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An Eclectic Selection Of New Wines

Under The Radar Inexpensive White Wines For Summer Other White Wines For Summer More Wines From Quinta Cruz and Santa Cruz Mountain Vineyard 2009 Clos De Fief Fleurie Cuvée Prestige A Stunning Trio of Corsican Wines Wines From Stephen Ross Wine Cellars Under The Radar Inexpensive White Wines For Summer 2009 Picollo Ernesto Gavi Di […]

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2009 New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc and Inexpensive 2009 White Wines

Following up on the 2009 vintage of the century theme, its very worthwhile to try the early arriving wines from the 2009 vintage. New Zealand was blessed with an excellent growing season and these early arriving Sauvignon Blancs show great appeal. They are fresh, clean and crisp and generally exhibit some combination of citrus, floral, herbal and grassy nuances. They match very well with summer fare of fish and salads and as a starter wine with hors d’oeuvres. Also, there are many other 2009 white wines that are inexpensive and offer really great value for the money. Check out the Pinot Grigios and an unusual, but really delicious Spanish white wine.

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A Tasting of Grower Champagnes and Sparkling Wines

The Vienna Wine Company and WineWise Oakland, California presented a tasting of 89 Grower-Producer Champagne and 11 Sparkling Wines from Terry Theise Estate Selections and WineWise in November at Campanile Restaurant in Los Angeles.

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Society of Bacchus Wine Notes

Note that the wines from all three of Dick Chang’s events and the wines from the Society’s 50th Anniversary event are mixed together in order by type of wine. There is a code after each wine indicating at which of the events the wine was served.

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