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    Emiliana Wines – Sustainable, Organic and Biodynamic Wines

    This is based on samples provided by the winery or organization acting on their behalf. 2012 Emiliana Sauvignon Blanc Novas Gran Reserva 2012 Emiliana Cabernet Sauvignon Natura Overview: These wines, while not produced by Banfi, were imported into the United States by the company. Banfi is the importer/distributor of over 30 different labels from around the world.

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    Mundo de Yunter Tempranillo y Syrah 2012

    A fantastic $8 value red blend from Spain that is straightforward, pleasant and great with a wide variety of dishes. Winery: Bodegas Yuntero represents the organically farmed wines of The Jesús del Perdón Cooperative. Established in 1954 by a group of 102 wine growers wishing to develop and market their wines independently, today the coop boasts 700 members located in the heart of Spain.

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      Mendocino County’s green wine growers

      John on Wine - a wine blog - - 6 readers - If there is any question about how much I love doing what I do, inside my tasting room or outside, pouring my wines or any of the county’s best wines, this picture captured by Aubrey Rawlin of Mendoicino Winegrowers Inc should answer that question amply. I love pouring wines for folks.

      Château Terre Forte ‘Rouge!’ Côtes du Rhône 2013

      the buddha in your glass - - 5 readers - Fresh and easy going, this is a wonderfully glugable Grenache. Estate: Château Terre Forte was founded in 2000 by Pierre Jauffret. His family’s roots in winemaking in the Rhône Valley go back to 1856. Winemaking traditions have been passed down from generation to generation; the 20 hectares of vineyards are “rich of history and family roots”.

      Castello di Verrazzano Rosso IGP 2011

      the buddha in your glass - - 3 readers - Simple and smooth, this is wonderfully glugable with all varieties of pasta and pizza. Estate: The boundaries of the Verrazzano estate have remained unchanged for over 1000 years, and as far back as the 14th century, there are descriptions of vineyards at the property.

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

      Girls Go Grape - - 3 readers - 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.

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

      …. Thanks for the great feedback…more ‘Wine Stories’ to come. Next week, I head up to Naramata, B.C. to do an interview with the team at Serendipity Wines and am truly looking forward to it. This week, I have for you my interview with winemaker Adam Campbell of Elk Cove Vineyards located about 30 minutes outside the ‘capital’ of the Willamette Valley…

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      Need Riesling??

      … binNotes | a wine blog: | Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest Copyrighted 2014. All rights reserved. | Image courtesy: Handprint Farms Filed under: Pinot Noir, Washington State Wineries, Washington Wines, Wine, Wine Maker, Wine Tasting Tagged: harvest, organic, Prosser, Riesling, wine, wine maker, Yakima Valley…

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      Mendocino County’s green wine growers

      … Greystone’s Robert Bath, Huffington Post’s Mary Orlin, Ferry Plaza Wine Bar’s Peter Granoff, BevMo’s Jim Lombardo, 7×7 Magazine’s Courtney Humiston, Wine Business Monthly’s Mary Collen Tinney, Gary Danko’s Andrew Browne, and Writing Between the Vines’ Marcy Gordon (who once hosted me at her home for a tasting of Virginia’s best wines). I also have…

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      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…

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      Emiliana Wines – Sustainable, Organic and Biodynamic Wines

      …This is based on samples provided by the winery or organization acting on their behalf. 2012 Emiliana Sauvignon Blanc Novas Gran Reserva 2012 Emiliana Cabernet Sauvignon Natura Overview: These wines, while not produced by Banfi, were imported into the United States by the company. Banfi is the importer/distributor of over 30 different labels from…

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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

      … 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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