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Preview: We're Talking Scorched Terroir for #winePW This Month

We are almost ready for our September #winePW event. I extended an invitation earlier this month because I'm hosting! This weekend, we're talking Scorched Terroir - and Volcanic Wines - for #WinePW. Join the party. Posts will go live on Saturday, September 12th and we'll be on Twitter that morning at 11:00am EST.

Volcan Poás, Costa Rica

Here's what the #winePW crew has in store for you...

  • Wendy at A Day in the Life on the Farm will share #WinePW presents Volcanic Wine and Food Pairings
  • Christy, the Culinary Diva, at Confessions of a Culinary Diva is posting Coastal Cuisine meets Volcanic Wines
  • David at Cooking Chat paired Volcanic Cab, Potatoes and Beef
  • Here at Culinary Adventure with Camilla you'll find Wines from Scorched Terroir Around the Globe
  • Sarah of Curious Cuisiniere wrote Australian Style Grilled Shrimp and Not So Volcanic Australian Wine
  • Lori at Dracaena Wines titled her post From the Ashes a Terroir Shall be Woken #WinePW
  • Martin at ENOFYLZ Wine Blog gives us A Taste of Greece: Grilled Branzini with Ladolemono Paired with Hatzidakis Assyrtiko
  • Jeff from foodwineclick thinks that Goats and Volcanoes are an Earthly Match
  • Erin at Platings and Pairings whipped up some Pork Chops with Cherry Sauce
  • Nancy at Pull that Cork made some Arancini Paired with Etna Rosso for #winePW
  • Michelle at Rockin Red Blog is writing about Volcanic Wine: Erupting with Flavor
  • Jade at Tasting Pour will share State Soil, Stoller Wine, and a Secret Recipe? #winepw
  • Jennifer at Vino Travels went with a Sicilian volcanic wine pairing: Pasta Alla Norma with Nerello Mascalese

If you are a blogger and would like to join the event, there's still time. Just emailed me with your title and I'll get you added. constantmotioncamilla[at]gmail[dot]com. The more, the merrier!


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