Posts by Tom Plant
A blend of Ugni Blanc, Colombard, Sauvignon Blanc and Gros Manseng, it features a citrus nose, lemon/lime with a hint of kiwi. It’s a perfect summer wine and at $8 it won’t hurt your budget.
Most people are passionate about beets, Robert told us. They either love them or hate them. I must confess I fall into the latter group.
Ken called it “very fresh and nicely fruity, a nice go-to summer wine.” Sue said it was fresh and crisp and a great value at $12. Tony said “like it lots!”
Brian said “I feel it must be good for you. Looks good, tastes good and by golly it does you good.” Runar loved the “dreamy, eye-closing nose.”
“The farmers come in the back door with dirt still on their hands.” It just doesn’t get any fresher. The culinary team takes field trips to farms, not just locally, but around the country.
On Saturday, March 7, you’ll get the chance to experience firsthand what all the excitement is about. Managing partner Collin Rand has planned an evening of sumptuous food and grand entertainment at Wilson Creek Winery.
Paso Robles has certainly made a name for itself with its Zinfandel, but there are few regions that can rival their Petite Sirah, either. Thanks to Clavo Cellars, Brochelle Vineyards, Brecon Estate, J. Lohr and Lone Madrone, we recently met at Jan’s home and tasted a selection of both varietals. 2010 Clavo Cellars “Desperado” Zinfandel […]