Here at VinePair we drank a lot of really great wine in 2016. Still, some bottles truly stood out, and you’ll find the list of these below.
Vineyards In India Each wine on this list possesses one crucial quality: immediate drinkability. These wines are approachable, interesting, and, despite one or two exceptions where aging would help, ready to be popped and poured. That’s not to say most of the bottles can’t be aged; they can, and if you have the space and time, they should, but we recognize most people are looking for that great bottle to buy and drink on the same day. All of these bottles deliver that and more.
Wineries In India This wine is truly mind-blowing, and a prime example that Brunello is not the only Tuscan DOCG producing outstanding Sangiovese. In fact, this wine has us wondering whether Montepulciano might be the best place in Tuscany for the grape’s cultivation. Made by a boutique family producer, this wine is a beautiful balance of fruit and earth, with bright cherries equalized by tobacco and leather. What we find truly amazing about this wine is that it is not only drinking beautifully now, but it’s also a bottle that could be saved for years and it will only get better.
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Christopher O’Gorman of Rodney Strong Wines joins vintners meeting at the Forestville home of Trombetta Family Wines owner Rickey Trombetta Stancliff to taste wines from what they seek to have designated a new American Viticultural Area, the Petaluma Gap.
Winery In India 3 Rickey Trombetta Stancliff, CEO of Trombetta Family Wines and the current president of the Petaluma Gap Winegrowers Alliance.
Vineyards In India Rickey Trombetta Stancliff, CEO of Trombetta Family Wines and the current president of the Petaluma Gap Winegrowers Alliance.
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Each year, Wine Press Northwest magazine conducts its Platinum Judging — “the best of the best in the Great Northwest” — in which Northwest wineries are invited to submit wines that have won gold medals during the year.
Wines Of India The 16th annual competition drew 531 entries from Washington, Oregon, Idaho and British Columbia. From these, 44 wines earned unanimous Double Platinum awards, and another 124 were awarded Platinum status.
Winery In India This week and next, we will offer a few of the highlights, first with red wines, then with whites. Ask for these wines at your favorite wine merchant or contact the wineries directly.
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Our 2016 Somms of the Year tell us about the best wines they drank over the last 12 months.
Wine From India really know wine. As you can imagine, they’ve tasted some amazing bottles. We asked them about their standouts from this year, and their answers include a World War II-era bottling, a rare find from Abruzzo, Italy, and an outstanding Australian Chardonnay.
Wines Of India Chardonnay? Really? I think it was the surprise that got me too. I have been an ardent supporter of Aussie wine for the last few years, but when this one came across my palate it was a showstopper. It was one of those moments that is memorable just by the sensation. It was rocky, briny even, with just enough of the flavors that take you away from the fruit. This wine tasted complex, loaded, ready to be taken apart. I have had some incredible White Burgundy, cult Cali Chardonnays, incredible versions from everywhere in the world—nothing tasted like this. This wine left you wanting more of both the flavor and the sensation it left behind. They only produce about 50 cases of the stuff and it is quite pricy, about $125 retail, but totally worth it.
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Wine From India MY MOST RECENT ROAD TRIP was inspired by a wine made from an obscure white grape native to southwest France. I had served the wine blind to my friend Mario Carlino, a restaurant owner and chef (and sometime wine snob), and he was so impressed he mistook it for his favorite white. “Domaine Huet!” he declared, naming a great Vouvray from France’s Loire Valley. It was, in fact, the 2014 Michael Shaps Petit Manseng, from Charlottesville, Va.
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