Daily Archives: June 10, 2019

160. Wine Art

Surfchild. has added a photo to the pool: For WAH who are visiting wine art. I have so much going on atm. Once we have internet (estimated Thursday now) I will share more but while I’m relying on patchy 4G and the even patchier mobile app, I’m sticking with my one a day!! Source : https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/48035041632/in/[email protected]

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Wine Time :) | Solo Por La Luz

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‘It’s not fair’ – Trump repeats French wine tariffs complaint

In a wide-ranging interview with business news channel CNBC, Trump said that ‘France charges us a lot for the wine, and yet we charge them very little’. After saying that unnamed people in California had complained to him about this, he added, ‘You know what? It’s not fair. We’ll do something about it.’ His statement echoes a tweet in November …

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A big bottle 160*365

? Georgie R has added a photo to the pool: A double sized bottle of wine – 150ml The hereios of the We’re Here! group have paid a visit to the Wine artl group today. Stuck for an idea for your daily 365 shot? Join the hereios of the We’re Here! group for inspiration. Source : https://www.flickr.com/photos/funfilledgeorgie/48034807291/in/[email protected]

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Auction Napa Valley: Why everyone should go at least once

‘A weekend of fine wine and food decadence…’ Why do I believe that everyone should go to Auction Napa Valley at least once? Put simply, it is one of the most fun wine parties in the world; imagine an entire weekend of fabulous eating and drinking with a chance to play insider in one of the planet’s most beautiful wine regions. …

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Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For June 10, 2019

I taste a bunch-o-wine (technical term for more than most people). So each week, I share some of my wine reviews (mostly from samples) and tasting notes in a “mini-review” format.  They are meant to be quirky, fun, and (mostly) easily-digestible reviews of (mostly) currently available wines (click here for the skinny on how to read them), and are presented …

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New Sparkling Rosés from North America, Europe and South Africa

Sparkling rosé is made all over the world.  In this article, we review new releases from North America [California, New York, Oregon, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Virginia] and Europe [Austria, France] and South Africa. Sparkling rosés come from numerous grapes—almost all vitis vinifera—and are made using various techniques that contribute effervescence to the wine.  Those interested in learning more about …

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Daily Wine News: Natural Wine + Wellness

In VinePair, I respond to the New York Times piece about natural wine and self-care. “No alcoholic beverage is healthy. While some of it may be less bad for you than others, no alcohol is inherently good for you. Not triple-distilled vodka, not veggie-based cocktails, not low-calorie beer. Not even natural wine… By spreading the idea that it’s better than …

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St-Emilion classification: Do vineyards matter? – Ask Decanter  

Vineyards surround St-Emilion’s historic centre. A Bordeaux court of appeal recently upheld the St-Emilion classification of 2012 against a years-long challenge by three estates, Châteaux Croque Michotte, La Tour du Pin Figeac and Corbin Michotte. We may not be finished yet, but that’s another story. Decanter’s Jane Anson said in a column this week, ‘St-Emilion’s classification system has invariably been overshadowed by arguments and legal …

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Georges Duboeuf’s Beaujolais Nouveau Label Design Now Goes Public

This one reminds me of Willamette Valley’s Oak Knoll Winery. Being the exclusive partner of Portland’s popular Rose Parade, as regards wine, Oak Knoll Winery conducts an annual, label design contest. The inspiration, actualization, anticipation, and gratification for everyone in the process takes on a life of its own, until announced. It’s a lot simpler […] Source : https://www.wine-blog.org/index.php/2019/06/10/georges-duboeufs-beaujolais-nouveau-label-design-now-goes-public/

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St-Estèphe’s unsung heroes

Much has been written about recent cellar renovations at Châteaux Calon Ségur, Cos d’Estournel and Montrose. These three great estates from the northern Médoc appellation of St-Estèphe – along with fellow classified growths Châteaux Lafon Rochet and Cos Labory – serve as ‘motors’ for the appellation. Scroll down for Panos Kakaviatos’ top wines from St-Estèphe See Panos Kakaviatos’ top wines …

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Vinography Images: The Last Gold

The Last Gold PAUILLAC, FRANCE: The last golden light of day falls on Château Lafite Rothschild, which has been owned by the Rothschild family since the 19th Century. Lafite, as it is affectionately known, is one of four First Growths established by the 1855 Classification in Bordeaux. INSTRUCTIONS: Download this image by right-clicking on the image and selecting “save link …

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A little Wine Art | I like wine bottles for the wine inside,…

I like wine bottles for the wine inside, but the Big White House is one of my favorite wineries at the moment, and they also have some beautiful labels too.   I’ve been quite busy of late, but these bottles are just sitting in my wine cooler, waiting for a nice reason to be opened. I think they might have …

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