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India Winery Aaron Jackson, raised in Cayucos, launched Aaron Wines with a focus on Petite \u00adSirah from Paso Robles in 2002, when he was just 19.
Vineyards India \n Over the next decade, Jackson, who trained in winemaking at Cal Poly and earned his Master\u2019s degree from The University of Adelaide in Australia, worked for producers like Four Vines and ONX Wine.
Dungeness crab is back in the Bay Area! When the commercial fishing season opens on Saturday, we’ll need some wine to go with that sweet, briny crab meat. You don’t want a wine that overpowers those flavors and textures. Depending on how you eat it — with a squeeze of lemon, a dunk in melted butter or slathered in spicy chile sauce — there’s a wine that makes a perfect pairing. Here are five great varietals that play well with Dungeness crab, and a few suggestions to try.
Wine Society Of India Equinox’s Blanc de Blanc Monterey Cuvée ($36) and Kathryn Kennedy’s vintage Cuvée Twenty-Seven Blanc de Blanc ($45-$75 depending on the vintage) from the Santa Cruz Mountains.
India Winery Vasco Urbano Wine Company’s Speck Grenache Rosé ($24) from Livermore Valley, or for fun, combine bubbles and a rosé with Odonata’s Sparkling Rosé of Sangiovese ($28), made from Santa Clara Valley grapes.
Today, an alarmist email from the anti-biotech activist group Moms Across America popped into my inbox touting a new study that supposedly shows " Widespread Contamination of Glyphosate Weedkiller in California Wine ." Glyphosate, popularly known as Roundup, is used to kill weeds in fields planted with modern biotech crop varieties that have been engineered to resist it. Last year, the ridiculously precautionary International Agency for Research on Cancer associated with the World Health Organization ruled , over and against the bulk of scientific evidence, that the herbicide is a "probable" human carcinogen.
Wine To India On March 16th, 2015 Moms Across America received the results from an anonymous supporter which commissioned Microbe Inotech Lab of St. Louis, Missouri that show all ten of the wines tested positive for the chemical glyphosate, the declared "active" ingredient in Roundup weedkiller and 700 other glyphosate-based herbicides. The highest level of glyphosate detected was up to 28.4 times higher than the other wines at 18.74 ppb from a 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon from a conventional, chemically farmed vineyard. The lowest level was from a biodynamic and organic vineyard, 2013 Syrah which has never been sprayed according to the owner, with a level of .659 ppb. An organic wine from 2012 mixed red wine grapes, had 0.913 ppb of glyphosate.
Wine Society Of India The Moms Across America then suggest that the organic growers will lose business if customers find out that there is an infinitesmial amount of pesticide in their wines. Organic a process standard which certifies nothing about the nutrition of the product; only that it was grown in certain specified ways.
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Sonoma County Wine Lovers Strike Vineyard Gold at Patz & Hall7x7While the United States doesn't have grand and premier cru classifications for its greatest vineyards like Burgundy, France does, for wine lovers who covet California Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs there are certain vineyards that are spoken about with ...
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