IFWTWA wishes to congratulate the 2022 Photography Contest winners. There were 119 entries, 109 from IFWTWA members and ten from non-members. In this post, we share every winning image and the story behind each photo. The 2022 Photography Contest consisted of seven categories: Food, Nature, Wine & Spirits, Night, Portrait, Urban Landscape, and Landscape. Best
New Mexican wine and grape growing started long before the first plantings were seen in California. Almost 400 years ago, circa 1629, the first grapevines planted were along the Rio Grande River by Monks, who brought vines from Spain. One might say the birth of American viticulture started in New Mexico. One long-standing winery in
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In December, Illinois culminated its bicentennial celebration, and what better way to partake in this event than to visit Springfield, Illinois, and the land of Lincoln. History abounds in Springfield. Located in central Illinois, Springfield was first settled around the time Illinois achieved statehood in 1818. Originally called Calhoun, Springfield became the third state capital
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Join food, wine and travel writer Cori Solomon as she heads to the Valle de Uco wine region of Argentina and visits Bodegas Salentein winery.