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Rosé India Last fall, the state crushed a record 210,000 tons of wine grapes, of which 42,600 were Cabernet Sauvignon. That makes the suave red grape not only the most prolific variety in Washington, but also the most economically important, as brings in $1,440 per ton to the farmers who grow it.
Sauvignon Blanc India Wine drinkers and winemakers have an insatiable thirst for Cabernet Sauvignon, as the variety has increased in tonnage by an astonishing 54 percent in the past five years, pushing it past Chardonnay, Riesling and Merlot.
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Cabernet Shiraz India I ncreasingly, American consumers drink wine with meals. Organic wines' popularity has contributed significantly to the trend.
Rosé India According to Beverage Trade Network online, since the United States' Organic Law certification passed in 2002, organic wine consumption grew steadily by 20 percent per year with the exception of 5 percent growth during the financial crisis of 2008-09. Total organic wine sales top $26 billion annually.
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If you ask a typical wine consumer to imagine a California red, they'll almost certainly think of Cabernet Sauvignon. If you ask that same consumer to imagine a white, they'll almost certainly think of Chardonnay.
Late Harvest Chenin Blanc (dessert Wine) This is understandable. More than 500,000 acres of California farmland are dedicated to wine grapes, and Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay are the most widely planted. More than a quarter of the state's red wine grape plantings are Cabernet Sauvignon. And more than half of all white wine grape plantings are Chardonnay.
Cabernet Shiraz India Once upon a time, however, California's landscape was much more diverse. And thanks to a group of renegade vintners, California is reclaiming this diversity -- and producing more and more wines that are reminiscent of a bygone era.
Beautiful scenery, wines in Santa Barbara CountyMonroe News StarSanta Barbara is a rather new venue for wine making. The oldest winery in the county, Santa Barbara Winery, was established in 1962. The grapes for the winery are grown at Lafond Vineyards in Santa Rita Hills. You can sample the wines at the winery ...and more »
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Featurepics stock Whether you're headed to a dinner party, throwing one yourself or enjoying a steak all on your own, try these red wines alongside dinner.
Sauvignon Blanc When searching for interesting, memorable red wines under $20, California is not the first region that comes to mind. Finding unusual and complex wines in this price range is challenging, largely because of the high cost of production in California. France, Italy, Spain, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay – these are among the sweet spots when it comes to value and complexity in the under-$20 range.
Chenin Blanc And yet there are exceptions, including two excellent, inexpensive reds I’ve discovered in recent weeks. One is from Cameron Hughes, a California-based "negociant" whose company sources wines from around the world and bottles them under its own label. I have sampled a number of the wines in the last couple of years and among current releases Cameron Hughes's 2010 Lot 339 California Field Blend is an outstanding $16 value.
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