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Wine Review: 2010 Graffigna Centenario Reserve Argentina Malbec http://enobytes.com/2014/02/22/graffigna-centenario-argentina-malbec/

Wine Review: 2010 Graffigna Centenario Reserve Argentina Malbec http://enobytes.com/2014/02/22/graffigna-centenario-argentina-malbec/

South Africa–Pioneering wines with big potential. From Cape Agulhas to Central Orange, South Africa is the next great region for warm-climate wines with dusty minerality. The Western Cape's rugged gra

South Africa–Pioneering wines with big potential. From Cape Agulhas to Central Orange, South Africa is the next great region for warm-climate wines with dusty minerality. The Western Cape's rugged gra

Wine-ing Wednesday: Pairing Wine and Cheese http://pellerini.com/2014/04/30/wine-ing-wednesday-pairing-wine-cheese/

Wine-ing Wednesday: Pairing Wine and Cheese http://pellerini.com/2014/04/30/wine-ing-wednesday-pairing-wine-cheese/

Argentine Wine regions. It is increasingly celebrated as an Argentine varietal wine and is being grown around the world.The French plantations of Malbec are now found primarily in Cahors in South West France.

Argentine Wine regions. It is increasingly celebrated as an Argentine varietal wine and is being grown around the world.The French plantations of Malbec are now found primarily in Cahors in South West France.

[infographic] “Wine Production & Grape varieties in Mendoza, Argentina” Apr-2014 by Winefolly.com

[infographic] “Wine Production & Grape varieties in Mendoza, Argentina” Apr-2014 by Winefolly.com

Alsace is broken up by AOC law (aka Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée). These laws dictate everything from grape variety allowed to vineyard density (ie how far apart vines are from one another). So to understand Alsace, it helps to understand the 3 major AOCs  Alsace AOC (92% white still wines) Crémant d’Alsace AOC (Sparkling white and rosé wines) Alsace Grand Cru AOC (Limited special vineyard wines)

Alsace is broken up by AOC law (aka Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée). These laws dictate everything from grape variety allowed to vineyard density (ie how far apart vines are from one another). So to understand Alsace, it helps to understand the 3 major AOCs Alsace AOC (92% white still wines) Crémant d’Alsace AOC (Sparkling white and rosé wines) Alsace Grand Cru AOC (Limited special vineyard wines)

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