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    Manfred Krankl Owner of Sine Qua Non Winery in Severe Motorcycle Accident

    This post first appeared in The Wine Cellar Insider World famous winemaker, Austrian born, Manfred Krankl of Sine Qua Non was severly injured in a motorcyle accident in Oaji California. The accident took place September 18, 2014. Manfred Krankl remains in critical condition. He is in a coma. According to comments from his wife Elaine Krankl, even though Manfred Krankl remains in ...

    12 readers - By Jeff Leve/ The Wine Cellar Insider

    les Moirets Cotes du Rhone 11'

    Naked Wine Review 152 Wine: les Moirets Cotes du Rhone Grapes: Syrah, Grenache Noir, Mourvedre Producer: Ogier Vintage: 11' Region: Spain>Rhone>Cote du Rhone>Controlee Price: 9.00 Date tasted: 9/22/14 Place tasted: The day had kissed the night at exactly the same hour as the night kissed the day. I think they are enchanted with one another.

    8 readers - By Shawna L Watson/ Naked Wine Reviews

      Family Winemakers Recap – Best of the Newbies!

      ENOFYLZ Wine Blog - - 6 readers - I attended the Family Winemakers of California (“FWC”) Grand Tasting at the San Mateo County Event Center on August 17th. The FWC is the trade advocate for California’s “small family” wineries (although behemoth wineries like Kendall Jackson and Gallo are also considered family wineries most are in fact smaller family run wineries ).

      A return to the 2007 Domaine Saladin, Fan dé Lune

      Hogshead - A Wine Blog - - 6 readers - A return to the 2007 Domaine Saladin, Fan dé Lune In reviewing my posts I see that it was two and a half years ago that I met Elisabeth Saladin of Domaine Saladin at MacArthur Beverages. This is a truly historic estate having remained in the same family since the 15th century. The 2007 Domaine Saladin, Fan dé Lune, Cotes du Rhone Villages represents the fifth vintage effort of t ...

      Wine of the Day October 7, 2014

      grapelive.com - - 5 readers - 2012 Ridge, Lytton Springs, Proprietary Red, Dry Creek Valley. Ridge’s iconic Zin blend the Lytton Springs is mostly old vine Zinfandel (about 70%) along with Petite Sirah (about 20%), Carignane and a touch of Mourvedre aka Mataro making up the rest, and all from their Lytton Springs estate in Dry Creek, coming in at 14.4%, with this 2012 release.

      scandal wine recap:

      grapefriend - - 5 readers - Our Scandal wine recaps are back!!! Take it away, Abby… Scandal’s BACK. I’m BACK (thanks, Grapefriend!), and by the end of the hour Olivia is BACK doing what she does best, though perhaps to the detriment of her emotional health. Above all else the wine is BACK in a big old plot-driving way. wine moment #1 We open on a natural-haired Liv—or Julia Baker as she’s now going by—read ...

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      Three Rosés from Provence, Chile & Portugal

      … Château des Sarrins Côtes de Provence Rosé 2013, France (£15.99 Bibendum, TheDrinkShop.com) A previous bottle of this was extremely awkward and pongy, like it was having a really bad hair day (see here). This one – tasted just a fortnight later – was better. There’s still a light sulphury whiff to start with, but it opens up to show quite…

      4 readers - By Drinking Outside The Box

      A pair of must-try Cotes du Rhone from 2012

      …, Mourvedre, and Cinsault sourced from 50+ year old vines. The fruit was fermented in cuve beton then aged for for 15 months in used foudres. Alcohol 15%. This wine quickly built serious flavors that were lively in the midpalate on the tongue. The wine coated the teeth and gums with a little spicy structure. With air, the wall of flavor developed garrigue and cinnamon followed by dried herbs in the finish. ***(*) Now-2020. Like this: Like Loading... Related…

      2 readers - By Aaron Nix Gomez/ Hogshead - A Wine Blog

      An Angel Flight from Montes Wines

      …, Coombsville, and Oak Knoll. The Napa Angel 2008 is Cabernet Sauvignon based. Aromas of spice, red jammy fruit, blackberries, blueberries, and plums were thick and luscious. On the palate, chewy tannins, plenty of acidity, fresh fruit flavors, raspberries, leather, and toast contributed to a balanced and round mouthfeel with spice on the rich finish…

      3 readers - By Cindy Rynning/ Grape Experiences

      Oct. 25 LCBO Wine Picks: Tuscany + Chile

      … is the certified organic Emiliana Coyam that is a blend of 38% Syrah, 31% Carmenère, 19% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, 1% Mourvedre, and 1% Malbec. No Chilean list would be complete without a Carmenère, in this case a Single Vineyard version from Caliterra that also contains 6% Cabernet Franc and 3% Syrah and made using sustainable viticultural practices…

      4 readers - By Jason Solanki/ Vintages Wine Picks & Reviews

      Budget Friendly Wines for Budget Friendly #SundaySupper

      … Chili from Peaceful Cooking Pair these dishes with a Cabernet Sauvignon. I like the 2012 Chateau Ste. Michelle Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon ($10). It’s a blend of mostly Cabernet Sauvignon with some Merlot, Syrah, Malbec and Mourvedre. It’s easy drinking with a plum, dark cherry, and vanilla character. Hunters Stew from Simply Healthy Family…

      4 readers - By Martin Redmond/ ENOFYLZ Wine Blog

      Wine Spectator on Amador Valley – what they missed

      … decided to produce his own wines and does a fantastic job. The Rhone-style whites, Rousanne and Viognier, are amazing as are the Rhone Reds, Syrah and Mourvedre. This small winery is a “must” stop on Shenandoah School Road. Cooper Vineyards Also on this same road as Wildrotter is Cooper Vineyards and, like Wildrotter, the Cooper Family were growers who…

      5 readers - By Joe Becerra/ Wine Country Getaways

      Wine Reviews: Rosé Grab Bag

      … tangy on the palate with tangy strawberries, grapefruit and lemon zinger tea. Spicy and crisp. 40% Merlot, 40% Syrah, 20% Tannat. (86 points IJB) Review: 2013 Domaine de Nizas Rosé- France, Languedoc Roussillon, Languedoc SRP: $13 Salmon-copper colored. Smells of rose hips, white cherries, wild strawberries and a hint of green grass. Juicy…

      3 readers - By Isaac Baker/ Terroirist: A Daily Wine Blog

      Oct 15, Pyrenees Wine Region in Western Victoria

      … is a predominance of Shiraz as the variety of choice. This region is predominately to the north of Great Dividing Range. Dry autumns with cool nights make for ideal ripening conditions. Over the past few vintages drought has restricted production of some vineyards, and inhibited the development of new plantings. Use this box to find wine from the Pyrenees…

      4 readers - By Vinodiversity

      Tatum Cellars,Texas Hill Country,Tatum Rosé 2013

      … in the most brilliant way. It has a decent amount of extract and light-to-moderate viscosity that on the palate will play a role in the wine’s overall body, structure and mouthfeel. Right out of the gate, this wine is showing characteristics classic to Southern Rhone Valley rosés. The aromas are delicate with both floral and tropical…

      2 readers - By Texas Wine and Trail Magazine

      Four Days in Paso Robles - Day Three

      … Shale Oak Winery since Friday. A number of winemakers suggested we get there and try their Petite Verdot. This sustainably certified winery is a zero impact winery, from the vineyards to the tasting room. The wine lineup goes from Albarino to Rose to luscious reds. The rumors about their Petite Verdot were correct…dark cherry, smooth and just…

      3 readers - By The Sommelier Update

      Chicago Neighborhood Gem: Unite Urban Grill

      … selections, tap the expertise of Jason Lane who can guide you through the process. My first wine of the evening was a Domained de Lavau, a Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre blend from Gigondas, which was rich, well balanced, and complemented many of our small plates. One of my dining companions is a vegetarian so we started the evening with fresh Caprese…

      3 readers - By Cindy Rynning/ Grape Experiences

      Month in Wines – September 2014

      … Ridge Three Valleys Sonoma County (13.8% ABV, $25, 65% zinfandel, 20% petite sirah, 9% carignane, 3% mataró, 2% alicante bouschet, 1% grenache) – delicious blackberry nose,concentrated, dark fruit on the palate, dense and delicious. 8 2011 Suertes del Marques La Solana Vino de Parcela Valle de La Orotava DO, Spain (13.5% ABV, $18, 100% Listan Negro…

      5 readers - By Talk-A-Vino

      Flavors to Fall for: Squash and Sausage Soup with Pumpkin Cornbread #winepw

      … Riesling and Warm Apple Crisp by Grape Experiences Peach and Ginger Cobbler and Tablas Creek Petit Manseng by ENOFYLZ Wine Blog Surprise! Wines for a Sweet & Savory Fall Harvest Meal by foodwineclick Fall Fruit and Wine Pairing by Rockin Red Blog Autumn Pumpkin Food Flair by Vino Travels -- An Italian Wine Blog Butternut Squash Risotto: White…

      1 readers - By Jade Helm/ Tasting Pour

      2010 Rasa Vineyards Mourvedre Vox Populi – Bottle Notes

      … 2010 Rasa Vineyards Mourvedre Vox Populi – Bottle Notes by Tom Lee on October 9, 2014 Rasa Vineyards is a relatively new winery located in Walla Walla, Washington. Founded in 2007 by brothers Pinto and Billo Naravane, Rasa specializes in Syrah-based wines but has also released Cabernet Sauvignon, Riesling, Chardonnay, Petite Verdot…

      1 readers - By Tom Lee/ Zinfandel Chronicles