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SEPTEMBER 13, 2008 [Merlot, Oenology] Home made wine from Englewood, NEW JERSEY???#$%^
We ended up picking up some Zinfandel that we were pretty excited about as well as some merlot that we were a little less excited about. We were much happier with the Zinfandel than we were with the merlot. But rather than spilling out the merlot we decided to try a Zin/Merlot blend. I recently wrote about working on my second batch of home made wine. The Sangiovese & Cabernet Sauvignon grapes from California have been crushed, de-stemmed and had the yeast added.
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OCTOBER 26, 2008 [Merlot, Oenology] Wine starts in the Vineyard - Golan Heights Winery
Much more versatile in terms of foods it will pair well with than the more popular Cabs & Merlots. Made a trip back up to the Golan Heights today. Once again, feeling like a VIP (I think I can get used to this) I was taken on a private tour of some vineyards and given a tasting of selected wines. I even got to take a trip up a row of vines on a mechanical harvester. looks a little freaky huh.
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SEPTEMBER 26, 2016 [Merlot, Oenology] Lunch with Andrea Cecchi
However, Luigi understood how the potential of Italian wine making would be able to soar to the apex of world oenology once able to recognize the quality of the wines produced. Tuscany is an increasingly popular place for people to visit, both for its natural beauty and its wine.
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MARCH 24, 2009 [Merlot, Oenology] Buttermilk Channel NYC
A Brooklyn Oenology Merlot 2005 * I found utterly convincing (dark and dry, sparse fruits, but not to everyone's taste) and a 2007 Holdredge Wines Russian River Valley Pinot Noir ** which displayed good acidity in a worn velvet like texture on the tongue, but very light with mild dry spices and mushroom notes as the wine emerged.
WHY WINE BLOG [Merlot, Oenology] Why Wine: Joeshico Wine Review; Two Great Organic Rioja's
| TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 2009
Young Roberto Ijalba Pérez’s passion for oenological
innovation and cutting-edge trends are beginning to make their mark on the bodega’s wines. With ample experience in making and aging great wines dating back to 1964, Santiago Ijalba García left his position as general and technical manager in a historic Haro bodega to launch his own personal project. In 1998 under his newly-incorporated company Santiago Ijalba S.A. , he created the VIÑA HERMOSA brand. MORE >>
A WINE STORY [Merlot, Oenology] Visiting Morlanda Winery in Priorat with Judit Llop
| SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2010
The grapes allowed by the region include Garnacha and Carinena, which combine together to produce wines of dramatic power and depth, though in recent years Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
and Syrah have been recently planted. Judit was born the daughter of vineyard owners, and despite her youth has an impressive resume of oenology
degrees and positions with winemakers such as Miguel Torres. MORE >>