Pinot Grigio

    Speaking truth to power: Why I don’t go ape over Riesling

    I’ve gotten so tired of geeks talking up the virtues of Riesling that it actually came as a relief when I read Jancis Robinson’s column on her blog yesterday in which she concedes she might “go to my grave” without the masses never properly appreciating the wine she has loved “for roughly 35 years.

    7 readers - By STEVE HEIMOFF

    Salwey Pinot Gris – Simply Fabulous

    Home Wine Regions German Wine Salwey Pinot Gris – Simply Fabulous by Tim Lemke - Oct 19, 2014 The longer I run this website, the more I find that the wines that interest me the most are the ones nobody reads about. I don’t think it’s that others wouldn’t enjoy them, they’re just unique gems that folks don’t come across every day and therefore aren’t searching for info about them.

    7 readers - By Tim Lemke/ CheapWineRatings.com

      Wine Review: Santa Margherita Valdadige Pinot Grigio 2013

      Edible Arts - - 6 readers - Pinot Grigio is the most popular imported white grape variety in the U.S. Frankly, I just don’t get it. It’s not aromatic and on the palate is largely a mouthful of acidity—refreshing to be sure but so is water and I don’t pay $12 for a glass of water. The problem is not the grape. The very same grape when vinified in Alsace is complex, fleshy, and hedonistic.

      Bolla ‘Soave’ Classico 2012 – Something different for the Pinot Grigio lovers!

      Girls Go Grape - - 7 readers - Hello wine lovers and happy #wineWednesday. I hope you week has been productive and enjoyable. I was up in Penticton for BC VQA panel earlier this week and was able to meet up with Judy Kingston, owner of Serendipity Winery in Naramata for an interview during her craziest time of the year. Judy is nothing short of a modern-day renaissance woman whom I have tremendous respect for.

      5 Tips to Pick Wines for Thanksgiving

      Natalie MacLean - - 6 readers - No other holiday celebrates the gift of wine like Thanksgiving. Wine is a taste of the harvest along with all the delicious dishes on the table. But actually choosing a bottle can feel like a thankless task, especially with so many flavors to match. Relax. Have a drink. And try some of my suggestions for great wines to pair with Thanksgiving turkey and all the trimmings th ...

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      Halloween, Wine and Ghost Stories

      … Bianco, Cortese, Arneis, Erbaluce and Favorita. The region also offers grape varieties more familiar to most of the US population. These include: Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Trebbiano, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, Sangiovese, Syrah and Tannat. I recently checked the website for our local Total Wine shop and found more than 100 wines from the Piedmont region available with a wide range of prices. Cheers! Kathy …

      1 readers - By Wine Trail Traveler

      Travels in Sicily - Cantine Pellegrino

      …. A white variety called Grillo, which is used in making Marsala, yields surprisingly fresh and crisp whites. There is no Grillo listed by the British Columbia Liquor Distribution Branch (some private stores have various examples). The LDB, however, lists Pinot Grigio from Sicily. Even if Pinot Grigio is easier to sell than Grillo, it is absurd to list that varietal from Sicily when far better ones come from northern Italy. …

      By John Schreiner/ John Schreiner on wine

      Spotlight on Unusual California White Wine: Arbe Garbe White Blend 2012

      … My final entry in this spotlight was long delayed due to my trip to Portugal, but the wait was worth it. Arbe Garbe’s Friulian-style blend is one of the best of the “new Caifornia” whites on the market. One might not associate the Russian River Valley with north eastern Italian white wine, but take a couple of Italian transplants, Letizia…

      By Just Grapes

      Two Great Whites – Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Grigio From Slovenia!

      … of the quality of Slovenian wines then it would be prudent to spend much more time researching this country. We’ll certainly do that, and will be writing some in depth articles on the area and its wines. But until then here is a little preview. Wine: 2012 Goriska Brda, Avia Sauvignon Blanc Winery Location: Brda, Slovenia Tasted By: Neil & Cheri Date…

      By Red Wine Please!

      Gervasi Vineyard: A Little Tract of Italy in Ohio

      … Can’t make that trip to Italy this year? For wine enthusiasts in the United States, Italy may be a little closer than you think. If you can make it to Canton, Ohio, that is. Make the trip, because you’re in for a treat. Gervasi Vineyard is like a little tract of Italy nestled in the northeast corner of The Buckeye State. Stay for a weekend…

      By Uncorked Monthly

      Let’s Talk Merlot, People!

      … share now at 7.5 percent of U.S. Sales. Pinot Grigio and Muscato are surprisingly also in the top five in sales. But we’re talking Merlot here people. There was a drop, after Sideways was released Merlot sales dropped two percent. Alviso, spoke at the 2014 Wine Bloggers Conference. “After Sideways the market got focused,” said Merlot maven P.J…

      3 readers - By Howard W. Hewitt

      Great Expectations

      … ~ Located close to Ohio University, Athens Uncorked is poised to become the ‘first grown-up’ wine bar in Athens. With over thirteen years of café and culinary experience, siblings Nate Hayes and Kathryn Blake’s vision is to provide Athens a quiet, ‘off the beaten path” adult lounge atmosphere. Avid wine students themselves, Nate and Kathryn have been…

      By The Wine Student

      Lo Hai Qu Patronizes Hip Wine Bars

      … minds most of the time cuz, mostly, we don’t got any, and those weird wines make us feel like we’re getting a deal. OK, like, if I pay $12 for a glass of Kenwood Sauvignon Blanc, I’m an asshole. If I buy a glass of Inzolia for the same money, I’m a damned genius, and a wine connoisseur. You can’t tell the difference between the two—they both drink…

      1 readers - By Ron Washam/ HoseMaster of Wine™

      Prosser, the Birthplace of Washington Wine

      …://www.theclorecenter.org/. The Prosser Wine Network: White wines of the Prosser Wine Network: Albarino, Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Gewurztraminer, Marsanne, Muscat Canelli, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Riesling (Dry), Riesling (Sweet), Rose, Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, Sparkling, Viognier, White Blend, Rhone Blend, Rousanne Red wines of the Prosser Wine Network: Barbera…

      By Sacred Drop Channel

      scandal wine recap: not cheap, just not snobby

      … #2 Back to frowns. California Oak will do that to you. I miss the days when Olivia and Cyrus could just drink wine, eat popcorn, and talk about lighter matters like rigging elections. Alas, those days are long gone. Instead Cy interrupts Liv’s drinking session to tell her that her “other boyfriend” murdered the Grant kid, Harrison, and James…

      By grapefriend

      Mini-reviews 66: Les Griottes, Ecco Domani, Rios de Chile, Rauzan Despagne

      … Reviews of wines that don’t need their own post, but are worth noting for one reason or another. Look for it on the final Friday of each month. • Pierre-Marie Chermette Les Griottes 2013 ($19, purchased, 12%): Very pretty rose form Beaujolais made with gamay that has cranberry fruit and a hint of gamay’s grapiness. The catch, of course…

      4 readers - By The Wine Curmudgeon

      Caribbean Surf ‘n’ Turf: How You Got to Pair for da Beach and Sand, Mon.

      … fruit, high acidity, little oak, subtle earth tones and low to medium tannins (too much, and we get bitter finish after the fruit salsa, as well as metallic tones after the lobster). The red solution was an Annabella 2012 Pinot Noir Carneros Special Selection ($18.99) from California with bright cherries, strawberries, a bit of clove and medium body…

      1 readers - By Crozet Gourmet
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