IWAMIZAWA, Hokkaido--Cafe owner Nobuo Takizawa was so impressed by a Pinot Noir wine in the early 2000s that he opened a vineyard in a Hokkaido area that everyone had thought was too cold to grow that particular grape.
Wines From India He is now one of a growing number of vintners producing grapes for premium French wines in the Sorachi region in central western Hokkaido.
India Wine Takizawa, 69, and research groups share a theory for the transformation of the chilly area to one of the top wine-producing regions of Japan.
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What will be on your Thanksgiving table this year? Will your turkey be smoked or deep-fried rather than roasted? Will there be a new version of a familiar side dish, a different vegetable, a spectacular new dessert? Thanksgiving dinner is the ultimate, endless meal, a dizzying combination of flavors and textures.
Wine Business In India What kind of wine to serve? The best advice for choosing a Thanksgiving wine is “keep it simple.” Don’t try to compete with the food. A subtle or nuanced wine — red or white — will get lost. Look for wines that are fruity with enough acidity to balance the rich food.
Wines From India Keep an eye on the alcohol content, though. This is a long, leisurely meal with lots of food. Combine the large meal with a high-alcohol wine and your guests may be asleep before the football game on the television hits halftime.
Ice cold means ice wine: early harvesting at vineyards Frigid weather conditions allow vineyards to harvest grapes for ice wine earlier than ever before.
Free Wine Testing Nov. 18, 2014: Frigid weather conditions allow vineyards to harvest grapes for ice wine earlier than ever before.
Wine Business In India ASHTABULA COUNTY, Ohio -- You'd think no one likes this extremely cold weather, but surprisingly, there are some who do.
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Flickr/dutchbaby After tasting three dozen vinos across all price ranges and stylistic tiers, here are my favorites wines I know you'll enjoy.
Wine Testing Tour India Wine shelves all over the country are jammed with countless selections and choices are so varied it can be dizzying. With that in mind, I’m here to help you work your way through the haze of bottles. I tasted through more than three dozen wines across all price ranges and stylistic tiers, and here are my 11 favorites from the bunch.
Free Wine Testing Hugel et Fils 2012 Gentil ($15) This vintage of “Gentil” blends together pinot gris (23 percent), pinot blanc (21 percent), riesling (20 percent), sylvaner (20 percent), gewurztraminer (14 percent), and muscat (2 percent). Fermentation took place in temperature-controlled vats. It was gently fined and filtered prior to bottling. Lychee fruit aromas dominate the inviting nose of this French blend. “Gentil” has a palate stuffed with white and yellow melon, peach, and apricot flavors. Bits of honey and white pepper emerge on the finish. This is a fresh, direct wine loaded with fruit and lively acid. It’s uncomplicated and goes down easy.
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It’s a rare wine event in San Diego that focuses on the wines of … San Diego.
Wine Testing Tour But on Saturday, wines from 11 local producers will be featured at the Fall Harvest Wine Tasting at Vintana Wine + Dine in Escondido.
Wine Testing Tour India The two-part event — a winemaker symposium followed by sampling from the barrel and new releases — will showcase Belle Marie, Coyote Oaks, Fallbrook, Milagro Farms, Orfila, Roadrunner Ridge, Screaming Chief, Stehleon, Triple B Ranches, Vesper and Vinavanti wineries.
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