…We drank the Cade Sauvignon Blanc 2013 one night with chicken breasts first seared and then poached in white wine and the next night with a roasted tuna Nicoise. Now through 2015. Excellent. About $ 28, the upper limit of what I would recommend in these Wine of the Week posts.
A sample for review. The label image on the winery website has not caught up with the change to the 2013 vintage of this wine.
…15 June- Beau-Séjour Bécot @ ± € 68 ( +11,1%). Fair deal, good wine.- Lynch Bages @ ± € 139 ( +38,9%). Copying Pontet-Canet, selling.- Branaire-Ducru @ ± € 68 (+11,1%). Quite good deal.- Larcis-Ducasse @ ± € 70 (+38,3%). Very good, wanted, selling.- d'Issan @ ± € 68 (+21,2%). Missed this one, apparently great.- Montrose @ ± € 182 (+22,2%). Sold hard. Not my favourite this year.- Canon @ ± € 125 ( 0%). Like Canon a lot, very pleasant.- Pichon-Baron…
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The program was called "Pode Portugal Ganhar a Guerra do or "Can Portugal ? " the Wine Wars." My job was both easy and hard, because I've spoken many times about Wine Wars , my 2011 …
…Alec Waugh ( Evelyn's older brother) authored "In Praise of Wine," a book so dismissive of California wine that he relegated coverage of it to two pages in the appendix. Even so, Waugh managed to mention a handful of wineries he did "greatly enjoy," and Beaulieu was one of them. By 1973, when the founder of the Wine Institute, Leon Adams , wrote his influential "The Wines of America," he was able to state definitively that BV Private Reserve…
…Foods in Penner-Ash Wine Cellars . This winery embodies the spirit and passion of small producers focusing on in the heart of northern . Since its inception 1998, the family-owned winery has achieved impressive growth and are well-known for their deep berry notes and cherry aromas in their distinctive . will team up with Founder and , …will host a wine dinner with
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…retail $ 19 ; Available elsewhere, $ 13 to $ 19
Something charming about developing commercial wine business in Eastern Europe really tickles my fancy. Like the accidental, one would assume, absence of vintages from the labels of these Paparuda wines. That the front label proudly spruiks Romania, but the back label suggests Wine Of Macedonia - Serbia and Bulgaria might have something to say about [...]
The average value of wine exports continued to rise while the total Australian wine exports declined in the 12 months ended March 2014, according to the latest Wine Export Approval Report March 2014, released by Wine Australia today. The average value of exports increased by 1 per cent to A$2.59 per litre, mainly due to a 6 per cent increase in the average value of bottled wine to A$4.68 per litre.
…2010 Steak Housebad, because it wasn't. It was just underwhelming. Maybe with a different pairing I would have liked it more, but I suppose I had high hopes for pairing a wine with the word "steak house" in it with an actual steak.