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  • Super Bowl XLIX will be played on February 1, 2015 at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. It’s too early at the time of writing to pick wines from the two final states represented in the game, though for something you could find easily throughout the US there are only two producers in the current eight team bracket: Washington an... Read More

    From the article How to Pair Wine with Super Bowl Foods


  • Americans have a certain countess to thank for the recent inclusion of two United States varietals in the Downton Abbey series of wines. The Countess of Grantham Lady Cora Crawley is the namesake of the new line, called “Countess of Grantham Collection,” a nod to the countess' American birth.  “The wines – a Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay, bo... Read More

    From the article Lords and Ladies: Downton Abbey Adds American Offerings to Wine Line


  • I have been trying to find info on wine terminology. Im lost everytime I visit the wine section and read the reviews as I dont know what they mean.  Please help. I enjoy red and whites that are not very sweet and not dry and that I can drink 3 sips at once without  having to pucker. Not as sweet as Beringers white zifandel  and not as dry as Mir... Read More

    Forum post in the topic No clue about Wine Terminology


  • I once spent 48 hours making a sauce from scratch. It was a classic Sauce Robert that started with a tray full of bones and vegetables. The compound sauce required demi-glace, the rich reduction of beefy goodness that takes a lot of time and effort, and I was determined to use no pre-made ingredients. At the end, gallons of liquid and pounds of ... Read More

    From the article TV Dinner and Wine Pairing Guide


  • You got it - the terms are loosely thrown around and you're supposed to use your best judgment.That's not entirely true I guess - you can do a Google search and find various dictionaries or texts and there's even an aroma wheel that's supposed to give you terms to use for certain smells, but in the end, the terminology to describe taste is prett... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wine description terms


  • I've been watching some YouTube videos of Sommeliers participating in a blind tasting. There's some terms they are using that I am curious about.They use the terms "Medium" or "Medium-Plus" when describing things like viscosity or aromatic intensity. "High" and "Low" are also thrown around quite a bit.Is there an organized list or description sy... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wine description terms


  • Mauritson Sauvignon Blanc Dry Creek Valley 2013

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    I swear that Mauritsons is more like a New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc than any other California version I have ever had. I like the wine. From the first whiff you can detect tons of citrus aroma. On the tongue that is translated to grapefruitstrong grapefruit. All the acid tartness makes it an amazingly refreshing wine. I just thought, though,... Read More

    Wine review by EMark


  • Science knows a thing or two about tasting notes. A recent study by Alison K. Baker and Carolyn F. Ross titled “Wine finish in red wine: The effect of ethanol and tannin concentration” published this month in volume 38 of “Food Quality and Preference” concluded that ethanol and tannins have a significant effect on the expression and duration of ... Read More

    From the article Staying Power: How Tannins, Ethanol Affect Flavors in Red Wine


  • Lots of articles come out this time of year suggesting wine pairings for large, rustic holiday meals and dinner parties with many conflicting ingredients. Indeed, there are perfect food and wine matches to be discovered. However, I use holidays like these to pair the wines with the guests – especially wine novice guests. The holidays are a chanc... Read More

    From the article 5 Novice Wines for Your Holiday Table


  • Thanksgiving wine pairing can be tough. With tons of different flavors and lots of different palates at the table, it's downright difficult, if not impossible, to find the perfect wine. Pinot Noir, Riesling and Beaujolais are always near the top of the most recommended list, while Carmenere and Gewurztraminer  seem to be this year's trendy picks... Read More

    From the article Off The Beaten Path Thanksgiving Wine Values


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