Across the River

(386)792-1813 8020 US Highway 129 S
Jasper, FL 32052-3948
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  • With yesterday’s official beginning of summer, it's about time I take a look at some of the white wines we will all be reaching for over the coming months. I know it’s really easy to harsh on Chardonnay, everyone does it -- yours truly included -- but the truth is there's plenty of excellent Chardonnay floating around in today’s market. Some of ... Read More

    From the article Summer Chardonnay Round-up


  • A bunch of people are gathering in San Francisco for a conference this week, and I was wondering what any of you think are the best food and wine experiences in the City right now. Am interested in bars, cafes, proper restaurants, what have you, and locations as far as southern Marin, the East Bay and Palo Alto or other spots on the southern pen... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Best food and wine...


  • Pinot Noir has a long history in Sonoma County. Long before Miles and Jack left much of Santa Barbara in shambles in the movie Sideways, growers in Sonoma were working out the wheres and whys of Pinot Noir. While being famously fickle, Pinot at the same time is very expressive, potentially developing a great array of signature notes that change... Read More

    From the article Sonoma Pinot Noir


  • In 1976, Amerine and Roessler ( U.C. Davis professors) counseled tasters to avoid emotive and anthropomorphic terms such big, finesse, hard, intense, lingering, long, rich, silky and velvety.  They stated in their book "Wines, Their Sensory Evaluation" that these words should be avoided at all costs.  How does the forum feel of this? Read More

    Forum post in the topic wine descriptors


  • Hi all!!!  I want to buy four bottles of red that are not blends.  I want a cab that is a classic cab.  One that really pops in mind when you think of what a classic one is.  I need the same for Merlot, Pinot and Syrah.  I am going to perform my own blind tasting experiment to really nail down the nuances of each and differences between them.Oh ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Suggestions for my wine...


  • Wesmar Zinfandel Russian River Valley 2006

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    I am writing to see if anyone has had the 2005 vintage of Wes Mar Russian river Zinfandel. Only 45 cases produced and I was lucky enough to come across a bottle. At 16.3 % it seems like a different style than the 14.5% 2006 and I am very hopeful at the contents, opening it this Friday and I will let you know what I think. If you have the 06' mos... Read More

    Wine review by WinelvrAK


  • In California’s hyper-competitive wine world, it pays to have an advantage. Some producers try and spread their weight around by offering every wine under the sun. Others focus on doing a few things and doing them well. Patz & Hall has chosen the latter route, and this group of four friends has found that crafting distinctive Chardonnay and, per... Read More

    From the article Patz and Hall Profile


  • Any fans of La Creme Chardonnay that discovered '08 is not that great? I found it at Costco for $11.99 (normally paying around $18/bottle, I think for '07 but wasn't paying attention). I figured that a good deal might have something to do with the season not being so great. The taste is less rich and buttery than I'm used to. The finish just doe... Read More

    Forum post in the topic 08 La Crema Chardonnay -...


  • Anderson ValleyOverviewTo the majority of the world the term California wine means Napa wine.  This is even true for the majority of the United States.  Napa has done a great job at promoting itself and California wine.  This promotion does come at some cost.  The cost is the fact that other smaller regions go largely unnoticed by the general wi... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Anderson Valley


  • I love traveling to where a wine is made. The chance to experience life among the vines -- smelling the earth, meeting the makers, and visiting the cellars -- can make for a thrilling few hours. Of course, the people I may be travelling with are usually bored to tears after the first visit, and by the third visit are preparing to mutiny! So wha... Read More

    From the article Visiting the Loire Valley


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