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Tag Archives: Honig
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
Posted in Varietals, wine Tagged Bordeaux, California, Casa lapostolle, Chile, cool climate, France, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Honig, Italy, Napa, New Zealand, north, Sancerre, Sauvignon Blanc, USA, white Bordeaux Leave a comment
Honig..Need I say more?
For those of you familiar with the Honig Family winery, you may know that they release a “postcard” every year, featuring the family members as well as the staff that operate and run the vineyard. Let me say one thing: … Continue reading
Posted in wine Tagged Cabernet Sauvignon, California, Family, Honig, Napa, Sauvignon Blanc Leave a comment
The Experienced Palate
I admit it… I used to drink Blue Nun. For those of you that DON’T know what that is, it’s a cheap, massively produced German sweet wine that gained a great deal of popularity in the mid 1970’s-mid 1980’s. It … Continue reading
Posted in wine Tagged Cabernet Sauvignon, Canada, Chardonnay, Honig, Kenneth Volk, Kruger-Rumpf, palate, Riesling, Shiraz 3 Comments