(800)582-6668 Sokol Blosser Winery/5000 Sokol Blosser Lane
Dayton, OR 97114
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Evolution is not a winery, but a popular white wine blend produced by Sokol Blosser Vineyards outside of Dundee, Oregon. The wine, formerly known as Evolution No. 9, is made with 9 aromatic white grapes: Müller-Thurgau, Gewürztraminer, Riesling, Pinot Gris, Semillon, Muscat Canelli, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Sylvaner. The sustainable-practicing Sokol Blosser winery was founded by Oregon wine pioneers Susan Sokol Blosser and Bill Blosser in 1971. Evolution has been produced since the mid-late 1990s. 

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    The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...

  • Blaufränkisch

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  • Good going RBA, hopefully they work out well for you and you can track their evolution.If you're going to be that mobile, Monterey seems like the right choice. If you've never been to Ridge, then go for it. I can recall my first time going, though we lucked out and had their best rep at the tasting room go through their lineup for us and even po... Read More

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  • This past December saw the passing of Lebanese winemaker and beloved industry ... ... and people in malleable evolution. I hope that Serge can rest easy … known that he made a thousand disciples, each of us trying to remember to seek life in a glass of wine.” Photo Credit: Kitchen Gueril Read More

    From the article KC Star Story Reflects on Lessons Learned From Late Lebanese Wine Legend

  • Earlier this week South China Morning Post reporter Enoch Yiu talked with ... ... ... Yiu, he talked about the evolution of the Asian wine market. When Ritchie joined Sotheby's Hong Kong in 1990, China was non-existent player in the wine world. “Back then, China was not yet a market. The only wine auction was held in London, with the buyers ma... Read More

    From the article Sotheby's Boss: Chinese Market Reigns Supreme

  • Some of the Barolos have that profile as well.  I found it was common ... ... where it should be at in its evolution right now, I think, but I defer to Greg) then that's going to be pronounced because the fruit has stepped back, leaving the mineral flavors exposed.  I definitely found that some of the oldest Barolos (and Gattinaras and Barbare... Read More

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  • WB has a thread on this, why not us?Cracked my first one over the weekend, a Giorgio Pelissero Barbaresco Nubiola. While Pelissero has a couple more highly esteemed Barbaresco (Tulin, of which I have a few, and Venotu, of which I hope to get some), I enjoyed this wine, and picked the right time to open it as it was accessible enough for the casu... Read More

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  • Screw caps are catching on in some countries while others are slow to adapt the ... but creates others. And the evolution of the wine is different.” Photo Credit: Nicola Jones, Flickr Creative Commo Read More

    From the article Tightening the Screws: Some Countries More Comfortable With Twist-Top Than Others

  • Left this thread for dead for almost 6 months now, though rest assured I've ... be interesting to watch the evolution. There's good acidity, and some tannin structure, at least enough to age, but this also seems rather accessible for a young Burgund Read More

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  • Gearing up for a whirlwind tour of the who's who of Nebbiolo producers ... ... Barolo. Whether evolution or revolution, the dust won’t settle soon here. To understand where the region is today, shop for these stunning wines from some of today’s Ladies of the Langhe: Silvia Altare of Elio Altare – Barolo Ceretta Vigna Bricco 2010From 100% limes... Read More

    From the article A Cultural Shift in Italian Wine

  • Are you talking "De Evolution"?  Sounds like you guys are trying to get back to basics.  Will you be pulling your women by the hair into your caves?  Law?  What?  Me hunter/gatherer!  I get meat, cook on wood fire!  Read More

    Forum post in the topic Finally able to exhale (Some...

  • We finally got the news that we are approved for our planning permit.  Now comes the really trying part:  building permits, contractors' estimates, dislocation, refinancing, and dealing with the neighbor who tried to stop the project and who will harass the contractor.  But it's official:  I get a basement with room for a real cellar with temper... Read More

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