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Complex, fresh and aromatic Lake County Sauvignon Blanc with a delicate balance of citrus and tropical notes, aged on fresh cut Jalapeño and Habanero peppers. The Sauvignon Blanc combines beautifully with the Jalapeño aromas and flavors, while the Habanero adds ripe flavors and balance to the back palate. Yes, this wine is a little spicy.




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The die-cut wine label, printed on Neenah Royal Sundance Felt White 70 lb. Text [Get Swatchbook], leverages a sophisticated motif that reinforces the quality promise that Art + Farm is known for. The silk screened gloss varnish combined with the embossing on the decorative embellishments behind the wordmark subtly brings depth and texture to an otherwise simplistic design. The black on black color choice accentuates the contrast in finishes, from the matte background of the stock to the glossy flourishes in the design. The label shape follows the border of the filigree, adding to the subtle but elegant presentation.


House Wine ChardonnayA quintessential Chard packed with apple, peach, and Asian pear, and balanced by a hint of vanilla. Delicious grapefruity finish, too.Company based in Washington State; originalhousewine.com.


Drink wine and save the planet. With every Esquina purchase, Tree San Diego receives a donation to amplify the eco-benefits of carbon sequestration, air quality and stormwater runoff reduction through tree planting and canopy expansion.


Wine shop in Old Town La Verne featuring wine tasting, wine by the glass, retail bottle sales and gift items. Our wine tasting list changes weekly. We mainly feature small production California wines, but we do carry some imported wines as well.


In 2016, canned wine sales jumped 125 percent to $14.5 million, in the sales outlets tracked by Nielsen according to a report from Wine Spectator sister publication Market Watch. Last year they surged to $28 million, outpacing the growth rate of other alternative wine packages.


Cans provide many of the benefits of boxes: They are durable, lighter in weight so cheaper and more environmentally friendly to ship, and offer good value. Cans also protect against light and oxygen, keeping the wine fresh, and the material is inexpensive, cutting down on production costs.


For St. Mayhem, McDonald is now investing in their own canning line to meet demand, as are other brands. Free Flow Wines recently expanded and is now canning the equivalent of 300,000 cases of wine a year using a modified beer-canning line. And larger players are jumping into the fray, such as Treasury Wine Estates with canned wines from New Zealand.


Value linked to quality continues to drive the segment. A 3-liter box holds the equivalent of four 750ml bottles of wine. That means a $20 box is equal to $5 a bottle. Producers are also packaging their wines in smaller, more portable formats such as 1.5-liter boxes and 500ml Tetra Paks.


The wines below were reviewed blind in Wine Spectator's Napa office, decanted into empty glass bottles to disguise their original packaging and tasted alongside wines originally bottled in glass.


Note: Box wines are stored in a vacuum-sealed plastic bag that deflates as the wine is poured through a spigot, keeping oxygen out, so they don't have to be finished at once. Producers claim that an opened box will stay fresh for four to six weeks. Wine Spectator previously conducted a comparative tasting of boxed wines, re-evaluating them weekly for a month, and found that they tasted best within two to three weeks of opening.


CO Cellars, the collaborative space in Burlington, Vermont between ZAFA Wines and Shacksbury Cider, just launched a new cider/wine hybrid that is bound to be some of the most exciting juice of the summer: Electric Mayhem. The name, it seems, is an homage to the psychedelic band, Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mayhem, that frequently appeared on the original Muppet Show in the 1970s.


They regularly visit all the vineyards they work with, to directly monitor vine health and vineyard development throughout the season; this ensures that their wines truly reflect the terroir-specific nature that is Burgundy. They are firm advocates of sustainable viticulture, low yields and hand harvesting. In the winery, they work traditionally to capture characters of the Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes, and the sites they come from.


Does the world even want a new generation of wine coolers? For the most part, a sequel is never as good as the original. Just ask anyone who made it through Teen Wolf Too and Caddyshack 2. But sometimes the sequel is worth trying. This goes for The Godfather 2, The Empire Strikes Back, Terminator 2, and, thankfully, the new generation of wine coolers.


Your super geeky, wine-savvy friend may have every Romorantin, Valdiguié and unfiltered pétillant-naturel around, but do they have this classic sparkling red? With just the right balance of refreshment and complexity, great Lambrusco might be exactly what your friend is missing.


Wine culture permeates the space at Mayhew, where a fine selection of bottles and gourmet provisions entice in an open space with artwork and natural elements. Channel your inner sommelier at Thursday night tastings, or sign up for a class to get wised up on your favorite wine.


No returns. We will always ship within a few days of receiving your order, unless the weather is too hot or too cold (we'll let you know if so). Our wines are unfined, unfiltered and not cold-settled, so you may find sediment or cloudiness in the bottle. This is not a flaw. We encourage you to allow the wine to settle for several weeks after shipping and before opening.


All wines sold in California and title passes to the buyer in California. We make no representation to the legal rights of anyone to ship or import into any state outside of California. The buyer is solely responsible for shipment of wines. By placing an order, you authorize us to act on your behalf to engage a common carrier on your behalf to deliver wine to you. Wines may be sold only to persons 21 years old. By placing an order, you represent to us that you are at least 21 years old. When your wine is delivered to you, you will be required to show identification proving that you are at least 21 years old.


There is a $5 pp band cover, under 12 free. Bring a lawn chair to enjoy lawn seating or call to reserve deck seating for an additional $5 pp. You may bring your own foods just no beverages of any kind. Wine tasting and wine, beer, sodas, pizzas, cheese & crackers, & chocolates for sale.


It was like G.W. Bush and his elusive weapons of mass destruction. Nixon insisted Cambodia housed the headquarters of the communist insurgency, somewhere. As in Iraq, they never found it. The cost in lives was startling.


That Friday night was the first hot one after a severe winter. At Kent State, the tradition was to flood the downtown bars, get plastered and spill out into the street. The cops were ready. No May in mayhem.


To most of the wine growers (vignerons) of the Champagne region these technical developments at first meant little. The vast majority were peasant smallholders who could not possibly have afforded the capital costs of making sparkling wines, and they continued to produce still (that is, unsparkling), mostly ordinary wines for the regional markets. The great champagne merchants (négociants) of Reims and Epernay controlled the production of and the increasingly international market for sparkling wines. Many négociants (Bollinger, Heidsieck, Krug) had German origins; they built great châteaux, married into the aristocracy, and practiced conservative politics. Responding to the increased demand for champagne, the producers, who by and large held only modest vine holdings, persuaded large numbers of the vignerons to abandon their presses, stop making their traditional wines, and sell grapes directly to them. In the expanding market of the Second Empire and early Third Republic, this system generally worked well, enriching the region and many of its inhabitants.


Guy's focus, however, is on the often difficult years after about 1885, culminating in the destructive riots of 1911. The phylloxera epidemic and an uneven economy played important roles in the increasing tensions between négociants and vignerons, but the crux of the matter had to do with the numerous vintners within France and without who were fabricating [End Page 424] sparkling wines and "fraudulently" labeling them champagne. The champenois wanted to establish a firm, governmentally sanctioned protection for the champagne designation. The matter was not, however, a simple one. What was champagne? A method of wine making? Wine made only of certain grapes or... 041b061a72


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