The wine world is a never-ending dance with new wines, wineries, winemakers and owners. Staying current is a constant challenge, which is why I met with Pine Ridge’s winemaker, Michael Beaulac.
Grover Vineyards India In 1978, Gary Andrus founded Pine Ridge in what is now Napa Valley’s Stags Leap District. I first visited the area in the late 1970s and met Andrus during the 1980s. In 1990, I spent two days in the Stags Leap District tasting cabernet sauvignons from 10 wineries, including Pine Ridge’s 1981 to 1988. I rated them highly.
Shipping Wine To India In 1993, Andrus departed Pine Ridge for Oregon and opened the highly acclaimed Archery Summit winery, which specialized in pinot noir. He sold his interest in both wineries in 2001; he died in 2009.
There's a lot to hate about Napa. Barrett lists "plentiful simplicity," "bountiful green hills" and "edible beauty" among its worst offenses. There's also copious tasting room gauntlets to go through, which Barrett handles like a pro.
Wines To India "Aggressively flavorful," she says, swirling a wine glass. "Almost racist in its flavor." Our favorite line? "Stop. Making me. Drink prosecco in a bubble bath." Talk about a California problem.
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WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP) — Purdue University has uncorked a new online series examining Indiana's wine industry and all of the steps needed to produce a fine bottle of wine.
Wine Prices In India The new "Through the Grapevine" feature debuted Tuesday on the website of Purdue's "Agricultures" publication with a segment on four wine varieties, two red and two white, that are putting Indiana's vineyards on the wine-sipping map.
Wines To India Series organizer Natalie van Hoose will draw on the expertise of Purdue's grape and wine specialists for a new segment each Tuesday about Indiana grapes. She says "Indiana's wine industry may be small, but it's really quite remarkable." The series will also explore issues such as how rising temperatures have affected the range and varieties of grapes grown in Indiana.
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South Africa’s sweet wines helped put the country on the international wine map. Here’s what you need to know about these modern-day masterworks.
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Wine Prices In India Although the regal demand has subsided, South Africa continues to make some of the world’s best sweet wines. From fortified reds to straw wines and late-harvest and botrytized selections, the country does them all—and does them all well.
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Winemaker Kamal Azari and his wife Pari share a glass of wine in their Azari Vineyards tasting room.
Wine Club India It's just about time for the grape harvest in Petaluma, and the busy crush that will produce the delicious wines for which Sonoma County is famous. Vintners at Petaluma's 70-plus vineyards are checking the sugar content of their grapes daily, waiting for it to hit the magic number indicating that the grapes are ready to harvest.
Wine Business In India Sonoma County is divided into several officially recognized wine regions, or appellations, and within the Sonoma Coastal AVA appellation sits the region known as the Petaluma Gap. It stretches from the Pacific coast down Valley Ford Road through Petaluma, over to the hills that border the Petaluma Valley to the mouth of the Petaluma River in San Pablo Bay. The so-called “gap” is actually a break in the coastal mountain range that allows the cool Pacific fog to reach far inland, creating an ideal climate for pinot noir, chardonnay and syrah grapes.
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