White wine was Livermore Valley's great treasure in the late 19th century, enough for Charles Wetmore 's Cresta Blanca to sell its Sauterne Souvenir at a premium.
India Wines And while Prohibition wiped out so much of California wine's institutional history, Livermore kept its fondness for whites through the dry years, particularly the Bordeaux duo of Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc .
Wines In India Just after Prohibition, the Wentes jumped back into white wine - their Sauvignon Blanc took the top spot for whites at the Golden Gate International Exposition in 1939. Soon Wente whites, including Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, Grey Riesling and others (and later, when they expanded their acreage to Monterey's Arroyo Seco, Riesling and Gewurztraminer), helped grow their reputation.
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the success of South America's wine-producing duopoly of Argentina and Chile, which has stormed the international market with interpretations of Malbec and Carménère, that it is easy to overlook the continent's other wine industries. Brazil makes attractive red wines and good-quality sparkling wine, while Peru has also seen its wine production increase, notably in the Ica Valley. But outside of Chile and Argentina, it is along the South Atlantic coast where the vine really thrives. Welcome to Uruguay, one of the most intriguing wine-producing countries on the map.
Wine In India Its vineyards, which cover an area of around 9,000 hectares, are in a cluster of regions that fan out from the capital, Montevideo, and include Maldonado, Canelones, San José and Colonia. Here the Atlantic's influence is key. Like Bordeaux on the other side of that great ocean, the hot summer weather is tempered by the sea breeze, which slows the ripening process and gives the wines a unique (and welcome) aromatic profile, a pleasing freshness and bright acidity.
India Wines Tannat, the small, dark-berried grape variety made famous by the Madiran appellation in the southwest of France, is the primary performer—mainly because it can handle the rain and doesn't tend to succumb to rot. It was first imported in the late-19th century by migrants from Spain's Basque region. Unlike its counterpart in France, which can taste a little astringent when young, it is more supple and drinkable in Uruguay. Today, it is joined by other European grape varieties—including Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Viognier, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay.
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Cynthia Snapp, owner and winemaker at Javelina Leap Vineyard & Winery has brought home the gold from the 2013 International Women's Wine Competition held in Sonoma California.
India Wine Thirty-six top professional and international judges in the wine industry came together for a blind tasting of international wines made by women winemakers.
Wine In India Javelina Leap's 2012 100-percent Arizona Merlot won a gold and took Best Of Class. Only 37 wines out of the 900 wines entered in the competition received a Best in Class Award.
Another Winner for NCW WinesThe Wenatchee World Online (blog)Last winter a local Leavenworth area winery bottled a new predominantly Malbec red blend, and since February we have sampled it monthly, enjoying the development of aromas and flavors. In June it was one of our anniversary wines. I say "one" because ...
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WOODINVILLE — When Ross Mickel became interested in wine, he was surrounded by plenty of people willing to help.
Wine Business In India The University of Washington graduate went to school with Mark Canlis of Canlis restaurant fame and Carmen Betz, daughter of Master of Wine Bob Betz.
Wines From India In the mid-’90s, Mickel went to work at Canlis, learning the wine business from a restaurant perspective under the tutelage of Rob Bigelow, a Master Sommelier who now works for Ste. Michelle Wine Estates.
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