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    Central London winery to make English wine

    London Cru, the winery in the heart of the UK capital, is to make its first English wine from the 2014 vintage after being impressed with the quality of this year's harvest. London Cru's winemaker, Gavin MoneryLondon Cru has arranged to buy 3,000 kilos of Bacchus grapes from Sandhurst Vineyards in Kent, southern England, which should be enough to produce around 2,000 bottles of still wine.

    13 readers - By Decanter

    Messina Hof Winery Wins Gold At People’s Choice Wine Tasting Classic

    Messina Hof Winery Wins Gold At People’s Choice Wine Tasting Classic Grapevine, TX – September 19, 2014 – Messina Hof Winery and Resort won three Gold Medals (First Place Awards) and Silver Medal (Second Place Award) in the People’s Choice Wine Tasting Classic during the 28th Annual GrapeFest®. The popular competition was hosted Sept.

    12 readers - By Texas Wine and Trail Magazine

      Noble Ridge and friends: tasting Okanagan Falls wines

      John Schreiner on wine - - 9 readers - Photo: Noble Ridge vineyards in the autumn The Okanagan Falls region has come into its in recent years for wine touring. The area got a major lift a few years when the wineries formed an association and when Blue Mountain, the area’s anchor tenant, began opening its tasting room regularly. I have wandered the region again during the spring and summer and visited most of the wineries.

      2010 Beringer Knights Valley Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon

      Bills Wine Wandering - - 9 readers - I have been a member of Beringer for years. As a matter of fact it is the first club I joined during my initial visit to Napa. I am a huge fan of Cabernet Sauvignon like many people are; and the quality of the Beringer single vineyard wines are exceptional. Recently I learned that the Beringer “White Zin” is their highest produced wine with over 800,000 cases sold annually.

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      Review: Coppersea New York Raw Rye

      … of flavors into a fairly cohesive whole — at least for a white whiskey. You won’t escape that brash youthfulness here, but sometimes that’s not such a bad thing. 90 proof. Best with some water. B+ / $70 / coppersea.com Similar Posts: This entry was posted in Rated B+, Reviews, Rye, Whiskey, White Whiskey/Moonshine. Bookmark the permalink.…

      2 readers - By Christopher Null/ Drinkhacker.com

      2012 Matanzas Creek Chardonnay, Sonoma County

      … bottlings from this venerable Sonoma County estate. MSRP: $26 (October 2014) Wine Lines rating: 91 This entry was posted on Wednesday, October 1st, 2014 at 7:08 pm. It is filed under All Reviews, Featured Wines and tagged with 2012, 91, Chardonnay, Matanzas Creek, Sonoma County, White. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.…

      5 readers - By Wine Lines

      2014 Matanzas Creek Sauvignon Blanc, Sonoma County

      …2014 Matanzas Creek Sauvignon Blanc, Sonoma County Practice your glass swirling technique, because you’re going to need it for this wine, which presents an initial impression of cat pee — not unusual for Sauvignon Blanc. But with vigorous swirling, that “aroma” dissipates, giving way to an herbal pungency that’s complemented by notes of white…

      1 readers - By Wine Lines

      2013 Paul Dolan Sauvignon Blanc, Mendocino County

      …2013 Paul Dolan Sauvignon Blanc, Mendocino County Floral and fruit forward, this wine presents good acidity in the mouth with a touch of rosewater viscosity. Notes of lime, white peach, banana and lemongrass entice the nose, refresh the palate and invite another sip. A real gem from the little known Potter Valley area of Mendocino County…

      1 readers - By Wine Lines

      Patterson Cellars 2013 Forbidden White, Columbia Valley, $18

      …Patterson Cellars 2013 Forbidden White, Columbia Valley, $18 By Great Northwest Wine on October 1, 2014 Woodinville vintner John Patterson creates develops unique blends under his Forbidden series, and they have some pedigree to them. In the case of this blend of Chardonnay (35%), Marsanne (19%) Sauvignon Blanc (13%), Pinot Gris (12%), Roussanne…

      1 readers - By Great Northwest Wine

      Wine Tasting Dinner: Sauvignon Blanc from Around the World

      …Sauvignon Blanc has been one of our favorite white varieties for years. We have a soft spot for Sauvignon Blanc from the Marlborough region of New Zealand, which was solidified on our trip to the region in 2005. Ever since, we have made it a point to try Sauvignon Blanc from other countries/regions when we have the chance. We decided to put two…

      5 readers - By Wine Peeps

      A Day in Meursault

      …In the center of Meursault are several quaint hotels and restaurants A Day in Meursault The next village over from our rental home in Puligny Montrachet is Meursault. Like Puligny Montrachet, Meursault is famous for its White Burgundy wines. We spent a day in Meursault exploring the center of town. We did this on Sunday expecting little activity…

      3 readers - By Wine Country Getaways

      FARMYARD LIFE: THE BIG EYE-OFF

      …“Sod the wine, I want to suck on the writing. This man White is an instinctive writer, bloody rare to find one who actually pulls it off, as in still gets a meaning across with concision. Sharp arbitrage of speed and risk, closest thing I can think of to Cicero’s ‘motus continuum animi.’ Probably takes a drink or two to connect like that: he…

      1 readers - By drinkster

      Top Ten White Wines of the 2014 Newport Mansions Wine and Food Festival

      …Now it’s time for the top whites. (you can read about the Top Ten Reds here) We’ve been drinking more white wines lately, and due to that fact we’re expanding to a Top Ten list for whites. There were many good ones. A few trends were that Sauvignon Blanc was everywhere, Chardonnay is still everywhere, and the Rose craze seems to have died down…

      7 readers - By Red Wine Please!

      Costero Bay Chardonnay

      …DOVER SOLE WITH BROWNED CAPER BUTTER INGREDIENTS: • 4 Dover Sole Fillets • 1 Cup Flour • 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil • 1/2 Teaspoon Sea Salt • 1/2 Teaspoon Freshly Ground Black Pepper • 3 Tablespoons Butter, unsalted • White Wine • 1 Lemon, juiced • 2 Tablespoons Capers • 2 Tablespoons Parsley Leaves, chopped • Salt and Freshly Ground Pepper, to taste…

      1 readers - By WineStyles

      IN PHOTOS Celebrating at Adamvs - New Wine Release, New Tasting Room

      … for "of this red earth" is a play on both the red, Howell Mountain soils on which the vineyards sit and the name of its owners, philanthropists Denise and Stephen Adams, who already know something about great wines, owning two Bordeaux chateau in France. The couple bought what was formerly White Cottage Ranch in 2008 and are doing everything right to make…

      3 readers - By Organic Wines Uncorked

      Langley's Chaberton Estate Winery rebrands - slightly

      …Photo: Chaberton winemaker Barbara Hall A harvest of spectacular quality is underway in the largest and oldest Fraser Valley vineyard – the 40 plus acres behind Chaberton Estate Winery south of Langley. The vineyard was planted in 1982 by Claude and Inge Violet. They planted only early-ripening white varietals like Siegerrebe, Madeleine Angevine…

      4 readers - By John Schreiner on wine

      Weekend Recap - 2014 NSLC Port Of Wines Festival

      … interesting time pouring some very interesting French wines. Shannon poured the Terraburdigala Roc de Jean Lys (70% Merlot and 30% Cabernet Franc) and Thienpont Bordeaux White (75% Sauvignon Blanc and 25% Semillion). I was lucky enough to pour the Brut and Rose from the Deutz Champagne House as well as the Famille Bougrier Muscadet. The crowds were…

      3 readers - By The Unfussy Wine Enthusiasts

      Blind Tasting Bordeaux at Bouley!

      … Eggs, Comte Cheese, White Italian Truffles, and Scallions hit the table. The warm comforting side of this dish made the terroir pop out of these wines, where the minerality stood up to the bold truffle flavors, and the cheese effortlessly smoothed it all out making this a unique and delectable pairing. With Bordeaux, there will always be a meat…

      3 readers - By Somm In The City