Cabernet Sauvignon - Page 17

  • Woodinville Wineries: Mark Ryan Winery

    This post is a continuation of the series about my winery experiences in Woodinville, Washington. Here are the links for the first four posts – introduction, Elevation Cellars, Pondera Winery, Des Voigne Cellars, Sparkman Cellars, Guardian Cellars and Fidélitas. …walked towards the tasting counter, only to find out that the tasting room was closed for the day.

    Talk-A-Vino- 7 readers -
  • Delicious Northwest Syrahs

    This wall holds old signs from Red Willow Vineyard, including the original sign indicating the 1986 block of Syrah – a first in Washington state. (Photo by Andy Perdue/Great Northwest Wine) Syrah, the noble grape of the Northern Rhône Valley – and a key component in Southern Rhône blends – came to Washington in the mid-1980s, when grape grower Mike Sauer and winemaker David L ...

    Andy Perdue/ Great Northwest Wine- 5 readers -
  • Enemy mine, brain. Enemy mine.

    … of a little WA Cabernet Sauvignon that could be called the equivalent of FWB in a glass. Its reliable, consistently satisfying and balanced. The relationship between expectation and expression is refreshingly mutual. The 2012 For a Song Cabernet is a sure-bet. It may not be the wine to write home about or ignite you to conceptualize the next great epic…

    Vixen and Vinein Cabernet Sauvignon- 1 readers -
  • Château Haut-Chaigneau 2011 Lalande de Pomerol

    … This Bordeaux was picked up in a mini-spending frenzy at Lidl, the discount supermarket, which along with it’s German pal Aldi, is taking on the big UK supermarkets and gradually growing market share. Their approach is straightforward, we’ll sell you groceries cheaper than your big supermarkets, but you’ll have less brands to choose from, less…

    Erin Mellor/ Golly's Wine Dropsin Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot- 2 readers -
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