Northwest Wines: Wineries put sparkle in Pacific Northwest wineBellingham HeraldThe Pacific Northwest sparkling wine scene is in a dynamic state right now, and it's only going to get better and more interesting in the years go come. At Michelle Sparkling Wines (formerly Domaine Ste. Michelle), longtime bubble master Rick Casqueiro ...
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Unlike large wine businesses in the New World, Europe's system of appellations creates a paradox of requiring everyone to think small, no matter how big they get. Unbeknownst to Pierre Ducourt when he began his winery in 1885 in France's Entre-Deux-Mers region, his tiny 9 hectare vineyard would spawn a family enterprise of 13 chateaux, covering 440 hectares (1,074...
Chenin Blanc India Unlike large wine businesses in the New World, Europe's system of appellations creates a paradox of requiring everyone to think small, no matter how big they get.
Late Harvest Chenin Blanc (dessert Wine) India Unbeknownst to Pierre Ducourt when he began his winery in 1885 in France's Entre-Deux-Mers region, his tiny 9 hectare vineyard would spawn a family enterprise of 13 chateaux, covering 440 hectares (1,074 acres) of vineyards.
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Louis Dressner Selections, Hand Picked Selections, Kysela Père et Fils, Martine'sWines, Neal Rosenthal and Peter Weygandt come to mind.
Rosé India But since 1972, none surpasses Berkley, Calif.-based Kermit Lynch for a track record of consistent excellence in importing wines from family-owned, artisan French producers. Lynch's relentless focus on discovering vins de terroir — wines that authentically reflect their places of origin — has created a magnificent portfolio offering inspiring, delicious tastes of French wine and culture.
Sauvignon Blanc India Over-extracted and over-oaked wines appealing to prestige-seeking proponents of numerical ratings hold no interest for Lynch. Rather, as he observed in his classic travelogue “Adventures on the Wine Route: A Wine Buyer's Tour of France” (Noonday Press, $15 paperback), “Wine is, above all, pleasure. If you keep an open mind and take each wine on its own terms, there is a world of magic to discover.” The magic starts with natural grape-growing. This means using organic methods in the vineyards with hard work, natural fertilizers and minimal synthetic chemicals. Hand-harvesting of low yields results in outstanding fruit, the sine qua non for terrific wines.
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Southwest and west-central Ohio wineries turned in a strong showing in the 2015 Ohio Wine Competition, sweeping the top “best-of-show” award and several other key categories.
Cabernet Shiraz India The results were released this morning by the Ohio Department of Agriculture’s Ohio Grape Industries Committee , which sponsors the competition each year to spotlight the best wines produced in the Buckeye State. Judging for the 2015 Ohio Wine Competition was held last week at Kent State University’s Ashtabula branch.
Rosé India Vinoklet Winery, in Colerain Twp. in northwest Hamilton County, captured the overall top designation of “Best of Show” for its 2013 “Brother Joe” red blend. The Valley Vineyards 2013 Syrah, estate-grown from Warren County near Morrow, tied for “best red,” while Brandeberry Winery in southern Clark County earned “Best Fruit Wine” for its “Black Dog,” a blend of red raspberry wine and Cayuga white grape wine. And The Winery at Versailles in Darke County won “best sparkling wine” for its “Stampede,” a sparkling red wine.
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