Wine Bearer

(619)282-7233 7918 El Cajon Blvd. Ste N 358
La Mesa, CA 91941
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Wine Bearer is a wine holder for travel, providing bottle protection for fine wine. This wine storage accessory can be purchased at local wine tasting rooms, wineries and online at WineBearer.net.

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  • Barefoot Cellars Bubbly Rose' Cuvee Champagne NV

    Snoothrank:

    I bought the version that is white zin champagne on the label and I assume this is the standard-bearer for that style in the house. Anyway, just grabbed it thinking there's half a bottle left over and it will go with casual dinner of grilled pastrami and cabbage club sandwiches and a cheese plate. It wasn't the perfect pairing going into the g... Read More

    Wine review by allthingsforless


  • Pinot noir has become the great alternative. When you don’t want to give another big red wine as a gift it opens up a world of possibilities. Immediately appreciated by name alone, Pinot seems to have developed a certain cachet as the thinking man’s red wine, though there is little evidence to support that. Perhaps it comes from the history that... Read More

    From the article Pinot Noir


  • Jennifer, I think that you prefer a stylistically different wine than the standard bearer butter bomb that has come to be known as Cali Chard. Look for unoaked Chardonnay to begin with because that will give you more of what you are looking for. Malolactic fermentation is common with almost all Charonnays and most reds as well. There tends to be... Read More

    Forum post in the topic I'm Liking Napa Chardonnays


  • I am pretty much prejudiced towards red wines.  However, that does not mean that I drink them exclusively.  I do drink quite a bit of white wine.  Probably, because, like most Americans my age, we are encouraged to bias out protein input away from red meats.  The good news for me is that I do love seafood and chicken.  So, that is really not a s... Read More

    Forum post in the topic I'm Liking Napa Chardonnays


  • Tablas Creek Vineyard Esprit de Beaucastel Blanc 2010

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    Definitely a standard bearer for New World Rhone-style whites. This wine shows tropical fruits, pickled ginger, green tea and five spice plus a great undertone of minerality I often miss in California whites. Read More

    Wine review by Matthew Hugh Walker


  • When you think of New Zealand Syrah is probably not the first wine that jumps to mind, and that is not surprising. What is surprising is how Syrah, particularly in the northern Hawkes Bay region, is emerging as a wine that producers would like to have you think of first.This wine region, pretty much defined by the Gimblett Gravels, is home to Ne... Read More

    From the article New Zealand Syrah


  • Crosby Roamann Out On a Limb Sauvignon Blanc 2009

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    medium body for sav blanc. Grapefruit with a touch of apple lasting into a long finish. age has done well for this napa wine. Adds character to what would be a great sav blanc standard bearer at a younger age. Read More

    Wine review by jshimkin


  • Santa Margherita is the standard-bearer for Pinot Grigio. America’s most popular imported restaurant wine for 16 years running, Santa Margherita Pinot Grigio has been a great success story since it was first introduced to the US market by Tony Terlato in 1979.The northern Italian winery was originally founded in 1935 by Count Gaetano Marzotto Jr... Read More

    From the article Santa Margherita


  • Super expensive, yet again. Some think that the en primeur campaign is now being played out in more dynamic economies like China and Brazil, but the way things are going, it looks increasingly like a speculative bubble, with chateaux releasing less wine at higher prices - feeding a speculative frenzy. It would be better to not bother in most cas... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Bordeaux 2010 EP


  • Hi, As the title says I'm new. I don't know a lot about wine...yet.  So here;s my first question: Is it true that it's not worth it to buy a wine over 25$ (I'm a student)? Maybe as you progress, the "rules" change a little, but for a beginner, how much would you recommend I spend on wine? Usually I'm getting into the habit of spending 30-35$ per... Read More

    Forum post in the topic I'm new!


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