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  • This past December saw the passing of Lebanese winemaker and beloved industry voice Serge Hochar, a man whose passion for wine put Lebanese vino on the map. Yesterday, Kansas City Star contributor Doug Frost, a Master Sommelier and Master of Wine, offered a few lessons he  learned from the life of the Lebanese Master whose enthusiasm and knowled... Read More

    From the article KC Star Story Reflects on Lessons Learned From Late Lebanese Wine Legend


  • Montalcino is a beautiful medieval hilltop village just 40 miles south of Siena, on the ancient roadway to Rome. It is dominated by a castle, called La Fortezza, which doubles as an enoteca and wine shop. La Fortezza offers most of the wines of the zone, plus older vintages, as well as honey, olive oil, jams and the like. It also offers a breath... Read More

    From the article Time In a Bottle: 2010 Brunello di Montalcino


  • America's Dust Bowl apparently has more to offer than wheat, corn and wholesome values. A team of filmmakers from Iowa have launched a crowdsourcing campaign to complete a documentary called “Wine Diamonds: Uncorking America's Heartland,” a film which explores the rise of the wine industry in the Midwest.  “They call the kind of wine grapes grow... Read More

    From the article Indie Wine Documentary Follows Rise of Vino in Unlikely Place


  • The third time wasn't the charm for red wine at the Great Northwest Wine Competition.  The third-annual even took place recently at the Columbia Gorge Hotel in Hood River, Oregon. The competition, according to Tacoma's The News Tribune, drew 1,214 entries. This year was the first time a red wine didn't win the competition's Best of Show award.  ... Read More

    From the article Pink Power: Rose Takes Crown at Wine Competition


  • This past month the Indian Wine Academy published a brief history of the country's modern wine industry, one that encompasses a mere 15 years.  Writer Subhash Arora penned the story for India's food and wine magazine UpperCrust. His history concluded with a synopsis of the country's wine industry.  “The wine drinking culture is on the increase, ... Read More

    From the article Indian Wine School Reviews 15 Years of Country's Vino History


  • Nice description Vino. I'll get around to drinking some whites later this year.Finishing up this Lirac tonight. Not as good as the Jean Marie, but still fruity and fun. Fairly bold and jammy. Mostly plum and ripe blackberry, raspberry and currants. Some spice, but I have trouble deciphering the oak in a lot of the wine I drink. I know it's there... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Whatcha drinking tonight?


  • This past weekend artisan-winemaking movement Garagiste, the French word for “renegade small-lot winemakers”, held its third-annual Southern Exposure festival in Santa Ynez Valley, Calif. According to the event's website, more than 200 winemakers were on hand and free tastings abounded.  In advance of the festival, Santa Barbara Independent repo... Read More

    From the article Indie Winemakers Gather for Meeting of the (Divergent) Minds


  • Nobody likes getting shorted on their next glass of chard. This past Friday, FOX News reporter Stephanie Miskew reviewed the finer points of the wine pour, exploring the various categories of wine and corresponding rules for how much wine should be dropped into your cup. “Is there such thing as a standard pour of wine at a restaurant?” Miskew as... Read More

    From the article FOX News Offers Poor Man's Guide to Proper Pours


  • Nobody wants that Super Tuscan to shatter at 30,000 feet.  This past week travel experts Fodor's gave wine drinkers helpful tips for storing and shipping their wine while traveling, offering relief to those who fork over a small fortune to bring home European classics.  “As your luggage is handled by various people and jostled on planes and conv... Read More

    From the article Flying High: Travel Site Gives Tips on How to Pack Your Wine While Traveling


  • I'm on a big Sangiovese binge right now! Here is an incredible Chianti Classico from Costco (yes, Costco) that clocks in at 7 bucks.  This is from Cafaggio and spends 24 months in 2nd use French Oak and another 5 months in bottle before release.  Where else are you going to find that kind of quality for less than 10 dollars?  How about less than... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Whatcha drinking tonight?


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