Beach Wines

850-235-1013 2606 Magnolia Point Circle
Panama City Beach, FL 32408
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  • A Bordeaux blend with lamb chops sounds awesome, to me, RBA."Something with chocolate all over it" sounds like Mrs. EMarks minimum requirement for dessert.I'm going to a Mormon wedding this afternoon.  Yes, niece has completed her studies at BYU and is picking up her MRS degree, tonight.  So, I get to:Drive down to Newport Beach and try to find ... Read More

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  • Following suit with the rest of the wine world – and certainly not wanting to leave enthusiastic summertime quaffers with a parched palate this July and August – the Wall Street Journal wine expert Will Lyons gave his readers a dozen wines you can't do without as the mercury rises.And perhaps the most striking aspect of Lyons article is that the... Read More

    From the article WSJ Releases List of 12 Must-Try Summer Wines


  • This is one of the few events that we open up to the public. 7 couples will watch a chef make 4 courses right in front of them, while talking them through his cooking process while sommelier Michael Bryan educates this intimate crowd on the wines specially chosen for this meal. The ticket price is per couple and is all inclusive: wine, food, tax... Read More

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  • Okay, I get to take two quick trips this month.  First, we go to San Luis Obispo, Pismo Beach, and Cambria (more or less in that order).  We have one night in Pismo Beach that we can go out for dinner, and we can do a very limited amount of wine tasting because we will have the kids.  So, where do we have dinner in Pismo?  If we eat out in Cambr... Read More

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  • Tend to like mahi mahi better than bluefish, Greg, though will put up with the latter when have to.  ;-)I was turned off them for a bit after that summer into autumn as I cooked so many of them every which way. My mahi-mahi terrine with pistachios was a hit, though, and I've since recovered appetite for them.So your friend does handlining? Relat... Read More

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  • Why champagne and not a Cali sparkler?  Well, because those are big label wines in wide distribution ordered by people who" love wine" but cannot be bothered to learn anything about it.  Specifically, they like a certain kind of wine that is advertised in golf magazines, airline in-flight magazines, and the Wall Street Journal. Whether they are ... Read More

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  • Lists are always fun.I guess Wine & Spirits Magazine publishes an annual restaurant report.  I do not have a subscription, and, so, I have not seen the entire report.  However, here is a link to the Top 10 Restaurant Wines from their April 2015 issue.  The top 10 are: Jordan Vineyard and WineryStag's Leap Wine CellarsSonoma-Cutrer VineyardsDuckh... Read More

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  • Had the pleasure to taste with GregT in San Diego yesterday evening. I had the idea to pair up Greg and a friend from the Netherlands who was in San Diego for a convention, due to their interest in Tokaj, and it seemed to work well, everyone having a good time.Lessons Learned: Harslevelu is good stuff, and probably my new favorite white wine gra... Read More

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  • The opportunity to invest in wine before it enters the bottle is a special one, especially when it comes to Bordeaux. En Primeur is a long and storied tradition of the Old World. It also has been adopted in New World regions such as California and Australia. Tasting young barrel samples two years prior to a vintage’s release is a palate-twisting... Read More

    From the article Investing in Bordeaux 2014


  • Okay, I relate to passing on the Virginia swill, having been pretty unimpressed the last time I was there.  But the "sand on my own beach" line sounds more and more provincial to my ear.  After all, the reference points for those wines are somewhere else, except Zinfandel.  Not like we're drinking Mission or Catawba here. North America has no na... Read More

    Forum post in the topic vintage wine


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