(aka. Elbing, Monbaden)

How low this once mighty grape has fallen! There was a time when Burger produced more wine in California than any other single variety. In fact, Burger produced more wine in the Golden State than all other white varieties combined. However, Burger has plunged from its perch as the most planted vinifera variety in the pre-varietal revolution days. Today, it's a non-contender. Originally, Burger’s capability to produce generous yields and its tolerance for hot and dry conditions gave it a niche in California’s San Joaquin Valley. Its Central Valley plantings still play an important role in the jug wine and cooler market. Recent DNA investigations at UC Davis have revealed Burger to be the offspring of the Cognac grapes Ugni Blanc and Folle Blanc. This shouldn’t be such a shock, considering its geographic origins in the Charentes department of France.

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  • Get ready for a wine-and-milk shakedown. Earlier this month restaurant ... ... chain Red Robin Gourmet Burgers released a series of new menu items which included the Divalicious Red Wine Shake, “a delectable combination of Little Black Dress Divalicious red wine, Pinnacle whipped vodka, raspberry pureé and creamy vanilla soft serve,” the comp... Read More

    From the article Red Robin's New "Dessert Wine": The Boozy Red Shake

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  • The status of South African wine in the USA is lamentable. Even in New York ... ... Cluver – Andries Burger Raats Family – Bruwer Raats and Gavin Bruwer SlabbertSadie Family – Eben Sadie Not to categorically exclude, well, categories, I admit two merit special notice. The first is white blends. These are highly atypical blends that often incl... Read More

    From the article Innovation Sweeping South Africa: Get Thirsty!

  • As you may know I love Zinfandel. I think it’s the greatest domestic wine ... ... Would show better with a burger. 84pts 2010 Joel Gott Zinfandel California 14.4% $15 Spicy with a candied note of green herb and sweet american oak notes on the nose along with some hickory smoky, ginger and light notes of jammy black cherry fruit. A bit lacking i... Read More

    From the article Value Zinfandel $15 and Under

  • Red Diamond Red Diamond Temperamental NV


    I've always loved Red Diamond Cabernet, an entrance Cabernet. This is a blend ... night's glass of red with a burger or steak/ri Read More

    Wine review by jamessulis

  • Danny Seo Philosophy Zinfandel Mendocino 2011


    Brushy, earthy, and somewhat leathery on the nose with savory aromas that are ... ... Would show better with a burger. 84p Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz

  • Schloss Proschwitz Elbling Trocken 2013


    Melon, cucumber, mineral, almond and ripe apricot fruit come together on the nose here. in the mouth this starts out as just a little sweet, though great acids quickly kick in and while this has huge richness in the mouth, the acids keep it tense and wonderfully vibrant. The flavors here are subtle, with hints of melon, minerals, and flowers on ... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz

  • Schloss Proschwitz Elbling Trocken 2013


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    Wine review by mark

  • The night before was a Paso Robes white rhone blend. Just awful.Tonight I took ... ... by any means, it was a burger wine and it did it's job admirably. For what it was. Not trying to compare it with something twice or three times the price. It fit the theme of the thread so I thought I`d follow up with some notes. Some people like blueberry ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Zinfandel for a Beginner

  • I haven't tasted a Zinfandel in many years and would like to get reacquainted.  Any recommendations for a fruit-forward one around $25? Read More

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