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  • Sawtooth Winery’s Meredith Smith scaling new heights

    … the podcast: From real estate to Sawtooth Estate Winery Those mountains in the distance? Not the Sawtooths. (Photo by Andy Perdue/Great Northwest Wine) Smith grew up in Idaho, arriving when her family moved here when she was 7. When she chose a career, it included real estate development and accounting, but when she had her epiphany in 2006, she…

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  • 006 TWL Podcast: David Sides of Austin Vineyards

    … 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 us know what you want to hear on the Texas Wine Lover podcast because we want to bring topics that are of interest to you. Please sit back, relax, and enjoy the podcast. Subscribe on iTunes Listen on Stitcher …

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  • John Duval creates ageworthy Syrah at Long Shadows Vintners

    … with a beautiful herbal perfume spice, and we’ve made a Carménère/Syrah blend, which sort of uses the best of both varieties, I guess,” Duval said. “Syrah helps to fill out the palate, and there’s a beautiful mix of the herbal perfume spice and lovely black fruit and blackberry richness.” GSM, Beijing and Peking Duck Long Shadows Vintners launched its tasting…

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

    … sample a bottle of Raisins Gaulois, from iconic Beaujolais producer Domaine Marcel Lapierre. It’s a slurpable Gamay. Finally, we get scientific with one of my favorite bargain red wines: Castaño Monastrell. (Note: I had five graphic designers critique its label.) Now this is not a red wine I would recommend drinking cold, but, for comparison’s sake we…

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  • The Wines of Beaujolais – with Château des Jacques

    … Burgundy in the north and the Rhône Valley in the south. Vineyards run along the Saône River, on mostly granite soils. Here, Beaujolais Crus such as Brouilly, Côte de Brouilly, Régnié, Morgon, Chiroubles, Fleurie, Moulin-à-Vent, Chénas, Juliénas and Saint-Amour, have the high ground just above the Beaujolais Village classification. Join us as we…

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  • Studio Time with Rinascimento

    … As part of our growing fame on Twitter (do you follow us?), we recently took part in our first #WineStudio, an online twitter-based educational program that invites wine writers, bloggers and other personalities to discuss wines, producers, grapes, tourism, terroir, regional culture, food and wine matching and much more. As a natural skeptic…

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  • Podcast #5: Bill Blackmon of William Chris Vineyards

    … 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. We asked listeners what they wanted to hear on the Texas Wine Lover podcast and one suggestion…

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  • October Texas Wine Month Road Trip

    … As you probably are aware, October is Texas Wine Month. That meant there was no doubt Gloria and I had to go on a road trip. We still had the Texas Hill Country Wineries season pass we won at the silent auction at the TWGGA Conference in February, so it was only fitting we head to the Hill Country. Since Texas Wine Lover recently started…

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  • Hudson Valley Wine Goddess

    … and began selling in the spring of 2012 at the Fort Greene Greenmarket in Brooklyn. Now along with the Fort Greene Farmers Market, you can find them at Grand Army Plaza Market on Saturday and Union Square Farmers Market on Wednesday and Saturday. One year into their venture Manhattan Distributors reached out to them. That is a huge accomplishment…

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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…

    Jameson Fink/ Jameson Finkin Pinot Noir Riesling Chardonnay- 2 readers -
  • Inaugural La Fête du Champagne sparkles

    … that it was exceptional. According to Ron, Peter laid out the various terroirs of Champagne in a manner that was very enlightening to him in terms of its meaning in the glass. I did attend the following three seminars and found them exceptional in terms of content, moderator-panelist interaction, and attendee participation. The Louis Roederer session…

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