Youngberg Hill

Jordan Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2012

This 2012 ‘Jordan’ Pinot Noir from Youngberg Hill is quite tasty—darker cherry fruit notes, blueberry, and graphite-like quality framed by fresh, uplifting acidity. It was a great choice for washing down the baby back ribs I smoked for the #GoPats game last night. Cheers! #PinotNoir #WillametteValley #orwine #wineblogger #wine #winelover #myvinespot — 2 years ago

Miner Family

Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc 2017

Miner Family Winery 2017 Sauvignon Blanc (SRP $22): Enjoyed pan-seared scallops with this Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc tonight. It’s lively, fresh and aromatic—just the way you want them-with notes of citrus zest, lemon rind, white flowers and just a hint of savory herbs. The wine’s weight (medium-bodied), brightness and crisp fruit flavors played well with the dish. #MinerFamilyWinery #SauvignonBlanc #NapaWine #wine #winelover #WineWednesday #myvinespot — 2 years ago


Millesimato Prosecco

Bervini Millesimato Prosecco: Fun, crisp, and festive—this is just what Doc Adams ordered to beat the heat. This Prosecco features a bright, citrusy acidity framing vibrant flavors of golden apple, honeysuckle, and ripe stone fruit. It’s fresh and satisfying, and a good under $20 sparkling option to brighten the day. #wine #bubbly #sparklingwine #Prosecco #wineblogger #winelover #myvinespot
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Château Quattre

Cahors Malbec 2017

Château Quattre 2016 Cahors: This Cahors is made up of 90% Malbec with equal parts Merlot and Tannat. Visually, it lives up to its “black wine” moniker, pouring a deep purple color. There are generous amounts of dark fruits, with upfront flavors of sun-kissed, ripe blackberries and plum liqueur interwoven with floral and cedary spice notes. Supple tannins and firm acids counterbalance a rich texture for a medium-bodied mouth-feel that stays light on its feet. This is a solid everyday red for the dinner table that won’t break the bank at just under $20. #Cahors #Malbec #wine #winelover #SWFrance #wineblogger #winewriter #myvinespot — 3 years ago

Left Coast Cellars

Latitude 45 Estate Pinot Noir 2015

Left Coast Cellars 2015 Latitude 45 Pinot Noir (SRP $38): Latitude 45 is Left Coast Cellars' oldest vineyard (planted in 2001 to Dijon clones). Like many of the great vineyards of France, the site directly intersects the 45th parallel—hence the name. This wine has a dark fruit character, led by plum and black berry fruit, underscored by notable mineral and forest floor tones. There’s a dash of dried red fruit in the background, with black cherry and dark chocolate bark on the finish. It has a soft, round texture with balanced acidity. I enjoyed this Pinot on its own and with pan-fried calves' liver—the iron-rich flavors of the dish paired nicely with the wine. Cheers! #PinotNoir #WillametteValley #orwine #wineblogger #wine #winelover #myvinespot — 2 years ago

Charles Smith

Kungfu Girl Washington State Riesling 2016

Charles Smith 2016 Kung Fu Girl Riesling: Enjoyed this bright and refreshing off-dry Riesling with spicy salmon stir-fry for lunch. Only $12 and works well with spicy dishes. The sweetness in the wine tempers the heat and the acidity acts as a palate cleanser getting you ready for the next bite. Cheers! #wawine #wine #Riesling #winelover #wineblogger #wine #myvinespot — 2 years ago

M. Chapoutier

Les Vignes de Bila-Haut Vin de Pays d'Oc Rosé Blend 2017

M. Chapoutier Bila-Haut 2017 Rosé: From the Languedoc-Roussillon region of southern France, this blend of Grenache, Syrah and Cinsault is brimming with ripe strawberries and white flowers, wrapped in bright acidity. There’s a whisper of citrus tang on the crisp finish. A delightful rosé with a notable food-friendly nature—and only $13. #rosé #pinksociety #drinkpink #prettyinpink #wine #winelover #myvinespot — 2 years ago

Stinson Vineyards

Mourvédre Rosé 2017

Stinson Vineyard 2017 Rosé of Mourvèdre (SRP $20): This rosé is the epitome of an enjoyable, food-friendly wine. A brilliant pink hue, it leads with a core of soft red fleshed fruits—namely watermelon and strawberry, followed by fresh-cut rose petals, citrus peel, and a trace of savory herb. In the mouth, it’s light-bodied and poised, rounded out by a zesty, saline-laced acidity. Fruit was sourced from Farmer’s Rest Vineyard in Henrico Virginia and Horton Vineyards in Gordonsville, Virginia. Produced from 100% Mourvèdre, the fruit from Horton was planted by the late Dennis Horton in 1988. Mr. Horton planted some of the first Rhone grapes in Virginia, including Viognier, Marsanne, Roussanne, and many other varieties that went on to be widely popular in the state. To learn more about Stinson Vineyards and find their wines, please visit stinsonvineyards.com. Cheers! #vawine #wine #Mourvèdre #rosé #drinkpink #pinksociety #pinkwine #winelover #winewriter #wineblogger #roséallday #myvinespot — 2 years ago

Charles Baur

Crémant d'Alsace Brut Rosé Blend

Charles Baur Cremant d'Alsace Brut Rosé: Crémant d’Alsace is a sparkling wine from the Alsace region of France that's made using the traditional method (like Champagne). Brut Rosé from this appellation is produced from 100% Pinot Noir. This sparkler is festive and flavorful, with fine, long-lasting bubbles. There are flavors of red berries and tree fruit, finishing with a dash of pastry cream. Make any occasion special with this affordable (SRP $24) sparkler. #CrémantdAlsace #Alsace #sparkler #sparklingwine #wine #bubbly #BrutRosé #Rosé #winelover #myvinespot — 2 years ago

Lamoreaux Landing

Finger Lakes Chardonnay 2019

Lamoreaux Landing 2014 Chardonnay: Aromas of tree fruit and subtle spice merge with orange blossom and lemon crème on the palate. This wine is fresh and clean in the mouth, with racy acidity and fine-textured, lingering finish. A solid and satisfying Chardonnay from Finger Lakes, NY for $15. #nywine #FLXWine #wine #winelover #winewriter #Chardonnay #myvinespot — 3 years ago