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Anthony Carone: Pioneer of Quebec Pinot Noir
There is a lot of buzz about wineries in Quebec. Professionals and consumers alike have been recently pondering whether or not this is a place that can make good wine, or if terroir can even exist here?    These are not new debates, and it is worth mentioni...
Anthony Carone: Pioneer of Quebec Pinot Noir
Anthony Carone: Pioneer of Quebec Pinot Noir
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Antony Carone: Pioneer of Quebec Pinot Noir
There is a
lot of buzz about wineries in Quebec. Professionals and consumers alike have
been recently pondering whether or not this is a place that can make good wine,
or if terroir can even exist here?   These
are not new debates, and it is worth mentionin...
Antony Carone: Pioneer of Quebec Pinot Noir
Antony Carone: Pioneer of Quebec Pinot Noir
walkonthewineside.blogspot.com
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Marchesi Antinori : 600 Years of Winemaking History
When a
family has been in the business of making wine since the 14 th Century,  it can be considered one of the most important in Italy, and Marchesi Antinori has been making some of the finest.   In 1966, Pierro Antinori took
the reigns in the family busin...
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Pio Cesare: Wines with a Modern Approach in a Traditional Style
When we think
of Piedmonte, we think of Barolo and Barbaresco.   When we think of Barolo and Barbaresco, we ultimately
think of Nebbiolo, a wine that commands attention, respect and a little bit of
patience.   These same three characteristics
rang true when...
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Jean-Luc Colombo: Quality Wines from a Quality Person
There seems
to be a recurring theme when I drink wines that I really enjoy, that sometimes make me stop in wonder.   A wine, that at first sip takes
you somewhere and resonates with you in a way that cannot be explained.    This is the experience I had last...
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Jean-Luc Colombo : Quality Wines from a Quality Person
There seems
to be a recurring theme when I drink wines that sort of make me stop and
wonder.   A wine, that at first sip takes
you somewhere and resonates with you in a way you cannot explain.   This is the experience I had last year,   when I first tasted ...
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Trailblazer's of the Okanagan : Part 4 Mission Hill Family Estate
Mission
Hill Estate Winery Wine Maker:
Darryl Brooker Photo Credit: Michael Mcduff As one of
the most important and successful wineries in the country, Mission Hill is a
family owned winery producing some of the best wines that the Okanagan Valley
has to of...
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Trailblazer's of the Okanagan Part 3: Cedar Creek Estate Winery
Cedar Creek
Estate Winery Vineyards:
East Kelowna and Osyoos Age of
Vines: 30+ Wine Maker:
Taylor Whelan Photo Credit: Michael McDuff Cedar Creek
has been making wine for the past 30 years by the Fitzpatrick family in
Kelowna, British Columbia.   In 2014, t...
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Trailblazers of the Okanagan: Part 2 Checkmate Winery
Checkmate Winery Production: 300
cases Chardonnay Grapes: Chardonnay
and Merlot Vines: Chardonnay
40+ years old Winemaker: Phil
McGahan   Photo: Michael McDuff  Checkmate also focuses on two main varieties,
being Chardonnay and Merlot.   What is
particularl...
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Trailblazers: Four Outstanding Wineries in British Columbia, Leading the Way to Incredibly Elegant and Terrior Focused Wines
Not long
ago I was fortunate enough to attend a tasting with Mark Anthony Wine and Spirits,
in which the theme was entitled: Trailblazers of Osoyoos and Okanagan Valley – a
tasting presented by the 4 winemakers of Anthony von Mandl’s wineries;   Taylor Whel...
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