Arizona Stronghold "Tazi" Tazi has been around for several seasons now and can still be considered one of the region's most consistently drinkable white blends. Made with a combination of Sauvignon Blanc (28%), Reisling (25%), Malvasia (18%), and Chenin Blanc (16%) grapes, Tazi is a light, aromatic wine that pairs well with most foods. On the nose you'll smell floral desert botanicals with a slight salinity reminiscent of agave distillates. The off-dry wine tastes like firm yellow stone fruit, lavender, white mulberry, pear, and green melon, and ends with a smooth, soft finish.
Indian Chenin Blanc Where to Find It: Enjoy a glass of Tazi ($9/32) on the grapevine-covered patio at St. Francis. Pair it with the creamy Parmesan Risotto ($14) or the Apple Crumb Tart ($8).
Indian Late Harvest Chenin Blanc (dessert Wine) Sand Reckoner "Rosé" There's no way to talk about this rosé without first mentioning that Sand Reckoner Vineyards is currently one of our favorite Arizona wineries. In our opinion, Rob Hammelman and his wife Sarah are making some of the most interesting wines in southern Arizona right now, so track down this rosé before this year's vintage is gone. Made with a blend of Nebbiolo (86%), Sangiovese (12%), and Syrah (2%) grapes, the wine manages to bring out the bright, tart flavors of the Nebbiolo with the juiciness of the Syrah in an inventive way. On the nose, it will bring to mind ripe, juicy strawberry and early spring florals. Tasting it will further your experience of tart, red berries and fragrant aromatics.
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At Nationals Park, “Beer here!” can be heard at least as often as chants of “HAR-per!” Cold brews and baseball are a time-honored tradition. Yet Major League Baseball is hoping that wine deserves a piece of the action, too.
Indian Sauvignon Blanc Why not? Teams have sold naming rights to pitching changes, after all. For the second year, MLB has teamed up with Wine By Design, a New York lifestyle marketing firm with offices in Napa Valley, to produce a line of wines customized for major-league teams.
Indian Chenin Blanc The MLB Club Series collection features 18 teams, including the Washington Nationals and the Baltimore Orioles. The Chicago Cubs merit two wines in honor of Wrigley Field’s centenary (left over from last year). San Francisco’s Giants, winner of last October’s World Series, have four, including three sparkling.
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Indian Rosé THERE ARE MANY great vineyards in California, but very few people will see their names on a label. That’s because they often belong to a single producer turning out wines in tiny amounts. A handful of vineyards, however, supply multiple producers who create wines that are more readily attainable—though no less profound.
Indian Sauvignon Blanc The following five vineyards range from small to large but have two things in common: They’ve produced notable wines for decades, and top winemakers in California vie for the opportunity to buy their grapes. Anyone looking for wines of reliably high quality should seek out labels bearing these names.
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Finger Lakes Wines and Grapes: The season is onAuburn CitizenA rosÃ© is a pink wine; it can be very light in color or almost red. A rosÃ© is produced by crushing red grapes and then pressing them, not allowing the grape skins to ferment with the juice. Traditional red wines have skin contact for weeks, and that is ...
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Northwest Wines: Wineries put sparkle in Pacific Northwest wineBellingham HeraldThe Pacific Northwest sparkling wine scene is in a dynamic state right now, and it's only going to get better and more interesting in the years go come. At Michelle Sparkling Wines (formerly Domaine Ste. Michelle), longtime bubble master Rick Casqueiro ...
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