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White Wine India HEALDSBURG, Calif., Jan. 31, 2013 -- /PRNewswire/ -- Foley Family Wines announced today the launch of the company's latest venture, The Foley Food and Wine Society (FFWS). Developed with the goal of packaging exceptional all-inclusive experiences for people who love food, wine and travel, FFWS will offer members access to one-of-a-kind events and activities. Members will receive exclusive invitations to a world-class collection of wineries, inns, golf courses, restaurants, events and luxury lifestyle partners worldwide – all available via a complimentary concierge service. The concierge service is comprised of a team of specialists that will provide members with insights and recommendations on local wine education, cooking, gardening, golf, skiing and other active recreation activities. Members will also receive special offers and discounts from Foley Family Wines and partner properties throughout the year.
White Wine In India (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130131/SF51661 ) Foley Family Wines' impressive portfolio includes some of the most renowned winery producers from California's prestigious wine appellations such as the Central Coast, Napa and Sonoma in addition to producers in Washington State and New Zealand. The Foley Family Wines resorts, hotels and restaurants are among the most admired in the world, boasting first-class hospitality, award-winning greens, celebrated chefs and cuisine, making the new Foley Food and Wine Society's offerings an unparalleled, approachable guide to luxury.
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Readers of wine columns rarely ask much of wine columnists, but one stern request has become my Basic Rule No. 1: Please don't recommend wines that we cannot get.
Indian Late Harvest Chenin Blanc (dessert Wine) A fair request. Over the years, I've avoided writing things like: "This is a fabulous wine and it's reasonably priced, but the winery sold out of it an hour ago." As a result I have almost never written about Canadian wines, even though Canada makes some smashing stuff that is often very well-priced. I've tasted these wines frequently over the last 20 years and have seen an industry blossom with world-class wines.
White Wine India And not just the white wines, which in the 1980s wowed me with personality. Today, some of the reds are getting to a point where they are ready to do battle with the best wines in the New World.
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Rapidly expanding their global footprint, Indian wines made their debut in China’s rapidly expanding wine market, which is being wooed by top global wineries.
Indian Chenin Blanc The Indian wines were introduced at a colourful reception at the Indian Embassy here on Monday in which a number of local wine specialists, diplomats and media were present.
Indian Late Harvest Chenin Blanc (dessert Wine) To start with, two exclusive varieties of premium wines from Grover Vineyards’, a Bengaluru-based Winery were introduced.
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Indian Chenin Blanc Buying a supermarket’s own-label wine isn’t necessarily a case of pot luck – many have a hidden pedigree.
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Palm Beach Post Staff Writer The more I learn about wine, the more I realize there is to know. To me, that challenge is part of its charm. So when Pour Sip Savor Sommelier Jenny Benzie extended an invitation to learn about the region of Castilla-La Mancha, I jumped at the chance to broaden my horizons.
Indian Rosé Castilla-La Mancha is Don Quixote’s Spain, that large meseta of high-altitude, semi-arid interior countryside dotted with tall monochrome windmills. Just south of Madrid, La Mancha accounts for almost half of Spain’s total wine production. Its size dwarfs the more popular regions of Rioja, Ribera del Duero and Priorat, but its reputation for quality is far less inspiring. La Mancha’s most widely-planted grape, airén, is generally distilled for brandy. Many others fall into the jug wine category.
Indian Sauvignon Blanc The region’s hot climate can be a challenge, but its high altitude and extreme daytime/nighttime temperature shifts offer the potential for great wine. In recent years, an increasing number of producers are utilizing better vineyard practices, upgrading equipment and experimenting with new varietals and techniques. The resulting wines show promise for what La Mancha could be.
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