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    Meet the Winemaker – My interview with Adam Campbell of Elk Cove Vineyards

    Hello wine lovers and happy wine Wednesday! And, I guess I should say, ‘Happy October.’ I hope your week is going well and you are enjoying the cozy, autumn season. My ‘mostly-sober’ September was successful and I feel good. I have not been sampling or tasting anything new but have enjoyed recalling some special wine moments in my life so far.

    4 readers - By Christine Campbell/ Girls Go Grape

    A Master Class with Australian Kangarilla Road Winery

    Kevin O’Brien wine maker talks about Kangarilla Road Kevin O’Brien is a man that is compelled to know about the terroir in the McLaren Vale of Australia, and to put that knowledge to the best use in planting vines and growing expressive fruit. The types of rocks, which wear down to form soil, can guide the vineyard owner to plant certain types of grapes.

    3 readers - By Karl Mywinepal/ MyWinePal

      Symington Altano Douro DOC 2011

      the buddha in your glass - - 2 readers - Confident and bold, this red blend is from the largest family estate in Portugal and craves to be paired with hearty dishes. Estate: The Symington family has been involved with winemaking in the Douro Valley of Portugal since 1882, and through their great grandmother, can trace their winemaking back 14 generations to the mid 17th century.

      Harlaftis Nemea Red 2011

      the buddha in your glass - - 2 readers - Crafted from the Agiorgitiko grape which has been cultivated in the Nemea region of the Peloponnese on the east coast of Greece since ancient times, this is a subdued, contemplative glass. Estate: Domaine Harlaftis was founded in 1932 by Nikos Athanassiadis, a successful raisin merchant. He was drawn to the ancient Nemea region in the northeastern part of the Peloponnese of ...

      Spanish Garnacha Tasting Part 1: Garnacha Blanca

      the buddha in your glass - - 1 readers - Garnacha Blanca [a mutation of the red Garnacha grape] has long been utilized as a blending grape in both France and Spain. Recently pioneering winemakers have been crafting lush, expressive single varietal Garnacha Blanca wines with complex texture, subtle fruit, good mineral and earth notes and a long finish. Most significantly, in Aragon, northeastern Spain, where it originated, five D.

      Harvest Time…

      binNotes | a wine blog - - 1 readers - Welcome to binNotes | a wine blog by L.M. Archer, FWS Like wine? Like compelling stories about wine? You’ve landed on the right page! Follow binNotes | a wine blog: | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest Organic Riesling ripening in the late harvest sun of Yakima Valley’s Handprint Farm. | Image: Courtesy Handprint Farms. Harvest time at Yakima Valley’s Handprint Farm.

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      A Master Class with Australian Kangarilla Road Winery

      … of grapes. Certain grapes do better in particular soils. For example Chardonnay grapes grow best in limestone soils (e.g. Burgundy). McLaren Vale is a wine region located about a 45 minute drive south of Adelaide, starts along the coastline and moves inland. The area has produced wine commercially since the 1850s. 60% of the grape growing area…

      3 readers - By Karl Mywinepal/ MyWinePal

      Spanish Garnacha Tasting Part 1: Garnacha Blanca

      … [average price] Enjoy now thru 2016 Vinas del Vero La Miranda de Secastilla Garnacha Blanca 2012 Estate: Viñas del Vero was founded in 1986 in the Somontano region of Aragon, northern Spain. Today with their 700 hectares of vineyards, they are the leading winery in Somontano for volume and quality of wines. They practice sustainable and organic…

      1 readers - By the buddha in your glass

      Harvest Time…

      … Welcome to binNotes | a wine blog by L.M. Archer, FWS Like wine? Like compelling stories about wine? You’ve landed on the right page! Follow binNotes | a wine blog: | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest Organic Riesling ripening in the late harvest sun of Yakima Valley’s Handprint Farm. | Image: Courtesy Handprint Farms. Harvest time…

      1 readers - By binNotes | a wine blog

      Symington Altano Douro DOC 2011

      … Confident and bold, this red blend is from the largest family estate in Portugal and craves to be paired with hearty dishes. Estate: The Symington family has been involved with winemaking in the Douro Valley of Portugal since 1882, and through their great grandmother, can trace their winemaking back 14 generations to the mid 17th century…

      2 readers - By the buddha in your glass

      Organic Red Pears

      … a few times but I got so freaked out by hitting the wall I come back down fast. Now, I realize I don’t have to throw my legs as hard as I use to and need to practice much more controlled movements with balance and grace, I’m not quite the graceful butterfly I want to be…yet. The gymnist girls in my class make it look so elegant and beautiful to walk on their hands. When I see other people move I realize how much bouyancy it takes to stay up…just like standing right? …

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      Harlaftis Nemea Red 2011

      … Crafted from the Agiorgitiko grape which has been cultivated in the Nemea region of the Peloponnese on the east coast of Greece since ancient times, this is a subdued, contemplative glass. Estate: Domaine Harlaftis was founded in 1932 by Nikos Athanassiadis, a successful raisin merchant. He was drawn to the ancient Nemea region…

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      Need Riesling??

      … on infomercials for a good cause… Wine Makers: Looking for a few tons of luscious, floral-noted, organically grown Riesling? Handprint Farms in Prosser, WA. farms Riesling organically, and has a few tons still available. Hey, it’s my sister’s farm! Contact: handprint@charter.net Cheers! Care to share? Leave your comments below – and thanks for stopping…

      1 readers - By binNotes | a wine blog

      Mendocino County’s green wine growers

      … writers and buyers in place of my boss, Guinness McFadden, who was at McFadden Farm for his 24th consecutive annual certification inspection as an organic grower of wine grapes, herbs, and beef. His absence was understandable to all assembled, as the event was focused on Mendocino County’s organic and biodynamic grown wine grapes and the wines made…

      7 readers - By John Cesano/ John on Wine - a wine blog

      Château Terre Forte ‘Rouge!’ Côtes du Rhône 2013

      …”. Winemaking: With a goal of preserving the environment and the soil, the estate uses only organic methods, and wines are left unfiltered. They recommend that Rouge! be served “with a slight chill”. Tasting Notes: Bright garnet in colour with aromas of wild berries, earth and soft spices. Vibrant Strawberry, red currant and plum flavours backed…

      5 readers - By the buddha in your glass

      Emiliana Wines – Sustainable, Organic and Biodynamic Wines

      …://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UOvQTeGR3-c Breaking news from Klout: Cliff’s Wine Picks mentions or other posts Here are posts, newsletters, blogs or other articles that either mention this site or that I have written: Click here or on the “Cliff’s Wine Picks On Other Sites” link in the top right corner to see links to other sites that either have my reviews…

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      Castello di Verrazzano Rosso IGP 2011

      …: Somewhat unique for the northern Chianti Classico region, the vineyards are characterized by stony soil rich in limestone. Organic farming is practiced, and all harvesting is done by hand. Tasting Notes: Ruby red with brick highlights in colour, with aromas of cherry, earth and hints of chili pepper. Light and easy drinking with cherry and plum…

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      Mundo de Yunter Tempranillo y Syrah 2012

      … and Bottled by Coop Jesus del Perdon 13% Alcohol $8 Enjoy now thru 2015 Rated 90 points by The Wine Advocate Like this: Like Loading... Related This entry was posted in organic, spain, value and tagged red blend, tempranillo. Bookmark the permalink.…

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