24 April 2014

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Estates

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On Daily Wine News 22 days ago.
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Riverland wineries including Angoves, Kingston Estates, Growers Wine Group ( Waikerie), Salena Estates and Oxford landing, together with a host of brands that use Riverland fruit, were showcased at Europe's leading wine fair in Düsseldorf, Germany last week. The ProWein fair is widely regarded as the world's premium wine fair.

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By Jo Diaz of Wine Blog 1 month ago.
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According to Jeremy, " Thomas George Estates is the manifestation of the passion and commitment of the Baker Family to continue the tradition of growing great grapes and making great wines in the unique and magnificent Russian River Valley."

The post Having a Good Reason For Changing a Name, and Thomas George Winery Did appeared first on Wine Blog .

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By Ryan Woodhouse of Blog 1 month ago.
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Wiston Estates award winning label in Forbes Magazine.

2011 Wiston Estate " South Downs Rose" Brut, West Sussex $ 49.99

Another standout wine from Wiston Estate. This magnificent rose is all about purity and elegance. A fresh nose of rose petals and spice with hints of Strawberry carries through on to the wonderfully soft, fine textured palate with Alpine Strawberries and fresh cream on brioche. A vibrant underpinning minerality draws the wine out …

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By Kori of Wine Peeps 2 months ago.
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…to taste the 2012 The Estates Ancient Lakes Riesling and 2012 The Estates Viognier in a blind samples tasting . Both wines are very good and food-friendly. Even though we are in the throes of winter, either of these wines would be a good choice when you have a hankering for white wine.

Milbrandt Vineyards consistently offers a lineup of good quality wines that deliver great bang for your buck.

2012 Milbrandt Vineyards The Estates Ancient Lakes Riesling ( Evergreen Vineyard

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Ste. Michelle Wine Estates has created a stand-alone brand from its Columbia Crest Two Vines collection by separating it in two. Beginning in January, Two Vines will no longer be associated with the Columbia Crest label, reports Great Northwest Wine.

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By Mattinson of The Wine Front 4 months ago.
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It comes out of the Franklin Tate Estates stable. If you could find this at a good price you'd be doing OK.

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By Kori of Wine Peeps 5 months ago.
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2010 Milbrandt Vineyards The Estates Riesling Ice Wine ( Columbia Valley, Washington) : Medium gold in color. Very aromatic with honey and apricot on the nose. Honey, apricot, and white peach come through on the palate. Sweet and medium to full-bodied with crisp acidity. Well-balanced with a very long, refreshing finish.

Quality: 4 stars (out of five)

QPR: 5 bangs for your buck (out of 5)

Where to buy: Full Pull Wines ( Seattle, Washington), $ 25 [375ml] ; Available …

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By Mike Veseth of The Wine Economist 5 months ago.
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…bit like Washington state wine, where Ste Michelle Wine Estates (including Chateau Ste Michelle, Columbia Crest, 14 Hands and other wineries) dominates making more than half of all the state's wine. Ste Chapelle is the big dog in Idaho to an even greater extent producing a total of about 300,000 cases of wine under the Ste Chapelle label plus other brands.

Ste Chapelle is part of the Precept Wine group these days, having been bought and sold several …

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New wine launches which offer no back story other than what varietal or blend they are will not connect with modern wine consumers warns Ste Michelle Wine Estates president and chief executive Ted Baseler from the US. He spoke out about the issue ahead of this month's Wine Vision conference in London.

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…when a joint venture between Deutz Champagne and the old Beringer Estates established a facility for making sparkling wine — they were good, too — in San Luis Obispo's Arroyo Grande Valley, until the partnership was rent asunder in 1996. The next year, Jean-Claude Tardivat acquired the property and named it Laetitia, after his daughter; the name means joy or happiness in Latin. Tardivat's tenure was brief; in 1998, he sold the winery to a partnership that included …

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