(2 of ) PC: Chardonnay grapes from a J winery vineyard have different size grapes on the same cluster due to variable weather patterns during flowering in May of this year.8/26/2003: B1: Chardonnay grapes from a J Wine Co. vineyard in Healdsburg have different size grapes on the same cluster, a result of the variable weather patterns during flowering in May.
Indian Sauvignon Blanc PC: Chardonnay grapes from a J winery vineyard have different size grapes on the same cluster due to variable weather patterns during flowering in May of this year.8/26/2003: B1: Chardonnay grapes from a J Wine Co. vineyard in Healdsburg have different size grapes on the same cluster, a result of the variable weather patterns during flowering in May.
Indian Chenin Blanc Hands down, chardonnay is America’s most popular wine, with cabernet sauvignon a distant second. But while it may be the wine that some people love to hate, chardonnay is, for nearly everyone else, the first choice when they reach for a glass of white wine.
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that a well-known fashion and design firm will be pouring Drouhin Chablis and a Domaine de L’Harmas Châteauneuf-du-Pape with their crab and prawn appetizer and beef entrée.
Indian Rosé On the other side of the continent, event coordinators for a Bay Area company that is one of Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For are tightlipped about whether any special guests will make appearances at their holiday party—holiday parties , we should say, because there’s “not a [local] venue or vendors that can accommodate a party so large,” says A. R. Executive Events founder Alison Regenold, who has been creating events for this client for five years. What we can tell you is what will be served at the bar. To go with a vibe that Regenold describes as a “progressive evening with a strong and warm welcome, eye candy, and roaming entertainment,” those who attend will be sipping on specialty cocktails plus DeLoach Pinot Noir and Zinfandel, Louis Martini Cabernet, Gloria Ferrer sparkling wine, and selections from a handful of other California producers. That’s a pretty nice lineup considering how many cases they will need to order this holiday season to accommodate its thousands of party guests.
Indian Sauvignon Blanc Yes, you can. Because not everyone is into Malbec or rosé, the surest way to keep glasses full and guests smiling “when you’re pleasing a big group of people,” says Cory Checket, is “going with basic staples like Cabernet and Chardonnay.” Checket, who is managing partner of Jersey City’s Battello, a venue whose corporate clients have included Johnson & Johnson, BNP Paribas, and Prudential, says that Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc are other popular choices there. Fusco favors Rhône reds because they pair so well with roasted meats that feature prominently on winter menus.
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, an international wine consulting firm, and board member of the Society of Wine Educators , to give us some leads on rich wines that are top drawer, good value for money, and still lesser known than their flashier French cousins.
Indian Cabernet Shiraz Turn westward on the map to Chile, and you’ll find the home of Lapostolle Clos Apalta 2012 —“a Chilean wine made by a French family,” says Favelukes, carefully crafted by Alexandra Marnier Lapostolle and her husband Cyril de Bournet, owners of the world-renowned liqueur Grand Marnier . The wine is a blend made with the Carmenére grape, a staple of many Chilean reds but original to France, where it exists in great scarcity today. Favelukes says the top-notch blend expresses complex aromas of plums, red cherries, dry figs, and blueberries. Serve this up with baby lamb chops with rosemary jus or a gamey meat and the peppery, long finish will nicely complement the meat’s robust flavors.
Indian Rosé “I wanted to learn about a unique grape that is fantastic and nobody knows much about,” exclaims Favelukes who traveled to study Bobal, the mysterious, dark-skinned grape grown almost exclusively in the Utiel-Requena region of Valencia, Spain. In an effort to study the grape on-the-grounds, she stayed at the vineyard of a small town winemaker in a remote location. That’s where Bodega Mustiguillo Quincha Corral – Vino de Pago 2011 comes from, “unrecognized yet so beautiful” and “one of the best expressions of the grape,” says Favelukes. Even many Spaniards haven’t heard about this single vineyard appellation which delivers hints of plum, spice, and a creaminess topped by well-integrated oak aromas. The wine has “an inherently elegant rusticity,” describes Favelukes.
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About this blog Local wine and food enthusiast, Viki Eierdam, offers tips and reviews on pairing food and wine in Clark County, the surrounding region, and, occasionally, her travels afar. Viki also holds the WSET Level 2 Award in Wine & Spirits.
Chenin Blanc India Cellar 55 Tasting Room —located in Uptown Village —hosted their launch party on Saturday night and even Santa Claus was on hand for the occasion.
Late Harvest Chenin Blanc (dessert Wine) India Ridgefield residents Kent and Allison VanArnam chose Zillah, Washington to plant their vineyard due to the area’s reputation as the ideal climate for producing premier wine grapes. They began back in 2007 and now harvest estate-grown cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, malbec, merlot and syrah . Grapes for their white wines are sourced from neighboring vineyards in the Rattlesnake Hills AVA .
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