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  • Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For December 8, 2014

    …;>find this wine<< 12 Fox Run Vineyards Semi-Dry Riesling (Finger Lakes): Peaches, limes, and a strong preference for sweet and spicy Asian take-out. $14 B >>find this wine<< 11 Pina D’Adamo Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon (Napa Valley): Iron fist, velvet glove, and several handfuls of stones and garden herbs. $75 A- >…

    1 Wine Dudein Syrah Riesling- 4 readers -
  • HENRY'S SELFIE WINS $4000 BOOK AT WBM

    … perchance encounter in our judging. There were many, but not many were well photographed. We've become a tribe of happy snappers. Henry wins a bottle of the brilliant Penfolds Grange 2010, and a $4,000 Collector’s Edition copy of A Year in the Life of Grange. His victory was announced in the essential regular round-up of the week in Australian…

    Philip White/ drinkster- 1 readers -
  • Four Vinho Verdes Not To Miss!

    … for the proverbial buck, so please advise if you find a great bargain on these in your neighborhood! à votre santé! Like this: Like Loading... Related Tags: Portuguese, Vinho Verde, White wine review, Wine Review …

    jvb uncorkedin Riesling- 1 readers -
  • These are a few of my favorite drinks of 2014

    … is a thing, I’m liking gin a lot. Made by the first distillery to open in Washington DC since prohibition, Green Hat has beautiful floral, herbal and citric notes, plus a hint of cucumber on a smooth silky palate. $43/Distillery. Liberty Distillery Railspur No. 1 White Whiskey This Vancouver moonshine, er, whiskey has smooth mouthfeel, citric…

    Mari Kane/ Tasting Room Confidentialin Sauvignon Blanc- 1 readers -
  • Clos du Bois Chardonnay North Coast 2012

    … and the only wine that owned up to being American was embarrassed at the thought – calling itself “blush”. So, that “American Burgundy” smell, it’s oak mostly along with super ripe fruit and malolactic fermentation. Think toffee apple pie with vanilla ice cream. The wine is dry, but the fruit is sweet. There’s a medium acidity, but it’s got…

    Golly's Wine Dropsin Chardonnay- 3 readers -
  • GOOD EXCUSE TO CROSS THE FLEURIEU

    …. The exhibition is part of an ongoing partnership between the Alexandrina Council and the South Australian Murray Darling Basin Natural Resources Management Board, with financial assistance from the Australia Council and Country Arts SA. I really liked a little painting full of joyous yellow, called Canola Fields. It was painted by Yvonne Rhodes. That's her Clayton lightshow at the bottom ... apologies for my focus getting blurry so late in the evening ... photos by Philip White …

    Philip White/ drinkster- 1 readers -
  • Wines of the Week: Two Opulent Winter Whites

    … Blue outside, yellow inside. Such are winter evenings in the North Country. It’s been snowing all day, and now as the velvet darkness settles down we light the hearth and touch a match to our candles’ wicks. White wine does belong on the winter table, especially substantial whites, ones that bloom upon the tongue, luxuriating even as they draw…

    Meg Houston Maker/ Maker's Table- 2 readers -
  • Be Impressed by Spierhead Winery 2013 Vintage Wines

    … cases of this wine were produced. It has a medium lemon skin colour in the glass. Lots of tropical fruit on the nose, together with lemon, pears, white flowers, vanilla, and a hint of pine needle and evolves to a lime scent adding some complexity. It has a heavier, viscous, very round mouth feel, but also a higher amount of acidity to keep…

    MyWinePalin Pinot Noir Chardonnay- 2 readers -
  • Weekly Interview: Steve McIntyre

    … tradition with new varieties in a very traditional growing area. Steven Kistler: for making some of the most beautiful Chardonnays I have ever tasted. And Ken Wright: for taking Oregon Pinot to new heights. What new winemakers are you most excited about, and why? Eric Laumann pushes the envelope with new varieties (Dornfelder) with his Cambiata line…

    Albert Pak/ Terroirist: A Daily Wine Blog- 2 readers -
  • A Post From Under The Floorboards (Two Grenache Blancs As Winter Warmers)

    … readership ought to know that in the near term, I might not be getting to the things I want to get to within the time-frames that you or I might want. And so, the producer deep dives are going to have to wait a bit, but I did manage to get stoked enough about two recent white wine samples, the kind that delivered a brief, warming respite during…

    1 Wine Dude- 2 readers -
  • Friday Feature Photo: The Whitewashed Walls of Arcos, Andalucia

    … are exhilarating views over the town and the rolling plain below. Desktop Wallpaper: To download this image, simply right-click on the image and select “save link as” or “save target as”, then select the preferred location on your computer to save the photo. Purchase: Please contact the photographer directly if you’re keen to purchase their photo. Tags: Andalucia, andalusia, foto, photo, pueblo, Spain, spring, tour, tourism, Travel, village, white …

    Gabriella Opaz/ Catavino- 1 readers -
  • Wine of the Week 28 – Saint-Chinian, excitement from the Languedoc

    … and fresh earth. The palate is a revelation! Sumptuously fruity with a lovey touch of freshness lightening the load. Delicious, fresh and lively but with rich, ripe, deep blackberry, raspberry, strawberry, black cherry and dark plum fruit. There is a little dark chocolate too. It really delicious stuff and sinfully drinkable – 88/100 points. Available…

    Quentin Sadler's Wine Page- 3 readers -
  • Orange is the New Black

    … with 3/4 cup Avocado Oil. The fillets cook rather quickly over moderate heat, so have a paper towel lined plate ready to go take on the perfectly cooked fillets. As for the rice, that is so easy. First put away that box of Uncle Ben's and bust out that rice cooker you received when you were married the first time. Bust out the bag of Cal-rose…

    Bill Eyer/ Cuvée Corner Wine Blog - 2 readers -
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