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Wine and Jazz a Perfect Pairing

In my very first wine video interview, I chat with local Vancouver Jazz Singer – Jennifer Hayes

about the perfect pairing of Wine and Jazz… 38 more words

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PS: Howell Mountain

Dark ruby, nearly impenetrable, and with some sediment, which is interesting for a 2014.  Black cherry, thick and dense with expensive perfume and savory stew.  There is a richness to the nose you rarely see in Petite Sirah and it looks and smells like you could stand a fork up in it. 117 more words

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2012 Jezreel Valley Winery Israel Red Blend 750 mL

A Red Blend wine from Israel which is composed of 40% Carignan, 40% Syrah and 20% Argaman grapes. Israel, located in the fertile crescent of the old testament, has become very well known for its wine production over the decades. 229 more words

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Marqués de Riscal Rioja Reserva 2007, Spain 

My Rating 87 Points.

Price $25.


Ruby in color with a short brick/orange rim.

Gorgeous nose of sweet plums, cherries, strawberry pie, alcohol, vinegrete, cedar, licorice, cloves, earth, leather, pencil lead, peppercorn, chocolates, tobacco, herbs, Indian spices, cinnamon and cola. 144 more words

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Badet Clément Révélation Revelation Cabernet Sauvignon-Merlot 2014 Pays d'Oc, France 


My Rating 85 Points.

Price $7.
Nice ruby in color with medium intensity, and a wide reddish/ brick rim.

Fruity nose with cherry juice, plums, vanilla, toasted oak, red candy, light vegetables, chocolates, dust, peppercorn, leather, smoke and spices. 128 more words

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Las Gravas, minerality, freshness and fluidity

Red wine 70% Monastrell, 15% Syrah, 15% Garnacha, D.O. Jumilla.

Wine made from grapes from the plot of Las Gravas, located on the slopes of the mountain that dominates the winery, there is cultivated mainly Monastrell variety together with Syrah and Grenache. 272 more words

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Everything You Need to Know About Cabernet Sauvignon

Let’s face it, wine can be confusing. It doesn’t have to be this way: delicious booze should be understood and appreciated by all. Patrick Cappiello, the award-winning wine director at Rebelle in New York City, completely agrees. 65 more words

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