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    • Verdicchio di Matelica Poggio alle Rondini 2013

      I am partial to a regular Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi, not just when it comes in the super-cool “Gina Lollobrigida” bottles. Okay so not everyone thinks those hourglass bottles are super-cool, but that’s probably because they are not super-cool people. This Verdicchio di Matelica Poggio alle Rondini is made from the same kind of grapes, but grown up the road on slightly ...

      Golly's Wine Drops- 195 readers -
    • 5 Things You’ll Learn About Wine Tasting from Anthony Giglio

      Instead of focusing on wine tasting as some sort of elaborate, rigid routine fraught with ritual and stern judgement, wouldn’t it be nice if someone could just break it down for you via a few simple rules that maximize pleasure and learning while minimizing angst and consternation? I was witness to just that when, as an invited media guest at the Taste of Tulalip, I attended Anthony Giglio‘s g.

      Jameson Fink/ Jameson Fink- 6 readers -
    • Indie Wines – The Paso Garagiste Festival 2014

      Photo by Tom Lake I recently returned from two days at the Paso Garagiste Festival. This is the event’s fourth year, and it has grown leaps and bounds since I wrote about the inaugural event in 2011. That year, 44 wineries participated in a one-day event; now it is a four day event. This year 60 wineries alone poured on Saturday, November 8 at the Grand Tasting; another 19 wi ...

      WineFashionista- 8 readers -
  • Blenheim Vineyards

    …. We tasted 5 wines, all 2013 vintage, that afternoon. We started with two white wines. We had a Chardonnay ($17), which was mostly aged in steel, but a quarter of the wine was barrel aged. This softened the wine a bit without loosing that crispy fruitiness. We especially liked the Painted White ($25), a blend of Marsanne, Viognier, and Pinot Noir…

    Wine About Virginiain Cabernet Franc Syrah- 3 readers -
  • Thursday Sips &Nibbles

    … “Leftover” Scallop Rangoon (smeared on a bagel - $12) and Kung Pao Chicken Terrine (with eggs - $10). For those looking for a more traditional hangover brunch experience, Chef Gilmartin will The River Bar Breakfast Sando (egg, Taylor Pork Roll, Brillat Savarin cheese, leeks, stone & skillet English muffin - $14), Bourbon French Toast ($10…

    Richard Auffrey/ The Passionate Foodie- 2 readers -
  • HOLIDAY WINE Shopping List

    … Here you go. Billy’s Best Bottles shopping list for the holidays. White, red and sweet. Slainte! Download it here. HOLIDAY WINES 2014 …

    Billy's Best Bottles- 7 readers -
  • Frosty’s Chocolate Orange Martini

    …, but that’s not much of a hardship, is it? Frosty’s Chocolate Orange Martini 2 shots orange juice 1 shot Stoli Vanil 2/3 shot white crème de cacao 1/3 shot Grand Marnier 1 shot cardamom-infused simple syrup Finely grated Terry’s White Chocolate Orange Granulated sugar Slices of Terry’s Milk Chocolate Orange Directions: Chill a martini glass. Rim…

    Rebecca Gomez Farrell/ Rebecca Gomez Farrell- 3 readers -
  • Loire Valley Wine: Anjou Saumur Wines Sparkle (VIDEO)

    … smaller area. Climate: Anjou has a temperate maritime climate that is mainly dry, with a narrow variation in temperature, known as the proverbial douceur angevine (Anjou sweetness). Among the wines of Anjou, Savennières is noted for its dry Chenin blanc wines and the Coteaux du Layon for its sweet dessert wines that includes the botrytized wines…

    Monique Soltani/ Wine Oh TVin Riesling- 10 readers -
  • Taste Washington ticket sales begin with holiday discount

    … also are available. Saturday’s program includes Appellation Spotlight: Columbia Gorge with Master Sommelier Matt Stamp ($48), The Chardonnay Revival with writer Sean Sullivan ($48) and Washington vs. the World with retailer Doug Charles. ($89). On Sunday, there’s the AVA Spotlight: Red Mountain with Sullivan ($48), The Cider Renaissance with cider advocate David Flaherty ($38) and Wine Tasting with the Masters, presented by winemaker/Master Sommelier Greg Harrington($48). The post appeared first on Great Northwest Wine. …

    Eric Degerman/ Great Northwest Wine- 5 readers -
  • NJ Wines to Buy for Christmas and New Year’s

    … Winery Chardonnay – One of this variety, an older vintage, took 4th place among white wines in the “Judgement of Princeton” wine contest held by Princeton University, which paired French wines against NJ wines in a blind taste test. Unionville Vineyards Pinot Grigio - This wine was one of the best Pinot Grigio’s I’ve had. It’s just right. It’s…

    NJ Wine with Me- 6 readers -
  • Blind Leading The Blind Wine Tasting

    … I was never much of a fan of blind wine tasting, I figured it was simply an easy way to make a complete fool out of myself. I just knew that at some point I would mistake a Malbec for a Riesling and anyway I want to enjoy a glass of wine, not turn it into a test. So when Francis Ford Coppola Winery came to Chicago with their “Tasting in the Dark…

    CHEAP WINE FINDERin Cabernet Sauvignon Sauvignon Blanc- 21 readers -
  • Traveling Winers Weekend Wine Picks – 15 Dec 2014

    … Explore a new wine this weekend! Whether you’re into dry, sweet, red, white, Italian, French or even “Hops”, consider trying our suggestions below! Traveling Winers Weekend Wine Picks Tom Joe “Hops ‘r Better” Winer Wine: Fiestarita Type: White Vineyard: Fiesta Vineyard & Winery Buy local A semi-sweet white wine with hints of tangerine…

    Khristine Claud/ The Vineyard Trail- 6 readers -
  • South Africa – Vote Yes

    …-farmed bush vines. Even the Chardonnay. Irrigation is out, cooler site selection is in. They’ll be harvesting in bonnets and clogs next. The trend in the cellar is very much back-to-basics, minimising sulphur, reducing use of new oak and eschewing additives. I’ve never heard so many winemakers preaching the benefits of wild yeasts. Some winemakers…

    Tim Atkin MW- 7 readers -
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