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  • Sangiovese

    Prounounced “San-joh-vay-say,” this Italian wine varietal is Tuscany’s #1 red wine grape. It’s the pistol of Central ...

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  • 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


  • Single vineyard Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir are the order of the day at Willamette Valley’s acclaimed WillaKenzie Estate. Erik joined the Willakenzie team earlier this year to head up winemaking operations. Enjoy these excerpts from my conversation with Erik.MA: Tell me a little bit about your winemaking history. How did you become a winemaker?  E... Read More

    From the article Ask the Winemaker: Erik Kramer


  • Cool bump OT. Somehow I missed this thread before. Some of the best Syrah I've had comes from Austria, Hungary, and the colder places in CA. And of course I love Halcon. Even Pic St Loup, when you get the wines directly off the Mediterranean coast, very much like the far west of Sonoma. Too bad they didn't plant Syrah all over Burgundy - can you... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Focusing on Cool Climate Syrah


  • No doubt when Spanish conquistador Pedro Gutierrez de Valdivia founded the city of Santiago in 1541, he was not thinking of viticulture. However, today the Maipo and Colchagua Valleys produce some of the finest Bordeaux influenced wines in the world. Chile gained its independence from Spain in the early 1800’s, by mid-century the Chilean economy... Read More

    From the article This premium Cabernet category should be on your radar


  • Esteemed wine critics like Robert Parker and Antonio Galloni employ gender-positive terms in their tasting notes without compunction. Masculine wines are commonly associated with structure and power, while feminine wines can be perceived as delicate and thin. Speaking about a trip to the Bandol region in the Financial Times, wine writer Jancis R... Read More

    From the article Does your wine have a gender?


  • Favourite Daughter has set a Spanish theme for her 21stDoes anyone have a view of the perfect Sangria recipe Read More

    Forum post in the topic Sangria


  • Provence is one of the oldest wine producing regions in the world. While Provençale rosé may be a popular trend, production of wine in Provence is not. Wines of Provence has done a wonderful job marketing the Provençale rosé as more than just a wine, it is a lifestyle. It is the South of France in a glass; crisp, refreshing, perfect for sunny da... Read More

    From the article A different way to think about pink wine


  • So what wine or other special beverage are you having tonight to celebrate the coming year?  We have a nice 2010 Barnett wine open right now, serving this with a grilled steak shortly.  Later tonight I'll open up a sparkling wine to ring in the New Year. Read More

    Forum post in the topic New Year's Eve (2016) and New...


  • Banyuls Vignerons Catalans NV

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    I bought this bottle of wine from the website www.bidforwine.co.uk/auctions/show/68532. Banyuls is an appellation created in 1936, although viticulture in the area goes back to at least the Romans, for red and white fortified wines from around the Mediterranean seaside town of that name between Perpignan and the Spanish border.This is the same a... Read More

    Wine review by duncan 906


  • Yeah! It is oyster season in my town. Pick a peck in about 30 min. Best oysters in the world. No bias, no kidding. Wine = anything that is white, dry, French, and Loire or Champagne with an exceptional Chardonnay or Chablis admitted, meeting of course the French criteria. Notice the "spikes".  You will never see those on a restaurant oyster. The... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Oysters


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