A founder of VINEA
, the Walla Walla Valley's sustainable viticulture organization, McKibben has been widely recognized for his service to the industry in both Washington and Oregon.
Its point of origin matches the location of an ancient depot where every dangerous industrial, chemical and radioactive waste ever produced on Vinea
was once stockpiled.
(1960): "asemenea iudeului smintit" ("like a furious/crazed
| N is for nachos Vinea
, in the Albert Dock, used to be all about the wine, which isn't a bad thing, but then they added a menu of dishes to eat while you drink.
stemware combines classic shapes with form and function and highlights the sensorial perception of each vine varietal, luigibormioli.co
At the New York Tabletop Market, Luigi Bormioli introduced two new lines, Birrateque and Vinea
, glassware for specific beer styles and wine varietals, respectively.
Ambrosia's fourth wine class of the year features seven wines from Tuscany and Piedmont, among them 2012 Friscobaldi Vermentino; 2011 Falchini Vinea
Doni Vernaccia di San Gimignano; 2008 Cannalicchio Brunello di Montalcino; 2011 Tenuta San Guido Guidoalberto; 2009 Brezza Barolo; and 2009 Nozzole Chianti Classico Riserva.
299: 'Gervase [of Canterbury] saw himself as writing for his own monastic family rather than presenting the past to the public at large.' Two recent papers are relevant here: SigbjOrn SOnnesyn, 'Monastic Life as a Matrix of Meaning', in The Writing of History in Scandinavia and its European Context, 1000-1225: Essays in Memory of Karsten Friis-Jensen, eds Thomas Heeboll-Holm, Mia Munster-Swendsen, and Sigbjorn Sonnesyn (PIMS/Durham, forthcoming 2014); and Sigbjorn Sonnesyn, 'In vinea
Sorech laborare: The Cultivation of Unity in Twelfth-Century Monastic Historiography', Anglo-Norman Studies (forthcoming).
This principle has been observed by earlier translators like Ion Vinea
, Leon Levitchi, Dan Dutescu, Petre Solomon and others.