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Wine Legend: Hugel, Riesling Selection de Grains Nobles, Alsace, France 1976

Image Hugel-Riesling-Sgn-1976-300x198.jpgThe facts Bottles produced 5,500 Composition 100% Riesling Yield about 15 hl/ha Alcohol 12.8% Release price 130 French Francs Price today £209 (found on a Dutch restaurant wine list) Hugel, Riesling Sgn 1976 is a legend because… Sweet wines from Alsace had probably been made for decades, if not centuries, but it was the Hugels who from 1865 developed the styles that later became known as Vendange Tardive and Sélection de Grains Nobles. The latter is produced solely from grapes affected by noble rot and with a potential alcohol of 15.2%, although in practice the sugar levels are considerably higher. The 1976 vintage proved ideal for these styles, and the Hugels produced quite substantial quantities of them, from Pinot Gris and Gewurztraminer as well as Riesling, and made them commercially available…

Why Texas Is America’s Most Underrated Wine Destination – Condé Nast Traveler

Image imagesCondé Nast TravelerWhy Texas Is America's Most Underrated Wine DestinationCondé Nast TravelerNone of them have been around for more than a decade, and they're a blip on the beverage industry's radar compared to California—the state produces 85 percent of the country's wine, and has more than 10 times as many registered wineries as Texas—but …

Hopkins Vineyard event manager Patty Baillargeon talks about wine at a recent tasting.

In the fall, New England is a destination. “Leaf peepers” from across the country come to our little area to see the fiery red, yellow and orange colors adorning the landscape.

From aglianico to zibibbo, he poured an alphabetical tour of wine grapes – Washington Post

Image imagesWashington PostFrom aglianico to zibibbo, he poured an alphabetical tour of wine grapesWashington PostMore than 1,300 varieties of grapes are used around the world to produce wine. Dedicated wine fiends may be able to experience most of those over a lifetime. Jason Tesauro would like us to taste an alphabet's worth in a single fascinating evening …

Vinography Photographs: Lone Tree

Image vinography_desktop_lone_tree-thumb-650x433-6639.jpg Lone Tree DUNDEE, OR: A lone tree in the middle of a Domaine Serene Dundee Hills Pinot Noir vineyard is viewed from the air. The Pacific Northwest is experiencing an economic boom as a result of its European and Asian global business connections through Seattle and Portland. INSTRUCTIONS: Download this image by right-clicking on the image and selecting “save link as” or “save target as” and then select the desired location on your computer to save the image. Mac users can also just click the image to open the full size view and drag that to their desktops. To…

The mane of autumn

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Montrachet Grand Cru

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Moms Who Work Wine-to-Five – Wine Enthusiast Magazine

Image imagesWine Enthusiast MagazineMoms Who Work Wine-to-FiveWine Enthusiast MagazineThat picture is followed by several pastoral shots of vineyards from various corners of the wine world. An unexpected sigh escapes my lips as I wonder whether I've inadvertently bid my “old” life in the wine industry adieu, replaced by one that couldn …Wine Just Off The Vine Adds Four New Stops For 2016 Fall Tasting TourYahoo NewsHow current wine trends are playing out in NJCherry Hill Courier PostIndiana Wine Trail Takes A Look Into Swiss Wine Heritage In SE. Ind.Eagle 99.3 FM WSCHall 9 news articles »

Chassagne-Montrachet

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