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A Truly Arrogant Ale
“This is an aggressive beer. You probably won’t like it. It is quite doubtful that you have the taste or sophistication to be able to appreciate an ale of this quality and depth. We would suggest that you stick to a safer and more familiar territory – maybe something with a multi-million dollar ad campaign aimed at convincing you it’s made in a little brewery, or one that implies that their tasteless fizzy yellow beer will give you more sex appeal. Perhaps you think multi-million dollar ad campaigns make a beer taste better. Perhaps you’re mouthing your words as you read this.”A Toast to the Beer Glass
As promised, and in lieu of our Domestic Microbrew tasting this coming Wednesday, I am going to take you on a trip to the magical world of the malty beverage and highlight proper beer-ware. Now proper beer-ware is subjective. If you are happy drinking beer out of a red party cup then by all means, go for it. But if you don’t feel like contributing to your local landfill, consider a glass that may assist in accentuating your beer experience.A Chardonnay for the Chardonnay-Hater
Introducing Mer Soleil; the Chardonnay for the non-Chardonnay drinker.Too many people these days have been turned off of Chardonnay because of California’s eagerness to create the biggest, oakiest, butteriest version of the once docile grape. Traditional French methods call for lightly oaked, well balanced version, that has completed malolactic fermentation. Malolactic fermentation takes the tart malic acid and converts into a softer, rounder and fuller lactic acid.Value Italian Wines
In the spirit of our “Value Italian” wine tasting on Thursday, I thought I would highlight some of our bargain Italian wines. I will admit that my Italian wine knowledge is not as strong as I would like it to be, but I always find that research is a great teacher. Since I love rustic Tuscan cuisine in my own home, as well as experimenting with simplistic ingredients that are in season, I really ought to be focusing in incorporating Italian wines into my rotation. And fortunately enough, there are plenty of fantastic Italian wines out there that won’t break the bank!Wine Review: Orin Swift’s The Prisoner 2008
Dave Phinney’s story is one of the most unique and admirable in today’s wine industry. After graduating from the University of Arizona with a degree in Political Science, Phinney began pursuing his team by working harvest at the Robert Mondavi winery. The next year he began Orin Swift Cellars with just two tons of purchased Zinfandel grapes.Wine Review: Block Nine Pinot Noir
Looking for a great Pinot Noir under $20? Caiden’s Vineyard’s Block Nine is a small production winery focused solely on Pinot Noir. Their niche: quality Pinot Noir at an affordable price. If you aren’t particular where your Pinot grapes come from, this non-AVA California Pinot Noir based in St. Helena, Napa Valley encompasses all of the bright red fruit and toasted oakiness one comes to expect from a California Pinot.Mendoza Magnifico
Argentina has multiple wine growing regions, but Mendoza is the shining star, producing more than 60% of Argentina’s wine. Argentina itself is the 5th largest wine producing country in the world and they have been making wine since the 1500′s. Up until the 1990′s Argentinians have been more focused on quantity rather than quality, with 90% of wine produced being consumed inside the country.Hats Off to Magic Hat
Last week we hosted a tasting showcasing the wonderful beers of Magic Hat Brewing Company. Magic Hat representative, Jessie Morris enthusiastically discussed the seasonal releases and brewing techniques of the off-the-wall company located in Burlington, Vermont.New Mexico’s Gruet Sparkling Blanc De Noirs
Ever tried a wine from New Mexico? How about sparkling wine from New Mexico? Gruet Winery, located about 170 miles south of Albuquerque is putting New Mexico on the wine map.Does Barometric Pressure Affect Your Wine?
For those of you who live in Florida, you know how much the weather can fluctuate from day to day. One moment it will be sunshine and blue skies, the next moment the sky opens up and dumps buckets of water.