Virginia Wineworks & Michael Shaps Wines

1781 Harris Creek Way
Charlottesville, VA 22902
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  • ~ From Dave McIntire, Washington Post (a usual suspect... of which I'm a follower of course)...:"Wine: Michael Shaps, a Virginia-Burgundy blend"Choice quote:"The Michael Shaps Chardonnay may not age as well as his Shaps et Roucher-Sarrazin Meursault, but it can definitely resemble its French role model. Last year, at The Food section's "Judgme... Read More

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  • I am sure this will be a taboo subject, but with the economy the way it is, does anyone have suggestions on a good (read acceptable) box wine? I vacillate between reds and whites, but tend to shy away from really heavy reds as a "daily drink". I know it may be too much to ask (or for some to admit), but any suggestions would be appreciated.Mike Read More

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  • Click here for the whole article, but here's some choice quotes regarding the potential brilliance and disaster along the Atlantic coast:"This has been a strange year for vintners, both here in the East and on the West Coast."We remember a winter of record snows, but local winemakers recall a quick warm-up that brought summerlike temperatures i... Read More

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  • Although I have long considered Cabernet Franc my favorite red, I have been sadly disappointed with nearly every one I have tried this year...except one--Heron Hill's Ingle Vineyards 2006 Cabernet Franc (Finger Lakes) brought back my love of Cabernet Franc. It is a 2006, though and many other wineries are on their 2007 vintage for Cabernet Franc... Read More

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  • An interesting read regarding the oft-underestimated Virginia vino and some good stuff from Cali- against the French. Of course:http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/story/2009/08/18/ST2009081802401.htmlGlass ActsIn Our Wine Tasting, Virginia Shows It Can Compete With France and Napa ValleyBy Dave McIntyreSpecial to The Washington Post W... Read More

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  • Just some notes from "The Fair Commonwealth" and its growing reputation for making wicked-good vino.If, as a fan of Virginia wines, you've yet to pay a visit to Richard Leahy's "Wine Report"- you should:http://www.richardleahy.com/blog/In his latest entry, Riley discusses a visit from Michael Broadbent to Charlottesville, and his opinions of sev... Read More

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  • This thing followed a bottle of the 1985 Dominus- and did NOT fair badly, at ALL.Stopped us right in our tracks.!http://images.snooth.com/wine/c/d/b/wine_743059.jpeg!I dropped a review in there for it as well. If you're a Virginia red skeptic, you owe it to yourself to get your hands on some of this stuff. To me, at least, this is the kind of ... Read More

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