terroir360

Location: Redmond, WA

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  • Feb 6, 2013 at 1:45pm
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    Added Feb 6, 2013 at 1:45pm
    A partnership in Paso Robles between the Perrin family from the legendary Chateauneuf du Pape winery Chateau Beaucastel and the founder of wine importer Vineyard Brands, Robert Haas, Tablas Creek is creating Rhone-style wines in California by way of France. They even brought the vines over from France and, after a three-year waiting and testing period, were allowed to begin planting the vineyard. When you taste a wine like the Patlin Rouge, you can understand how it was worth the wait. A blend of Syrah, Grenache, Mourvedre, and Counoise from Tablas Creek’s vineyards and other prestigious sites in Paso Robles, it’s a red wine with a little meatiness lended by the Mourvedre to go along with the bright Grenache and brooding Syrah. Certainly a wine that would pair nicely with lamb, as well as being from a winery with a great story behind it.

  • Feb 5, 2013 at 2:49pm

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  • Feb 5, 2013 at 2:39pm
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    Added Feb 2, 2013 at 10:36pm
    The hot days and cool nights of the Columbia Valley produce grapes of exceptional flavor -- the hot days inspire the development of complex sugars while the cool nights yield crispness and acidity. Rated “Excellent/Exceptional” by the Washington Wine Report, this blend of 94% Chardonnay, 6% Orange Muscat, aged in a blend of new and used French oak, boasts crisp flavors of Granny Smith Apple and Bartlett Pears (also grown in the Columbia Valley). The low alcohol and high acidity make this a perfect wine to enjoy with seafood, pasta and chicken dishes. Founded in 2001 on the site of a former blacksmith’s shop, Forgeron (French for, yes, “blacksmith”) is the magical laboratory of Marie-Eve Gilla. Perhaps one of Washington’s most pedigreed winemakers, Gilla mixes parts of her early experience in the vineyards of Burgundy with over 22 years of expertise earned in Washington wineries such as Argyle, Covey Run, Gordon Brothers and Hogue Cellars. Gilla’s winemaking skills have earned her a bevy of positive press and make her a winemaker you can count on for consistency, quality, and always, a little bit of surprise.

  • Feb 4, 2013 at 6:28pm
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    terroir360's Review:
    Added Feb 4, 2013 at 6:28pm
    Tablas Creek Patelin Rouge 2010 A partnership in Paso Robles between the Perrin family from the legendary Chateauneuf du Pape winery Chateau Beaucastel and the founder of wine importer Vineyard Brands, Robert Haas, Tablas Creek is creating Rhone-style wines in California by way of France. They even brought the vines over from France and, after a three-year waiting and testing period, were allowed to begin planting the vineyard. When you taste a wine like the Patlin Rouge, you can understand how it was worth the wait. A blend of Syrah, Grenache, Mourvedre, and Counoise from Tablas Creek’s vineyards and other prestigious sites in Paso Robles, it’s a red wine with a little meatiness lended by the Mourvedre to go along with the bright Grenache and brooding Syrah. Certainly a wine that would pair nicely with lamb, as well as being from a winery with a great story behind it.

  • Feb 4, 2013 at 2:10pm
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    terroir360's Review:
    Added Feb 4, 2013 at 2:10pm
    Another impressive fruit-forward Rosé, the Barnard Griffin’s Sangiovese grapes produce amazing citrus and tart notes, slightly more fruity than you will encounter in the Apolloni, yet which remain delightfully enjoyable. But don’t take our word alone from those of us here at Terroir360: In addition to securing its seventh consecutive gold medal at the annual San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, the Barnard Griffin 2011 Rosé of Sangiovese was recently selected best Rosé for the second straight year! This Rosé also sells out quickly so be sure to cherish its complexity or, better yet, buy another bottle to share with your friends and family as you play host this summer. The Rosé of Sangiovese is best enjoyed while relaxing on your porch and taking in the sun’s warm rays on a hot afternoon. Cheers. Rob Griffin and Deborah Barnard founded their winery nearly thirty years ago in Richland, Washington, in the state’s south-central or “Tri Valley” region, as the locals refer to it. Barnard Griffin is located near the intersection of the Yakima, Snake, and Columbia rivers, which offer plenty of water for irrigation during the area’s surprisingly warm and arid summer season. The region’s unique soil composition and drastic diurnal temperature variations create a truly distinctive harvesting environment for the vineyards situated in Washington’s wine country, which has grown consistently since the 1970s and absolutely exploded in popularity during the last twenty years.

  • Feb 2, 2013 at 5:32pm
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    terroir360's Review:
    Added Jan 31, 2013 at 6:29pm
    Scoring an 85 point “Best Buy” from the Wine Enthusiast this easy-drinking wine originated at the Wahluke Slope in Central Washington state. One of the warmest grape-growing climates in the state it is best-known for producing the Syrah, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon that Washington earned its wine chops on. The 2009 vintage was a cool one, allowing the grapes to ripen slowly without high sugar levels, giving this wine hints of Honeycrisp apple and a balanced minerality. Pairing suggestions include artichoke and spinach dips, dishes with lots of butter and garlic, and light pastas. Founded in 2002 Bergevin Lane has become one of the larger wineries in Walla Walla, producing about 11,000 cases annually. Owners Annette Bergevin and Amber Lane bring the strengths of their business backgrounds to assist in crafting playful, yet complex, wines. Together with winemaker Dave Harvey, they produce wines which span the spectrum from well-priced “everyday drinkers” to sophisticated small-lot releases perfect for cellaring.

  • Feb 2, 2013 at 5:12pm

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    terroir360's Review:
    Added Feb 2, 2013 at 9:14pm
    This exceptional, and exceptionally priced, wine just received 92 points from the Wine Enthusiast Magazine (April 2013) making it one you’ll want to cellar up on. Aged in a twelve hectoliter oak tank handcrafted by a small cooperage in Burgundy, the fruit is held rather than overpowered. With 93% Chardonnay and 7% Maria Gomes -- a stunner of a grape -- this wine gives off notes of delicate florals and greenery and tastes of Granny Smith apple and sun-ripened pear. A touch of viscosity on the tongue and fine balance comes from aging the fruit on its lees. Drink with Seared scallops, fancy Grilled cheese & tomato soup, grilled vegetables and stone fruits, and, of course, friends. Foundry vineyards celebrates the art of the celebrated Walla Walla Foundry, which casts bronze pieces for world-renown artists ranging from Tom Otterness to Roy Lichtenstein, with the art of fine winemaking. Consulting winemaker Ali Mayfield left her job as a UPS truck driver to pursue her passion for winemaking and honed her craft at Long Shadows Vintners and Corliss Estates before joining Foundry Vineyards in 2010. If the scores from her inaugural vintage are any indication, she’s a winemaker you’ll want to add to your “watch” list.

    terroir360's Review:
    Added Feb 2, 2013 at 5:12pm
    This exceptional, and exceptionally priced, wine just received 92 points from the Wine Enthusiast making it one you’ll want to cellar up on. Aged in a twelve hectoliter oak tank handcrafted by a small cooperage in Burgundy, the fruit is held rather than overpowered. With 93% Chardonnay and 7% Maria Gomes -- a stunner of a grape -- this wine gives off notes of delicate florals and greenery and tastes of Granny Smith apple and sun-ripened pear. A touch of viscosity on the tongue and fine balance comes from aging the fruit on its lees. Drink with Seared scallops, fancy Grilled cheese & tomato soup, grilled vegetables and stone fruits, and, of course, friends. Foundry vineyards celebrates the art of the celebrated Walla Walla Foundry, which casts bronze pieces for world-renown artists ranging from Tom Otterness to Roy Lichtenstein, with the art of fine winemaking. Consulting winemaker Ali Mayfield left her job as a UPS truck driver to pursue her passion for winemaking and honed her craft at Long Shadows Vintners and Corliss Estates before joining Foundry Vineyards in 2010. If the scores from her inaugural vintage are any indication, she’s a winemaker you’ll want to add to your “watch” list.

  • Feb 1, 2013 at 5:45pm

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    terroir360's Review:
    Added Feb 1, 2013 at 5:45pm
    Sweet notes of apple and pear tease your nose and, coupled with lighter hints of jasmine, combine to make the perfect complement to a seafood feast of fresh fish and oysters. The mild acidity is enjoyable yet not overbearing. You will want to share with friends and family but will probably think twice before doing so with a limited release of; you may reserve this one for more special occasions. La Piuma Pecorino hails from the Abruzzo wine region of Italy, situated two hours east of Rome between the Adriatic Sea and the Maiella Mountains, where the vines enjoy a unique microclimate subject to varying temperatures featuring plenty of sunshine and rainfall. The region’s rich vinicultural history stretches back to the fourth or sixth century B.C.—depending on which story you hear—and, after a lengthy decline in production due to a thinning local population, the region has finally seen a dramatic resurgence over the last 40-50 years.

  • Feb 1, 2013 at 5:41pm

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    terroir360's Review:
    Added Feb 1, 2013 at 5:41pm
    Comprised of 100% Melon de Bourgogne, only the best cuvée is selected for their “Cuvée Prestige” varietal and Muscadet aficionados will immediately notice the difference. It maintains a slightly beady characteristic with some tiny bubbles, giving the mouth an added treat. Daffodils and wildflowers immediately tease the nose and draw you in; your first taste confirms the well-balanced combination of apple, lime and some river rock minerality that provides the wine’s dryness. It leaves the impression that there is just a bit more fruit to give, which the winemakers explain as its ability to be aged in your cellar for years to come—that is, if you have the patience. And, of course, Muscadet is renowned as one of the premier wines to be paired with local seafood, particularly oysters.

  • Feb 1, 2013 at 5:38pm

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    terroir360's Review:
    Added Feb 1, 2013 at 5:38pm
    How does a winemaker get his or her start? What sets them down the path towards this profession? We enjoy reading about the history of a place and its people provided by wineries, and Gouguenheim is no exception. As their website states, “Born in Argentina to French parents, [Winemaker] Patricio Gouguenheim's love for wine started at the age of 7 when he was given a little bit of wine (mixed with sparkling water!) with every meal. No doubt this was a catalyst for him entering the world of wine later on in life.” Patricio’s Reserve (Reserva) Malbec spends extra time in oak to produce a wine with even more richness and complexity. While Gouguenheim’s standard Malbec certainly isn’t a delicate red wine, the Reserve turns it up a notch or two. This is the bottle for red wine afficionados who crave power and substance, which the Gouguenheim delivers in abundance.

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