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From A to Z, Wine Alphabet

From A to Z, Wine Alphabet

by guest blogger, Elmer Prather
My latest puzzle is a one-thousand-piece titled Wine Alphabet by Cobble Hill Puzzles. To spend time putting a puzzle together, I must have a connection to it. My connection to this puzzle is my love of good wines. The puzzle displays twenty-six different wines from all over the world. When I finished putting the puzzle together, I took a closer look at it and saw that several bottles of wine had Cobble Hill Winery on the label. This got my curiosity up. If Cobble Hill Puzzles had a sister business producing fine wines, I wanted to know about it. I checked this out and found that a group of artistic personnel at Cobble Hill Puzzles had created the labels on the wine bottles, making this a truly original puzzle. I did some more checking and found there is in fact a Cobble Hill Winery in England. There is no connection to the two businesses except that they both have Cobble Hill in their names.
wine bottles on three shelves as a puzzle

I loved this puzzle because of the beautiful display of wine bottles and their colorful labels that draws you into the puzzle. According to the labeling, the bottles displayed in this puzzle contain many different varieties of wine. The wooden display that these wine bottles are showcased in is highlighted with a unique touch in that it has the Cobble Hill Winery branded into the left middle shelf. The twenty-six bottles displayed in the puzzle are each labeled with an alphabet letter as such, the first bottle has an A to Z on it and the last bottle has a Z as part of its labeling.

I live in the northern part of Georgia, in the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains. This area is known for growing over five hundred unique varieties of indigenous grapes. While many of them are not well-known outside of the region, their flavor is rich and unique thanks to the exceptional climate and geographical conditions of the area. These are world class grapes used to produce world class wines.

The community I live in has almost one thousand homes. This large community has many clubs like the Cooking Club, the Garden Club, the Photography Club, the Book Club and my favorite, the Wine Club. The Wine Club hosts wine tastings periodically at the clubhouse and charters a bus several times each year to take Wine Club members to visit different wineries in North Georgia to enjoy wine tastings. There are over twenty-five wineries in this area and most of them hosts wine tasting events several times during the year.

Some of the wineries in North Georgia are small and some are large operations. The largest winery in Georgia is Chateau Elan where they bottle 120,000 bottles of wine annually. With all this wine available they can host many wine tastings, which they do on a regular basis.

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