Cold hardy grape wines: They tried it, and liked it! Research surveys of Michigan tasting room visitors and Midwestern wine drinkers indicate low awareness and positive acceptance of cold hardy grape varietals.
Wine To India Michigan State University Extension affiliated researchers in tourism, Don Holecek and Dan McCole, sought to better understand winery tasting room customers and regional wine drinkers, and their behaviors, through a 2012 survey of visitors to 15 geographically-diverse Michigan wineries and householders in six Midwest states.
Wine Society Of India One specific goal of the effort was to establish a baseline of consumer familiarity with cold hardy wines that could be used for comparison with the future expansion of cold hardy grape cultivation in the region. Cold hardy grapes are relatively new with few acres planted in contrast to the more traditional Vitis vinifera -based hybrids.
The aroma of whole and freshly ground coriander, turmeric, brown and black mustard seeds, fresh garlic and ginger plus red chilies gently rises from the Madras chicken curry. The coconut milk has created a sauce that is bright and rich. This is to be our test dish for five young wines, as we travel from France to South Africa, across to Argentina and then Italy.
Red Wine India Flavors of France We start in the Alsace region of northeast France at the Helfrich family winery. The Riesling and Gewürztraminer varietal wines come from the Steinklotz vineyard near Strasbourg; Steinklotz (it means “block of stone”) covers about 100 acres in the commune of Marlenheim and is one of 51 vineyards designated as Grand Cru in Alsace. It is one of the oldest vineyards in Alsace with records dating to 589.
Wine To India The Gewürztraminer vintage 2011 with 12.6 percent alcohol is a perfect example of a wine described as luscious: The appearance, nose and palate are rich and full. The nose is full of fruit, particularly fresh ripe apricots. The palate harmonizes with the curry, displaying fruit, some honey and minerals.
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A tour of Va. wine country takes you to bucolic farms and rustic diners, and, oh yes, the vineyards, too.
Wines In India Sept. 6, 2014 Balloons launched from the grounds of the Boar’s Head Inn float above the fog, against a backdrop of the Blue Ridge Mountains, in Charlottesville. The city and the region are experiencing a wine tourism boom, but wine tastings are just the start of fun activities on tap.
Red Wine India My husband and I are sitting in a diner in Madison County, Va,, eating pie, and we’re a little surprised to be here. Not 10 minutes ago, we were sipping flights of wine at a swank tasting room built by tech dollars, soaking up a misty view of the Blue Ridge Mountains on a Virginia winery tour.
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India Wines Sandro Saade (R), the owner of Domaine de Bargylus, and French winemaker and consultant Stephane Derenoncourt during a wine tasting session in Beirut, Lebanon, Sept. 3, 2014.
Wines In India BEIRUT— Amid the war in Syria, one hillside vineyard still produces wines that are served in the Michelin-starred restaurants of London and Paris.
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Click now, sip later with crowdsourced wines This image of a vineyard was taken from Columbia Crest’s CrowdsourcedCabernet.com. Cameras show the grapes that “virtual winemakers” will be able to control. A few wineries are experimenting with using social media to crowdsource suggestions on how to make their wines.
Wine In India Two wineries — Columbia Crest in Washington and La Crema in California — recently launched crowdsourced wine projects in which online voters get to decide everything from the types of grapes used to produce the wine to the design of the label on the bottle. Being a home winemaker just got a lot less messy.
India Wines “It’s groundbreaking for our industry,” says Caroline Shaw, chief marketing officer and executive vice president of Jackson Family Wines, parent of La Crema. She sees the project as “lifting that curtain that I think gets people so intimidated when they see a wine list.” In the La Crema project, which launched last month, voters already have decided to make pinot noir, which beat out chardonnay by a mere 78 votes, and have further picked the Russian River appellation as a source of the grapes. Within three weeks of launch, the effort had attracted nearly 15,000 registered visitors and about 135,000 page views.
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