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    3 readers - By Vinsanity

    Q & É: Yes Way Rosé

    When I first discovered Erica and Nikki of  Yes Way Rosé  I felt like I had met my soul sisters, my kindred spirits…my  wine wives. Their approach to wine and life is very much like mine...

    3 readers - By Whitney A.

    Another Great Red Wine From Exciting Portugal

    - Prazo de Roriz 2011, Douro Cost: $15-17 What: Portugal has to be one of the most exciting wine regions in the world right now. After 300 years of producing port, the most famous fortified dessert wine in the world, Portugal has begun producing world-class table wines...

    By BottleReport.com

    Veraison in full swing, Napa ranked among the “10 best small cities in America”

    The dog days of summer are nearly upon us and things are getting busier here in the Napa Valley. Here are a few interesting tidbits that have recently come across our desk. How to See Napa in One Day The folks at Forbes Travel Guide created an insane one-day Napa itine...

    8 readers - By The Cork Board

    Frederick Stevenson Dry Red 2014

    This is a blend of 45% cinsault, 45% syrah and then some grenache and mourvedre off the Ahrens vineyard in the Barossa Valley. All fermented separately, then blended for final bott...

    3 readers - By The Wine Front

    Mitolo G.A.M Shiraz 2005

    I don't usually taste wine that reminds me of jam; it's not a positive in my mind, it means things have been taken too far and left for too long. Of course they can charm and disarm, but ultimately I (now) want something less sweet and attention seeking. Polished, bold and...

    4 readers - By Wino sapien

    Force Majeure: Moving to Woodinville

    I’m looking forward to seeing the new place from Force Majeure which should be opening up sometime in August. They are moving from their space in Totem Lake to Woodinville. Susan told me a bit of what prompted the move and sent me a few pictures of how the space looks right n...

    1 readers - By Woodinville Wine Update

    New Segment on the Radio Show

    We’re excited to tell you about a new segment debuting on Northwest Wine Night Radio this fall! Ever wanted a cocktail, and wish you had the recipe for something quick? Beginning in September, listen for the “Drink of the Week” — a fun, two minute feature on every show th...

    By Northwest Wine Night.com

    William Knuttel Russian River Valley Chardonnay 2011

    This new Chairman’s Selection comes from the Napa-based winemaker whose eponymous labels have been in moderate PLCB rotation in recent times. Despite frequency, I admittedly knew little about the man. Honestly, I still don’t. Knuttel’s resume – what I can make of it – is th...

    6 readers - By Pennsylvania Vine Company

    Wineries of Oregon – with White Rose Estate

    Greg Sanders will easily admit that he doesn’t do anything half-way. So, it didn’t seem like a big deal for him to venture to Oregon to buy some land. But then the land turned into a vineyard, and the vineyard into an Estate…and then there was the winery. Planted in 198...

    11 readers - By GrapeRadio

    Mittelbach Tegernseerhof Rose 2013 wine review by (PB)

    This Austrian Rose has a bright bouquet of subdued red melon and a touch of raspberry. Palate--Nice burst of "zippy" fruit with a peachy aftertaste and a palate cleansing acidity. I paid $15 for this Austrian rose which is about $5 too much. It's a decent, lively rose tha...

    2 readers - By The Wine Cask Blog

    2007 Vignobles Brunier Domaine de Vieux Télégraphe La...

    2007 Vignobles Brunier Domaine de Vieux Télégraphe La Crau Keeping an eye on my Vieux Télégraphe, in case anyone tries to steal it. Red cherries, currants, black cherries, and blackberry preserves. Green and black olives. Black pepper dusting. Anise and bay leaf. Dry eart...

    5 readers - By Shiba Sommelier

    Flora Springs Sauvignon Blanc Is Complex, Elegant

    - Flora Springs Soliloquy Sauvignon Blanc 2013, Oakville Cost: $24-26 What: I picked out this beautiful Sauvignon Blanc for dinner last week, not realizing it was bringing a story arc full circle. I reviewed the Flora Springs Chardonnay back in February after the ic...

    7 readers - By BottleReport.com
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