Daily Archives: June 13, 2019

He Asked, What Do You Think… Will CBD Be cutting Into Wine Sales?

I had just received an Email from the CBD Awareness project, as they’re scouring for CBD advocates. I’ve had an earlier thought about this issue on my blog. I’m on record. Then, I found myself in a discussion with a legend winery owner, and decided to share what I think. This vintner was truly frightened, […] Source : https://www.wine-blog.org/index.php/2019/06/13/he-asked-what-do-you-think-will-cbd-be-cutting-into-wine-sales/

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Fowles Wine Farm To Table 2017 Pinot Noir | Fowles Wine is a…

Fowles Wine is an award winning family owned winery located in the Strathbogie Ranges, Victoria, Australia. The Strathbogie Ranges has been established as a wine region for nearly half a century and craft a range of cool climate wines within six core brands: The Rule, The Exception, Ladies who Shoot their Lunch, Are you Game?, Stone Dwellers and 490metres.   …

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Diagonal taste

simone.pelatti has added a photo to the pool: Bottles of Barbera at Vinery”Vallona”, Castello di Serravalle (BO) Sony a7m2 with FE 28 70 oss. Minimum edit in Gimp and Adobe Lightroom. #wine; #bottle; #diagonal; #winery; #yellow; #black; #blue; Source : https://www.flickr.com/photos/simonepelatti/48042545283/in/[email protected]

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Leather Bound Wine Log : Cellar Book | Leather Bound Wine Lo…

Leather Bound Wine Log Wine Log, Cellar Book, Tasting Journal Dimensions: 215mm x 155mm Hardback book with a black cover and gold embossing. Section One – Wine Tasting Basics, A simple guide for accessing wine. Includes a glossary of over 300 tasting terms, a wine cellar guide and wine temperature serving information. Done Source : https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/48041456926/in/[email protected]

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Rosés of Pinot Noir from Around the World: The 2018 Vintage

Rosés made of Pinot Noir are the stars of this year’s rosé tasting. They’re typically light red in color, fragrant with red cherry and pomegranate scents, medium bodied with good fullness in the mouth, and flavorful with flavors that mirror the bouquet. Like every other category of rosé they vary from region to region and producer to producer.  Despite stylistic …

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Majestic Wine in advanced talks over sale

Majestic CEO Rowan Gormley says the best option is to sell the group’s retail and commercial divisions. Retail arm, which currently has around 200 stores, to be sold off as parent company rebrands to Naked Wines Retail MD says standalone Majestic ‘here to stay’ amid expectation that buyer will invest in business Group sinks into red for financial year due …

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2 Legit 2 Quit (The Revitalization of Château Pédesclaux)

Ah, good old, dependable Château Pédesclaux. Well, for those in the know when it comes to Bordeaux, this Pauillac producer was dependable for decades… in that one could usually depend on it to under-perform. Established back in 1810 by the wine broker who gave it its name (Pierre Urbain Pédesclaux), Pédesclaux rose to prominence rather quickly by Bordeaux standards, being …

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Daily Wine News: Time to Retire “Natural Wine?”

(Flickr: Chris Pople) Is it time to retire the phrase “natural wine?” Christina Pickard explores the issue in Wine Enthusiast. “Despite the style’s environmentally responsible directives and positive attributes, some longtime natural winemakers­ are now opting out, requesting that those who sell and support their wines cease referring to them as “natural.”… As natural wine’s evolution marches forward, the need …

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Obikwa Cabernet Sauvignon | A full-bodied, ruby coloured win…

A full-bodied, ruby coloured wine. It’ll treat you well after a long day and also goes well with celebrations, too! This red gem is one you’ll want to enjoy with poultry, veal and any other red meat dish. Drink it around a dinner table or on a date – it’s a wine for all occasions – early or late! Done …

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Taming Château Trotanoy: Wines from 1998 to 2018 

Château Trotanoy wines saw a ‘step-change’ after 2005, says Jane Anson. Does Château Trotanoy take its name from ‘trop ennui’, meaning the soil is too difficult to work, or ‘trop tannique’, meaning too tannic? Read Jane Anson’s Bordeaux 2018 verdict The post Taming Château Trotanoy: Wines from 1998 to 2018  appeared first on Decanter. Source : https://www.decanter.com/premium/best-trotanoy-wines-pomerol-418360/

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Event: John Stimpfig’s tasting wish list for The Great Sparkling Exploration

Every two years Decanter hosts an evening of sparkling wine, live music and canapés. The biannual event brings together over 40 top sparkling wine producers from across the globe to share more than 200 of their wines. Decanter’s content director highlights the wines that he’s looking forward to tasting… There was a time when I would have turned up my …

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