Our definition of a “best buy” is $15, for red or white. With the cost of doing business, it’s extremely difficult for winemakers in Washington and Oregon to make red wines for much less than that. Quality grapes, oak barrels, bottles, labels, winemaker salaries, marketing costs, wholesale prices and other expenses begin to add up quickly, meaning profit margins become extremely thin for red wines below $20 per bottle.
Wine From India Here are several inexpensive red wines we’ve tasted recently — including one that comes in a can. Ask for them at your favorite wine merchant (particularly groceries) or contact the wineries directly.
Wines Of India Washington Hills 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon, Washington, $9: Washington Hills marks its 25th anniversary with this vintage and this approachable Cab. There’s a theme of red plum, Van cherry and cassis that pick up flakes of Herbs de Provence. It’s very light and smooth on the palate with minimal tannins and well-managed oak that make this a nice introductory, everyday Cab — especially at the price. (13.5 percent alcohol) Eric Degerman and Andy Perdue run Great Northwest Wine, an award-winning news and information company; www.greatnorthwestwine.com.
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Owners Steve and Jeanne Schaub walk in the Red Hawk Ranch vineyard, the home of Regal Road Winery, where they produce wines with Spokane-area grapes. Regal Road is south of Spokane off the Old Palouse Highway.
Red Wine In India Find Regal Road wine in Spokane at: Albertsons, 3010 E. 57th Ave.; Atticus Coffee & Gifts, 222 N. Howard St.; Bottles, 3319 N. Argonne Road; Decorum, 126 N. Washington St.; Egger’s South Hill Liquor, 5611 S. Perry St.; Left Bank Wine Bar, 108 N. Washington St. Suite 105; Rocket Market, 726 E. 43rd Ave.; Santé Restaurant & Charcuterie, 404 W. Main Ave.; Williams Seafood, 2118 N. Ruby St.
Wine From India An irrigation system quenches their thirst when it’s really hot and dry. And when temperatures dip, an industrial-strength cold-air drain protects them from frost. Six-foot fencing topped with an additional 2 feet of razor wire is a constant, sheltering vines from predators throughout the year.
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Alba, the New Jersey's largest estate vineyard and most award-winning winery, will be featured at an all star list of restaurants and pair their wines with acclaimed menus at 90 Acres Culinary Center at Natirar, Milford Oyster House, The Bernards Inn, The Farmhouse at the Grand Colonial, The Ryland Inn, Stonehouse, 3 West Restaurant, Roots Steakhouse, Urban Table, Trap Rock Brewery, The Frenchtown Inn, The Grotto Restaurant, and Tabor Road Tavern.
Vineyards India The New Jersey Department of Agriculture is promoting "New Jersey Wine Week" from Sept. 18-27 and is featuring Alba Vineyard wines at the Garden State's best restaurants.
India Vineyard Alba, New Jersey's largest estate vineyard and most award-winning winery, will be featured at an all star list of restaurants and pair their wines with acclaimed menus at 90 Acres Culinary Center at Natirar, Milford Oyster House, The Bernards Inn, The Farmhouse at the Grand Colonial, The Ryland Inn, Stonehouse, 3 West Restaurant, Roots Steakhouse, Urban Table, Trap Rock Brewery, The Frenchtown Inn, The Grotto Restaurant, and Tabor Road Tavern.
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The wildfires burning across California are threatening wineries and vineyards across the region at the start of harvest season, posing a potential risk to the state’s lucrative wine industry.
India Winery The fire in Lake County in northern California, less than 20 minutes from the heart of America’s wine country of Napa and Sonoma, had reached 73,000 acres and was 35% contained by Thursday, according to the California department of forestry and fire protection (Cal Fire). Approximately 600 homes are destroyed, at least three people have died and others are missing as a result of the blaze.
Vineyards India Steve Tylicki of Steele Wines in Kelseyville said the biggest obstacle facing vineyards and wineries are the road closures and whether grapes remain on the vine. “I know of some vineyards that still have 80% of their grapes on the vine and they can’t get in to irrigate, which could be problematic,” he said. Steele Wines has already harvested “well over 80%” of its grapes.
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