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California-based winery E. & J. Gallo has entered Cambodia and is offering four of its more economically priced brands in an effort to introduce locals to wine without breaking their budget, company representatives said Monday. The winery will offer 20 variations of its four brands including Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Moscato and White Zinfandel at prices ranging from $ 5 to $ 15 per bottle.
…Sweet Vinotypes. White Zinfandel is their kind of wine. It isn't a lack of sophistication ( White Zin drinkers get a bad rap in wine circles), it's just the way they are built.
A little more than a third of both men and women in Hanni's surveys are Hypersensative Vinotypes. They have intense sensory experiences as the name suggests. Hanni says they love fragrances and "revel" in aromatic memories. Rather than cover up offending flavors with sweetness, however, …
…isn't what you want, but if you appreciate a nice dry, crisp rose' (think more French, less White Zin), than this is definitely one worth checking out. I don't know that it will change your mind about rose' and pink wines, but if you're already on the bandwagon it's definitely one you'll be glad you picked up for those Tuesday nights when you want something refreshing.
Editor's Note: I received this bottle as a free sample for review.
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…Merlot, California " Champagne" and, of course, White Zinfandel taking the place of Soave, Chianti, Valpolicella and other Italian staples. I'd talk to these folks, asking them to recognize their country's great products and would get hit with the stock answer "This is what the people are looking for, this is what they want. I have to have these wines on the list." Never once did any of these folks put a " Big Mac" or a "Whopper" on …
By the time I left college, I'd graduated (literally) to Beringer White Zinfandel and various iterations of Turning Leaf. Now those sound rather harsh to me now (and Beringer's White Zin profits help them create some remarkable Reserve wines you rarely hear about), but it was definitely progress. My boyfriend at the time I graduated must have recognized something in me because he bought me a lovely, vine-detailed wine rack. In fact, I only recently parted from that wine rack, …
…Day and it was fairly busy with people buying wine for their mothers. I sold more White Zinfandel today than any other day I can ever recall. One of the customers seemed almost guilty buying it, telling me that it was for his mother. That made me ponder the matter, raising a question in my mind.
If you truly love your mother, would you really buy her an inexpensive wine like a White Zinfandel?
Some might think the answer is easy, that their mother deserves much better than White Zinfandel…
…appreciation and explore this light and refreshing wine. Rosés that have finished last in the past when the wine market was flooded with White Zinfandel look-a-likes but, are quickly making a comeback. As the summer weather rapidly approaches, wineries are releasing their best rosés to the market for optimum enjoyment. Guests will not want to miss this chance to drink this chilled wine and discover the full spectrum of flavors that Rosés have to offer.
…has an image problem in . It is too often associated with White Zinfandel and other sweet blushes that have no character, substance or depth. But true rosé is not like that, even a sweet rosé can have a complexity to it if it is made correctly. And there are a lot of well-made rosé ones in , we will be highlighting one of them here over the next few weeks.
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