Gourmets of Wine > Chardonnay: The Queen of California Whites Turns 100 at Wente ...

[Bay Area Bites] But the Wentes are doing thoughtful work with Chardonnay that should be recognized. So, a toast to this California wine making family for helping to pave the way in our love affair with a certain white grape.

Previous [Previous] King's Road Rocks! » Monday Wine Tasting at The He...

Next [Next] The Gray Report: Mer Soleil Silver Chardonnay: The bottle alon...

Some related posts from Technorati and Google.

[muchdealsweb1312's Space] From first the electric paving it was accidental, grgich hills ...: From first the electric paving it was accidental, grgich hills chardonnay was · Edit · Delete · Tags · Autopost. Did through the fictional food of the format, well running any corporations or element at all, Product Lascar Electronics ...

[Seler d'or] the Vinous Aesthetics of Chardonnay: Definitely not a Loser, an ...: The reason the Côte des Blancs is known to produce more mineralic and refined Chardonnay than elsewhere in Champagne is due to more south-facing slopes and the soil’s higher lime content that buffers the acidity in the wines. We would love to see some scientific research in this area. To conclude, we wanted to make this issue on Chardonnay because we firmly believe the grape variety is making a rapid comeback.

[Bonnet Creek Blog] A Bull & Bear Wine Experience: Dinner for Race Fans « Bonnet ...: During this special dinner there will be ample opportunity to speak personally with Kevin regarding his incredible racing stories and the challenges involved in owning one of the top professional sports car team teams and an award-winning boutique winery.

[TheWineBuzz] Give These a Try | TheWineBuzz: Pedro Lopes Vieira is banking on it. North American sales manager for Esporão, a winery in Portugal’s Alentejo region, Pedro was in Ohio recently to promote his wines made primarily from indigenous grapes like Verdelho and Trincadeira.

[Wine Musings Blog] Four Gates Winery – a terroir driven kosher winery in the Santa Cruz ...: The mouth on this medium to full-bodied wine, is gripping with tannins, dark fruit and minerality that come together into a nice round mouth. The finish is super long with nice red and black fruit that is topped with rich coffee balancing acid and oak. This is a structured and massive wine that will also open up over time.

[wine-pages.com] Tasmanian wine: When I first tasted it I asked Andrew what FGR stood for and he told me "Forty Grams Residual, although around here we call it Fucking Good Riesling!" Any variety can compete in this class and there are some truly great gold medal wines with in excess of 40 grams, but it was no surprise to me when I discovered that our Top Gold went to Frogmore Creek FGR Riesling 2010 or that the 2011 vintage of the same also picked up a gold. The irrepressible Greg Mellick won a gold and two silvers with three different vintages of the drop-dead gorgeous Pressing Matters R69 (2009, 2010 & 2011), and the R69 stands for 69 grams residual, of course.

[Kanye West Big Brother Lyrics] [WATCH]: Big Sean – Marvin Gaye and Chardonnay [LYRICS ON ...: Fully Iced Out Hip Hop 15 White Disco Ball Adjustable Pave BraceletEven if you are satisfied you can return the item for a FULL REFUND no questions asked. We are proud to have an unconditional, 'no hassle-no questions.

[Pure Michigan Connect] Pure Michigan Blog | Winter Wine Tasting | Pure Michigan Connect: Make sure your designated driver can handle the snow - the hills and winding roads of Michigan’s wine trails are part of what makes the experience so beautiful. But in the winter, they can cause quite a headache as you’re trying to make your way from winery to winery.

[Paarl Wine Country] Paarl Wine Country » Blog Archive » A Star-Studded Year For KWV ...: Another two wines, the KWV The Mentors Chardonnay 2010 and KWV The Mentors Shiraz 2009 shot to fame by being awarded gold medals at this internationally recognised competition. With close of 7500 wines from 49 .

[The Back Burner] Featured Foodie: Jameson Fink : The Back Burner:  No, he wasn’t drowning his sorrows in Thunderbird, he was exploring the wine regions of France, Italy, and America, all inside Randolph Wine Cellars and the Tasting Room in Chicago’s West Loop. He started blogging that year, and since then his writing has taken him all over the world, to vineyards on five out of seven continents (One of those unvisited being the very-grapeless Antarctica).

Reflected tags on Technorati: Blog, ,