Three Olives


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Three Olives is a premium vodka launched in 1998 that is produced in England from local wheat. Apart from a their unflavored product, they are best known for their sometimes unusual flavor offerings. The original releases were Cherry and Grape, and expanded to Bubble, Chocolate, Cake, Rootbeer, Pomegranate, Triple Shot Esperesso and Dude (lemon and lime reminiscent of Mountain Dew soda) among many others. Their portfolio includes 17 flavors in all. 

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  • Corvina

    History of the grape: There are 6th century written documents by Cassiodoro, a magistrate of Visigoth King Theodorus,...

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

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

  • Arneis

    The first records of Arneis plantings in Piedmont go back to the 1400s in the Roero area. Today, many call Arneis the...

  • Concord

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  • Chardonnay

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

  • Syrah

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

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  • Good values in PN are hard to find, QuattroG.And OT has found another brilliant maker in those Wilde Farm wines, but that's not in my daily drinker range.So we've been drinking some of the bottles brought to us at Duck Taco Night (not the Throwdown, the annual affair).  Big surprise has been Maroon "Barrel Select" Napa Cab 2010.  I've been pitch... Read More

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  • Hi Jennifer,Thanks for the input.  At this point, we are still looking more to by unique and give people a reason to seek us out.  My guess is we would not graft more than enough for a ton of fruit/maybe 50 cases of wine.  I guess what I am confessing is that we are thinking more about being different and hopefully finding a variety that will th... Read More

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  • Hi, I'm Tom Vail.  With my wife Marion, we grow pinot noir and pinot gris in the Eola-Amity Hills AVA.  Our label is Calamity Hill Vineyard and Farm.  We produce fewer than 100 cases of pinot noir and 50 cases of pinot gris each vintage.  Our tasting room is only open Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends and this year on the weekend prior to Than... Read More

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  • Mr Prof and I went with another couple.  I’ve given our overall evaluation as a group which was pretty consistent.  I went with the idea of signing up for a wine club membership if I found one I liked, and I ended up picking two: Vina Robles and Dark Star.  I didn’t write up my specific tasting notes on each wine, because a) I’m still pretty ine... Read More

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  • This is always one of the most difficult things I have to do each year. Sit down and try to figure out who will Snooth’s Winery of the year be?I'm never going to please everybody, or most  of the people even, but I try and select someone, or some winery that does two things. The first is to produce wines that I really like. Ha! Sorry about that ... Read More

    From the article Winery of the Year 2013


  • I’ve already written up the Grenache based wines I tasted during my time in Santa Barbara, they can be found here: Grenache - The Next Pinot Noir?  so today I am focusing on most of the remaining wines that I tasted while in the region. I’ll save the few Pinots I Tasted for a Pinot round-up, which might surprise some folks. You see I went to San... Read More

    From the article The Wines of Santa Barbara


  • We're heading back to (my favorite wine region) Russian River the first weekend in October and are looking for advice on what to do and what to expect.  We've been to RRV several times but only during the off season.  Is there anything special we should do at this time of year, and conversely, is there anything we should avoid? Read More

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  • Blind tasting is the great equalizer. When you taste wines blind, you learn what you actually think of a wine, as opposed to what you expect to think. With this in mind, I assembled a set of eight wines to taste blind with one of my regular tasting groups. Having tasted some of the wines previously, I was going in with a bit of a stacked deck. I... Read More

    From the article Blind Tasting: 2009 California Cabernet


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  • Châteauneuf-du-Pape has been on fire lately. With spiraling prices and an explosion of points fueling that rise, it’s both hard to ignore Châteauneuf-du-Pape wines, and perhaps harder still to buy them. These wines were once the purview of all wine drinkers—slightly rustic at one time, exuberant bistro wines filled with rich fruit flavors in a s... Read More

    From the article 2010 Chateauneuf-du-Pape


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