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  • Colorado

    "Rocky Mountain HIGH"! Colorado’s grape-growing regions are among the highest in the world – from...

  • Bulgaria

      The history of wine-making in the country of Bulgaria began at least 3000 years ago with t...

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  • L.J. & S.L. Rhodes

    Orchard Valley Farms was established in 1976 as a grower-supplier for wholesale fruit packinghous...

  • The Winery at Holy Cross Abbey

    Several years ago, some simple Benedictine Fathers had a dream… a dream of a fine winery located...

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    Augustina's Winery is one of the older Colorado wineries now dotting Colorado's Front Range. Lice...

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    Located in the Grand Valley, Hermosa Vineyards is dedicated to hand crafting the finest wine fro...

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    At Carlson Vineyards, wine is not treated as the nectar of snobs. All it takes is one step into t...

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  • The Domaine de Montille is one of those wineries whose wines tend to polarize people. Their wines make no concessions to the immediately drinkable, lush, and rich wines that are favored by many critics these days. Instead the de Montilles continue to make wines that speak of their place and season.  Traditions begun by the father, Hubert de Mont... Read More

    From the article Domaine de Montille


  • Simon Hoggart reviewed Roger Scruton's book I Drink Therefore I am: A Philospher's Guide in The Spectator (not WS). He had this to say: "How do you use words to evoke a flavour, an aroma, an evanescent scent? Do you simply say 'this is delicious, you should try it'? Or do you try to find the words? Sometimes the effect can be banal and even hila... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Using Words to Evoke Flavour


  • Giuseppe Rinaldi Barolo Brunate le Coste 1996

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    Light to medium red with slight bricking. Great maturing nebbiolo nose of plum, orange zest, anise, black pepper and a bit of animal fur. Sour cherries with rose petal, minerals and tobacco box on the palate. Firm structure with a great tannic to acid balance. This wine certainly has a future ahead of it. Read More

    Wine review by Eric Guido


  • Numanthia 2006

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    The Spaniards of the region call it Tinta de Toro (Tempranillo). Hailing from Valdefinas, in the Toro region of Spain this wine has full, muscular body and a viscosity that complements its creamy texture. Dark purple rose in color and weaving aromas of black currants, violets, licorice and caramel. The bouquet blends into a palate of plums and d... Read More

    Wine review by vigna uva vino


  • The end of another year is upon us. I’m guessing many New Year’s eve plans are in the process of being made, and remade, and remade yet again. I learned long ago that the best plans for New Year’s eve was to have no plan. Keep your expectations low and you’re bound to exceed them! Freixenet seems to have discovered my secret. Their tagline this ... Read More

    From the article Freixenet - Unplan the Moment


  • I have started to drink red wine... Is there such a thing as a sweet red wine? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Is there a such thing as a...


  • My last email had me in Montepulciano, enjoying the wine, and the view. It really is a wonderful view, high above the rolling fog with other hilltop villages in the distance. Enchanting. Unfortunately the time comes when one must leave Montepulciano on high, and continue on one’s way. Which in my case lead to additional wineries, and a drive thr... Read More

    From the article Italy in Nine Parts- Umbria and Montefalco


  • If you didnt know before you will know now, I am Canadian and I have a lot of pride in being Canadian. Canada is known for a lot of things, hockey, snow and actors that people think are American. But, lets face it wine is not one of them. Okay, we are known for ice wines but, in the wine world, that is being a one trick pony. I recently was ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Niagara Peninsula Tasting ...


  • Coattails Pinot Noir Horsetail Cuvee 2007

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    black tea, clove, and rose essence describe the aromatic profile of this wine. On the palate it has layered flavors and pure elegance. Read More

    Wine review by Beaune1111


  • We've traveled many times to the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia on the west coast of Canada to tour wineries there .... the scenery is awesome, the wineries plentiful & varied. Although I can't make a personal recommendation regarding the Eastern part of Canada, Ontario is quickly become world renowned for its' wineries, too. Read More

    Forum post in the topic Travel to Canadian Wineries


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