AWToday 26/09/08

Wine News

Some Thoughts on South African Wine
Vinography – San Francisco,CA,USA
This landscape of gorgeous wine
wealth contrasted with utter poverty is not unlike Mendoza, Argentina, for those who may have visited that wine country, …

Patagonia’s natural wonders uncovered by Trafalgar
e-Travel Blackboard (press release) – Sydney, NSW, Australia
It also includes all breakfasts, some lunches and dinners, a special farewell dinner with wine and the cost of your knowledgeable English-speaking Tour …


Enamore the result of new-world grapes and old-world know-how
Explore Howard County – Ellicott City, MD, USA
Amarone is a big wine
that hails from the Old World. It takes time to open up in the glass. It takes patience. After all, it was made with patience. …

Audebert launches new Cheval des Andes, Terrazas – London,UK
‘Polo is my passion and, of course, an iconic Argentine sport – elegant, dynamic, full of emotion, like our wine. ‘We are also fortunate to have a polo …

Simply the best
Pasadena Weekly – Pasadena,CA,USA
At any rate, Il Capo has been replaced by Malbec, another Argentinean restaurant with way more flair. It’s got the same telephone number and, for all I know …

Wine Blogs

Marvelous Malbec Wine Tasting @ Bin 604!
Oct 30, 2008 (Thu): Argentina’s premier grape is inky, dark, and robust. We will be pouring a range of Malbecs, all smoky, spicy, dark-fruited and delicious. Youre sure to find a new favorite! Space is limited; Advance ticket purchase …
Baltimore Wine Tasting and Dinners… –


2005 Bodega Renacer Malbec Punto Final
Tasted by Lawgirlt. Even more lush and complex than the Reserva. (93 pts.) – Tasted 9/25/2008. [FIND IT!]
CellarTracker Tasting Notes (all notes) –


Roma: Lupi Apud Oves Custodes *
By Alfonso Cevola(Alfonso Cevola)
The youngun’ hands me his list and there’s a Malbec from Argentina on it. I ask him, what the hell is that? I’m sitting looking at a pile of wine for the tasting today and there’s an Aglianico and a Montepulciano, a Monica and a Cannonau …
On the Wine Trail in Italy –



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