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Treat Dad right this Father’s Day with a scenic trip to Union for great food and drinks. Savage Oakes Vineyard and Winery is teaming up with Sweetgrass Farm Winery and Distillery to offer Dad a memorable day of wine, spirits, cheese, and cars.
Late Harvest Chenin Blanc (dessert Wine) Wholesome Holmstead of Winthrop . State of Maine Cheese features a wide selection of classic cheeses and some new favorites like Mt. Kineo Caerphilly and Downeast Derby. Wholesome Holmstead features fresh cow’s milk cheeses with wonderful flavors such as honey almond cranberry, cracked pepper chive, pinenut rosemary, cracked pepper basil in olive oil and a mild, creamy queso blanco. Paired with Savage Oakes, Maine grown grape wine, one of these combinations is bound to be your new favorite. Savage Oakes will be grilling samples of their own farm raised pork sausage for you to try. Then travel 5 miles through the scenic hills of Union to Sweetgrass Farm Winery and Distillery, producer of wines, ports, and spirits including the popular Back River Gin. Sweetgrass is hosting award winning Appleton Creamery and Crooked Face Creamery. Appleton Creamery has a delectable selection of cherve, feta, aged jack, and their famous Camdenbert to sample with Oak Reserve Blueberry Wine or Cranberry Smash. Crooked Face Creamery’s selections include farmstead Gouda as well as fresh and pressed Ricotta with herbs made with milk from their own Jersey cows, just perfect paired with a Back River Gin and tonic. As always, winemakers and cheesemakers are on hand to discuss their wines, cheeses, and pairings.
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POMONA, Calif. -- Pacific Northwest wineries won 31 gold medals, including 15 best-in-class awards, at one of the most prestigious wine competitions in North America.
Chenin Blanc The Los Angeles International Wine & Spirits Competition, held in May in Pomona, Calif., released its results late last week.
Late Harvest Chenin Blanc (dessert Wine) Winning best-in-class awards from Washington were Columbia Crest (2007 Grand Estates merlot) in Paterson, Gamache Vintners (2008 cabernet franc) and Snoqualmie Vineyards (2008 Whistle Stop Red) in Prosser, and Kiona Vineyards Winery (2008 lemberger) on Red Mountain.
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The Patriot-News - PennLive.com PAUL VIGNA, The Patriot-News The Manheim, Pa., winery also recently released its 2009 Chardonnay and a 2010 Sauvignon Blanc. Both are available for tastings.
Sauvignon Blanc Paul Vigna/The Wine Classroom A bottle of the Waltz vineyards' Sauvignon Blanc. If you taste this, make sure you also ask the semi-dry Fusion and make your own comparison.
Chenin Blanc Waltz Vineyards has added an eighth wine to its lineup and its first reserve. Its new Chardonnay spent 10 months in French oak and gives the winery a sophisticated white that foodies will find appealing. It's going for $36/bottle.
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More often than not when ordering awhite wine I go for a Sancerre or Pouilly-Fume, made from thesauvignon blanc grape in France ’s Loire Valley. I find it asversatile as an aperitif as I do with a wide variety of foods tofollow, and the price is usually right.
Rosé What I almost never do is order a sauvignon blanc fromAmerica, where it is sometimes called fume blanc. All thevirtues I find in French sauvignon blancs -- their aromaticbouquet, herbaceous, slightly grassy flavor, and lightness ofstructure -- are often squandered in California and PacificNorthwest wineries, which tend to overemphasize herbal notes,making most taste like a newly mown lawn with plenty ofdandelions and a little fertilizer thrown in.
Sauvignon Blanc Many deliberately imitate the fruit-punch flavors of theenormously successful Cloudy Bay and other sauvignon blancs from New Zealand . Wine Spectator’s MaryAnn Worobiec writing aboutCloudy Bay found “Tangerine, mango and citrus flavors are pureand focused, smooth, round and wonderfully refreshing, withpeach, Key lime pie, mineral and floral elements that reallytake off on the finish.” As I said, fruit punch.
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