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Tag Archives: Viognier
Thursday night at Fine Wines of Stockton we tasted wines from the Rhône River Valley. The valley is long, stretching from just south of Lyon, along the river to the Mediterranean, some 150 or so miles (3). Over twenty grape varieties may be used to produce wines in this region, with specific requirements for individual AOCs (appellation d’origine contrôlée). Continue reading
Our wine education continued recently at the San Francisco Weekend Celebration of American Rhone Wines. This two-day event was sponsored by The Rhone Rangers (1), “a non-profit educational organization, dedicated to promoting the enjoyment of Rhone varietal wines produced in the United States”. 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
A couple of weeks ago Nancy and I went up Highway 4 to Bear Valley, Ca. to do some cross country skiing. We go several times each year and usually go straight up and back. This time, though, our trip took a twisted turn. Continue reading
Our friend Dave joined us for a recent online tasting with Carolyn Wente, CEO of Wente Family Estates. She shared some of her favorite Holiday recipes with us as we tasted some of the Wente wines. Continue reading
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Napa – A Fishing Destination. A guest post by Yvonne Kendall. Continue reading
“Hop on the Bus” with Double Decker Wines online tasting. Continue reading
We tasted two white wines and two red wines from Pine Ridge Vineyards for another TasteLive. Continue reading
Brice Station Vintners is a very small winery and the last one as you go up highway 4. At 3300 feet it is one of the highest wineries in California. Continue reading
Sierra Foothills Wine Trip Part One. This year they decided to go somewhere different, the Sierra foothills, specifically Calaveras County. Continue reading
2010 “The Whip” by Murrieta’s Well tasting notes. Continue reading