Our Lenn Thompson led Roanoke Vineyards wine club members through a tasting of several sparkling wines, including those made in the pétilliant naturel style. (Credit: Randee Daddona) Last weekend, as part of a series of “Locations” wine salons I’ve been leading at Roanoke Vineyard every couple of months, I guided 34 of the winery’s wine club members and friends through a tasting of eight sparkling wines. All but one was from New York, the outlier being an albariño pét-nat from Mid-Atlantic newcomer Old Westminster Winery in Maryland. These tastings typically focus on a single region-grape combination, like Finger Lakes riesling, or a variety across multiple regions, like when we explored cabernet franc made across New York.
Wines Of India This time, we did something a little different. Instead of focusing on a region or even an individual grape, we took a look at some of the myriad styles of sparkling wine being made.
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New Zealand is home to some of the world’s most beautiful landscapes: rugged mountain ranges, lush rainforests, and tranquil coastlines. New Zealand’s unique terroir also yields crisp, vibrant, lively wines reflecting the very essence of this island country.
Wine From India Sourced from vineyards in the Wairau Valley and Southern Valley sub-regions, the grapes yielded wine with bright and focused aromas of guava, citrus, black currant, and sweet crushed herbs, with a solid minerality that keeps the fruitiness at bay. A soft acidity with tart citrus lingers on the palate, with well-balanced astringency carrying the fruit flavors to a long, pure finish. This would be equally enjoyable paired with seafood or on its own.
Wines Of India Catalina Sounds Winery pays tribute to the majestic grace of the aircraft as it once flew over Marlborough Sounds by showcasing the purity and vibrancy with which that the region's climate and landscape are naturally blessed.
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Yes, this Sunday night belongs to Tinseltown and the 89th annual Academy Awards, when members of the film industry gather to honor their own on an evening filled with glamour, excitement and surprises.
Red Wine In India And while you may not have a front-row seat in the famed Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, that doesn’t mean you can’t have a seat on your couch with a glass (or two) of wine in your hand while watching all of the festivities in style.
Wine From India While your favorite picks may win or lose this Sunday, here are several wines that are definitely a class act all their own.
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India Vineyard Restaurants and bars are increasingly turning to a new method to provide unique, hyper-exclusive experiences: they're commissioning their own custom wines.
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Small business: I'll drink to that. Rhonda Abrams on the best wines under $10 If you’re like me, you’d like to help support a fellow small business owner, choosing a pleasurable wine from a small winery at an affordable price.
Vineyards India Here’s a dilemma most wine drinkers face: You want to buy a good bottle of wine, but you don’t want to spend a fortune.
India Vineyard have suggestions to solve our dilemma. Since it claims to be the largest competition for American wines, with 63 judges spending more than four days rating more than 7,000 entries from 28 states, and with one of the only wine competitions with categories specifically for lower- and moderately-priced wines, it can reasonably be stated that they have named the “best wines in America” under $10.
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