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    Pinot with Passion: Wooing Tree Vineyard | Central Otaga, NZ

    Wooing Tree Vineyard’s trademark Wooing Tree towers above the pinot noir vines beneath a summer sky. Wooing Tree Vineyard’s partners in crime: Steve Farquarson (L), wife Thea, sister Jane, and brother-in-law Geoff Bews. Welcome to binNotes: Meet the Winemaker Like wine? You’ve landed on the right page! Today’s Exclusive: Wooing Tree Vineyard | Central Otago, NZ by L.M.

    7 readers - By binNotes | a wine blog

    Seth Martin of Perissos Vineyard and Winery Winemaker Profile

    The post Seth Martin of Perissos Vineyard and Winery Winemaker Profile appeared first on Texas Wine Lover. Seth Martin is the co-owner, winemaker, and viticulturist at Perissos Vineyard and Winery in Burnet, Texas. With the large estate vineyard, the wines produced at Perissos are mostly Estate wines.

    4 readers - By Texas Wine Lover

      Viña Koyle: Cristóbal, Carmenere & Auma

      The Passionate Foodie - - 4 readers - The art of blending. The death of 700,000 beetles. Cow horns filled with dung. An indigenous Chilean flower. The soul. These were all fascinating topics that arose during a recent dinner I attended at Alden & Harlow with Matt Demers of Quintessential Wines and Cristóbal Undurraga Marimón, co-owner and winemaker at Viña Koyle, a Chilean winery.

      Have you ever thought about Making Your Own Wine at Home?

      Wine Blog - - 4 readers - Making your own wine is done by a lot of home winemakers. And, if you’ve ever thought about making your own wine, right in the comfort of your home, there’s a great new book on the market. Written by Lori Stahl, and published by Fox Chapel Publishing, Making Your Own Wine at Home is a no nonsense book that’s a practical, how-to beginners’ guide.

      If you want a Moniker Wine, name it that… Moniker Wines

      Wine Blog - - 4 readers - MONIKER WINE: it’s not brain surgery, people, but look how long it took someone to come up with the actual moniker as a wine brand. Now that it’s out there, the rest of us are all slapping our foreheads. Leave it to the folks at Mendocino Wine Company, to branch out into the Moniker realm. I remember when I wrote about Petite Sirah being the John Wayne of wine varieties.

      Dark & Delicious Petite Sirah® returns on February 20, 2015

      Wine Blog - - 3 readers - Dark & Delicious Petite Sirah®,Dark & Delicious™,Event,Food & Wine,Petite Sirah,PS I Love You,Wine,Wine Business,Wine tasting,Winemaker,Winery,Zinfandel About the ® in Dark & Delicious Petite Sirah®… ← This image to the left, is NOT a PS I LOVE YOU event. ← This one is a case of trademark infringement.

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      Gervasi Vineyard: A Little Tract of Italy in Ohio

      … Can’t make that trip to Italy this year? For wine enthusiasts in the United States, Italy may be a little closer than you think. If you can make it to Canton, Ohio, that is. Make the trip, because you’re in for a treat. Gervasi Vineyard is like a little tract of Italy nestled in the northeast corner of The Buckeye State. Stay for a weekend…

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      Seth Martin of Perissos Vineyard and Winery Winemaker Profile

      … Roussanne paired with fish tacos, Racker’s Blend paired with a tender steak, and a nice beef stew complemented by Syrah. If you didn’t make wine, what would you do? Farming is really attractive to me at this point in my life. I’m creative by nature, so I am sure I would be building something if I were not farming. This is where God has me…

      4 readers - By Texas Wine Lover

      José Maria da Fonseca: Portuguese Pride

      … number of fascinating indigenous grapes. Domingos noted that this significant number is due to an ancient glacial push, which benefited Italy, Spain and Portugal. Personally, I've often preferred Portuguese wines made from indigenous grapes, which I think provide the wines with more of a Portuguese character, more reflective of terroir. Domingoes…

      2 readers - By Richard Auffrey/ The Passionate Foodie

      Autumn’s Claire-ity [sic]

      …://www.lafrenzwinery.com/ . Where I live in Okanagan wine country for many that means the real work begins. I’ll see less of my winemaker friends for a while as they divine those precious grapes into that magic elixir of BC wine we love. I use the word “divine” consciously. It’s not that I think the process just happens rather I appreciate that it takes…

      2 readers - By Roz's small fry Blog

      If you want a Moniker Wine, name it that… Moniker Wines

      … the John Wayne of wine varieties. I put it out to all of the members to use that as branding… And it was branded by the Mendocino Wine Company. (It’s so great when someone is actually paying attention and understands a good idea.) Owner Tim Thornhill came to an event that I was holding in Orlando at Universal Studios, being put on by the National Pork…

      4 readers - By Jo Diaz/ Wine Blog

      Have you ever thought about Making Your Own Wine at Home?

      … to understand program. If you’ve been toying with making your own wine, just do it with the help of this book. I don’t think it could be more simple, inspiring, and all-encompassing for anything else I haven’t mentioned, with this new companion guide. Lori lists how to make the following Vitis vinifera, with the Concord grape being only exception…

      4 readers - By Jo Diaz/ Wine Blog

      Viña Koyle: Cristóbal, Carmenere & Auma

      … The art of blending. The death of 700,000 beetles. Cow horns filled with dung. An indigenous Chilean flower. The soul. These were all fascinating topics that arose during a recent dinner I attended at Alden & Harlow with Matt Demers of Quintessential Wines and Cristóbal Undurraga Marimón, co-owner and winemaker at Viña Koyle, a Chilean…

      4 readers - By Richard Auffrey/ The Passionate Foodie

      Pinot with Passion: Wooing Tree Vineyard | Central Otaga, NZ

      … Vineyard | Central Otago, NZ by L.M. Archer, FWS Follow binNotes: | Twitter | Pinterest | Facebook | Pinterest It all started with the tree. The Wooing Tree. A rendevous spot for most of Central Otaga’s ‘wooing’ couples. Fertile ground indeed, and the eventual site for award-winning Wooing Tree Vineyard, known for their ‘Pinot with Passion…

      7 readers - By binNotes | a wine blog

      Dark & Delicious Petite Sirah® returns on February 20, 2015

      …Dark & Delicious Petite Sirah®,Dark & Delicious™,Event,Food & Wine,Petite Sirah,PS I Love You,Wine,Wine Business,Wine tasting,Winemaker,Winery,Zinfandel About the ® in Dark & Delicious Petite Sirah®… ← This image to the left, is NOT a PS I LOVE YOU event. ← This one is a case of trademark infringement. ← If other entities didn’t…

      3 readers - By Jo Diaz/ Wine Blog

      Meet the Winemaker: Adam Campbell of Elk Cove Vineyards

      … Rosé Willamette Valley – a warm weather must-have. 2012 Pinot Noir Five Mountain – excellent for autumn and Thanksgiving. 2012 Pinot Noir Reserve – a very special wine for a very special occasion. Tags: adam campbell, elk cove vineyard, oregon pinot gris, oregon pinot noir, oregon wine, pinot noir, pinot noir five mountain, willakenzie soil…

      1 readers - By Christine Campbell/ The Alcohol Professor

      Robert H. Fritz of Solaro Estate Winemaker Profile

      … by the vineyards to hang out and enjoy what all of our lives, in the winemaking world, are about. What’s the greatest part about being a winemaker? Personally, my other world starts and finishes with a legal case. Winemaking encompasses history, patience, and the future of every vintage. What is your winemaking philosophy, that is, what are you trying…

      4 readers - By Texas Wine Lover

      Review of Kuhlman Cellars Texas Red 2012

      …, the change is very obvious. This is wine country, folks, and the gettin’ is good! There is a new winery on Highway 290, one that will be providing world class Texas wines made by a well-known and prominent French winemaker by the name of Bénédicte Rhyne. Owners Christopher and Jennifer Cobb had a vision to open their own winery and to produce…

      3 readers - By Jeremy Wilson/ Texas Wine Lover

      Age is a beautiful thing ~ Most especially in wine

      … language Reverence: Elders Individualism Focus: emphasizes independent thinking, oriented around oneself; if one rises above others, this is way cool and groovy Classes: A social outlook, political, philosophical, religious, economic Cultures: US, Canada, Great Britain, Italy, Australia, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Israel Communications: Low…

      5 readers - By Jo Diaz/ Wine Blog

      Argentina – A Reach For Higher Ground

      …Interestingly, Argentina’s wine history and culture began about the same time as our’s here in the U.S. Arguably more interesting is the fact that it began with the same impetus – Italian immigration. Today, Argentina has become known as the world’s largest purveyor of Malbec. Another thing that singles out Argentina – some of the highest altitude…

      7 readers - By GrapeRadio
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