Dirt Work

Earlier this year, Owen and team received a huge helping hand from some friends and a Bobcat.  It has changed their lives, check it out!

Celebrating North Carolina Wine!

Amidst a busy month of state wine celebrations this month, is North Carolina Wine Month. Sticking with our theme for this year, we look at one of the lesser-known plantings in the state that helps define its regional identity: the Scuppernong grape. Did you know that the oldest…

It’s IL Wine Month! (Part 2)

As we continue to celebrate IL Wine Month here at Cameron Hughes, we are going to brush over some of the more off the beaten path red wines you’ll find in the state’s wine programs. Earlier this month we covered the odd whites from the state, you can…

It’s Mississippi Wine Month!

Home to the Muscadine grape! Well, not officially, but by nature of the beast. What do we mean by that? Well, there’s only three vineyards in the state with listed websites (might be some mom & pop backwoods ops that don’t make the mainstream, but we can’t speak…

It’s International Grenache Day!

Well, here we are, Happy International Grenache Day! It’s still surprises us how many folks will tell us they’ve never had a Grenache before.  True story, happens all the time.  But when we inquire if they’ve ever had Provençal Rosé, or a Cotes du Rhone, they reply “yes”…

It’s IL Wine Month! (Part 1)

While we’ve covered different aspects of IL wine in the past couple of years, this year we’re going to focus on a few of the varietal wines you’ll find in IL that may not be too familiar, unless you’re a local. Much of the US wine game is…