The Wine Crush

562-438-9463 3131 East Broadway
Long Beach, CA 90803
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The Wine Crush invites you to enjoy the winery experience right in your own backyard. Located in the heart of Long Beach, you are no longer hours, but only minutes, away from sharing and enjoying in the discovery of great wines. Our selection of wines focuses on quality fine wines from every region in the world. With the same love for wine, we are determined to provide you both a place to find that next great bottle of wine as well as a place to enjoy it. Modeled after numerous wineries from Santa Ynez to Paso Robles to Napa Valley, our tasting room is designed to bring the winery experience to you. Combined with our spacious outdoor garden, The Wine Crush gives you an indoor/outdoor tasting experience only found on your trips up and down the California coast. Joining us for a tasting is a truly fabulous experience for all wine lovers. What better way to learn what wines you truly love than to sample them for yourself. At every wine tasting you will have the opportunity to taste a minimum of 5 wines Read more »

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  • The Jeff Hill story is something, isn't it?  InVino has been selling the wine via their flash site/email list, and I've seen it at the discounter.  You can't sell it in Europe at all (I think the article explains it) and, after reading all that, why would you trust that what's in the bottle is anything but Central Valley bulk juice of who knows ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Who Monitors Labels?


  • Lassen was pretty covered in snow and clouds kept hitting the tops of it, so I presume it got more.  Temps in the morning at 4500 feet were 40-ish, days got warmer, but as you went up the difference was noticeable.  There wasn't much more than patchy stuff in the passes at 5000+, but that was near the roads and with presumably less shade cover t... Read More

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  • This morning I was pontificating in the coffee shop about wine bottle labeling.  My buddy, being the the ex-lawyer type, asked a lawyer question.  Who monitors this stuff?I then realized that I had never heard of anybody (OK, I'm talking domestically, here.) being accused of say:Labeling a bottle as "Cabernet Sauvignon" and, then, being caught f... Read More

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  • To press or not to press? That is NOT the question. Rarely does anything in winemaking have an absolute however pressing is one of the few. Grapes must be pressed at some point in the process to release the juice or wine. However, even though grapes must eventually be pressed, it is the when, how and how much that are open to interpretation. Wha... Read More

    From the article Pressing Issues: Exploring a Small Portion of the Maze of Winemaking Decisions


  • As per your OP's title, JD, next a look at CA. From the Wine Institute:"Chardonnay, with 95,000 acres, is the wine type variety with the most acreage planted in California."Cabernet Sauvignon was the second most planted winegrape in California with 76,800 total acres."The red wine category for the second year in recent history edged out white wi... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Cabernet v. Pinot and most...


  • Trying to recall a conversation we had a little while ago on this subject.Whats the most widely planted (acreage) and produced (bottles) red grape in CA, U.S., and worldwide?I seem to recall a Snooth article mentioning Grenache as the most widely planted red grape worldwide, but that was some years ago. I'm assuming it's Chardonnay for white? Read More

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  • One of our charming new posters, cysurvivor, was fishing for recommendations here for a visit over MLK weekend.  Since we're all pretty free with our half-baked ideas and opinions, we had plenty of ideas for him, didn't we?  Since Mauritson kept showing up on the list, it looked like it would make the final cut, so I went on private messaging an... Read More

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  • Here's the funny thing:  For just a minute, Napa Ridge Cab was made from grapes from Napa Valley.  So that added to the confusion.  Franzia sometimes bought up labels that had some history or a reputation.  (His company is called Bronco, because the Franzia name was bought by Coca Cola and sold to The Wine Group.  So there's lots of history and ... Read More

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  • Good distinction. If someone else pours, I may drink a lot of stuff I wouldn't buy myself. I'm not talking about price either, just the quality of what's in the glass.A lot of what comes out of Bordeaux is fine, but more isn't. Not the classified growths, but there are hundreds of producers who are putting things into bottles that should never b... Read More

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  • “When was the land first used to grow grapes?” This is a common question addressed to New World wine regions. The United States, in all of her blushing youth, wears a thirty year-old vineyard plot like a badge of honor. But to ask the same question in Italy’s Franciacorta wine region would be absurd. Grape growing has been a part of life in the ... Read More

    From the article Northern Italy's Big Little Secret Wine Region Is Making History


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