Serves: 4-6 Pairing: Anderra Cabernet Sauvignon These can also be cooked on a grill for a more summery preparation.Read more »
Wines aren't the only thing going green. Nomacorc, an intentional company who produces closures (a word for non-cork corks), wraps up 2014 having scored contracts with wineries in Italy and the United States for their Select Bio Series of closures.Read more »
In a country known for its white wines, one New Zealand college is trying to grow against the grain. A team of professors and students from Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT) are in the first round of harvesting several new cold-weathe...Read more »
Oooh-klahoma – where the wine comes sweeping down the plain. The amber waves of grain in the nation's bread basket may not exactly give way to the emerald vines of wine, but the Sooner State's doorsteps may soon see an influx of shipping boxes burstin...Read more »
Mildew and black rot, your days may be numbered. Dennis Gray, a developmental biologist from the University of Florida and its Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, is using a technique called “precision breeding” to create vines which are res...Read more »
Winemakers are buying into the idea of biodynamic winemaking. This past week United Kingdom-based newspaper The Independent examined the emergence of biodynamic winemaking in the global market, offering the reader background about the movement, its te...Read more »
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Varietals Produced in Grain View all
Avilleran, Champagne Piacentina, Ermitage, Grosse Roussette, Hermitage, Johannisberg, Marsan Belyi, Marsanne Blanche,...
History of the grape: Muscat existed as far back as the Ancient Greeks. It spread throughout the world as empires gre...
Gewürztraminer’s direct and obvious charm has made it a popular varietal in almost every corner of the wine world. Ex...
“King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...
“With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...
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Burgundy is also a color. I think I had it in my Crayola set when I was ... was ... Burgundy Passe-Tout-Grain is a blend of PN and Gamay. So to be Burgundy it doesn't have to be all PN, but still--that's kind of nuts. It's totally clear these guys are whack jobs. I wouldn't even have bought a bottle based on what you said. But glad the go... Read More
I have just finished a northern Rhone but a white one,a Saint-Peray Grain de Silex from Guy Farge.It was certainly an interesting bottle and I have written up a review on here for it Read More
Almost a good enough excuse for a visit to NYC... Cornelissen's Best ... ... suspense and perhaps a grain of trepidation. We first tasted the wines about eight years ago – they were vinous rollercoasters with thrilling loops and dives, but sometimes a bit turbid and showing some volatility. Frank always does things his own way: organic viticu... Read More
Diego, we have also been enjoying Rose this summer, more so than usual thanks ... but still retaining the fine grain tannin, nice acidity and a fairly long finis Read More
I have recently seen some general headlines in the "health news" ... ... you have to take it for a grain of salt, as it will all prolly be reversed in another study later. But this is what gave me the willies as far as big brother and socialized health care:Controlling the affordability of alcohol through pricing and taxation can reduce the vo... Read More
But as Emark said, there are good and mediocre white Burgundies. Moreover, ... ... ... all the above with a grain of salt - it's the way things are "supposed" to be done but it's been shown repeatedly that many experts can't tell one from another if they think they're drinking a label that's been faked. The trial that just concluded was about... Read More
Welcome Mommycat.It seems like you've been reading a bit, but unfortunately ... world wines, take it with a grain of salt. Everyone who drinks a few glasses of wine seems to want to start blogging these days and most of them have no idea what they're talking about.Oh, and just so you know, they don't call it "adding sugar". They call it chaptal... Read More
this wine is a very easy going rose, the alcohol is well integrated and has notes of raspberry and sour cherry. you can also have aromas of orange blosson. the acidity is really good and is a perfect rose for the summer very descomplicated.cheers!! Read More
http://www.bigtablefarm.com/A new find for me today, and one that seems to ... ... ... bouquet of flint, cereal grain, vanilla, lemon and green pear. The palate of this wine is rich with cider apples, bees wax, nougat, yeast and yet the perfectly balanced acids will carry this wine into the future. Clare has already consumed more than her fair... Read More
I just posted almost all of my notes on Bordeaux 2012 on my ... ... me. A very fine tannic grain, with sheer elegance. We also enjoyed a truly excellent Chateau Leoville Barton 1999, which I have always enjoyed and it is still on its early peak: nuanced, subtle, deep enough, and certainly with a smooth and lingering finish. From a double... Read More
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