Tag Archives: Bordeaux

National Sauvignon Blanc Day

Sauvignon Blanc (like malbec) can be found on many wine lists, but unlike malbec, is grown all over the world, with some famous wines coming from the French regions of Sancerre and Pouilly Fume, and from the New World in … Continue reading

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National Malbec Day

French or Argentine? When you think malbec, what country comes to mind first? Is it the malbec made popular by the Argentinians where (almost) every winery in the country has one, and it’s found everywhere on restaurant wine lists? Or, do … Continue reading

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Not Just Another Malbec

We all know that Argentinian Malbec has been, and still is in some respect, all the rage and trending on every restaurant list in town. When it’s actually a grape you can pronounce, it makes one look fairly intelligent when … Continue reading

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Thirsty Thirty-Something Thursday #27 – Argentina

For those that know me well, will know I’m not a big fan of Malbec. At all. A big part of it has to do with what was the rising trend of this grape and it being everywhere. (This trend … Continue reading

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Graves Blanc

White Bordeaux gets a bad rap…too many people are focused on the top growth (red) Bordeaux, that more often than not, the stunning white wines of Bordeaux, made with blends of Sauvignon Blanc, Semillion and sometimes Muscadelle and Sauvignon Gris, … Continue reading

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