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Paolo E Noemia D’Amico Falesia
 

Paolo E Noemia D’Amico Falesia

Wine Review: 2011 Paolo E Noemia D’Amico Falesia Chardonnay, Lazio, Italy The winery harvested the grapes from 30 year old vines at a vineyard located between Rome and Florence, overlooking Umbria, in the gentile climate of Central Italy.  (more…)

Video: Meet Portugal’s Most Distinguished Port Producers

17 December 2014

Video: Meet Portugal’s Most Distinguished Port Producers Sweet, strong and savory, Port is one of the world’s most famous wines. Join Michael Fagan as he travels east along the mighty Douro by train to see the incredibly steep, hot and rocky terrain where Port grapes are grown and must be laboriously picked by hand. (more…)

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Chateau Montelena Chardonnay

15 December 2014

Wine Review: 2012 Chateau Montelena Chardonnay, Napa Valley, California The 2012 Chateau Montelena Chardonnay is lean with green apple, peach and lemon core finishing with a lively dose of grapefruit and mineral that dance in the background. This is a great food wine that would pair with grilled seafood and chicken dishes.  (more…)

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Weingut Liebfrauenstift Riesling

13 December 2014

Wine Review: 2013 P. J. Valckenberg Weingut Liebfrauenstift Riesling Trocken, Rheinhessen, Germany Founded in 1786, the Weingut Liebfrauenstift estate is located in the German wine-growing area of Rheinhessen. The 37 acre estate is planted with Riesling and Pinot blanc, with environmentally sound agricultural practices that promote maintenance of soil structure. (more…)

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The Thornhill’s in Mendocino Introduce the Moniker for Luxury Wine

11 December 2014

Back in the eighties there were only a few value wines that I considered my go-to choices. Especially when I wanted to show someone you did not have to shell out a twenty for a bottle of good California wine. Parducci, McDowell, Guenoc and Concannon were the labels I usually chose.  Keep in mind this […]

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Bodegas Vizcarra Ramos “JC” Tempranillo

09 December 2014

2011 Bodegas Vizcarra Ramos “JC” Tempranillo, Ribera del Duero, Spain The 2011 Bodegas Vizcarra Ramos “JC” is a rich and earthy wine made from the Tempranillo grape. The initials “JC” stand for Juan Carlos, which happens to be the proprietor and winemaker for the Bodegas. Consisting of roughly sixty-five acres in the central area of […]

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Video: Discover the Wines of Alsace

07 December 2014

Video: Discover the Wines of Alsace, France Nestled between the Vosges Mountains and the Rhine River, Alsace is a picturesque landscape of quilted vineyards and quaint medieval villages. Join host Michael Fagan, as we travel through this little corner of France and discover its wines, indulge in its cuisine and revel in its natural beauty. […]

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