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Cabernet Sauvignon, Don Melchor, Puente Alto, Concha y Toro, Chile, 2007, 14.5% abv.

Straight from what is referred to as Chile’s equivalent of a Grand Cru, the Don Melchor is one of giant Concha y Toro’s flagship wines.  110 more words


An Afternoon with Lawrence Buhler and Encore Vineyards

Hello and happy Wednesday #winelovers – I hope your week is off to a great start.  I had a whirlwind week up in the Okanagan Valley and tried some outstanding wine and met up with inspiring people. 505 more words

Hell Yes

Speed Blogging - Wine Bloggers Conference 2015 - The Reds

Happy #wineWednesday!  I trust your week is going well and that you are eyeing those cozy, autumn-like red wines to curl up with…

I had the opportunity to attend  517 more words

Cabernet Sauvignon

The Pre-Pre-Conference excursion with #goWBCCanada

Hello wine lovers and happy #wineWednesday to you!

My post today is of our pre-pre-conference excursion from NYC to Keuka Lake in the Finger Lakes region of New York. 495 more words


GGG and NYC - Day 1

Happy #wineWednesday!

I am currently touring around Keuka Lake and Seneca Lake on the #WBC15 pre-conference excursion. More to come on this region and its’ wines…amazing so far! 269 more words


Saignée, Culmina, Okanagan Valley VQA, BC, 2013, 14% abv.

It’s a beautiful, sunny, June afternoon and Canada’s women’s soccer team is getting ready to play in nearby BC Place stadium.  What better time than to enjoy a rosé that has been sitting in the wine fridge, just waiting for such an excuse. 148 more words


Notre Histoire, Bourgueil AC, Domaine de L'Oubliée, Loire, France, 13% abv, 2011

This is a wine made by Xavier Courrant who used to work in Paris as a wine retailer. In 2009 he purchased 6 ha of vines (five Cabernet Franc and one Chenin Blanc) in Bourgueil near Saint-Patrice and went to work making wine. 169 more words