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    • Loire Valley Wine: Anjou Saumur Wines Sparkle (VIDEO)

      Loire Valley Wine Holds Court Less than two hours from Paris, France and about 200 miles long the Loire Valley is a massive winemaking region. The wines of France’s most diverse wine region are as different as they are delicious. In this video, our wine travels take us on an education adventure into the Loire Valley’s Anjou – Saumur regions.

      Monique Soltani/ Wine Oh TVin Riesling- 10 readers -
    • A Taste of SakéOne Redux

      I recently had the pleasure of participating in a virtual tasting (a group of bloggers tasting the same beverages, interact with a host and one another) of saké and cheese with sakés from Oregon based craft producer and importer, SakéOne, along with cheeses from Marin French Cheese, and Laura Chenel Chevre. The tasting was hosted by Charles Communications Associates.

      Martin D. Redmond/ ENOFYLZ Wine Blog- 5 readers -
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  • Natural Wine Warning

    … A friend snapped this for me at P.J. Wine and Liquors thinking I would be amused. And I was. I posted to Instagram (@alicesari) and to Facebook, it ended up on Twitter (@alicefeiring) and created a bit of a stir. Some people were upset at the warning, a reaction that surprised me. Some thought it was not going to sell wines just increase…

    The Feiring Line- 3 readers -
  • THE NATURE OF NATURE IN WINEMAKING

    … or another, undergone the removal of some of its alcohol there was the great Oxford University wine author, Jancis Robinson on Twitter, smarmily declaring "T'ain't natural." I could feel the buzz of the ethanol mob's complaint channels rushing my traitor status to ASIO when I responded "That'll knock out goodness-knows-how-much of Australia…

    Philip White/ drinkster- 2 readers -
  • The Sky is Falling? Wine Country Wants More of This Wet Stuff

    … is the Winemaker for Garnet Vineyards among other consulting projects and is the author of The Winemaker’s Answer Book. Started in 2013, www.girlandthegrape.com won “Best New Wine Blog” in the 2014 Wine Blog Awards. When she has time, she plays tennis, cooks for friends and family, writes the occasional wine article and does a daily rain dance. contact: ancrowe@hotmail.com Twitter: @alisoncrowewine LinkedIn: Alison Crowe The post The Sky is Falling? Wine Country Wants More of This Wet Stuff appeared first on Girl and The Grape. …

    Alison Crowe/ Girl and The Grape- 4 readers -
  • Trial of 'Champagne Jayne' halted for trademark talks

    …, lawyers produced a 282-page list of Powell’s 3,400 Twitter followers and asked if she could guarantee none were being misled. They also screened videos of Powell talking about both Australian sparkling wine and Champagne in one tasting. Powell denied the claims and presented evidence to show that she clearly distinguished between Champagne…

    Decanter- 3 readers -
  • 5 Questions with Stephen Cronk of Mirabeau Wine

    … It’s been quite some time since the last post in our “5 Questions With…” series, but after tasting a phenomenal #wine and then learning its even more interesting backstory, I decided a revival was needed! I think it’s no non-surprise for my regular readers that we are huge fans of rosé here at #Vinopanion. YC Media sent me a bottle earlier…

    Ward Kadel/ Vinopanion- 6 readers -
  • A Young, Talented Winemaker with a Highly Distinctive Style

    …I recently spent a few days recently with the NV (2012) VDF Domaine Pierres Seches "Cuvee Georges de la Tour" ($19.99 on a 4 pack) and the wine really floored me. It's a pure Syrah that sees no wood and is fermented with natural yeasts. The character and pure quality this wine has for $19.99 is amazing. This blows away any $30 Syrah-based Cotes du…

    Lyle Fass/ Rockss and Fruit- 3 readers -
  • 2014 Holiday Gift Guide

    … a common Asian character for prosperity. Vietnam's renowned sweet cinnamon is a renewable resource collected from the Cassia tree, sold to benefit generations of hard-working families. Not interested in cinnamon? Plenty of other options to choose from. The Joseph Carr Winery in California works with small growers, coopers, and winemakers making tasty…

    Kovas Palubinskas/ 50 States of Wine- 6 readers -
  • Wine of the Week; 2010 Cantele Salice Salentino Riserva

    … to get thoughts of wine off his mind by sharing experiences on his ENOFYLZ Wine blog, which features wine reviews, wine country travel, and wine and food pairings. Follow me on Twitter @martindredmond for all things wine, and since I’m a wino, with latent foodie tendencies, you’ll also find food and wine pairings, and food related stuff! Become a fan…

    Martin D. Redmond/ ENOFYLZ Wine Blog- 3 readers -
  • Spotlight on Quincy in the Loire Valley

    … Spotlight on Quincy in the Loire Valley "In the past, Quincy has been regarded as more rugged than Sancerre," said the presenter in today's presentation about this region of the Loire Valley. Perhaps it was true in the past, yet today's presentation of Sauvignon Blanc from eight different Quincy producers revealed the quality level is quite…

    Marisa D'vari/ A Wine Story- 2 readers -
  • Huawei an unlikely Apple iPhone competitor

    … brands. Meantime, you can learn more about the Huawei Honor 6 Plus phone here, where you can also place a pre-order. Dare to live a little. Follow Stark Insider on Twitter and Facebook. Join our 8,300 subscribers who read SI on tablets and smartphones on the Google Newsstand. Prefer video? Subscribe to Stark Insider TV on YouTube, the largest (and quirkiest!) arts & entertainment and food/wine channel in San Francisco. …

    Mike Carrall/ Stark Insider- 3 readers -
  • Donate your spare corks to a good cause this holiday season

    …://winesisterhood.com/2014/10/20/help-a-sister-out-this-holiday-through-corks4coats/ To read more about One Warm Coat, visit http://onewarmcoat.org Connect with the Wine Sisterhood: Facebook Twitter (Follow the project #Corks4Coats) Pinterest Google+ Connect with Dracaena Wines: Facebook Twitter Connect with Diaz Communications: Facebook Twitter This article was also published on Examiner.com. Please read others or subscribe to Michele’s articles by following this link. email Michele Francisco …

    Winerabblers- 2 readers -
  • 2014 Year in Review for Texas Wine Lover

    … I can’t believe another year has quickly passed and a new year is about to begin. It has been a very busy year for Texas Wine Lover and this hobby has definitely turned into a passion. Let’s see what happened during the year in review for 2014. I visited more Texas wineries over the year in order to help new or existing wineries get more…

    Jeff Cope/ Texas Wine Lover- 5 readers -
  • Tonight! December Virtual Tasting - Treveri Cellars Brut Blanc de Blanc

    … The December Virtual Tasting is tonight! The wine is the Treveri Cellars Brut Blanc de Blanc Sparkling Wine NV. This wine retails for $14 and is widely available. The tasting will take place tonight, Wednesday December 17th, from 7-8pm Pacific. What you need to do to participate is: 1. Buy this month’s wine from the winery or a local retailer 2. Tweet your comments about the wine on Twitter between 7 and 8pm Pacific on the specified date using the hashtag #treveri. For those on Twitter, follow me @wawinereport. …

    Sean P. Sullivan/ Washington Wine Report- 3 readers -
  • Bareburger, Columbus

    … onion rings anymore, but these are worth ordering for sure, as are the sweet potato fries. Order the Supreme and you'll get both as toppings. For dessert, the flour less chocolate cake was really tasty, but the cherry compote on the side elevated it well beyond others I've tried. The restaurant sits in what appears to be an old space, with tall…

    Kovas Palubinskas/ 50 States of Wine- 2 readers -
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