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Since moving to Sonoma with a mere $24,000 and zero experience making wine, but a whole lot of passion, the duo has successfully produced high quality wines from some of the finest growers throughout California and Oregon, earning great respect and impressive ratings.
Red Wine In India News was announced last Thursday that the couple has come to an agreement to sell the winery to Jackson Family Wines with Adam staying on as head winemaker, and that Jackson Family Wines will welcome all the employees that have worked on both brands into their family.
Wine From India I have heard mixed feelings about the sale, some noting the size of Jackson Family and the worry that the work that the couple has done over the years will be diluted by Jackson and taken down a different path than what they had dreamed for their brands. I don’t think this will be the case. When Jess Jackson founded Jackson Family Farms in the 1980’s he wanted to show the quality of wines that could be produced, originally in Sonoma, then headed over to showcase the mountain vineyards of Napa Valley.
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India Vineyard So it’s time for my annual rant that bold, hearty wine is a far better match than wimpy light beer for the snacks that go with watching 400-pound linemen pummel each other for 60 minutes.
Red Wine In India Now, compared to Thanksgiving dinner, Super Bowl snacks tend to be more, shall we say, unsubtle, with fiery Buffalo wings replacing white-meat turkey and jalapeño-laced cheese dip taking the place of antioxidant-packed cranberries.
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Vineyards India Four out of five 2012 reds garner 90+ points from ‘Wine Enthusiast’ ONX Wines of Templeton started the new year on a high note thanks to four great scores from Wine Enthusiast Magazine. The boutique winery’s 2012 Mad Crush and 2012 Crux both scored 92 points, while ONX’s 2012 Reckoning received an impressive 93 points. The accolades are to be featured in the February, 2015 issue of the distinguished publication, out next month. In addition, ONX’s 2012 Praetorian, bestowed with 91 points, will be featured in the March, 2015 issue.
India Vineyard ONX Winemaker Brian Brown and entrepreneur Steve Olson aim to bend winemaking convention one vintage at a time. A discerning winemaker, Brown is particularly proud of the success surrounding the 2012 Reckoning, which was chosen as Wine Enthusiast Magazine’s Editor’s Choice. “Our 2012 Reckoning achieves the stylistic goals we strive for like no other vintage has before,” said Brown. “It packs the same hedonistic punch as previous vintages, but it does so with a grace and finesse that almost seems at odds with its inherent brawny nature.” Unhindered by convention, ONX continually strives to express the personality of its dynamic Westside Templeton vineyard as well as the vintage from which each wine is born.
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Well Red, White, and Rosé A serious amateur writing for other serious amateurs about tasting, usually wine, usually in Seattle, often from the western US, with intermittant comments on the Seattle wine environs.
India Winery Seresin Estate is a producer you should know, or know better. They’re a largish (if you’re not comparing against Yealands) biodynamic producer in Marlborough, and the biodynamics is one reason you should know them: Seresin proves that fresh, approachable, frankly delicious biodynamic and even no-sulfur wines are possible. But you should also know them because their wines are worth drinking with no labels attached, like the vegan carrot mole salad good enough to make the omnivores reject their roast chicken.
Vineyards India Perhaps the best way to describe Seresin’s core wines (the winery also produces a second label, Momo, and several higher-end pinots hovering around NZ $100) is that they’re easy to drink without being boring. These are biodynamic wines you can serve to people who don’t like weird wine. More importantly, these are interesting wines you can serve at a dinner party: you won’t be bored; your non-oenophile guests won’t be turned off. And you can probably even find them whereveryouarenotMarlborough.
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