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Chardonnay thrives in Washington, where the wines are nuanced and layered with a high drinkability. Our 2022 old-vine release includes fat, barrel-fermented components layered together with crisp, fruit-forward stainless lots - landing somewhere between cool-climate, austere Chardonnay and warm-climate, ripe/round Chardonnay. It's a crowd-pleasing wine that's equally at home with a food pairing or by itself.




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Most Red Mountain-appellated wines already have an extraordinary degree of geographical specificity since the entire AVA is only 4,040 acres. Even so, site-specific, vineyard-designated wines hold a lot of intrigue. Ranch at the End of the Road sits more than 300' higher than Kiona Estate at its highest point, despite its relative proximity (1.3 miles). The Cabernet Sauvignon block featured in this wine holds several distinctions: it's Kiona's youngest plant- ing (2016), the highest in elevation, and the only planted off-axis.


The trick with making kick-ass rosé in Washington is to grow the grapes an intentional way. We like to use Sangiovese, a grape known for fantastic red fruit characteristic and bright acidity; both desirable attributes for rosé. We set aside several rows at our Kiona Estate vineyard specifically for this wine, emphasizing higher yields, more acidity, and less concentration/color than what we'd typically aim for when producing a red wine (like Estate Red Mountain Sangiovese). Once we brought it in, we pressed it right away, allowing essentially zero skin-time. This is one pretty bottle of wine.


Let's get nerdy, shall we? Methoxypyrazines (pyrazines for short) are naturally found in high proportion in Bordeaux cultivars (mainly because they are all related - Cabernet Sauvignon is the offspring of Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc, for example). Depending on where and how the vines are grown, pyrazines can present in different ways and intensities; the spectrum can range from green/vegetal to savory/herbal.The New-World approach to pyrazines emphasizes integrating them in a balanced way. Cabernet Franc has a propensity for a green pyrazine influence; it's our job to balance that aspect in the vineyard and winery. Think of Cabernet Franc's pyrazine profile as salt in a soup recipe. Too much, and it overwhelms the senses. Too little, and the soup lacks pizzaz.Red Mountain's warm climate helps in this regard; pyrazines often present harshly in cooler climates. We can also mitigate the more polarizing aspects of overbearing pyrazine influence in the vineyard with aggressive pruning and canopy management.


There is an economic explanation for why white wines are not more prolific on Red Moun- tain: when a region produces red wines as well as we do, the financial incentive is to plant those cultivars. The unfortunate reality is that a bottle of high-quality red wine can be sold for more than a bottle of high-quality white wine. Ergo, white cultivars are uncommon in our diminutive region, where acreage supply is low, and demand is high. There is a significant opportunity cost to have a white cultivar planted here.So maybe we're bad at math. Maybe we planted white grapes here before anyone knew how good the red grapes were. Maybe we just really like white wine. Maybe it's a combination of all of the above. At the end of the day, Kiona grows eight (!) white cultivars at three of our highly-regarded vineyards here on Red Mountain.


This Merlot comes from our estate vineyards throughout Napa Valley, including our Suscol Springs Ranch in the cooler southeastern reaches. We also include grapes from our warm, nutrient-rich valley floor vineyard in Rutherford. The diversity of these Merlot vineyard sites enables us to craft a wine that highlights the best of the varietal; deep fruit flavors, silky mouthfeel, bright acidity, and refined elegant tannins.


A model presents a bottle of rose wine shaped like a rugby ball manufactured by Les Vignerons du Mont Ventoux ahead of the Rugby World Cup, at Vinexpo in Bordeaux, southwestern France, June 19, 2007.Tired of swigging alcopops, fed up with the high calories of beer and the high alcohol content of spirits, drinkers around the world are fuelling a boom in rosé wine. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau


Chiaretto is commonly found as a still wine, but it is also produced as a sparkling wine. The sparkling Chiaretto from Vigneti Villabella is remarkably crisp and refreshing. Franciacorta DOCG is considered to be the premium sparkling wine region in Italy, with Prosecco the most widely known. Yet this sparkling Chiaretto based on the Corvina grape has a very unique and desirable flavor and textural mouthfeel.


What it is: This can be one of the most common wine faults, known as vinegar taint, but it is also a tool used by some high-quality winemakers to develop complexity in their flavor profiles.


The overall wine situation at Costco is pretty dire though, with half the selection of just a few months ago and way too many oaky, alcoholic commodity California wines and way too few high-value, food-friendly European options. Just shows that supply chain problems are real, even for giants like Costco who do everything right.


This Lone Ranger needs no Tonto.The Lone RangerA light and summery cocktail blending tequila, sparkling rose wine and lemon juice.#wprm-recipe-user-rating-0 .wprm-rating-star.wprm-rating-star-full svg * fill: #ffffff; #wprm-recipe-user-rating-0 .wprm-rating-star.wprm-rating-star-33 svg * fill: url(#wprm-recipe-user-rating-0-33); #wprm-recipe-user-rating-0 .wprm-rating-star.wprm-rating-star-50 svg * fill: url(#wprm-recipe-user-rating-0-50); #wprm-recipe-user-rating-0 .wprm-rating-star.wprm-rating-star-66 svg * fill: url(#wprm-recipe-user-rating-0-66); linearGradient#wprm-recipe-user-rating-0-33 stop stop-color: #ffffff; linearGradient#wprm-recipe-user-rating-0-50 stop stop-color: #ffffff; linearGradient#wprm-recipe-user-rating-0-66 stop stop-color: #ffffff; Print Recipe Pin Recipe Rate RecipePrep Time: 10 minutesCook Time: 2 minutesTotal Time: 12 minutesServings: 1Calories: Author: Creative CulinaryIngredients1 and 1/2 oz Silver tequila1 oz Lemon juice oz Rich simple syrup two parts sugar, one part water2 oz Brut rosé sparkling wineLemon twist for garnishInstructionsFill a Collins glass with ice.Put the tequila, lemon juice and simple syrup in a shaker filled with ice and shake vigorously. Open the shaker, add the sparkling wine (do not shake) and strain into the ice filled glass.Garnish with a lemon twist.To Make the Lemon Twist:Use a vegetable peeler to cut long strips from lemon rind. Trim edges with knife and cut ends on the diagonal. Wrap around a toothpick or a skewer and slide into beverage.NotesTo make simple syrup, heat water and sugar over medium high heat, remove from heat as soon as all sugar has been dissolved. Chill.[br][br]I've found what really speeds up the process is to heat half the water with the sugar and then once the sugar is dissolved I add the other half as ice water and pour the mixture into a container to chill. Tried this recipe?Let us know how it was!


Uniquely dry, and highly reminiscent of a French style rosé, SAVED is comprised of a blend of red wine grapes-Grenache, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Franc, and Sangiovese. On the nose, it presents lime zest, wild strawberries, melon, and white peach. It is medium bodied, with crisp acidity and a long, lingering finish. Malolactic acid is present, from both American and French oak barreling. High minerality makes it perfect match for food pairing, with an apple, walnut and blue cheese salad being one of our favorites, but it would also pair well with ceviche, sushi, or goat cheese dishes. Chill well, find your best stemware, and savor what summer truly tastes like.


We work with a light hand to allow the natural yeast and bacteria present on grape skins to kick-start each fermentation. Rather than adding tannin, acid, or stabilizing agents, we lean on the tannin and acid naturally present in our fruit. With careful aging we create vibrant, balanced wines.


The Nickel & Nickel winery was designed especially to produce single-vineyard wines. Inside the beautifully restored, late-19th century, historic farmstead exists a state-of-the-art winery that caters to the individual needs of each vineyard. The tolls at hand allow our winemaker to bring forth the discrete personality of each vineyard, creating a collection of highly distinctive, single-vineyard wines.


Hope you can kick back and enjoy #NationalDrinkWineDay with your bestie today! To stock up on your favorites, don't forget to visit our website for $5 shipping on any wine, any quantity. Use code WINEDAY at checkout. Cheers, from one wine lover to another! ?


When pairing wine with Shrimp Cocktail, you want a wine that is low alcohol, as the horseradish and hot sauce heat will make higher alcohol wines burn. A touch of sweetness helps too as it helps mitigate the heat, and an off-dry Riesling (which is slightly sweet), has enough residual sugar to be pleasant on the tongue without making your cavity fillings ache.


Our final pairing is Torrontés, and here we have a medium to full-bodied white wine that is dry, high in acidity and features aromatic flavours of peach, lemon, green apples, flower blossoms, apricot and minerals. Thus, Torrontés is going to offer plenty of refreshment against the spiciness of the cocktail sauce, but it also has enough flavour left behind where you can appreciate the wine.


In the Saigne method, red grapes are harvested to become a red wine; the grapes are de-stemmed, sorted, and sent to tank for cold-soaking (the grapes are held cold for a desired period of time prior to fermentation, a common practice in red-wine production). Usually, as quickly as possible a portion of the juice is bled off (Saigne means to bleed in French) and set aside to be made into Rosé. For the tank of red wine, this means that you will have less juice to skin ratio, which in turn will create a more concentrated red wine. If the red grapes are picked at riper levels (more typical for red wine) this method can result in juice that has the DNA of a red wine, that is to say, the sugar is higher and the acid is lower. Sometimes to make an approachable Rosé the winemaking team will add water and acid to this juice prior to fermentation. 041b061a72


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