AWToday 25/09/08

Wine News

Indian Tariffs and Vino Exceptionalism
By Mike Veseth
This is true for Argentina, Canada, New Zealand, Washington State and now, I believe, in Languedoc in the South of France, although it is still too soon to tell how EU market reforms will work there. If vino exceptionalism holds for
The Wine Economist – http://wineeconomist.com

WineBuying At Groceries Needn’t Be Daunting
The Ledger – Lakeland,FL,USA
“There are some great values coming out of Australia, New Zealand, Argentina and Chile,” Hank said. Read shelf signs carefully.

Vine ByLine
Artvoice – Buffalo,NY,USA
by Paula Paradise Recently I was called upon to sacrifice the comforts of my day job, hobnobbing with likeminded wine geeks amongst thousands of bottles,

Wining south of the equator
Metro.us – New York,NY,USA
charm that has garnered Mendoza a must-see destination in Argentina. And don’t forget the breakout malbec grape that has put Mendoza on the wine map.

New Wines Launched On The Laithwaites Website
PowerHomeBiz.com (press release) – USA
Argentina has a wine heritage that is the envy of many of the new world wine producers. The industry was started by the Spanish and has gradually been honed

To Make Wine an Experience
Centre View – VA,USA
The wine comes from every major wine country — France, Spain, South America, Argentina, even Uruguay. Customers sit at high wooden tables in a casual

Gustavo Santaolalla
Exclaim! – Toronto,Ontario,Canada
But before Santaolalla was making moves in Hollywood he was helping start Argentina’s psych-folk-rock scene in the 1960s, LA’s Latino Punk movement in the

Vail Valley Wine Auction
The Vail Trail – Vail,CO,USA
Austria, a 1995 6-liter bottle of Super Tuscan Marchesi Frescobaldi and Robert Mondavi, a wine trip to Argentina, a vacation at the Four Seasons Hawaii,

Merlot lovers strike back
AZ Central.com – AZ,USA
Argentina’s Mendoza region had a faint berry aroma which made its big oak and blueberry flavor seem all the more startling. A plush, velvety wine with a

How not to get drunk on wine
Business Today – valletta,Malta
from Australia and Finca Sophenia from Argentina.” Typically, larger wine importers would source extensively and end up representing tens of suppliers.

Travel blog: Gaucho lifestyle in Argentina
TravelBite.co.uk – London,UK
Throw in a spot of salad, a load of roasted vegetables and an unlimited supply of red wine and the evening passes in a rather pleasant haze.

A pure escape in Portugal
Times Online – UK
All of which is very disconcerting for someone who has started everyday with a black coffee and ended every day with a large glass of Malbec,

3 countries, 3 traits
Indianapolis Star – United States
$23 More than 80 percent of Argentina’s wine production takes place in the Mendoza province at the foot of the Andes Mountains, where this Malbec originates

Wine Blogs

Cafayate, Salta, Argentina–High Desert Wines
By Daniel
In the case of Cuma Malbec 2007 from Michel Torino Estate, you’ll discover a startlingly fine red wine delivering not just the expected plum and black currant flavors but an unexpected measure of earthy, almost medicinal notes that may
AnuvaBlog – http://blog.anuvavinos.com/

Terrazas Reserva Malbec 2005
By Mark(Mark)
At just $15-$18 a bottle, and available in local and online wine shops as well as good grocers, the Terrazas Reserva Malbec 2005 certainly earned a spot in my wine rack. I think that I’ll need to extend my trip to Argentina to find more
I drank what? – http://rampantoenophile.bridgevine.com/

Ruca Malen Malbec and Morellino di Scansano
By Vincent Scordo
Recently I’ve been trying quite a few Malbecs from Argentina and the Ruca Malen Malbec is a fine example at just under $20.00. Further, I’ve been looking to find nice values from Italy (Barolo will break the bank) and have recently
Scordo.com – http://www.scordo.com/blog/

Great steak, good wine….and a Big Mac – Mendoza, Cuyo, Argentina
It was then time to buy some more wine (of course it´s all about ´tasting´) and head back to the hostel to drink vino tinto and watch some cable tv. Since we´re talking about wine, we had forgotten to write about an interesting drink
TravelPod.com Recent Updates – http://www.travelpod.com

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