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LangeTwins Winery and Vineyards Pinot Noir #Wine

-+*I love finding good quality local wineries and their wines. A friend and wine buyer recommended I try a bottle or two of LangeTwins Winery and Vineyards Estate Grown Pinot Noir. I’ve always been a fan of a good Pinot Noir. My freind’s recommendation was very much appreciated. Once I tried it, I agreed, it was indeed a...

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Lawsuit Claims Popular, Low-Cost Wines Contain High Levels of Arsenic

Mar 20, 2015
Lawsuit Claims Popular, Low-Cost Wines Contain High Levels of Arsenic

LOS ANGELES- A class action lawsuit filed on Thursday claims some of the top-selling, low-cost wines produced by dozens of wineries in California contain “very high levels of arsenic.” According to the lawsuit, varieties of wines including Trader Joe’s Two-Buck Chuck White Zinfandel, Franzia White Grenache and Menage a Trois Moscato had three and...

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My Wine Page: #Wine

-+*I’ve little time of late, to do any kind of research on the many fun new wines I’ve come across. That said, I thought you might enjoy hearing about how my wine page came about on my blog. My Wine Page To set the record straight, I am, by no means, a wine expert. Like so...

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TAPAS Tempranillo Tasting is April 26, 2015 at the Presidio, San Francisco!

Mar 12, 2015
TAPAS Tempranillo Tasting is April 26, 2015 at the Presidio, San Francisco!

If you like wine at all (especially wines made in a Spanish style), don’t miss this event: TAPAS is pleased to announce the most extensive tasting of domestically produced Tempranillos and other Iberian varietal wines. Join nearly 40 TAPAS member vintners for the 8th annual Grand Wine Tasting held at the Golden Gate Club at...

KimberlyMichelle
Wine Wednesday: Vinotype

Wine Wednesday: Vinotype

What’s your Vinotype?   According to this survey I’m “hypersensitive.”   That means… my wine preferences run toward more delicate, dry wines with lower alcohol levels and reds have to be especially rich and smooth for my highly sensitive sensory perception. I’m towards the top end of the scale in terms of my sensory sensitivity....

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Luna Vineyards Pinot Grigio: #Wine

It was one of those times when I just needed a good glass of wine to end the day. Enter Luna Vineyards Pinot Grigio. I do find a good Pinot Grigio to be very refreshing, and this one is just that. If you’ve ever been to the Napa Valley Wine Region, then you know...

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Mimosas My Way: #Wine #Cocktail

Just recently, my husband and I celebrated our wedding anniversary. We’ve never been much for big presents, but we do like to go to an extra special place to eat on our special day. We made a decision to go to Napa for a special brunch at one of our favorite haunts. As you...

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Mark West Winery – Pinot Noir For The People: #Wine

I’ve written about this wine before, but I just had to revisit it. We were out to dinner with friends. The server recommended a Mark West Pinot Noir and again I found it to be a delight.  As you would expect, this wine went well with the entrees.  Again I went in search for...

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Sierra Vintners report early bud break: two weeks ahead of last year

Sierra Vintners report early bud break: two weeks ahead of last year

“Ah, it’s that beautiful time of year again- skies are blue, the air is mild, the trees are blooming…wait- what?! It’s only mid-February!” according to Naggiar Vineyard’s blog. “While parts of the country are buried several feet deep in snow with more on the way- um, sorry East Coasters?- we have been enjoying...

Sierra FoodWineArt Magazine
Sierra Vintners report early bud break: two weeks ahead of last year

Sierra Vintners report early bud break: two weeks ahead of last year

“Ah, it’s that beautiful time of year again- skies are blue, the air is mild, the trees are blooming…wait- what?! It’s only mid-February!” according to Naggiar Vineyard’s blog. “While parts of the country are buried several feet deep in snow with more on the way- um, sorry East Coasters?- we have been enjoying...

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