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    If You Watch One Video About Australian Wine Watch This One (VIDEO)

    Monique Soltani Interviews Bill Hardy of Hardys Wine Bill Hardy, Monique Soltani Curious why Australians call their most well known wine Shiraz, while everyone else in the world calls it Syrah? We get that and a whole lot more straight from the Aussie’s mouth. Not ...

    21 readers - By Wine Oh TV

    How to Buy the Perfect Summer Wine

    In this episode of our wine education video series, we look at to buy a terrific summer wine, whether it’s for fresh seafood, barbecued meats or crisp salad. Also find out why you should take ano...

    15 readers - By Natalie MacLean
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      Mini-reviews 63: Da Vinci, Fetzer, Villa Maria, Santa Cristina

      … California. This means less soft fruitiness and more earthiness, plus sangiovese’s tell-tale sour cherry. • Fetzer Gewurztraminer Shaly Loam 2012 ($8, purchased, 12%): This white wine won a platinum at the 2014 Critic’s Challenge, and  if that seems to be a bit of a stretch, it’s still an excellent example of an off-dry gewurtzraminer (though…

      4 readers - By The Wine Curmudgeon

      Force Majeure: Moving to Woodinville

      … I’m looking forward to seeing the new place from Force Majeure which should be opening up sometime in August. They are moving from their space in Totem Lake to Woodinville. Susan told me a bit of what prompted the move and sent me a few pictures of how the space looks right now. The move was prompted by the addition of  Todd Alexander…

      3 readers - By Woodinville Wine Update

      William Knuttel Russian River Valley Chardonnay 2011

      … and produced at Knuttel’s Oakville (Napa County) facility. The juice was aged on the lees for 16 months in all-new French oak. Alcohol content is 13.9%. I liked the wine from first whiff, reminiscent of sea air over a pineapple grove. Juicy and decently balanced, there are gobs of Dole fruit within. I braced for oak, and some does settle…

      6 readers - By Pennsylvania Vine Company

      Wine of the week: Sara Bee Moscato NV

      … Sweet wine is not easy to review, and this doesn’t even take into account that a lot of sweet wine isn’t worth reviewing — poorly made, sweeter than Coke, and as cynical as a carnival barker. Many of the Wine Curmudgeon’s readers — half? more? — will skip this review in annoyance and some will even cancel their email subscription in disgust…

      5 readers - By The Wine Curmudgeon

      2011 Kuentz-Bas Pinot Blanc: Alsatian For The Win

      … Tonight, I'll be sipping a variety of Alsatian wines during dinner at Puritan & Co. As I've said before, Alsatian wines are underappreciated by the average wine consumer and deserve more press, to alert wine consumers to the pleasures of these wines. This summer, many people will drink more white wines and they should check out some Alsatian…

      6 readers - By The Passionate Foodie

      Market Vineyards: Grand Opening

      … Stop by Market Vineyards on Saturday, July 26th from noon until 5pm for their official Grand Opening. They are located at 14810 145th Street, Suite A2 by the Hollywood Schoolhouse. Tweet This Post…

      4 readers - By Woodinville Wine Update

      Santa Margherita Pinot Grigio: Still The One

      … recommended. If you find yourself pining for Pinot Grigio as your go-to wine, you’re in luck. Kirkland Signature brand’s 2013 Pinot Grigio from Italy’s northeasternmost Friuli region is a lip-smacking quaffer. For about $7, you can enjoy this refreshing, minerally white with tasty citrus and peach flavors – and it’s a screwcap. Even better, it clocks…

      4 readers - By Write on Wines

      If You Watch One Video About Australian Wine Watch This One (VIDEO)

      … Monique Soltani Interviews Bill Hardy of Hardys Wine Bill Hardy, Monique Soltani Curious why Australians call their most well known wine Shiraz, while everyone else in the world calls it Syrah? We get that and a whole lot more straight from the Aussie’s mouth. Not just from any Aussie, but one of the most famous names in Australian…

      21 readers - By Wine Oh TV

      How to Buy the Perfect Summer Wine

      … In this episode of our wine education video series, we look at to buy a terrific summer wine, whether it’s for fresh seafood, barbecued meats or crisp salad. Also find out why you should take another look at rose wine this summer. What’s your favourite warm weather wine? Post with permission of Canadian Press (CP). The post How to Buy the Perfect Summer Wine appeared first on Natalie MacLean. …

      15 readers - By Natalie MacLean

      Aged Riesling fromt the Angels

      … Fans of ‘aged’ Riesling will love this new release from Angels Gate. Wonderful freshness and purity along with the herbaceous/petrol flavours that characterize aged Riesling. Not as rich as the Alsace variety – more of the purity and mineral zing of a German Mosel. ANGELS GATE 2009 Riesling ‘Mountainview’ VQA Beamsville Bench 373175 $16.95…

      5 readers - By Billy's Best Bottles

      Wine of the Week 9 – a winning Riesling

      …Many of you regular readers will know that I love the Riesling grape. For me Riesling produces some of the very best white wines in the world and, in my opinion even a modest example can deliver a huge amount of … Continue reading →…

      7 readers - By Quentin Sadler's Wine Page

      Quick Pour: Ramulose Ridge Vineyards Traminette 2012

      …Producer: Ramulose Ridge Vineyards Region: Central Virginia, Virginia Price: $18 Vintage: 2012 Varietals: 100% Traminette ABV: 12.5% Virginia Pour House Notes: VERY aromatic! Jasmine, lilac, clover and lychee in the nose. Flavors of honey dew melon and honeysuckle with crisp, bright acidity bracketing the sweetness and an off dry finish of cedar…

      5 readers - By Virginia Pour House

      Auction of Washington Wines: Picnic & Barrel Auction

      … One of my favorite wine events of the year is coming up; Auction of Washington Wines Picnic. There is plenty of wine and food and winemkers for the Picnic.  The money raised at the Picnic and the other Auction of Washington Wines events go towards uncompensated care at Seattle Children’s Hospital and Viticulture and Enology Research at Washington…

      1 readers - By Woodinville Wine Update
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