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Chilean Wine Keeps Improving

South American wines played a key role in revolutionizing the concept of value wines in recent years. Argentina has had great success with its seductive Malbec, earthy Bonarda, and even the white difference of Torrontos. 527 more words

South America

Coliman's Bonarda/Malbec 2012

Coliman’s Bonarda/Malbec blend 2012 from Mendoza Argentina is belly-rubbing red velved, with big bright red plums, red cherries, cranberries, but most prominent is the dried apricot flavors and aromas. 13 more words

Wine Reviews

Weekly Wine Quiz #94: Grape Trivia - You Say Bonarda, I Say Charbono

The Wine Quiz series is not meant to intimidate. The whole idea here is to have fun and learn something new. When answering the questions, it is fully encouraged to use all available sources of information, including Google or any other search engine. 560 more words

Wine Quiz

Vineyards of Mendoza: Familia Blanco

The Familia Blanco Winery is located in Ugarteche in Luján de Cuyo, at an average of 970 meters above sea level.  The land in Luján de Cuyo is perfect for wine production with its wide range of temperatures and its semi-sandy loam to sandy loam soil. 370 more words

Malbec

Battle of the Blends Week 2: Mairena Blend Reserva 2009

This weeks contender for the heavyweight blend belt is Familia Blanco’s Mairena Blend Reserva!  As per usual, we’ll get into a little bit of history of this great family run vineyard and the woman behind the name on this bottle before delving into the details of the wine.   593 more words