General Tips for Your New Garden

Want to start gardening but don’t know where to start? Well, gardening is not that tough as it seems to be. Even experienced gardeners make mistakes, so don’t worry as well as leave the second thought and start gardening!

Here are some essential tips which will motive you and give some easy tricks to start gardening successfully.

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Choose Perfect Plants as per the Soil

Don’t forget to check your soil type before buying any plant. Check whether its clay, heavy or sandy and pick the right plants.

Allow Spacing

You may get very excited about gardening and get very tempted to buy as many plants as you can, but do not do this! Buy as many plants as you can, but keep in mind about all the spacing. After buying, always put them by maintaining a particular space between them. There are chances that they won’t survive, but if they survive, they need space. There are many chances of survival, so keep a certain distance between them. They will regularly need water and fertilizers. Before buying any lawn fertilizers, always check lawn fertilizer reviews to make the right choice. Avoid crowding in your garden and give enough space for proper growth and prevention of disease.

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Soccer Team Banners That Will Bring Life to the Soccer Field

Have you ever been to a soccer game where there are no sport banners, flags or even pennants? Well if you haven’t, it’s like going to a birthday party without a birthday cake. Soccer team banners is what makes the soccer field more livelier and colourful aside from the cheers of the crowd, it gives the game a real sporty ambiance and going to soccer game without any of those feels so incomplete.

Soccer Team Banners

Not a lot of game fans realised that even if you lose all your voice shouting and cheering for your team, coming to the game with soccer team banners will make the game more exciting and inspiring to the team. They will draw their inspiration and confidence from the soccer team banners that you proudly wave in the field. Once a player saw their name on the soccer team banners they will immediately feel confident and it is a good way to boost their morale. (more…)

Wineries for 2016

Telaya Wine Co.
2015 Viognier
Drink through 2018
200 cases, 13.7% alcohol
Bouquet of honeysuckle, pear, and a hint of citrus. Smooth transition from mid palate to finish that builds with lingering minerality and slight creaminess. The perfect wine to enjoy on the deck after a long hot summer day.
​APPELLATION: Columbia Valley, WA – Boushey Vineyards
COMPOSITION: 90% Viognier 10% Marsanne
BARREL AGED: 8 months in neutral French oak

2013 Turas Red Wine Blend
Drink in 2018
​Gold- Cascadia Wine Competition
275 cases, 14.0% alcohol
Turas is our flagship blend, predominatley composed of Syrah; this year it also has Malbec and Petit Verdot blended in. Deep and rich in color, Turas has a nose of leather and spice with a medium body and crisp finish. This old world-style wine has a spicy character and will age well.
APPELLATION: Snake River Valley
COMPOSITION: Syrah 55%, Petit Verdot 27%, Malbec 18%
BARREL AGED: 20 months in new and used French oak

Vizcaya Winery
2011 Tempranillo
2015 Idaho Wine Competition Double Gold/Best of Class winner. Tempranillo is a medium-bodied Spanish red varietal that has pomegranate, cherry, and raspberry aromas. It has flavors of plum and spice. The finish is smooth with solid tannins. Tempranillo pairs well with all kinds of foods.

2012 Cabernet Sauvignon
Cabernet Sauvignon is a genetic cross between Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc. It is full-bodied with black currant, coffee and dark chocolate flavors. The finish is long and smooth. Cabernet pairs good with foods high in fat and savory flavors.

2013 Pinot Gris
Pinot Gris has similar DNA to Pinot Noir and is thought to be its genetic off-spring. The berries are red, but it is a white wine. It is light bodied with pear and melon flavors. The finish is smooth and crisp. Pinot Gris pairs great with lighter flavors, vegetables, and seafood.

2014 Pinot Gris
Also from our Windy Ridge Estate vineyard, this Pinot Gris is has a full lush flavor laden with apple and pear. It pairs well with poultry and pork.

Indian Creek Winery

Cellar 616
2011 Petit Verdot
The petit verdot has a delicate red clarity with subtle aromas of leather and cedar followed by bright flavors of berry, plum and cherry while finishing with a hint of vanilla and new oak. Serve the wine at 55 degrees.

2011 Meritage
This clairet style Meritage has an equal blend of the Noble varietals (Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot). The light garnet red appearance encompasses deep earthy aromas of leather and cedar. On the palate, the taste has smooth red fruits (raspberries and strawberries) with an undertone of Bing Cherries finishing with hints of pepper, spice and aged American oak. (more…)