The worlds of wine and money are colliding in Argentina’s famed Mendoza region. This past week, Bloomberg News bureau chief Dan Cancel explored the emergence of foreign investment in the region famous for its Malbec. Cancel, a financial writer, dove ...Read more »
Turns out Massachusetts Governor Duval Patrick's pen can absolve a multitude of mistakes. Earlier this month he signed a law which allows “farmer-wineries” to distribute their wine directly to restaurants and stores, according to a story by The Boston...Read more »
A legend in the Chicago wine scene is saying “So long” to its original location. BIN 36 moving from its location in Marina City to the neighborhood of West Loop. The change represents more than a new property – the restaurant's owner Dan Sachs is also...Read more »
At first glance, Australia and India may not seem to have anything in common. That’s where you might be surprised, wrote wine expert Dan Traucki in a post published by Indian Wine Academy this past Wednesday – wine just isn't one of them.Read more »
Hazed and confused, it is not. Yesterday Food Standards Australian New Zealand (FSNAZ) approved an application for the use of Proctase in winemaking, an enzyme which is used to “ensure haze free wine”, a press release from the Australian Wine Researc...Read more »
A record 130 representatives from Washington's restaurant and wine industries were nominated for awards at the Washington State Wine Awards Jan. 26-27 in Seattle. “The winners of the Washington State Wine Awards perform a vital role in shaping Washin...Read more »
There is a wolf in the Arkansas hen house and it looks strangely similar to the bear emblazoned on the California flag. According to an article published the last week of March by CBS' Sacramento affiliate, the state of Arkansas is threatening to ban...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 »
For all their history of gods and guzzlers, Greek wines have hardly reached divine heights. According to a recent post by the Indian Wine Academy, the wines of the land of Olympus may be headed to a better future, finally bringing the wines up to the ...Read more »
One French varietal is working its way to the front of the pack after spending many years in the rear ranks of Washington's wine armada, according to a story this past week by Washington-based newspaper The Bellingham Herald.Read more »
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History of the grape: Muscat existed as far back as the Ancient Greeks. It spread throughout the world as empires gre...
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Fun report, AOA. Thanks.It's interesting that you raised the question ... ... and found this article by Dan Berger at Napa Valley Register.com. According to this, obviously authorative, article the commemorative 50 year anniversary bottling of Gallo Hearty Burgundy consisted of 37% Zinfandel29% Petit Verdot25% Petite Sirah9% Alicante Bousch Read More
I tend to like a substantial bottle. Nice and heavy. I like natural ... was Rockfish Zinfandel by Dan Cederquist. The picture below is not my own, but found by for me by google. I think I still have the bottle at home somewhere. It is heavy and nicely engraved with the images and logo while the rest is printed. &nbs Read More
Well done...I've been meaning to try Dan Petroski's Massican label for a while now...think I will the next time we get a cooler vintage, though that may take some years. Read More
Last night got a little serious. Started out simply enough with just me and a ... any from there. I believe Dan Petroski of Massican may even be blending ribolla with chard in one of his whites. Amusing to consider parallels between chardonnayish grapes grown under the sun of northern Italy and those under the sun north of San Francisco Bay.Wo... Read More
Incidentally, some interesting commentary by John Gilman in response to a ... ... ... Ausone on WineBerserkers.Dan Rosenheck wrote:[list][*]1959 Château Ausone - France, Bordeaux, Libournais, St. Émilion Grand Cru (4/21/2014)I'm not really sure where to go from here with this producer though: the estate famously was asleep at the wheel from th... Read More
I'm just glad Vancouver isn't going to be in the final. The place ... place ... I don't know Dan, but I lived very close by for the last six years until I bought a new place last summer a couple minutes drive from downtown. Fifteen years ago! Well, it's time for a return visit. You'd be well looked after. Salt Spring Island and all the man... Read More
Darrin, I've never visited Salt Spring, but (it's a music link, too!) ... really interesting man named Dan Pedrick. I had forgotten his name until just now when I looked up the website--isn't that wonderful? If you know Dan, skip ahead, but for the rest of you, he's a real Renaissance man and back in the early '70s he played in a band called... Read More
There were actually 2 winemakers - Larry S and Peter Rosback and I don't know what Dan Rinke's involvement is. There was a brett thread on WS a couple years ago and Paul Romero chimed in and there were a couple thread where Adam Lee and some others chimed in but I don't remember when those occured. I've never heard of a single winemaker who was ... Read More
This last post kept me up all night, I know that there has to be something ... the frequency Dan" Close but I don't think that's it so I put it through my left handed atomic powered Cracker Jack decoder ring and this is what came out: "llew eht ni llef ymmiT" I can almost reach out and touch the answer, EMark, stop me if I start getting too clo... Read More
LOL!! Laugh away, emark! What a blast from the past. Don't get me started on a Dan Aykroyd speel! Yep, it was quite the blood bath, from a foil at that!BTW, I have had my share of kitchen cuts and burns.... immediate care for slicing mushrooms, ER for red pepper, and numerous burns over the years. LOL! Read More
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