Rarecat Wines St Emilion

Rarecat Wines: A California take on St Emilion

Like the winery’s name, the Rarecat St Emilion is a rarity for both Rarecat Wines and the California wine industry. The story behind this wine is also something unique that signifies the philosophy of winery owner Sharon Kazan Harris. Rarecat Wines are defined as single vineyard wines that often do not reveal themselves all at

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Antinori Solaia

Antinori Wine Testimonial

It was our pleasure to have you at the Antinori Solaia 2013 Launch at Obica last Tuesday. In Your article Your passion shined through your words. Thank you for allowing us to be part of your “Wine World”. Grazie! Lorenzo Mottola Antinori State Manager California To this article, Marchesi Antinori: Presenting wines from Tuscany and

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Antinori Solaia

Marchesi Antinori: Presenting wines from Tuscany and Umbria

Every once in a while I get invited to a wine tasting that I cannot turn down no matter how many wine events I am asked to attend. Those special moments could be an incredible vertical tasting or a once in a lifetime opportunity to sample wines that otherwise I would not have an opportunity

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Artesana Tannat Rosé

Artesana Winery Testimonial

Hi Cori, Thanks for this excellent article, much appreciated!!! We had over 2400 hits on our page for your article, great results, definitely received some attention!! Thanks again! Cheers, Leslie Fellows, Owner Artesana Winery To read this article, Discover Tannat from Uruguay click here.

Castello di Soave with Garganega Grapes

Soave: Standing the test of time

Rich and profound in its history, it is the new generation that is making its mark on the Soave region. It is similar to a rebirth where the old guard is trending out and the new is moving forward yet still keeping the family tradition of winemaking but with innovations. This captures the essence of

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Ascension Cellars Erick Allen with wines and Cafe Del Rey Chef and manager

Ascension Cellars: Wines that elevate your senses

For Erick Allen the process of winemaking is about the blend. Starting Ascension Cellars in 2008 was about accentuating his blending forte of both the Rhone and Bordeaux varietals. It is Erick’s passion for this process that makes his wines truly exceptional. Erick’s success in winemaking comes from not only his blending prowess but also

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Wines of Ktima Gerovassiliou Epanomi Region

Ktima Gerovassiliou: Featuring Greek wines of Epanomi

Interest in Greek wine is increasing as people discover that Greece is not only a place to explore its ruins, learn its history and visit its pristinely beautiful islands. Greece has 300 distinct varietals and is one of the first places where the art of winemaking began. Many wine regions are located in Macedonia including

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Tannat Wines of Uruguay

Discover Tannat from Uruguay

When one thinks of the Tannat grape and its importance in winemaking one must think of the South American country of Uruguay because this varietal is considered its national grape. The country is located between the 30th and 35th parallel, which is in the same latitude as Chili, Mendoza and Cape Town. Lying along the

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Eastern Townships view to the US Border from Domaine Pinnacle

A Day in the Eastern Townships

Just outside of Montreal is a unique area in the Quebec Province called Eastern Townships. Located around 45 minutes southeast of Montreal, several hours from the city of Quebec, and borders Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, the Eastern Townships offers many activities for the traveler to experience during any season. The Eastern Townships is also

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View at Bassi Vineyards

Roll Out the Barrels: Wine tasting in San Luis Obispo

You might say it was a spur of the moment trip when the opportunity came to visit San Luis Obispo for the Roll Out the Barrels wine tasting event, I could not turn it done as it gave me a new insight into the wines of San Luis Obispo County. Having visited the area many

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