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At the end of each year I recognize a winery that I feel stands apart from the rest. It doesn’t have to be a small winery, but it has to produce outstanding wines on a consistent basis. Wines with character and personality, wines that reflect both the artistic side of the wine maker and be commercially viable. Any wine maker can make what they like, but can they also make wines that others will enjoy without compromising their vision of what they want their wines to be. This is a fine line to walk, and I have found that Michael Savage has accomplished this at Savage Grace Wines.

Indian Sauvignon Blanc

His 2011 Cabernet Franc was produced in a shared space with Lauren Ashton Cellars in Woodinville. He helped make their wines while working on his first wine, a Cabernet Franc. Now he and his wife have their own space in Woodinville and production is up to 2,400 cases a year of Cabernet Franc (Rattlesnake Hills), Pinot Noir (Columbia Gorge), Gruner Veltliner (Columbia Gorge), Sauvignon Blanc (Yakima Valley), Chardonnay (Columbia Gorge), Riesling (Columbia Gorge), Cabernet Sauvignon (Columbia Valley) and Malbec or Cot (Columbia Gorge). An example of his renaissance side is labeling his Malbec as Cot (pronounced koe). This is what Malbec has been called for hundreds of years in Cahors, southwestern France.

Indian Chenin Blanc

Michael Savage would like to leave a legacy of great, balanced wines that show sense of place and vintage expression. ” I feel like if I believe it and sell wine that I personally like, and communicate my vision to people who drink my wines, then I will be successful.” I believe he has hit a sweet spot in his wine making abilities. He is humble yet focused on what he wants to attain and his wines reflect his artistic and philosophical side which for most wine drinkers is a good thing. Michael Savage has a good palate and that is reflected in his wines. If you are looking for balanced, delicious, food friendly affordable wines, look no further than Savage Grace. Here are just a few of the wines that I have reviewed.

Indian Late Harvest Chenin Blanc (dessert Wine)



At the end of each year I recognize a winery that I feel stands apart from the rest. It doesn’t have to be a small winery, but it has to produce outstanding wines on a consistent basis. Wines with character and personality, wines that reflect both the artistic side of the wine maker and be commercially viable. Any wine maker can make what they like, but can they also make wines that others will enjoy without compromising their vision of what they want their wines to be. This is a fine line to walk, and I have found that Michael Savage has accomplished this at Savage Grace Wines.

Indian Rosé

His 2011 Cabernet Franc was produced in a shared space with Lauren Ashton Cellars in Woodinville. He helped make their wines while working on his first wine, a Cabernet Franc. Now he and his wife have their own space in Woodinville and production is up to 2,400 cases a year of Cabernet Franc (Rattlesnake Hills), Pinot Noir (Columbia Gorge), Gruner Veltliner (Columbia Gorge), Sauvignon Blanc (Yakima Valley), Chardonnay (Columbia Gorge), Riesling (Columbia Gorge), Cabernet Sauvignon (Columbia Valley) and Malbec or Cot (Columbia Gorge). An example of his renaissance side is labeling his Malbec as Cot (pronounced koe). This is what Malbec has been called for hundreds of years in Cahors, southwestern France.

Indian Sauvignon Blanc

Michael Savage would like to leave a legacy of great, balanced wines that show sense of place and vintage expression. ” I feel like if I believe it and sell wine that I personally like, and communicate my vision to people who drink my wines, then I will be successful.” I believe he has hit a sweet spot in his wine making abilities. He is humble yet focused on what he wants to attain and his wines reflect his artistic and philosophical side which for most wine drinkers is a good thing. Michael Savage has a good palate and that is reflected in his wines. If you are looking for balanced, delicious, food friendly affordable wines, look no further than Savage Grace. Here are just a few of the wines that I have reviewed.

Indian Chenin Blanc



At the end of each year I recognize a winery that I feel stands apart from the rest. It doesn’t have to be a small winery, but it has to produce outstanding wines on a consistent basis. Wines with character and personality, wines that reflect both the artistic side of the wine maker and be commercially viable. Any wine maker can make what they like, but can they also make wines that others will enjoy without compromising their vision of what they want their wines to be. This is a fine line to walk, and I have found that Michael Savage has accomplished this at Savage Grace Wines.

Indian Cabernet Shiraz

His 2011 Cabernet Franc was produced in a shared space with Lauren Ashton Cellars in Woodinville. He helped make their wines while working on his first wine, a Cabernet Franc. Now he and his wife have their own space in Woodinville and production is up to 2,400 cases a year of Cabernet Franc (Rattlesnake Hills), Pinot Noir (Columbia Gorge), Gruner Veltliner (Columbia Gorge), Sauvignon Blanc (Yakima Valley), Chardonnay (Columbia Gorge), Riesling (Columbia Gorge), Cabernet Sauvignon (Columbia Valley) and Malbec or Cot (Columbia Gorge). An example of his renaissance side is labeling his Malbec as Cot (pronounced koe). This is what Malbec has been called for hundreds of years in Cahors, southwestern France.

Indian Rosé

Michael Savage would like to leave a legacy of great, balanced wines that show sense of place and vintage expression. ” I feel like if I believe it and sell wine that I personally like, and communicate my vision to people who drink my wines, then I will be successful.” I believe he has hit a sweet spot in his wine making abilities. He is humble yet focused on what he wants to attain and his wines reflect his artistic and philosophical side which for most wine drinkers is a good thing. Michael Savage has a good palate and that is reflected in his wines. If you are looking for balanced, delicious, food friendly affordable wines, look no further than Savage Grace. Here are just a few of the wines that I have reviewed.

Indian Sauvignon Blanc



At the end of each year I recognize a winery that I feel stands apart from the rest. It doesn’t have to be a small winery, but it has to produce outstanding wines on a consistent basis. Wines with character and personality, wines that reflect both the artistic side of the wine maker and be commercially viable. Any wine maker can make what they like, but can they also make wines that others will enjoy without compromising their vision of what they want their wines to be. This is a fine line to walk, and I have found that Michael Savage has accomplished this at Savage Grace Wines.

Late Harvest Chenin Blanc (dessert Wine) India

His 2011 Cabernet Franc was produced in a shared space with Lauren Ashton Cellars in Woodinville. He helped make their wines while working on his first wine, a Cabernet Franc. Now he and his wife have their own space in Woodinville and production is up to 2,400 cases a year of Cabernet Franc (Rattlesnake Hills), Pinot Noir (Columbia Gorge), Gruner Veltliner (Columbia Gorge), Sauvignon Blanc (Yakima Valley), Chardonnay (Columbia Gorge), Riesling (Columbia Gorge), Cabernet Sauvignon (Columbia Valley) and Malbec or Cot (Columbia Gorge). An example of his renaissance side is labeling his Malbec as Cot (pronounced koe). This is what Malbec has been called for hundreds of years in Cahors, southwestern France.

Indian Cabernet Shiraz

Michael Savage would like to leave a legacy of great, balanced wines that show sense of place and vintage expression. ” I feel like if I believe it and sell wine that I personally like, and communicate my vision to people who drink my wines, then I will be successful.” I believe he has hit a sweet spot in his wine making abilities. He is humble yet focused on what he wants to attain and his wines reflect his artistic and philosophical side which for most wine drinkers is a good thing. Michael Savage has a good palate and that is reflected in his wines. If you are looking for balanced, delicious, food friendly affordable wines, look no further than Savage Grace. Here are just a few of the wines that I have reviewed.

Indian Rosé



When you think of the wines of central Tuscany, Chianti Classico and brunello di Montalcino, both based on the sangiovese grape, probably spring to mind. It's likely you overlook another sangiovese-based wine, which comes from the picturesque hill town of Montepulciano: vino nobile di Montepulciano.

Chenin Blanc India

Vino nobile is less well known for several reasons. For one thing, the wine zone is smaller. The vineyards of vino nobile encompass about 3,200 acres, compared to about 5,200 for brunello and more than 17,000 for Chianti Classico. And only about a dozen producers of vino nobile have good distribution in the United States.

Late Harvest Chenin Blanc (dessert Wine) India

But vino nobile di Montepulciano can be a relatively good buy. Many cost less than $30; there's also an even less expensive wine from the area called rosso di Montepulciano. Compare that to brunello, many of which cost $50 or more (sometimes a lot more).

Indian Cabernet Shiraz



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