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What do you think are the top-selling wines in restaurants? Wine & Spirits magazine ushers in April with its 25th Anniversary Restaurant Poll, an issue they’ve published since 1989. And it’s got some surprises.
India Wine Editor Joshua Greene asked wine directors at restaurants all over the country to name their 10 best-selling wines in the final quarter of 2013. And from that, the editors compile the Restaurant Top 50 list.
Wine In India Leading the list is Cakebread Cellars with an average price of $86.48 for all of its wines at all of the restaurants. Next is Jordan Vineyard & Winery ($101.57), followed by Duckhorn Vineyards ($90.29), Sonoma-Cutrer ($49.20), Silver Oak Wine Cellars ($134.93), Frank Family ($80.79), La Crema ($48.67), Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars ($94), Decoy ($60) and Franciscan Oakville Estate ($67.10). Though it’s listed as 10th, it got exactly the same score as The Prisoner ($83.30), Caymus Vineyards ($137), and Justin ($80), the sole representative from the Central Coast.
Great wine begins in the vineyard. Terroir is the French word that refers to all things that can impact the vineyard – climate, soils, elevation, water, wind, etc. Finding the perfect spot, then planting the right grape varietals and maintaining the vineyard’s health is critical to producing that great bottle of wine.
Wines From India How does the terroir influence wines? My vineyard is at almost 5,000 feet in the Chiricahua Mountain foothills. The peaks of the Chiricahua Mountains reach 10,000 feet behind the property. The mountains create their own weather that impacts the vineyard. As the vines mature and reach deeper into the Rhyolite granite, they are picking up the minerality from the volcanic soils. The current releases are already expressing the depth of flavors as a result of the unique terroir at Lawrence Dunham Vineyards .
India Wine , grows grapes in two of Arizona’s wine regions – Sonoita/Elgin and Willcox – and finds the growing conditions very different. According to Mark, “Without exception, it is much easier to grow wine grapes in Willcox than Sonoita/Elgin. I believe this is a result of lower elevation (4,300 versus 5,000 feet), lower calcium in the soil and less alkaline water.” Other differences mentioned by Mark include severe freeze and late spring frost in Sonoita as well as the yields are higher in Cochise County regions. All of which contribute to different taste profiles.
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NAPA VALLEY, Calif. — The latest trend in Napa Valley has been wineries pairing fitness activities with traditional wine tastings, and with Domaine Carneros, that happens to be yoga.
Wine Business In India Located off of highway 12 in Napa, Domaine Carneros is inviting patrons to participate in yoga classes on their veranda of the winery’s iconic château.
Wines From India After a morning class, the winery is offering a post-yoga flute of organic bubbles and a cool-down walk through of the vineyards led by a Senior Wine Educator, who will explain the basics of wine making, organic farming and bud break before heading back to the château for a brunch.
Wines of the San Juan won six awards for six of their locally produced wines at last month's Finger Lakes International Wine Competition in Rochester, N.Y. The winery has also won awards at the competition in two other years.
Free Wine Testing "We were pretty excited," said Josh Arnold, a winemaker at the Blanco winery, of the recent awards.
Wine Business In India Wines of the San Juan competed against nearly 3,800 wines from 20 different countries at the annual competition. The 75 judges for the annual event hailed from 14 different countries.
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