Monthly Archives: July 2019

Viña | Haro | Fede Ruiz

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Ribeauville | petri matikainen | Flickr

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Prince Edward County, Ontario (11) Hubbs Creek

Hubbs Creek is a small winery based on a 5 acre vineyard with high density plantings, with the first vines going into the ground in 2002, and planting continuing until 2010. Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir are the focus here. Battista Calvieri, assisted by his brother Bruno, makes the wines at a small winery on the property in Hillier. …

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Prince Edward County, Ontario (10) Grange of Prince Edward

Caroline Granger The Grange of Prince Edward is one of the larger players in the County with 60 acres of vineyard, and they make only estate wines. Vineyards at the Grange Limestone-rich soils ‘The project took on a life of its own,’ says Caroline Granger. She returned to the family farm (her parents had bought it in the 1970s) as …

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Wine News: What I’m Reading the Week of 6/30/19

Welcome to my weekly roundup of the wine stories that I find of interest on the web. I post them to my magazine on on Flipboard, but for those of you who aren’t Flipboard inclined, here’s everything I’ve strained out of the wine-related muck for the week. The Complete Guide to Egg Fermentation Well, at least the Egg 101. How …

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I’ll Drink to That: Winemaker David Ramey

Episode 468 of I’ll Drink to That! was released recently, and it features winemaker David Ramey, founder and co-owner of Ramey Wine Cellars and Sidebar Cellars. David Ramey was a student in the UC Davis enology program during the late 1970s, an era in which that university played host to a number of people who would subsequently become well known …

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Looking for Gaja

@WineAlchemy1 has added a photo to the pool: The famous Gaja Barbaresco winery is at the top of the street on the right, before the Church Source : https://www.flickr.com/photos/winealchemy1/1780604161/in/[email protected]

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When Dark & Delicious Returns as the Petite Masters at Copia

Who: PS I Love You What: Masters of Petite: Petite Sirah Panel, Tasting, & Walk-Around Reception When: Sunday, July 14, on Bastille Day, 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. Where: Copia, Napa Valley Why: Celebrating our French Love Child Petite Sirah’s Heritage While the carefree days of Dark & Delicious are now but a drifting memory, there’s […] Source : https://www.wine-blog.org/index.php/2019/07/01/when-dark-delicious-returns-as-the-petite-masters-at-copia/

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Stonewall: 50 years and counting…

On this fiftieth anniversary of the Stonewall uprising I share my experience with AIDS. In the early 1980s I was living in San Francisco, in the Castro District, which was one of the epicenters of the epidemic. The gay press (free newspapers like The Sentinel and the Bay Area Reporter) were reporting on some strange diseases which were popping up …

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Top wine shop buys: DWWA medal winners

DWWA 2019: Top wine shop buys This year’s Decanter World Wine Awards saw more than 280 of the world’s best wine experts come together to blind taste close to 17,000 wines. Here we look at some of the top-awarded wines that you might find at your nearest wine shop or just a click away, and by coincidence, these winning wines are …

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Austrian Grüner Veltliner: panel tasting results

Entry criteria: Producers and UK agents were invited to submit their latest-release Grüner Veltliner whites from premium regions around Austria Scroll down to see the tasting notes & scores See all of the wines tasted here The judges Stephen Brook Decanter contributing editor Brook is the author of almost 40 books on travel, wine and more, and has won numerous …

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Daily Wine News: En Rama Sherry

A venenciadora pours Sherry drawn from a cask. (Wikimedia) “Sherry’s identity, for the most part, relies heavily on the aging process, unlike most regions where the concept of terroir is the message winemakers want to convey. However, en rama (raw) wines—usually finos and manzanillas that are basically bottled straight from the cask and undergo only the roughest filtration to remove …

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