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Tag Archives: Malbec
In case you didn’t know, April 17 is Malbec World Day. So designated by Wines of Argentina since 2011. Wines of Argentina is an organization that promotes Argentinian wine worldwide and assists Argentinian wine producers it developing their export strategy. Continue reading
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
We had the good fortune to spend some time recently visiting with Antonio Pasos of Pasos Vineyards. His tasting room is located in Vino Piazza, The Winery Plaza in Lockeford, California. Continue reading
Here is what we have been tasting in the last week or so. It is a bit of this and that. Three of these wines we have tasted before and have updated our previous posts. As always, it is interesting to taste how wines change over time. 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
Let me admit that I’m not a big fan of domestic Merlot. While there are some good ones, even a few excellent ones, I find most American Merlot is generic red wine. Continue reading
Malbec from Argentina and a Bordeaux from St. Emilion in France taste off. Continue reading
Just by coincidence after we wrote our post on rosé wines our local wine shop, Fine Wines of Stockton, had a rosé tasting for the Thursday night tasting. Continue reading
We had an event filled wine weekend. Friday night we were invited to a wine tasting and appetizer event Continue reading
Do you have some special wines that bring back memories? Maybe a wine you had on vacation or for a special occasion? Continue reading
2007 Provenance Rutherford Cabernet Sauvignon review. Continue reading
2004 Miner Family Vineyards “The Oracle” tasting notes. Continue reading