Wine Reviews

ReVah Pomegranate Wine Review

Until recently – If you wanted to try a truly great Pomegranate wine, you would have to take the small hop, skip and a jump to Armenia. Since that’s not exactly a stop on most people’s weekend itinerary, the folks at ReVah Pomegranate Wine found a way to bring it to you. If you are

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Unionville Vineyards: Must Try Wines for 2013

Located on what was once one of the largest peach farms in the United States, Unionville Vineyards produces some of the wines that we call “Must Try Wines” for 2013. Unionville’s “Big O” red is a great place to start when trying their offerings. This is a perfect blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petite

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Cline Wine Review

Cline has been producing some of California’s best value priced wine for more than 20 years. They are consistently ranked in top of their class by nearly every leading wine publication and pride themselves on providing quality for a fair price. In this edition “Must Try Wine of 2013”, we look at three of their

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St. Francis Wine Review

You used to be able to pick up a bottle of wine in the $15 to $20 range and be quite happy with it. Today, with the hundreds of bottles that have flooded the marketplace with everything from an angry school teacher on the bottle to a slutty cat, your odds of finding a decent

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The BNA Wine Group Makes Great Wine!

Sure… You could purchase a vineyard. Work the land year after year. Plant row after row of grapes, and nurture them to maturity through every weather pattern imaginable. Break your back through painstaking labor and eventually produce the bottle of wine you had in your dreams 30 years back when you first started…  Only to

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Happy National Sangria Day!

Yes… there is indeed a national Sangria day. (I love holidays that are invented for the sole purpose of drinking during the week). December 20th is its date, but in the event that you are reading this on any of the other 364 days of the year – TODAY, is as good as any to

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HALL Wines Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot Reviews

 Just how good are these bottles from Hall Wines? These are type of bottles that you get excited to see on your wine rack , the type of wines that make you count down the days to when you pop it open for a special meal or celebration. If you have anything to celebrate in

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Laetitia Estate Pinot Noir and Chardonnay Review

When it comes to wine I always say this: “Drink what you like”. When it comes to these wines from Laetitia Estate Pinot Noir and their Estate Chardonnay… I like these… I’ll take that a step further… I love these wines! To kick off our Must Try Wines of 2013, Laetitia Pinot Noir and Chardonnay

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The Best Champagne for New Years Eve

Looking for a the best champagne for New Years Eve or sparkling wine? Before you grab the standard “go-to” bottles of imported wines from the liquor store, might I suggest checking out some of the best bubbly produced in the United States. No rappers are not poppin’ it in da’ club, and unless you live in

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Our Top 3 Thanksgiving Wine Picks

You’ve spent days getting the sides and the dead bird prepared for a feast like none-other. Now what will you wash it all down with? To help answer that question, I give you the Top 3 Thanksgiving wine picks. These are picks from some of the wines that we’ve had the chance to taste and review

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Robert Mondavi Coastal Crush Red Review – Drinking On The Job

This is one of the best blends I’ve had all year. Robert Mondavi Coastal Crush Red is a solid wine that can stand up to spicy or grilled meats or would make a wonderful yin to the yang of a grilled seafood dish. Heavy on notes of burnt oak and dark cherries even a little

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Bowers Harbor Vineyards 2011 Chardonnay

To the unacquainted, Michigan is not exactly an area that one thinks of when it comes to Wine Making. Which is a shame, because Michigan white wines are some of the best in the Untied States. This in an example of one of those wines. Bowers Harbor Vineyards 2011 Unwooded Chardonnay. This is a wine with

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