Wine Reviews

    • Puppy Juice: Wine Tasting Gone to the Dogs (VIDEO)

      Puppy Juice: Wine Tasting Gone to the Dogs (VIDEO) 0 Puppy Power: Wine Tasting is Ruff Work I’ve been inspired by Last Week Tonight with John Oliver and their #PuppyJustice video hoping to get more people interested in Supreme Court cases. I often get asked why more people don’t watch wine related videos.

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    • Dutton Goldfield Chardonnay Dutton Ranch 2012

      Dutton Goldfield Chardonnay Dutton Ranch 2012, Rued Vineyard, Russian River Valley, CA, $50 – Rating 93 100% French oak barrel fermented with full malolactic. Robust aromas of baked apples, tropicals and spice with a hint of creaminess. A lush mouth-feel with ...

      Bacchus and Beeryin Chardonnay- 8 readers -
    • Wine of the Day November 8, 2014

      2013 Andrew Murray, Syrah “Tous les Jours” Santa Ynez Valley. Andrew Murray makes the best value priced Syrah in the state, no question, and the 2013 is one of the finest efforts to date, if you like Syrah, you’ll love this wine. From select vineyards, grown mostly all organic and with smaller yields, the Tous les Jours, Andrew’s entry level Syrah, is a lovely and full flavo ...

      grapelive.comin Syrah- 8 readers -
  • Wine of the Day November 26, 2014

    …, but is a nicely detailed wine with it’s own charms and beauty. While most people know Domaine Clusel-Roch for their Cote-Rotie and Condrieu the winery also does a few Gamay wines, including a rose even, and this Traboules is a delicious, almost Rhone like, example of this Beaujolais varietal. While a bit weird, this intriguing wine is wickedly cool… -
  • Wine of the week: Astoria Prosecco NV

    … The Wine Curmudgeon, slowly but surely, is understanding Prosecco, the Italian sparkling wine. First, because I’m making an effort to appreciate it, and not to dismiss Prosecco because it doesn’t taste the way I want it to taste. Second, because Prosecco winemaking has improved, so the wines are not just sweet and fizzy; also, that it’s possible…

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  • Gundlach-Bundschu Chardonnay

    … cooler growing regions showcase what this region is known for—distinctly fruit forward wines with focused acidity and lovely minerality. 4,343 case production. Rating: Very Good | $27 | 14.2% ABV This post was written by: Pamela Heiligenthal - who has written 303 posts on Enobytes Wine Online. Editor and co-founder of, Pamela…

    Pamela Heiligenthal/ Enobytesin Chardonnay- 1 readers -
  • Wine of the Day November 25, 2014

    … 2012 Black Kite, Pinot Noir, Kite’s Rest, Anderson Valley. Black Kite is one of the most prized Pinots in the state and the 2012’s are some of the best wines to date from this winery, if you’ve not had a chance to try them, this is the time. Well respected winemaker Jeff Gaffner of Saxon Brown, crafts all the Black Kite wines, which are mostly… 1 readers -
  • Winebits 361: Thanksgiving 2014 edition

    … Thanksgiving wine suggestions from around the Internet: • Keeping it simple: From Real Simple, part of the Martha Stewart magazine empire, “affordable” wines for Thanksgiving. And who says we’re not making progress on the cheap wine front? The recommendations include so many wines that I’ve reviewed here that I think the author may have visited…

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  • Wine of the Day November 24, 2014

    … take away a thing here, and of course Castello di Ama does do a single vineyard Merlot that is off the charts good, and a wallop to the wallet, in the same league as many exclusive Pomerol offerings, but back to the little Classico, it represents a fine value in today’s world and I highly recommend it. Castello di Ama is one of Tuscany’s most…

    grapelive.comin Merlot- 2 readers -
  • Expensive wine 69: Chateau Montelena

    … will be signature minerality on the finish. Highly recommended, even at this price, and a holiday gift for anyone who loves chardonnay. I asked Barrett what he did differently with chardonnay, compared to so many others in Napa, and his answer was perfect: He made the wine that the grapes gave him, and not to show what a wonderful winemaker he was. There’s no better description for a wine than that. The post Expensive wine 69: Chateau Montelena appeared first on Wine Curmudgeon. …

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  • Welcome a New Guest for Thanksgiving: Tempranillo

    … roasted Brussels sprouts. This holiday is all about the turkey, but the gravies and side dishes are the factors which affect my wine pairing decision. How about pouring a glass of Spain’s most widely planted red variety, Tempranillo, to jump start the holiday season? In general, wines of Tempranillo have less alcohol than Garnacha and Monastrell, other…

    Cindy Rynning/ Grape Experiences- 4 readers -
  • Grapelive Extra: Tasting California History in the Glass

    … 2012 Bucklin, Ancient, Old Hill Ranch, Proprietary Red, Sonoma Valley. Will Bucklin’s latest Zinfandel blend from the historic Old Hill Ranch is a stunner, this is an awesome wine and one of the best reds of the vintage in California! First planted in 1852 and becoming California’s first vineyard to be planted with Zinfandel, Old Hill Ranch… 5 readers -
  • Niner Sauvignon Blanc

    …, Vegetarian Times, VIV Magazine, UC-Berkeley Astrobiology News, The Washington Post, the Associated Press, and USA Today. True to her roots, she seeks varietal and appellation integrity and is always passionate about finding the next great bottle of wine. Contact the author …

    Pamela Heiligenthal/ Enobytesin Sauvignon Blanc- 8 readers -
  • Wine Reviews: Stinson Vineyards

    …: $17 Beautiful light strawberry color. Aromas of bananas, watermelon and strawberries, with a hint of sea salt and spicy oregano. Juicy and fresh on the palate with lots of watermelon, banana and ruby red grapefruit, gushing and delicious, backed up by notes of herbs, a kick of pepper and some sea salt notes. Dry and clean but a kick of red Jolly…

    Isaac Baker/ Terroirist: A Daily Wine Blogin Sauvignon Blanc- 5 readers -
  • Wine of the Day November 21, 2014

    2013 Arnot-Roberts, Chardonnay, Trout Gulch Vineyard, Santa Cruz Mountains. The Trout Gulch Chardonnay comes off a vineyard above Aptos in the cool south Santa Cruz Mountains, not far from the ocean on a loamy hillsides that face mostly south, this is a great site for Chardonnay and Pinot. Duncan Meyers, Arnot-Roberts winemaker loves this vineyard, now farmed by Richard Alfa ... 5 readers -
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