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You know who you are. You enjoy a glass of wine in the evening after a long day. Some of you even drink it when you're scoping....shhhh. Tell us what you're drinking tonight!

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Winery in Destin, Florida

Hello everyone! I figured I'd post about a great little place I frequent whenever I'm in Destin. It's called Emerald Coast Wine Cellars, and it's in Miramar Beach, FL (which is essentially Destin).…Continue

Started by Chelsea Adams Jul 17, 2017.

Seminar in Wine Country! 3 Replies

Hello Wine Lovers!I have a friend who owns a winery in Santa Rosa, so I planned a seminar in the area so we can get a private tour.  It's January 14-15.  Eclipse and Case CATalyst breakouts,…Continue

Started by Julie Samford. Last reply by Kelli Combs (admin) Oct 27, 2011.

New pinot noir discovery 4 Replies

My husband and I came across this amazing, relatively new winery in Dundee Hills in Oregon called Four Graces. They only do three kinds of…Continue

Started by Marla Sharp. Last reply by Marla Sharp Dec 6, 2009.

WA wines in NY

Just had an attorney from NY yesterday who was VERY impressed with our WA wines up here. She had NEVER had anything from the NW really besides down from CA....Apparently WA needs to start marketing…Continue

Started by Emily K. Nile RMR CRR Nov 20, 2009.

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Comment by kathy - iamwrdsmth on October 8, 2009 at 17:46
Kelli Combs,
I agree with you!
Comment by Kimberly Farkas, RPR, CRR on October 8, 2009 at 17:12
It's killing me to open this bottle with no one to share it with. Drinking a Montes Alpha 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon from Chile. It rocks! Especially paired with dark chocolate. Had to let it breathe a little while though. What are you drinking?
Comment by Kimberly Farkas, RPR, CRR on September 25, 2009 at 6:08
Jeanese, no, I haven't tried Slender. Didn't know it was out yet. Have you seen it in the stores? Maybe that's the wine we'll try for our first virtual wine tasting.
Comment by Dale on September 12, 2009 at 14:34
The German whites (Auslese, Spatlese) and the French red Chevalier De Bayard are my faves.....Travicello also, which is a "white" almost amber color from Italy
Comment by Cathryn Bauer on September 12, 2009 at 7:04
Firestone also makes a great Pinot Noir.
Comment by Kimberly Farkas, RPR, CRR on September 12, 2009 at 6:41
For all you white wine drinkers, my favorite lately is any New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc. It's light, crisp, and full of citrus. Kim Crawford makes a good one, and a lot of the stores carry Monkey Bay.
Comment by Kimberly Farkas, RPR, CRR on September 12, 2009 at 6:38
A good alternative to buttery, oaky chardonnay lies outside of California. Try a French chardonnay and it will be lighter and completely different.
Comment by Jody Rake on September 11, 2009 at 9:29
Temecula, about 75 miles south of LA, is Southern California's wine country!
Comment by Katie Barker Thibodeaux on September 11, 2009 at 9:19
Yes, love my wine - mostly Chardonnay, but I may be burning out on the oaky, buttery chards. I should switch to red, I know. Maybe we should get a wine tasting group together in LA? Any thoughts?
Comment by Cathryn Bauer on September 11, 2009 at 8:09
Never been dissatisfied with a Kendall Jackson wine.

Check out some of the New Zealand whites.

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