Tag Archives: Sauvignon Blanc

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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Thirsty Thirty- Something Thursday #22- Sancerre

With summer in full swing, I’m fully into the drinking of white wine. This is not to say I don’t enjoy red or white wine all year round, but there is nothing more pleasurable than sitting outside in the sun during … Continue reading

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Thirsty Thirty-Something Thursday #21 – Lost Inhibitions (Okanagan, BC)

This blog is being posted also on YEG Women in Wine as part of the Canada Day Series. And Speaking of Canada Day…that’s tomorrow and we celebrate Canada’s 149th birthday! It’s always a fun day no matter where you are … 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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I’m Feeling Chile

I’ve gained a new appreciation for Chilean wine.  It’s distinct (at least for Cabernets and Carmeneres), it’s flavourful, and getting better and better quality wise. Last week, I attended a luncheon tasting of 8 Montes wines. The “big” guys were … Continue reading

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