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Trending towards single varietals

The Northern California wine scene is more abundant than ever with new wineries adding their special stamp to the bountiful landscape. Over the past few years, I have noticed a subtle trend among wine portfolios – an increase in single varietal offerings. 338 more words

Cab Franc

101 Best Wineries in America 2016

The Daily Meal has recently published on their website the list of 101 Best Wineries in America for the 2016.  Looking into the list and if you stop at number #72 you will notice an Andis Wines. 769 more words

Red Wine

Cline Cashmere BLACK MAGIC

Cline 

CASHMERE

Black Magic

Red Blend

Cashmere Black Magic is an alluring blend of grapes that were spirited away from ancient vines rising up from the dark, rich loam.

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Wine Review Thacher Mourvedre Paso Robles 2012

The thermometer hovers around 70 Fahrenheit. Gray blankets the sky. Rain falls.  Classic summer in Oregon.

My heart (and lack of sweater) longs for warmth. So I turn to California’s sun-slathered central coast: Paso Robles. 271 more words

"Kosmos" 2014

Kosmos 2014 is an organic red blend made by Gerard Bertrand. This wine is simply classified as “Vin de France,” from the South of France, which allows Bertrand more freedom, than a more stringently regulated classification. 150 more words

Wine Reviews

Domaine Houchart

Ranked third among the wines from this region, several important critics have rated this wine highly, with respect to number of prizes won: Gold Medal, Concours Vin de Province 2016 and Gold Medal, Vinalies Internationales Paris 2016. 70 more words

The Friday Night Wine