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Tag Archives: Chile
The tasting at Fine Wines of Stockton last Thursday night was all about Chile. We tasted six wines, two of which George told us were Cabernet Sauvignon and the rest Carmenere. Our assignment for the evening was to identify the two Cabernets. As an aside, George wanted us to think about whether Carmenere could be a substitute for Cabernet Sauvignon. Continue reading
Cabernet Franc is most often used as a blending grape because it has such a distinctive bouquet. But, it also makes a lovely wine all on its own. Our tasting this week was six Cabernet Franc wines from the USA, France and Argentina. Continue reading
After lunch we had the Saturday keynote address and discussion with author Rex Picket of Sideways and more, moderated by Alana Gentry (Girl With a Glass). Continue reading
I had hoped to update this every day but it just wasn’t possible. We were busy all day long and then there were the after parties … So much wine, so little time! Continue reading
Well we are headed off to the Wine Bloggers Conference 2012 (WBC12) this week in Portland, Oregon. Continue reading
We had an event filled wine weekend. Friday night we were invited to a wine tasting and appetizer event Continue reading
This week we tasted Chardonnay from several areas around the world. Continue reading
A review of a new accessory to help preserve an open bottle of wine. Continue reading
Our Thursday night tasting theme this week was Chilean wines by Santa Ema Vineyards. Continue reading
This Thursday the wines for tasting at Fine Wines of Stockton was advertised as domestic Merlot. However, George was up to his old tricks and slipped a Pomerol and a Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot blend into the mix. We had a … Continue reading
The 2009 Montgras Reserva Carmenere is from Chile’s Colchagua Valley. It has a dark ruby color and the nose is smoky, with dark fruit and vanilla. The flavors were dark fruit with a slight hint of vegetal and light vanilla. … Continue reading