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    Movie Review: American Wine Story

    This past weekend, I had the opportunity to view a screening of American Wine Story. This highly anticipated film chronicles a group of people who take their unexplained passion for wine to another level. In the spirit of similar documentaries like SOMM and Blood Into Wine, AWS tries to indirectly explain this unique obsession of a handful of wine lovers who abandon their sc ...

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    Meet the new Texas Wine Lover Team

    The post Meet the new Texas Wine Lover Team appeared first on Texas Wine Lover. I can’t believe it has already been 3½ years since the Texas Wine Lover® blog was born. Before then, my fiancée Gloria made fun of me (and still to this day) for having a box wine in my refrigerator when we first met, so she then introduced me to finer wines – yes, I really did have a box wine.

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      British Columbia Winery Tour: Interviews at Six Okanagan Wineries

      Jameson Fink - - 6 readers - British Columbia Winery Tour: Interviews at Six Okanagan Wineries What a pleasure to travel to British Columbia and visit wineries up and down the Okanagan Valley. I had my handy audio recorder with me and captured six interviews with six fantastic folks while on a media trip put together by Wines of British Columbia.

      Podcast #3: Chris Brundrett of William Chris Vineyards

      Texas Wine Lover - - 6 readers - The post Podcast #3: Chris Brundrett of William Chris Vineyards appeared first on Texas Wine Lover. On a sunny day with pleasantly comfortable temperatures and a light breeze rustling through the trees, I pulled into William Chris Vineyards. When crossing the cattle guard in their driveway, the fact that you are going to experience something special, something unique, someth ...

      Podcast #4: Bending Branch Winery’s Flash Détente

      Texas Wine Lover - - 5 readers - The post Podcast #4: Bending Branch Winery’s Flash Détente appeared first on Texas Wine Lover. Bending Branch Winery has always been on the forefront of finding new grape varieties for Texas like Tannat for their now signature wine. They also do the same when it comes to technology to improve their wines and their latest piece of equipment is a Flash Détente unit from the Della Toffola Group.

      Podcast #5: Bill Blackmon of William Chris Vineyards

      Texas Wine Lover - - 4 readers - The post Podcast #5: Bill Blackmon of William Chris Vineyards appeared first on Texas Wine Lover. In Podcast #3, Jeremy Wilson talked to Chris Brundrett of William Chris Vineyards. Chris mentioned how co-owner Bill Blackmon handled the vineyard management at William Chris, so it was only natural that we visit again and talk to Bill.

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    • 006 TWL Podcast: David Sides of Austin Vineyards

      …! The vineyard is located on private family property in south Austin and is growing in acreage by the year. There are several varieties growing including both hybrid and Vitis vinifera grapes. Tempranillo, Viognier, Tannat, Vermentino, and Blanc du Bois are some of the predominant grapes growing on property. David Sides Please remember to let…

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    • John Duval creates ageworthy Syrah at Long Shadows Vintners

      … until he resigned in July 2002. Duval was in such demand that within a year, he was making his own wine in the Barossa Valley, in Walla Walla and in Chile. The wine he creates for Viña Ventisquero is called Pangea. “I didn’t necessarily want to be a consultant just flying around the world working for other people, but the project in Chile also…

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    • Gervasi Vineyard: A Little Tract of Italy in Ohio

      … the winery and tasting the wines. Ah, yes, the wines. Made in Ohio, but Italian at heart. Enter Andrew Codispoti, winemaker. Born in Italy, Codispoti came to America at the age of six with his parents and two brothers. “I remember when we arrived in New York harbor,” he reminisced. “I’d never seen a city like New York.” The Codispotis initially…

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    • Louis Roederer Chef de Cave Jean-Baptiste Lecaillon at La Fete du Champagne

      … with an average age of 38 to 40 years (According to Jean-Baptiste, it takes 15 years for the vines to burrow into the bedrock.). The wines do not undergo malolactic fermentation. Nine grams of sugar are added and this lower dosage results in a more elegant, more refined blend. Nineteen ninety-five was a classic vintage with half of its influence continental…

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    • What Red Wines Are Good to Drink With A Chill?

      … all your red wines in the fridge for like 20 minutes and drink them with a touch of coolness. There are some red wines that lend themselves to be serving fairly cold or seriously chilled. My favorite would have to be Lambrusco. Not only is it an amazing food wine–probably the best pizza wine in the history of the world plus awesome with beef jerky…

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    • The Wines of Beaujolais – with Château des Jacques

      … talk with Monsieur Castelnau about the history, geology and wine of the region. It’s an interesting new perspective on one of the most affordable of French wine regions. For more info: Charles Heintz Vineyards and Winery: www.heintzvineyards.com/ Sponsor: Wine Berserkers: www.wineberserkers.com Click Below to Play the Show: Audio clip: Adobe…

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    • Studio Time with Rinascimento

      … retains that old-world character of earth, mushrooms, and locker room on the nose. Decent acid, food-friendly. A well-made Piedmontese Barbera is simply impossible to dislike. Categories: Red Wine Rose Wine About Mike Madaio One of the co-founders of Pennsylvania Vine Company, Mike is a food & drink writer based in the western suburbs…

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    • October Texas Wine Month Road Trip

      … is always a good bet for some new great wines. How can you go wrong with three excellent wineries in one tasting room? We had the same tasting guide as the last time we visited 4.0 who is Gary Hahne. Gary owns White House Winery which was originally in Navasota, Texas, and we helped him bottle wine before. He told us last time we saw him that he…

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    • From Napa to Idaho: Coiled Wines’ twisted tale

      … of show at the annual Idaho Wine Competition. This year, her 2013 edition won best white wine and nearly repeated as best of show. “That would have been incredible,” she said. “Frankly, it would have been a lot of pressure!” After her success with the 2012 vintage, she was contacted by Stuart Pigott, arguably the world’s leading expert…

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    • Hudson Valley Wine Goddess

      …Devin Britton & Albert WilklowThe Hudson Valley is exploding with cideries, wineries, distilleries and breweries. In this podcast I visit with Devin Britton and Albert Wilklow, two guys in their early 30's who are turning a hobby into a full time business with Bad Seed Hard Cider. Albert grew up in the local Hudson Valley apple farming…

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    • Go Haywire for Pink Bub Sparkling Rosé From British Columbia

      … personality starts at the top. Of the bottle. With a crown cap aka bottle cap: You want more BC Wine? You got it: Talkin’ Concrete Eggs With Haywire Co-Owner Christine Coletta Electric Riesling from Tantalus Dabbling in Dry Muscat BC Wine 101 With Luke Whittall Luke II: Wine Without Worry Podcast A Gewürztraminer that Rules the Roost Image via Okanagan Crush Pad. Tags: bc sparking wine, concrete eggs wine…

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    • Inaugural La Fête du Champagne sparkles

      … The inaugural edition of La Fête du Champagne, organized and hosted by Peter Liem and Daniel Johnnes, was a grand production -- in the tradition of La Paulée -- with Producers and Sommeliers galore and Champagne flowing like water down a dry gulch after a torrential downpour. As marketed, the event would provide a Grand Tasting (at which more…

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    • British Columbia Winery Tour: Interviews at Six Okanagan Wineries

      … a taste of my experience there when I previously told you about the electric Riesling at Tantalus Vineyards. There’s more from this winery, but first let’s get to know Andy Gebert, Co-Owner of St. Hubertus Estate Winery. He poses with grapes: And pours us Chasselas, which is a white wine grape I’ve never tasted outside of bottles from France’s Alsace…

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