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Acid Freaks Unite: Highlights From the 2015 IPOB Tasting

Every year, I look forward to the In Pursuit of Balance (IPOB) tasting in San Francisco. Started by Raj Parr and Jasmine Hirsch as a way to highlight a group of Pinot Noir producers in California that they felt were pioneering a more...Show More Summary

Mixed sample case of 12 from The Wine Company

Contains 2 bottles of the below: Sauvignon de Touraine, Domaine Bellevue, 2013 Albariño ‘Atlantik’ Bodegas Fillaboa, 2013 3 Montagny 1er Cru Chaniots, Vig. de Buxy, 2012 Pinot Noir Enco, Anakena, Chile, 2012 Malbec Reserva, Gouguenheim, Mendoza, 2012 Laudun, Ch. Courac, C. du R. Villages, 2011 Price per case of 12: £137.88  £122.00 Offer closes on […]

Red sample case of 12 from The Wine Company

Contains 4 bottles of the below: Pinot Noir Enco, Anakena, Chile, 2012 Malbec Reserva, Gouguenheim, Mendoza, 2012 Laudun, Ch. Courac, C. du R. Villages, 2011 Price per case of 12: £129.88  £116.00 Offer closes on 29 May 2015. Prices include VAT and free delivery on the British mainland. Need advice or wish to place your […]

Pinot Noir Enco, Anakena, Chile, 2012 (Case of 12)

Jonathan Ray’s Review: The 2012 Pinot Noir Enco, Anakena, is lip-smackingly juicy and gloriously affordable. Produced in the Leyda Valley, in the foothills of the Chilean Andes by South African winemaker Gavin Taylor — who has honed his...Show More Summary

Black Dahlia: Re-Creating Elizabeth Short’s Final Meal Puts the Ghoul in Goulash

An image of the Black Dahlia crime scene sets the mood for dinner. How about some pinot extra noir?  It takes a special sort of person to think it’s a swell idea to have a pricey meal ($65 per) while … Continue reading ?

What's in your wine? How production methods affect color and taste of Pinot Noir

The taste and color of your wine depends on the methods used to produce it and the chemicals added during production, says new research. The researchers behind the study say wine bottles should carry information about what the manufacturers add during processing – including sugars and acids.

Seven Great California Pinot Noirs To Try This Year

The wonderful world of California pinot noir is as dazzling as ever as winemakers from regions such as the Sonoma Coast, Santa Barbara and Anderson Valley continue to produce elegant, vivid examples of this beguiling grape. Frankly, they just get better every year, and more expensive, unfortunately. At this point, [...]

Great Pinot Noirs $25 & Under

"The Quest for a $20 Pinot Noir" from the WSJ Blog "On Wine" got us thinking. While it is admittedly difficult to find a great Pinot Noir for a reasonable price, we have found some in our tasting travels that are varietally correct and deliciously noteworthy, all for $25 or less.The 2008 J. Show More Summary

Vinography Images: The Color of Spring

The Color of Spring NAPA VALLEY, CA: Wild mustard and a Carneros Pinot Noir vineyard frame a lake of blue sky in the Spring. Water has become the topic of the year for many wine growers in California in the midst of one of the most severe...Show More Summary

Storm Pinot Noir ‘Vrede’ 2012, a new star from South Africa

Hannes Storm was, for a decade, winemaker at Hamilton Russell, until he left in 2014 to do his own thing. Well, this is the first chance I’ve had to try one of his own wines, and it’s a very assured Pinot from Hemel-en-Aarde. He’s making two Pinot Noirs, and this one is from a 2 [...]

Winemaker’s lunch with Anthony Hamilton Russell

Join us in the Spectator boardroom on Thursday 14 May for the next in our series of Spectator Winemaker Lunches with Anthony Hamilton Russell, producer of South Africa’s most ‘Burgundian’ Pinot Noir and quite possibly its finest one too. Anthony will introduce his exceptional Pinots and Chardonnays as well as his Southern Right Sauvignon Blanc. We hope he might also bring […]

Review: 2013 Vineyard 29 Cru Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc

A pair of new wines from Vineyard 29 under the “Cru” label, one a Napa Sauvignon Blanc from V29’s backyard, the other a pinot brought in from Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Both are excellent. Thoughts, as always, follow. 2013 Vineyard 29… Continue reading ? The post Review: 2013 Vineyard 29 Cru Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc appeared first on Drinkhacker.

Les Terres d’Ocre Saint-Pourcain, a delicious Gamay Pinot blend

Located in the Auvergne, Saint-Pourçain actually has more in common with the Maconnais than the Loire, with Chardonnay, Gamay and Pinot Noir the main varieties. (You can read more about this small but interesting appellation on Richard Kelley’s site.) This is an inexpensive but delicious wine that’s a 60/40 blend of Gamay and Pinot. Worth [...]

Vinography Images: Waves of Vines

Waves of Vines NAPA VALLEY, CA: Rolling pinot noir vineyards in the Carneros AVA near Napa, California. vineyards all over the state are bursting with life, many weeks earlier than normal. INSTRUCTIONS: Download this image by right-clicking...Show More Summary

It's an A Cappella Cover of the Kimmy Schmidt Theme Song...Dammit!

Here’s a cappella group Range performing the infuriatingly catchy theme from Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. It’s no “Pinot Noir,” but it’s still, uhhh, a fascinating performance. Read more...

Tasting of the Week: Williams Selyem Pinots at the Wine Country

The Wine Country in Signal Hill has one of the most robust wine tasting programs around. Wednesday night, the 20-year-old shop is holding a Williams Selyem Pinot Noir tasting that’s been long in the making.

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