Chardonnay

    CHAD STOCK OF MINIMUS WINES – E&R Wine Shop; Portland, OR (7/17/2014) Chad Stock has been making many wonderful wines for established wineries in the Willamette Valley for a few years. He’s also been making his own breed of unique and adventurous wines under his Minimus brand. The majority of his wines are experimental projects […]

    CHAD STOCK OF MINIMUS WINES – E&R Wine Shop; Portland, OR (7/17/2014) Chad Stock has been making many wonderful wines for established wineries in the Willamette Valley for a few years. He’s also been making his own breed of unique and adventurous wines under his Minimus brand. The majority of his wines are experimental projects that make him look a bit like an enological mad scientist.

    15 readers - By Wine is Serious Business

    Central London winery to make English wine

    London Cru, the winery in the heart of the UK capital, is to make its first English wine from the 2014 vintage after being impressed with the quality of this year's harvest. London Cru's winemaker, Gavin MoneryLondon Cru has arranged to buy 3,000 kilos of Bacchus grapes from Sandhurst Vineyards in Kent, southern England, which should be enough to produce around 2,000 bottles of still wine.

    13 readers - By Decanter

      Cool Beauty: Tasting the Wines of the Western Sonoma Coast

      Vinography: A Wine Blog - - 9 readers - 10.04.2014 Cool Beauty: Tasting the Wines of the Western Sonoma Coast I'll admit it. I'm an acid freak. More than anything else in a wine, I'm looking for the juiciness that I get from well-balanced wines that lean towards the lower side of pH. There's nothing quite like that zip and crackle of a wine that gets your tastebuds tingling and your mouth watering.

      Handsome Brut Sparkling Wine (Niagara) - Wine Review

      Vintages Wine Picks & Reviews - - 9 readers - Tonight's wine is brand spanking new and was very recently launched at the LCBO. Crafted by award-winning Angels Gate Winery, I received this sample to try and share my thoughts with all of you. This dry, sparkling wine is available in small quantities throughout the province as part of the LCBO General List.

      Top Ten White Wines of the 2014 Newport Mansions Wine and Food Festival

      Red Wine Please! - - 9 readers - Now it’s time for the top whites. (you can read about the Top Ten Reds here) We’ve been drinking more white wines lately, and due to that fact we’re expanding to a Top Ten list for whites. There were many good ones. A few trends were that Sauvignon Blanc was everywhere, Chardonnay is still everywhere, and the Rose craze seems to have died down a bit.

      Native Sun, Purple Star wines find home near Red Mountain

      Great Northwest Wine - - 9 readers - Amy and Kyle Johnson own and operate Terra Vinum, the parent company for their Purple Star and Native Sun brands. They will produce both wines at their new facility in Benton City, Wash. (Photo by Eric Degerman/Great Northwest Wine) BENTON CITY, Wash. — Soft-spoken Kyle Johnson, one of Washington state’s most talented winemakers, is no longer a vagabond vintner.

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      Lynmar Estate Picnic Food & Wine Pairings

      … of the Estate & Bliss House Retreat, I was thrilled to return. Enjoy straight from the garden fresh food, featuring items sourced locally, paired by the Estate Chef with handcrafted Chardonnay & Pinot Noirs. It is quite the experience. The greens in our salad were picked only moments before they were served. And came right from the dirt that we…

      3 readers - By Sip on this Juice

      Dinner with Piper-Heidsieck Chef de Caves Regis Camus

      …. This special blend was given the name “Rare” as a reminder of the environmental events that helped shape it. Ever since, remarkable vintages have been produced in those rare years in which nature shows an unpredictable side -- each time very different but always outstanding. Rare is a blend consisting mainly of Chardonnay, completed with Pinot Noir…

      3 readers - By Marisa D'vari/ A Wine Story

      Pinot Noir & Chardonnay V: Kosta Browne Winery

      … and Nico Cueva. Kosta Browne draws on vineyards in the Russian River Valley and Sonoma Coast AVAs in Sonoma County and Santa Lucia Highlands AVA in Monterey County. There is no tasting room, and the winery in Sebastopol is closed to the public. Under consideration today are two of Kosta Browne’s Appellation wines, the One Sixteen Chardonnay 2012…

      5 readers - By Fredric Koeppel/ Bigger Than Your Head

      2013 Handcraft Cabernet Sauvignon

      …, Cabernet from Handcraft. Editor’s Note: I received this wine as a free sample for review. The post 2013 Handcraft Cabernet Sauvignon appeared first on The Good Wine Guru. Related posts: 2012 Gnarly Head Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 Manikay Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 Handcraft Chardonnay …

      5 readers - By George Perry/ The Good Wine Guru

      Snoqualmie Wine-Washington! #snoqualmiewine

      … My sweet husband and I have been dining from EatZi's (bringing it home) lately and with that a new bottle of wine has become a favorite of mine. He still prefers Cabernets, but is open to enjoying a Chardonnay with me. EatZi's has quite the selection of wines in their market. We're always eager to try something new and different. Notice…

      5 readers - By Vickie Gail Clampitt/ Wine Wrangling Woman

      WORLD WINE WATCH (LCBO VINTAGES TIP SHEET) FOR OCTOBER 25, 2014

      … should buy these wines to bring to restaurants with corkage programs. 1.Domaines Schlumberger Saering Riesling 2010 Alsace Grand Cru, +627950, $30.95 retail. 2.Domaine Hamelin Beauroy Chablis 1er Cru, +391805, $29.95. 3.Emiliana Coyam 2011 Colchagua Valley, +63891, $29.95. 4.Chateau Magnol 2010 Haut-Medoc, +384271, $25.95. 5.Giacosa Bussia Barolo 2009, +344721, $39.95. Chimo! www.deantudor.com …

      4 readers - By Dean Tudor/ Gothic Epicures VinCuisine

      Schiller's Favorite Wines of Madagascar

      … blanc (whites). Little known in the world of fine wine, these so-called French-American hybrid grape varieties have the advantage of being robust, but do not match the Vitis vinifera varieties – like Riesling, Chardonnay, Merlot and Pinot Noir – for elegance and refinement. Vitis vinifera varieties dominate worldwide wine consumption, but there…

      1 readers - By Dr. Christian G.E. Schiller/ schiller-wine

      A QUARTET OF POSH CHARDONNAYS

      … Piccadilly, from Hoddle's Creek to Horror Gulch, way down there in the Badlands, well what? Why? The Oakridge Funder and Diamond Drive Block model ($75; 13.4%; 93++) is finer and longer, but fairly, ummmm, spendy. So what am I saying about Chardonnay? Unless you're growing it in the coolest bottom bits of southern Victoria or Western Australia, the highest of the Adelaide Hills, or Tasmania, you might be better off growing muscat or hemp. Forget bloody vanilla. …

      2 readers - By Philip White/ drinkster

      Bill Karp Provides Spark At Whole Foods Jazz & Wine Night

      … it for you and provide plastic cups for drinking. - So we went in and found an incredible bargain: $10.99 for an unoaked Chardonnay from Chile. We combined that with a couple of packages of nuts and snack sticks and had a feast. If I had planned ahead better I would have just had dinner there. You can select from all the offerings inside, from pizza…

      1 readers - By Dennis Sodomka/ BottleReport.com

      Celebrate Champagne Day Oct. 24th!

      … as ‘Grands Crus’ and 44 as ‘Premiers Crus’. Since 1927, only three grapes, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Meunier, have been allowed in the production of Champagne, and account for nearly all the plantings in the region. Pinot noir accounts for 39% of Champagne’s surface area, followed by Meunier (33%) and Chardonnay (28%). The name “Champagne” is legally…

      6 readers - By Amy Corron Power/ Another Wine Blog

      The Italian Wine Club Giordano Wines – Explore the World of Wine

      …The Italian Wine Club from Giordano Wines Offers Great Values for Wine Explorers Over the past few episodes on Bacchus and Beery Wine Radio, Donna and I have been talking about getting bold and adventurous with your wine choices. That may mean trying a new variety, label or trying wines from a different country or region. Wines from Europe can…

      1 readers - By Roger Beery/ Bacchus and Beery

      9th CoCo Wine & Culinary Festival Features Wine, Food, Music, Art

      … tasted more than 100 wines supplied by wine distributors to come up with the best wines in several categories. The best of show gold was won by John Anthony Cabernet Sauvignon 2010. Best of show silver went to SeaGlass Pinot Noir 2013. Gloria Ferrer Sonoma Brut won honorable mention gold while Ferrari-Carano Cabernet Sauvignon was honorable mention…

      1 readers - By Dennis Sodomka/ BottleReport.com

      Wine Writing: Generalism vs Specialism

      … Years ago when I started writing Winedoctor I had a very generalist approach; I would write about whatever took my fancy (as long as it was wine!). A Chilean Chardonnay here, an Australian Cabernet Sauvignon there. After a few years of this superficial go-where-I-am-led writing I decided it would be better to focus on one or two areas, and I…

      4 readers - By WineDR
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