Verge Wine

707 490 4585 4085 Westside Road
Healdsburg, CA 95448
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  • I've told several people since I've returned that I have no interest in traveling again for some time.  I had a great time and there may be a few places I'd like to experience before I cannot travel comfortably, but in my heart I feel that travel is worse for the world than cherishing the place we belong.  I'm not disparaging those who love trav... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Tuscany and Piedmont


  • Hi everybody.  I returned last Sunday from two weeks in Italy.  We flew Vancouver to Paris and spent the first day walking everywhere, basically "Paris in six hours".  Saw Palace of Versailles the next day and more walking around Notre Dame and Sacre Coeur.  Flew to Bologna that evening.  Next day we took a train to Florence and spend three days... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Tuscany and Piedmont


  • DM - as you know, it's originally from Spain in Aragon. It was the most widely planted red variety in the world just a few years ago and may still be. It was also the most planted red grape in Spain, which still has like twice as much as anywhere else in the world. Relatively speaking they have even more Monastrell, but that's a different story.... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Garnacha, grenache--tomato,...


  • On and off with differing frequency mention is made on these boards of garnacha as a choice for certain palates, and in certain contexts. Most of the mention here is pretty generic, and doesn't get down to any level of detail.Would like to suggest we take up the subject of wines from this grape with better focus. Where is good, who makes the goo... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Garnacha, grenache--tomato,...


  • Unless you bought them with aging potential in mind, a fair few of your 2013 pink and white wines won’t be drinkable by next spring. Guzzle down the last of those quick-to-turn bottles, cellar a few others, and ready yourself for the onset of fall wines. Even if you do not live in a starkly transitional climate, this a great time to think about ... Read More

    From the article Summer Fall Transition Wines Under $20


  • Wine should always be enjoyable and approachable. It’s an intimidating subject to many people, but it doesn’t have to be. So when it comes to pairing wine and food, I like to have fun with it. And if you love food and wine as much as I do, here are some general pointers to keep in mind when you’re ordering a bottle of wine at dinner, entertainin... Read More

    From the article Wine & Food is Art, Not Science


  • Will the New World winemakers from China and Australia compete with France’s dominance?  This past Friday reporter Michael Lerner of Blouin News tried to answer that questions, taking a look at the two countries’ current state and using the data to peer into the future.  According to Lerner, Australia and China are grouped together, in part, bec... Read More

    From the article News Site Ponders Australia, China's Ability to Compete with France


  • Sorry, turophile. One day you may find yourself trapped in a big, scary, artisanal food desert. Fear not, for there is a silver lining. Such a scenario presents the perfect opportunity to marvel at human invention as manifest in processed cheese product. Once considered a miracle of modern life (along with canned beans, gelatin, and pressure coo... Read More

    From the article Unpretentious Wine Pairings: Cheese Product


  • This summer I'm trying to help you out of your seasonal drinking ruts. So far I've suggest some delicious alternatives to your standard drinking fare. Consider Portuguese whites, Soave, and of course Chenin from South Africa as tips worthy of investigation.Today I turn my attention to Spain, and in particular towards Rueda and it's mainstay vari... Read More

    From the article Va Va Va Verdejo!


  • Chardonnay is a pain in my ass. Really it is. I’ve mentioned it before, and it’s worth mentioning again. When I lead staff tastings in retail the Chardonnay days were the only one we all feared. Why you ask? Too many wines smell of old tuna fish cans and taste even worse. OK, that is a slight exaggeration, but the truth is that there is more cra... Read More

    From the article Chardonnay under $15


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