|Region:||France » Champagne|
|Varietal:||Chardonnay , Pinot Noir|
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Very strong in colour the Cuvée Rosée Diadema Selected burst with a lot of red fruit and freshness. This complex Rosé Champagne is a blend of 70% Pinot Noir and 30% Chardonnay. For having a huge round texture a part of the wines has been vinified in ...
|Region:||France » Burgundy » Beaujolais » Fleurie|
what a gem! finally I found a french burgundy under $15 that should be $100 a bottle or more. what a smooth, fruity ( but not overwhelming) clean and boisterous wine. I'm racing back to get the other bottles off the bargain rack and into my cellar.
|Region:||Italy » Tuscany|
Purezza is one of the prestigious red wines from the A Solatio winemaker in Tuscany. The name comes directly from the vinification method in the "purity" of Sangiovese grapes , produced in the extent of 50/70 quintals per hectare , which ensure high fi...
|Region:||USA » California » Sonoma County » Alexander Valley|
The Wine Spies Say: TOP SECRET ALERT: Today we are featuring another incredible value. Again, we we bring you a big, classic Cabernet Sauvignon that drinks like a way more expensive wine. Mission Codename: Agent White sees Red Operative: Agent White ...
|Winery:||Paso Robles Cellars|
|Region:||USA » California » San Luis Obispo County » Paso Robles|
Really I was joking when I told my girlfriend Susie the other night that I could get at least a hundred bucks for this wine on eBay. She looked at me wryly, "really?" and pop went the cork. I was cooking up some of the Halibut that Susie had caught las...
|Winery:||Château La Paws|
|Region:||USA » California|
Tried this wine recently and went back to buy a case. It was on sale at World Market (Cost Plus) for $6.99/bottle. My girlfriend and I are big Rhone wine fans, and this wine really hits the spot. Good finish. While lacking in terroir (it's not French ...
|Winery:||Quinta do Crasto|
|Region:||Portugal » Douro|
Aged in very light toast wood,100% new French, A bit spicy on the nose with a fair base of new French oak showing some toastiness in a nutty coffee bean kind of way along with , a bit of something herbal and smoky adding a bit of a wild note to the ...
|Region:||Italy » Piedmont|
100% Lampia clone from vines averaging 20 years old. 15 days maceration in tini, temperature controlled if needed, Aged 10 months in small, 3-5 HL, French oak barrels where Malolactic fermentation takes place. Aged an additional 20 months in botte. S...
|Region:||Australia » South Australia » Mclaren Vale|
|Varietal:||Grenache , Syrah , Mourvèdre|
Enjoyed this on 10 March, 2012. In cellar for 5 years. Raspberry and oaky vanilla on the nose. Taste develops into a real fruit bomb with red berries, leather and some sweetness to it (reminding of some amarones). A very lively wine despite its age. T...
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Sandra and I were invited to attend a special wine tasting event in Washington DC tonight - called, "GEMS on the Road". These were wine selections from twelve California wineries, with an emphasis on Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon varietals. It wasn't cheap mind you as you could select as much as you wished to consume. There were horderves... Read More
According to the Wine Institute, in 2015, eighty-three percent of wine from the United States was made from grapes grown in California. Clearly, the world wine stage has welcomed California bottles with opened arms. Wine lovers from around the world clamor for access to California wines. They journey to the state’s many celebrated regions with g... Read More
EMark, we must have been on the same wavelength last night as I opened a '15 Bedrock North Coast Syrah. Have a few of those Carlisles in the cellar and have been wondering if I should give one a go.The Bedrock was big boned with plenty of fruit and French oak to allow it to age for a decade or more but as a young wine was very enjoyable and a go... Read More
what a gem! finally I found a french burgundy under $15 that should be $100 a bottle or more. what a smooth, fruity ( but not overwhelming) clean and boisterous wine. I'm racing back to get the other bottles off the bargain rack and into my cellar. Read More
The Eagle Screams into Burgundy Screaming Eagle Owner Buys Majority Stake in Burgundy's Bonneau du MartrayLe Bault de la Morinière family sells after more than two centuries; owner of the Denver Nuggets and Los Angeles Rams buys his first winery outside U.S.By Bruce SandersonStan Kroenke, the American businessman who owns Screaming Eagle, Jonata... Read More
http://www.winespectator.com/webfeature/show/id/Gallo-Buys-Stagecoach-VineyardSaw this article interested on insights on Stagecoach and impact of Gall buying Read More
Despite my somewhat feeble attempts trying to find US wine in Australia is frustratingSo I think I would like to build a list of high Quality but not astronomic priced wines my American Snooth Colleagues would suggest I look out forBare in mind that if it is from a very small niche producer I would need to know how I can source it in AustraliaSo... Read More
With springtime upon us, wine enthusiasts around the world are looking to squeeze a French vineyard into their European holiday. “Is it possible to catch the spirit of Bordeaux in a couple of days?” With careful planning the answer’s “yes”. I accompanied twelve CEO’s on a corporate two day ‘jolly’, sorry ‘educational visit’ to the vineyards of... Read More
Welcome Cameron...what's a less popular French region you enjoy?Burgundy consumes most of my cellar space these days...particularly Chambolle and Meursault/Puligny these days, , but enjoy most of the villages and I admittedly should be reaching for more Volnay than I do. Read More
Hello wine lovers! My name is Cameron Price and I am an American living in Paris! I recently passed my WSET level 3 course with Merit and am working as a Sommelier at a large Boutique/Restaurant called LAVINIA in Paris. I am passionate in learning about wine and everything that is wine history but surtout I love drinking it! Though I am currentl... Read More