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Ted G on “moderate violence” in decanting

Ted Glennon at the Del Coronado ENO was recently asked to do a short piece on decanting. For those of you who don't know Ted, I understand his exitement about decanting. He has always enjoyed taking the stage. Cheers Ted!

http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/2010/oct/19/there-are-obvious-and-subtle-reasons-for-decanting/

October 21, 2010 | Posted in ENOversity, Wine, Wine Everywhere | No Comments »
 

Marcel Lapierre

Wine people always have their little favorites. Every wine person can go on and on for hours about individual wines. Why something is better or why everyone should be drinking this or that.......... I highly encourage you to drink what you like, and if we can steer you towards something ...

October 12, 2010 | Posted in Going Green!, Wine, Wine Everywhere, Winemakers | 2 Comments »
 

Oak Barrels

Okay, every time you pick up a bottle and look at the back; someone is gushing about the type of oak used to age the wine. While it is just a line on a description to some people, it is so much more. Oak is seen hand in hand with certain ...

October 07, 2010 | Posted in Wine, Wine Everywhere | No Comments »
 

Seriously?

Please take a look at the link below and let us know what you think. For the record, we are currently pouring a barrel sample of Dusted Valley Merlot. They have never made an estate Merlot before. I happened to be in Walla Walla and the opportunity came up to ...

September 25, 2010 | Posted in Wine, Wine Everywhere, Winemakers | No Comments »
 

Klipsun Vineyard

If you are looking for single vineyard wines, there are several that come to mind. Most people rattle off the old standbys:Martha's VineyardEvery Diamond Creek VineyardEisele VineyardBeckstoffer Vineyard And the list goes on and on. Don't overlook Washington single origin wines. Especially Klipsun. We have featured wines from Andrew Will, L'Ecole, as ...

September 22, 2010 | Posted in Wine, Wine Everywhere, Winemakers | No Comments »
 

Cheeseheads make good!

It is no secret we love Washington State wines. We won an award for the best Washington State wine list from an out of state restaurant this year. While some of the wines are quite expensive (that's a reference to you Quilceda Creek), the price to quality is well above ...

September 09, 2010 | Posted in Wine, Wine Everywhere, Winemakers | No Comments »
 

Joy Sterling and Iron Horse

Iron Horse has become one of the leaders in sparkling wine in the USA. Schramsberg, Tony Soter, and Iron Horse are among our favorites, with and occasional Argyle. Joy Sterling will join us at the ENO on Michigan Ave on Sept. 15th as part of our Harvest Week celebration. We ...

August 28, 2010 | Posted in Wine, Wine Everywhere, Winemakers | No Comments »
 

Greg Brewer and Diatom

Greg Brewer is taking Chardonnay is a different direction. Everyone knows the big, buttery style and a growing number are moving to the "unoaked" version. Greg has done a little of both but with the tiny production Diatom wines, he is clearly moving in a direction all his own. Diatom ...

August 19, 2010 | Posted in Wine, Wine Everywhere, Winemakers | No Comments »
 

Dusi Zin and Harvest in Paso Robles

The Dusi family has been growing grapes since the 1920s. In the last decade have they made a little of their own wine, with daughter Janelle as the winemaker. Over the last year, ENO has featured this extremely small production Zin as part of it's ENO flight. Listen to Janelle ...

August 14, 2010 | Posted in Wine, Wine Everywhere, Winemakers | No Comments »
 

Jean Philipe Fichet- Burgundy at it’s best

Jean Philip makes some of the most spectacular white Burgundies we have had the oportunity to taste. Teh following video explains exactly what makes his wines so special. Le Tesson is one of the "do not miss" Chardonnays with racing acidity standing up to the expected richness of a Meursault. The rockiness ...

August 07, 2010 | Posted in Wine, Wine Everywhere, Winemakers | No Comments »
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