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Monthly Archive for March, 2011

My favorite watering hole and time to water are outlined in this article. Check out where to get three glasses of wine, some hearty spanish tapas, and learn about a new Mendoza winery every week for only 50 Argentine Pesos (USD$12.50).

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Earlier this week I helped myself to three of the Cabernet Sauvignons being served at The Vines of Mendoza Tasting Room. My objective was to discover what sets ‘Cab’ in Mendoza apart from ‘Cab’ grown elsewhere in the world. Click here for the full review and a peek into what you need to know about Cabernet […]

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At the majority of wine events that I have been attending lately, the topic of sulphur use in wine keeps rearing its head. If you too want answeres, be sure too read this article I wrote for The Vines of Mendoza Blog.

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    While at The Vines of Mendoza Tasting Room recently, I had my experience improved by adding The Vines’ Sensory Kit, which includes about 20 wine fragrances, and uses the flavours: sour, sweet, salty and bitter to help people understand the typical smells and tastes of wine varieties. Further to that, it’s a great intro into how to food […]

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WINE CAMP IS IN SESSION

I am happy to report that Cosecha (the harvest) has begunin Mendoza, Argentina. The white grapes are coming off the vines while the red ones finish ripening. Over cosecha I will be helping to run a wine camp for The Vines of Mendoza for clients interested in getting up-close and personal with the vinification process. […]

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