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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 Chelsea Adams on October 17, 2017 at 13:27

Favorite bargain reds because this chick is on a budget. 


Comment by kathy - iamwrdsmth on October 17, 2013 at 11:32


can't wait to see how it goes with your Thanksgiving dinner!!

let me know!


Comment by Janiece Young on October 12, 2013 at 8:47

Hey, Kathy,

I'm going to get some of the Joseph Handler Riesling 2009, Germany Pfalz you suggested and take it to Dallas with me for Thanksgiving.  I think my sister is a fan of Riesling wines.  Thanks for the suggestion.  I'll let you know how everyone likes it. :-)

Comment by anita t. shemin on February 15, 2012 at 5:31

I recently tried Gnarly Wine and the Zin is a great bargain under $10.00.  It actually compares favorably  to an Amarone I had recently at 6 times the price, but it should be noted that wine is a truly subjective experience.  The wine  is deep purple in color, 14.5 alcohol, and is perfect especially for cold New York wintry nights or after a long day of waiting for the phone to ring for work!  Only kidding, but not!

Comment by kathy - iamwrdsmth on February 11, 2012 at 22:19

and it had a cork - the new plastic variety.

Comment by kathy - iamwrdsmth on February 11, 2012 at 22:19


the wine you tried and loved Gewurztraminer from the Fetzer winery , is one of my favorites!!  great by itself and goes with most things!!!

Try shopping at World Market for wine.  They've got an amazing selection, decent prices, and the salespeople KNOW their wine and can make good recommendations!!

I was there before Christmas and bought three or four bottles of wine for gifts.  I bought this one bottle of wine because I liked the blue color of the bottle.  and it looked nice.  it is Joseph Handler Riesling 2009, Germany Pfalz.  My parents brought over some pork (which we cooked and had with salad)  this wine went

G-R-E-A-T with the pork.  Best wine I ever tasted!!!  of course it was the food pairing.  when i drank the leftover wine later that evening without food, it wasn't quite as good as it was with dinner/food! 

but with pork, I recommend Joseph Handler Riesling 2009  Germany Pfalz

absolutely perfect on the palate!!

Comment by Janiece Young on February 11, 2012 at 13:33

Marge, I live in the KC area and we just got Trader Joe's in town this past summer.  I will have to give your recommendation a try now that I finally have a corkscrew.  (haha)  Thanks for the tip. :-)

Comment by Janiece Young on December 4, 2011 at 13:10

I admit I am not sophisticated when it comes to wine.  I need to take a class on wine.  But last night I had Gewurztraminer from the Fetzer winery and I really loved it.  I may even start drinking wines that have a cork, LOL!!!

Comment by Kimberly Farkas, RPR, CRR on November 22, 2009 at 6:45
Roger, I can recommend 2007 A to Z Riesling for Thanksgiving. I tried it with turkey the other day and it went very well. I'm not a big merlot drinker. I couldn't tell you a good year even. You could always research regions and years and start there. Cheers!
Comment by Roger Flygare on November 20, 2009 at 7:48
Looking for a recommendation on a white for the succulent Thanksgiving turkey and I guess I should also put on the table a red for the "dark " meat, eh?

Anyone up on Four Grapes Port? I had a bit a taste a weekend or so ago, pretty good.

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