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Dave, one of the other regular tasters on Thursday nights at Fine Wines of Stockton, presented this wine tasting. Dave frequently visits friends in Oregon and on a recent trip collected wines from three wineries in the Southern Oregon AVA (American Viticultural Area). Continue reading
We have started off WBC12 (Wine Bloggers Conference 2012) in Portland with a fun wine trip to Stoller Family Estate. Continue reading
“Hop on the Bus” with Double Decker Wines online tasting. Continue reading
We are still exploring Australian Cabernet Sauvignon during our Thursday night tastings at Fine Wines of Stockton. Continue reading
I have been trying more Australian wines lately and soon will be trying even more. Continue reading
Does the glassware you drink your wine from really matter? Is a jelly jar or a shot glass just fine for tasting and drinking wine? These were the burning questions that we, and another 50 plus wine tasters, gathered at Sterling Vineyards to answer this past Saturday. Continue reading
This past Wednesday\’s subject on #winechat on Twitter was Australian wines. Continue reading
Two wines from Australia that worked well with the Thanksgiving turkey. Continue reading
I had heard that the Finger Lakes region in New York was producing some nice Riesling wines but I had never had one before today. Continue reading
1998 Georg Brueur Riesling Montosa from the Rheingau with crab and scallops. Continue reading
Inexpensive sparkling wines was the theme for our weekly tasting at Fine Wines of Stockton. The wines could be from anywhere in the world with the most expensive being less than $25.00. We had a pretty good turnout with some … Continue reading
Our Thursday night wine tasting was a food and wine pairing. Gail invited Marianne McCarroll of Marianne’s Pantry to make three dishes to compare with the wines. We tasted two different wines with each of the three appetizers Marianne prepared. … Continue reading
The wine tasting this week at Fine Wines of Stockton was presented by Brad Alderson, winemaker and wine consultant. Brad was the founding winemaker for the Robert Mondavi Woodbridge Winery. He has a particular affinity for and broad knowledge of … Continue reading