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    Drinking Tall, Blonde and American: Guinness Blonde American Lager

    18 Sep 2014 Comments Off Drinking Tall, Blonde and American: Guinness Blonde American Lager On their third try, Guinness brewmaster Joe Gruss says, they “got it right” and now Guinness is in production on the first in their Discovery Series: Guinness Blonde American Lager. “Blonde” because of the golden color from the Mt. Hood and their trademarked Mosaic malts.

    1 readers - By Becky Sue Epstein

    Three America Wine Auction Broadsides from the 1840s and 1850s.

    Three America Wine Auction Broadsides from the 1840s and 1850s. It was not until I began to correspond with Mannie Berk, proprietor of The Rare Wine Co., that I began to look at historic wine auction catalogs. Some of these catalogs are multi-page documents with a few hundred lots of wine. Others are simply single-sheet broadsides.

    3 readers - By Hogshead - A Wine Blog

    County Dry Riesling

    WHERE’S MY QUICHE?! Riesling is not touted as a big thing here in the County, but The Grange has produced a wonderful citrusy, razor edged edition ...

    1 readers - By Billy's Best Bottles

    NV Gosset Champagne Brut Excellence

    Posted on 18 September 2014. Wine Review: NV Gosset Champagne Brut Excellence Gosset Brut Excellenceis Champagne that is superior in almost every aspect. The wine is comprised of 36% Chardonnay, 45% Pinot Noir (all from Grand and Premier Cru vineyards) and 19% Pinot Meunier.

    1 readers - By Enobytes

    Relaxing at Rebstock

    Anyone out there 30 years old...planning to retire at 40...?Anyone out there 40 Years old...planning...?And so I could continue.At 68 I am working more than I ever was...the business is now more successful. There is an old music saying...if you pays your dues...you will get your rewards.My reward will be 10 days at the Rebstock...with good friend Karl and the team.Friday 29.08.

    1 readers - By Barry's Wine Notes & Memories

    NEWS FETCH – September 18, 2014

    NEWS FETCH – September 18, 2014 TOP NEWS HARVEST 2014/GLOBAL WINE SUPPLY CALIFORNIA BRIEFS DROUGHT/WATER PUBLIC COMPANIES INVESTING IN WINE, COLLECTING & AUCTIONS LEGAL MATTERS MARKETING & SALES SOCIAL MEDIA & TECH MANAGEMENT & EMPLOYMENT MEDIA MATTERS MATTERS OF TASTE WINE PEOPLE WINE EDUCATION WINE TOURIS ...

    1 readers - By Wine Industry Insight

    Beringer Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 mini review

    Beringer Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 mini review Dark in color with a nose of red berries. On the mid pallet the wine displays cherries to match the nose. This is a lovely deep rich cab with a medium length finish. But at $49.95 it ought to be.

    1 readers - By Canadian Wine Guy

    Season 4 Episode 02

    EPISODE 02: We certainly hope you’re ready for another fun ride! We’re not even two full episodes into our 4th season when the train jumps the tracks and remained derailed (in a fun way). Perhaps it’s the wine? We’re tasting Riesling tonight, and the two bottles are so good, we end up with a split panel. Oh yeah, Marina is at it again.

    1 readers - By Northwest Wine Night.com

    The Wine Industry’s New Financial Heavyweight Player

    The Granbury Backer: Wine’s New Heavyweight Player The backer behind the recent acquisitions of WineWare, eWinery Solutions and WineWeb is an über-savvy, successful, no-nonsense, straight-talking M&A and corporate turn-around player with a personal bankroll big enough to go eye-to-eye with Bill Foley.

    1 readers - By Wine Industry Insight

    A Toast to Mom

    Mom and her friend Sandy. October 2013 I lost my favorite fan last month. My Mom. That might explain why my postings have been light., please be patient with me during this time. Although my mom never said much or showed it, she followed my blog to keep up with me and was very proud. She would say "you never told me you were doing this, going here.

    1 readers - By Hudson Valley Wine Goddess

    Win a Cooking Lesson with Top Chef Canada and Wolf Blass Wine Tasting

    Sponsored Post Want to cook one-on-one with a Top Chef Canada and attend a wine tasting event with lots of terrific Australian wines to from Wolf Blass? You could win: Enter now! One winner from Ontario and one winner from Western Canada will get a celebrity chef experience with Top Chef Canada winner Matthew Stowe, consisting of a cooking lesson with Matthew and tickets to an exclusive Wolf Blas.

    1 readers - By Natalie MacLean

    What Message Is Your Old Blog/Site Sending?

    What Message Is Your Old Blog/Site Sending? The sale of eWinery Solutions was so NOT a surprise given the persistent coma of its website. Note April 28 as the most recent post. (Screen capture Sept. 18, 2014) Aging, derelict web sites most often mean that the owner doesn’t have the resources to keep it up to date, doesn’t care, or both. Those communicate a company under stress.

    1 readers - By Wine Industry Insight

    Galuval and Yann Chave from the North and the South

    Galuval and Yann Chave from the North and the South I always love trying wines from the Rhone. My first experience with the 2012 Domaine de Galuval, Cairanne, Cotes du Rhone Villages was very enjoyable. This combined effort with advisor Philippe Cambie has resulted in a wine full of outstanding components.

    1 readers - By Hogshead - A Wine Blog

    Berentzen Wild Cherry Liqueur: Play that funky music, German boys

    I'm typing this post from a lowball liquor and packaged food convention where I'm not really supposed to be ... it's a long story. At the next couch, two people are preparing a bid for industrial vacuum-packed rotisserie chicken. There are sooo many bottles of scary-looking hooch designed for 99-cent stores.

    1 readers - By The Gray Report