|Winery:||Wind Gap Wines|
|Region:||USA » California » Sonoma County » Sonoma Coast|
Wind Gap Wines
Opened to a closed nose but after just an hour it delivered an almost boysenberry nose mixed with charcoal and smoke. Extremely smooth in the mouth with abundant red and black berries, smoke, meat and juiciness balanced with just the right amount of ac...
|Winery:||Wind Gap Wines|
|Region:||USA » California » Sonoma County|
Light straw color and a touch cloudy (unfiltered unfined) citrus, apple and pear with great acidity, no oak - made in concrete tanks - light butter. Very refreshing, crisp and complex with nice body. Great with food or alone.
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“With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...
British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...
Trousseau Gris (Troo-so-gree) has a crisp, clean, flowery bouquet with flavors of fresh peaches, honeysuckle, pear, ...
You’re a member of the ‘Rhône Ranger’ band. Your groupies think you’re ‘hot’, even when you're boozy and "strung out"...
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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Levi Dalton has been busy tracking down the best wine directors and sommeliers of New York City. Today, he speaks with the master of one of the city’s finest and most renowned cellars: Patrick Cappiello, wine director of Gilt restaurant in New York’s Place Hotel. From what’s happening in the wine world to some of his favorite wines, Patrick lets... Read More
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Dmcker asked for a guided tour of the "True" Sonoma Coast wineries. That can be a handful since many wineries source fruit from the "True" but don't necessarily make their homes there. The tour could start in Freestone or Cazadero and end up on Howell Mountain in the Napa Valley. With that in mind I'll try to break the tour up into parts that c... Read More
I have had a general dislike for syrahs for several years now... they just seem too BIG for me, and my tastes have changed toward lighter-style wines. However I have discovered that there are some syrahs that I very much enjoy.. Recently, I was on my way up to Russian River. I stopped in at Taft Street Winery in Sebastopol, www.taftstreetwine... Read More
And they've produced a stream of nobrainers virtually every week. Want to ... A new breeze is blowing: wind Gap wines form Pax & Pam Mahle! Just one mention of Pax Mahle's wines, and the community of wine writers and self-described wine-geeks gets whipped into a frenzy. It's no surpise, really. Critics and collectors all had to have the ... Read More
Hello fellow "snoothers",My fiancee and I are getting married this May and we are looking to plan a small honeymoon like trip after the wedding to the Alexander/ Russian River Valley area and do some wine tastings. We are both graduating medical school and have tons of loans and no money. We are looking to have a good experience but try to stay ... Read More
I know we love all types of wine.. and it does depend upon the food pairing, but does anyone just have that favorite wine... the "go to" wine when you want something great?I'll tell you mine... 2008 Lioco Sonoma Coast pinot noir. I have tasted SO much pinot this year- even recently- that I really liked. I have even tasted extensively up in Wil... Read More
My Cali Wine Education is starting to take shape and I read with great interest the Cali Natives musings on what is good bad and indifferent about Cali Wines.I want to create an bit of a database of Cali Wines - but not all and sundry so I am asking for your top 3 as set out below, in choosing your top 3, I would value your assessment based on t... Read More
Yes, I am native SF bay area Californian... 2nd gen. Yes, I love and drink CA wines. Yes, I have started to go outside my comfort zone and drink wine from other regions, many of which I really like.However, my hands down fav. wines are California wines.. unless it is a grape done more commonly in another area and not CA- examples are Torrontes... Read More
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