High Altitude

Named for the French vine clone, 337 is an alluring expression of a California Cabernet Sauvignon with prestigious Bordeaux roots. The vines are cultivated for structure and flavor in the cobblestones of Lodi’s Clay Station Vineyard, making a wine that exudes seductive aromas of mocha and dark cherry. An explosion of spice and blackberry unwinds to a velvety, luscious finish. – Description from mriskic

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  • Syrah

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

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

  • Viognier

    This special and exciting variety has taken California by storm and young plantings already demonstrate that this out...

  • Malbec

    History of the grape: Some believe Malbec is named after a Hungarian peasant who spread plantings along the French co...

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  • According to the Wine Institute, in 2015, over 28 million liters of wine were produced by sixty-three different wine producing countries. There are currently 195 different countries in our world, which means that a whopping one third of it is making wine. We all cherish our favorite wine countries and regions, but there are some superior wine pr... Read More

    From the article This Wine Region is Trending


  • Decero Malbec Remolinos Vineyard Agrelo, Mendoza 2013

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    Muddy Cranberry coloration, with blackness against light and reddish hues ... ... a very unique Malbec from a high altitude. Will enjoy agai Read More

    Wine review by chriscage


  • This past spring I took my very first wine trip to Germany. Before I took off, I did a bit of homework: There are thirteen regions (Anbaugebiete) for quality wine production in Germany: Ahr, Baden, Franconia, Hessische Bergstrasse, Mittelrhein, Mosel, Nahe, Palatinate, Rheingau, Rheinhessen, Saale-Unstrut, Saxony, and Württemberg. Most of these ... Read More

    From the article The Many Sides of German Wine


  • Navarra may sound like a dusty desert town in an old Western movie but in ... ... ... Ebro; the region’s high altitude mountainous sites inject a nice crack of acidity into these black fruit beauties. Pamplona may be better known for its annual festival when crazy death-wish youths run rampaging bulls through the narrow streets, but this busy ... Read More

    From the article Spanish Wines in the Shadows


  • According to the Wine Institute, in 2015, eighty-three percent of wine from the United States was made from grapes grown in California. Clearly, the world wine stage has welcomed California bottles with opened arms. Wine lovers from around the world clamor for access to California wines. They journey to the state’s many celebrated regions with g... Read More

    From the article Wine in America, Beyond California


  • We talked a lot about sparkling wine last week but there is a lot more to cover. The biggest sparkling wine day of the year, New Year's Eve, is right around the corner. Opening a bottle of sparkling wine can be a a dangerous proposition. There's a lot of pressure under that cork! But if you like living on the edge, there's always sabrage. When t... Read More

    From the article Holiday Sparkling Bottle Pick List


  • Pretty good price allowing a bigger plunge--get this Gattinara while the getting's good. Seems Cauble is of similar opinion about that region's wines to a statement I made over in WB...  ;-) Nervi, Podere dei Ginepri, Nebbiolo, “Spanna,” Coste della Sesia DOC Piedmont, Italy 2012 Many of you are familiar with Nebbiolo’s uncanny ability to captur... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What have you bought lately?


  • Happy Garnacha Day! This day celebrates Garnacha and honors its freedom from ... ... temperature shifts at high altitudes (300 to 1000 meters above sea level) combine with rich soils to create age-worthy Garnacha masterpieces. The soils contain a fair amount of gypsum, a deposit which dates back to the Archean Eon (4000–2500 million years ago... Read More

    From the article The Map to Great Garnacha, Part Three


  • Easy-going Garnacha is 2016’s red wine grape du jour. While savvy growers ... are planted with Garnacha. High altitude (800 to 900 meters), steady winds, hilly terrain and ancient vines create thick-skinned grapes and wines that can age to perfection. The landscape undulates, which makes hand-harvesting a necessity. Weaving tractors through the... Read More

    From the article Where to Find Great Garnacha, Part Two


  • I run the wine courses at one of the UK’s leading culinary academies and ... are ‘superior’ high altitude vineyards. If the Superiore vineyard lies within the Classico area, the wine logically takes on the title Soave Superiore Classico D.O.C.G …. are you still with me? The Italians don’t make it easy but as you can guess, the better the viney... Read More

    From the article Underrated Wines: Soave


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