Terroir AS

+47 9116 9590 13 Skansegata
Stavanger, 4006
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  • This past September, I visited a number of small, medium, and large German wineries in Baden, Württemberg, and the Pfalz regions. There is a false belief in the wine world that small wineries produce higher quality wines than larger operations, especially cooperative wineries (or co-ops). However, the patchwork of family stories and wines I tast... Read More

    From the article German Wine Cooperatives To Be Thankful For


  • Blaufränkisch is a Cabernet lover’s best friend, but still very much its own grape. And that's an asset in today’s wine climate. Generations of wine drinkers stuck to the same old grapes - but this is an era that privileges discovery. Blaufränkisch is not new, per say, but an increasing number of Americans are gulping it down by the bottle. Plan... Read More

    From the article The Very Best of Blaufrankisch Wine


  • Domaine les Hauts de Mercurol Crozes-Hermitage 2017

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    I bought this bottle of winefrom a shop in Berkshire [www.peterosbournewine.co.uk] for £15.Crozes-Hermitage is an appellation created in 1937,although viticulture here goes back centuries,for red and white wines from 11 communes north of Tain-Hermitage on the east bank of the Rhone river.It is much larger though less prestigious than the Hermita... Read More

    Wine review by duncan 906


  • Well, DV, the Bordeaux Release is the largest ever, I think, with something like 241 product listings.  However, the advertisement was pretty much strictly on their internet site and at various locations set to offer the wines for sale.  To me, the whole operation is amateurish and stuck on the idea of first come, first served line-ups on the ea... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What's your Choice of Wine...


  • We are firmly entrenched in the era of globalization, and the exchange of culinary ideas has reached a fever pitch. Both casual and fine dining are the cornerstones of entertainment for millions of Americans. Meanwhile, celebrity chefs inspire new generations of home cooks to think outside the box. This zeal for culinary traditions and trends ha... Read More

    From the article Culinary Trends are Changing the Way Wine is Consumed


  • Cabernet Sauvignon is a shape-shifter. This is true for nearly every grape, but most especially Cab. Perhaps because it is grown in so many places, we are aware of the many different shapes it can take. Climate, terroir, vintage year, winemaking and more make a huge difference. But what IS it about Cabernet Sauvignon? The Gironde native has capt... Read More

    From the article How to Choose the Right Cabernet


  • A commune in the Cote d’Or, ten kilometers from Beaune, lies Puligny-Montrachet. The mere whisper of the name causes oenophiles to perk up. Why? This sleepy 400-inhabitant village is synonymous with the greatest white wines of the world.A storied appellation, Puligny-Montrachet was created in 1879, when Puligny received permission from the Frenc... Read More

    From the article The Greatest White Wines In The World


  • On a recent trip to Bordeaux, I had the extreme pleasure of exploring a particular group of appellations. A very particular group.This is the group of appellations where botrytis-covered grapes are the bread and butter for many wineries. Botrytis Cinerea, also known as "noble rot," is a favorable mold that grows on ripe wine grapes. This growth ... Read More

    From the article There's more to Bordeaux than meets the eye.


  • This Topic is partially intended to start a new thread on daily wine drinking as the earlier topics are just too long and too general.  How about telling us more about your choices and helping me start a new thread for the next generation, so to speak?  The "why" is the interesting part for some of us - but pictures are always welcome; after all... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What's your Choice of Wine...


  • The Bardolino and Valpolicella winegrowing areas are located in close proximity to one another on opposite sides of the Adige River in the Veneto region in northeastern Italy, and both utilize the same principal grapes varieties, Corvina and Rondinella (along with some secondary players). But the wines they produce are notably different.Valpolic... Read More

    From the article Join the Italian Rose Revolution


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