The Vines Leaf

(949)481-4754 801 Via Suerte #102
San Clemente, CA 92673
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Fine florals, for the southern orange county region. Weddings, special events/occasions, personal accounts, and your everyday fresh flowers are what we specialize in.

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  • Wines reviewed2006 Dolcetto dAlba 91pts2005 Barbera dAlba 91pts2004 Barbera dAlba 87pts2006 Langhe Nebbiolo - 89pts2005 Barbera dAlba Superiore -92pts2004 Barolo 90pts2004 Barolo Vigna Merenda 95ptsMeeting Federico Scarzello of the Azienda Giorgio Scarzello was as refreshing as it was intense. This young man is obviously a future star of... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Scarzello - An Emerging Star...


  • It had been many years since I had visited the cantina of Fedrizzi and this was a different sort of visit. When I was much younger, my family would buy wine in bulk from Fedrizzi and I fondly remember their fine Teroldego.While it is still possible to buy wine in bulk here, their finest cuvees are now sold in bottle, befitting their fine quality... Read More

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  • Wines tried:2004 Castello di Volpaia Chianti Classico Riserva 91pts2005 Castello di Volpaia Coltassala 93pts2004 Castello di Volpaia Balifico 90ptsI had dinner last night with young Nicolo Mascheroni Stianti; currently working the US markets trying to get the word out about his families wines. We shared bottles of Castello di Volpaia wines and t... Read More

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  • I almost drove by the Oreste Stroppiana winery, well actually I did since I was looking for the Stroppiana Winery, but as with so many small family run operations in Italy, I should have been looking for the Stroppiana house. This small endeavor is run by Dario Stroppiana and his wife Stefania who alone handle every facet of the operation. With... Read More

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  • Oddero Langhe Bianco 2007

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    This is a new bottling which begins where the story of Oddero Langhe Chardonnay ends. The previous white was a pure chardonnay from Serralunga that saw barrel-aged. This wine proved too big, alcoholic, and over-ripe for the Oders taste so they have switched to a blend, Currently 80% Chardonnay from La Morra, and 20% a changing mix based on Riesl... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz


  • While La Morra is responsible for a large part of todays production of Barolo such a significant portion of dominated by the modernist movement that it is at times surprising to reflect back on the incredible historical influence of the region. While lying in the Frazione of Santa Maria just to the north-east of La Morra Cantina Oddero is one of... Read More

    Forum post in the topic A killer visit with Oddero.


  • Two words: Jet lag.It is the torture that many people, including myself, must go through to enjoy a proper vacation.  Some people can deal with jet lag without any issues.  I used to be one of those people but I am not any more.  Jet lag was going to be my big challenge for my European Vacation.   Working in North America means I have to get the... Read More

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  • Two words: Jet lag. It is the torture that many people, including myself, must go through to enjoy a proper vacation.  Some people can deal with jet lag without any issues.  I used to be one of those people but I am not any more.  Jet lag was going to be my big challenge for my European Vacation.   Working in North America means I have to get th... Read More

    From the article European Vacation Part I


  • This post is an open invitation to Biophysicist Luca Turin to visit Napa Valley and help us understand the sense of smell.  During my previous holiday, I read Chandler Burr's thrilling tale of Turin's quest to convince the world how the sense of smell actually works.  In The Emperor of Scent, Burr tells the story of the "last mystery of the sens... Read More

    Forum post in the topic An Open Invitation


  • Blanchet Francis Pouilly-Fume Cuvee Silice 2006

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    Bright, juicy nose of ruby grapefruit, candied lemon peel, gooseberry and fig leaf. Exuberant and racy palate pours on the liquid quartz, lemon sorbet and sweet lime leaf. An explosive, extraordinarily clean and refreshing finish highlights the old vines and silex terroir and lingers with a lovely white tea leaf and tangerine spritz. An annual f... Read More

    Wine review by Vinfolio


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