My Village Wines

425-485-3536 14545 148th Ave Ne #201
Woodinville, WA 98072
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Our Vision DeLaVin began as a bit of a revelation among friends sharing a bottle of wine. That wine was not a product as much as a way to enhance an experience. Whether it be adding the perfect complement to a special meal, marking a personally significant event in some ones life, or sharing some precious and ever rarer time with friends and loved ones, wine set off the moment. It is this idea that infuses everything we do at DeLaVin. While no website can completely capture the experience of tasting wine in an Italian vineyard, we have done our best to capture and enhance your enjoyment of wine. Our Goals Make the wine buying experience as special as the enjoyment of wine. Make wine buying simple. This is why we created My Concierge, we thought of the many reasons you purchase wine, and developed a services section that will make it easy to find just the right one for the occassion. Provide an extensive selection of wines from around the world, hand chosen by our buyers. Utilize our close personal Read more »

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  • Cameron Hughes Lot #160Lodi, California, is in the San Joaquin Valley. The San Joaquin Valley is known for its jug wines. I will never drink a San Joaquin Valley wine. It’s a good thing I didn’t know that Lodi was in the SJ Valley when I drank that Cameron Hughes Lot #160 in March of 2010. Otherwise, I may not have known how truly delicious it w... Read More

    From the article Lost in Lodi - My Wine Epiphany


  • Drive four hours north and west of Manhattan and you’ll find yourself in the Finger Lakes region of New York State. Named so because from the air or on a map, the lakes appear as an ancient handprint set in rocky earth by a giant, ancient deity.Wineries, eateries, distilleries and natural beauty abound on the shores of the lakes and on the wide,... Read More

    From the article Road Trip to the Finger Lakes


  • I'm in Oregon and I'm trying to get into Pinot Noir, since it's all anyone ever drinks here - but I need a good summer-weight Pinot to try for my wine blog: http://gradsguidetowine.blogspot.comWhat are your favorite Pinot Noirs (specifically in Oregon but elsewhere will do too!)? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Your favorite Pinot Noir


  • Hi, I want to buy some wine online. Please tell me What I Should Know About Buying Wine Online? Read More

    Forum post in the topic What I Should Know About...


  • Don’t believe the hype.So a quick review of first to market reports in the US and Europe on 2007 Barolo reveals gems such as “buy them fast as they will never be this cheap,” a litany of “best wine ever from this producer”-type comments, more gushing prose than a freshman English class and point scores that are through the roof.Thanks to the gre... Read More

    From the article 2007 Barolo


  • An interesting column by Jim Lefevere at Forbes on the forces changing or representing change in the wine market in the US these days. He lists 10 dynamics:Wine consumption growthGeneration YThe global wine villageDrink localTechnology changes everythingBrand vs. landAlternative packagingResidual sugarWine and healthPolitics and the lawwith two ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Are these the 10 locomotive...


  • I am fortunate to have spent more than my fair share of time tasting and talking with Luca Currado. Luca, as you may know, is the winemaker of Piedmont’s Vietti winery. This is a family affair: Luca’s mother, Luciana, is the Vietti in the family, having married Alfredo Currado in 1952. I’m fortunate to have met Alfredo and shared a glass with hi... Read More

    From the article Family-run Winemaking in Piedmont


  • Given NG's Californian Cab thread had morphed into Sparkling, I thought maybe that was a good time to take the interesting stuff coming through into its own thread.So I will start with the following sort of recapChampagne is a bit like Burgundy in that it is clearly leading the world in its reputation even in the places where local equivalents a... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Champagne and all things...


  •  Since my queries of this nature are usually tagged to the end of other threads of (somehwat) related nature, I figured I'd start one of dedicated nature. Hopefully this'll be easier to search for and come back to in the future.Here's an offer from HDH in Chicago. Anything of particular interest, or of relatively good pricing? This offer seems a... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wines from Oz on offer in the...


  • Burgundy is one of the most difficult wine-producing regions to wrap one’s head around. It has been called a minefield for decades and continues to present real challenges to the aspiring wine connoisseur for multiple reasons.Chief among them are the dual problems, from the perspective of someone who wants to learn about the region, of terribly ... Read More

    From the article 20 New Wines from Burgundy


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