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Glen Ellen

(800) 258-9866 / (925) 456-2505 Concannon Vineyard/4590 Tesla Road
Livermore, CA 94550
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Glen Ellen is a wine produced by Concannon Wines, named for the wine-centric town in the Sonoma Valley. These are classic examples of California mainstays, and are available in large and small format bottles. 

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  • I used the La Crema Sonoma Coast Pinot from the prior weeks VT in my Crab Cioppino Sauce along with a Chardonnay of the same pedigree. Seemed like a good use for them as neither were in my wheelhouse. Read More

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  • Thought I should post a picture of both the La Crema Pinot Noir and one of my new Riedel Vivant Pinot Noir glasses  Read More

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  • Well, the baked ham, sweet potatoes, and snow peas were wonderful. Before we ate, I opened both the   2001 Schmitt Sohne Michelsberg Spatlese and the 2010 La Crema Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir and gave my wife and son a chance to taste each and pick the one they preferred to accompany their meal. They both choose the Spatlese, leaving the nearly full... Read More

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  • NDDAVE,When you say ham, all I can think is pinot!  But being a finicky grape, I cannot just randomly recommend pinot noir because so many, especially those distributed, are done horribly wrong.  Riesling is a good recommendation.  Alsace Riesling tends to be a bit more dry (less sugar) than German Rieslings.  Since she tends toward sweeter wine... Read More

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  • Richard & NG,I took both the advice both of you offered and bought a Riesling and a Pinot Noir. Always one to hedge my bets. I'll let my wife sample both and choose the one that appeals to her and I will have the opportunity to try a PN that should be a good test for that grape. The German wine was a 2011 Schmitt Sohne Piersporter Michelsberg Sp... Read More

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  • I have to admit, Dave, that more than once, I have been the cranky customer checking into the Hampton Inn after a day of being abused by imperial airport functionaries, sitting in an airline steerage seat next to the guy who is sneezing and coughing throughout a four-hour flight, schlepping my bag to the rental car lot and finding that my "no sm... Read More

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  • According to The Everything Guide to Wine there are wineries in all 50 states. That shouldn't surprise me since Anchorage AK has a more moderate climate than Bismarck if I remember my geography lessons.  Read More

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  • NDDave, thread drift is inevitable here.  It's a miracle when it stays in the realm of wine.  (Search "sharks" or "surf" for just a few examples.)If she likes sweet, then an auslese or even spatlese riesling could work.  Even some of the really good producers are in the area of $20-25.  Willi Schafer gets a lot of love from JD and is a restauran... Read More

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  • Thanks for the suggestion Richard. I did the alert because it was more of a thread high jacking than drift but with the people who we're posting on this thread all being people whose posts I have read. As well as people whose opinion I respect I hoped to get away with a quick request for suggestions. Not sure if we can make the trip this year. I... Read More

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  • Mark, Enjoyed your recounting your experience at the motel. My wife retired from working at the hospital this year and decided to work part-time to supplement her retirement and support her hobby (she loves to visit casinos.) She is working the front desk at the local Hampton Inn and is amazed at how different the attidude is for some of her cus... Read More

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