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Friday, August 24, 2007

2007 New York Wine & Food Classic Winners

Thirsty Owl Wine Company’s 2006 Dry Riesling from the Finger Lakes won the coveted “Governor’s Cup” trophy at the 2007 New York Wine & Food Classic competition, held this month at Copia, The American Center for Wine, Food & The Arts in Napa, CA. The “Winery of the Year” award went to Red Barn Winery in Central New York.

The “Best of Category” awards, all eligible for the Governor’s Cup, went to Swedish Hill Vineyards NV Spumante Blush for Best Sparkling wine, Thirsty Owl Wine Company 2006 Dry Riesling for Best White wine, Barrington Cellars 2006 Buzzard’s Blush for Best Blush wine, Pindar Vineyards Estate Bottled 2005 Cabernet Franc for Best Red wine, Red Barn Winery 2006 Raspberry for Specialty wine, and Mazza Chautauqua Cellars 2005 Ice Wine of Vidal Blanc for Best Dessert wine.

The “Best of Class” awards for different varietals or proprietary blends, which were tasted off for “Best of Category” awards, went to Osprey’s Dominion Vineyards 2002 Rose de Noir for Best Vinifera Sparkling Wine, Swedish Hill Vineyards NV Spumante Blush wine for Best Other Sparkling wine, Thirsty Owl Wine Company 2006 Dry Riesling for Best Dry Riesling wine, Rivendell Winery 2006 Soho Cellars Johannisberg Riesling for Best Semi-Dry Riesling wine, Peconic Bay Winery 2005 La Barrique Chardonnay for Best Oaked Chardonnay wine, Cayuga Ridge Estate Winery 2006 Chardonnay for Best Unoaked Chardonnay wine, Hunt Country Vineyards 2006 Pinot Gris for Best Pinot Gris wine, Glenora Wine Cellars 2006 Barrel Fermented Pinot Blanc for Best Pinot Blanc wine, Standing Stone Vineyards 2006 Gewürztraminer for Best Gewürztraminer wine, Bloomer Creek Vineyards 2006 Reserve White for Best Hybrid White Blend wine, Anthony Road Wine Company 2006 Vignoles for Best Vignoles wine, Long Point Winery 2006 Vidal Blanc for Best Vidal Blanc wine, McGregor Vineyard Winery 2006 Cayuga White for Best Cayuga White wine, Penguin Bay Winery 2006 Valvin Muscat for Best Other White wine, Barrington Cellars 2006 Buzzard’s Blush for Best Other Blush wine, Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards Cabin Fever for Best Catawba wine, Six Mile Creek Vineyard 2005 Pinot Noir for Best Pinot Noir wine, Pindar Vineyards Estate Bottled 2005 Cabernet Franc for Best Cabernet Franc wine, Bedell Cellars 2005 Reserve Merlot for Best Merlot wine, Osprey’s Dominion Vineyards 2002 Flight Meritage for Best Vinifera Red Blend wine, Fox Run Vineyards NV Fox Trot Red for Best Native Red Blend wine, Swedish Hill Vineyards 2005 Late Harvest Vignoles for Best Late Harvest wine, Mazza Chautauqua Cellars 2005 Ice Wine of Vidal Blanc for Best Ice Wine, Red Barn Winery 2005 Pauley’s Port for Best Port wine, Torrey Ridge Scarlet Red for Best Mead wine, and Red Barn Winery 2006 Raspberry wine for Best Fruit wine.

For more information on the New York Wine & Food Classic, click here.

Thursday, August 16, 2007

Trinchero 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon, Main Street Vineyard

The Award-Winning Wine:
Trinchero 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon, Main Street Vineyard

Reason for Reviewing:
Trinchero 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon, Main Street Vineyard, was selected as a Chairman's Award (Unanimous Gold) winner at the 2007 Riverside International Wine Competition Awards.

Noteworthy:
The 22-acre Main Street Vineyard is located at the southern end of St. Helena, considered by many to be the perfect ripening zone for Cabernet. Main Street is a level site with good sun exposure and excellent air circulation.

Winery Notes:
The color is opaque, indicating a wine of great depth and concentration. The nose is ripe and opulent, tinged with plums, blackberries and earth. The palate is lush, plush and firm.

AlaWine Notes:
Pouring as a very deep ruby color in the glass, Trinchero 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon, Main Street Vineyard, exudes sweet, mouthwatering aromas of ripe blackberry and black currant. These flavors are joined by ripe plum on the palate. Moderate acidity and subtle tannins hold the rich, ripe fruit flavors through a long, satisfying finish.

Bottom Line:
Trinchero 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon, Main Street Vineyard, is a rich, delicious full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon, worthy of its Napa Valley pedigree. It is smooth, round, well integrated, and well balanced. 100% Cabernet Sauvignon with 14.0% alcohol, aged in oak, 85% French, 15% American, 75% new. Suggested retail price is $45. Overall composite score: 97 points.

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Mid-American Wine Competition Sweepstakes Award Winners

The results are in from the recent Mid-American Wine Competition which focused only on the wines of the Midwest. The competition was open only to commercial wineries of North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky. The Chief Judge for the Mid-American Wine Competition was noted wine expert and veteran wine judge, Doug Frost, one of only three people in the world to earn the title of both Master of Wine and Master Sommelier. A list of Sweepstakes Award winning wines follows below. For a complete list of medal winning wines, click here.

Blue Sky Vineyard Vignoles Vignoles, Best White of Show
HolyField Vineyards 2005 Chambourcin, Best Red of Show (tie)
HolyField Vineyards 2004 Cynthiana, Best Red of Show (tie)
Fireside Hearthstone Hybrid Blend, Best of Iowa
Loess Hills Vineyards September Sweet, Hybrid Blends
Montelle Winery River Country Red, Hybrid Blend
Oliver Winery Creekbend Late Harvest, Best Dessert
Winzerwald Grape Juice with, Other Sweet, Best Fruit Wine
Oliver Winery Concord
Adam Puchta Winery Signature Port, Fortified Hybrid
Alto Vineyards 2004 Chambourcin
Blumenhof Vineyards 2006 Rayon d'Or, Other Hybrids
Fireside Firefly Blush

Monday, August 13, 2007

Breitenbach Winery First Crush

The Award-Winning Wine:
Breitenbach Winery First Crush

Reason for Reviewing:
Breitenbach Winery First Crush was selected as a Gold Medal and Best of Class award winner at the 2007 Pacific Rim International Wine Competition.

Noteworthy:
Breitenbach Winery is located in the rolling, picturesque hills of Ohio's Amish countryside. Their wines are made on the premises.

Winery Notes:
The flavor will burst in your mouth with this wine. Citrus and cherry flavors prevail. The wine is semi-sweet, yet slightly tart and is similar to a white zinfandel.

AlaWine Notes:
Breitenbach Winery First Crush pours as a clear, light burnt orange color. Aromas of pear and mandarin orange lift from the glass. Red cherry and orange flavors open on the palate in a smooth, moderately viscous, front end. Citrus highlights and medium acidity frame the juicy sweet fruit flavors in a long balanced finish.

Bottom Line:
Breitenbach Winery First Crush is an off dry wine made from native grapes. It is flavorful and well balanced. While not a dessert wine, it could be served on its own, or with picnic fare, or a light lunch or dinner where you might otherwise drink iced tea or lemonade but would prefer some wine. Suggested retail price is $9.75. Overall composite score: 90 points.

Friday, August 10, 2007

2007 Michigan Wine Competition Super-Award Winners

Here are the results from the recently completed 2007 Michigan Wine & Spirits Competition:

Best of Class Winners:
Dry Red, Longview 2005 Cabernet Franc Vintner Reserve
Dry White, Left Foot Charley 2006 Pinot Blanc “Island View Vineyard”
Semi-Dry White, Gill’s Pier 2006 Riesling
Sparkling, Tabor Hill Winery Grand Mark Brut
Dessert, Chateau Grand Traverse 2005 Riesling Ice Wine
Semi-Dry/Sweet Red, Leelanau Cellars Great Lakes Red

Double Gold Medals:
Bowers Harbor Vineyards 2006 Block II Riesling
Brys Estate Vineyard & Winery 2006 Signature White
Chateau Grand Traverse 2005 Riesling Ice Wine
Gill’s Pier 2006 Riesling
Left Foot Charley 2006 Pinot Blanc “Island View Vineyard”
Lemon Creek Winery 2004 Meritage, 2005 Shiraz
Longview 2005 Cabernet Franc Vintner Reserve
St. Julian Wine Co. Solera Cream Sherry
Tabor Hill Winery Grand Mark Brut

For complete medal results, click here.

Thursday, August 09, 2007

Best of the 2007 Atlantic Seaboard Wine Competition

The results are in from this year's Atlantic Seaboard Wine Competition. 450 wine entries from 102 wineries in 13 states were entered; twenty judges, representing all facets of the wine industry, performed blind tastings to select Best of Show, Best of Category, Gold, Silver, and Bronze winners. Here's the list of the 2007 super-award winners:

Best of Show:
Fox Meadow Winery 2005 Cabernet Franc, VA

Best of Category:
Sparkling Vinifera Wine: Barboursville Vineyards Brut, VA
Sauvignon Blanc: Doukenie Winery 2006 Sauvignon Blanc, VA
Chardonnay: DelFosse Vineyards & Winery 2005 Reserve Chardonnay, VA
Gewurztraminer: Presque Isle Wine Cellars 2006 Gewurztraminer, PA
Riesling: Fox Run Vineyards 2006 Dry Riesling, NY
Viognier: Jefferson Vineyards 2006 Viognier, VA
Pinot Gris/Grigio: Barboursville Vineyards 2006 Pinot Grigio, VA
White Vinifera Blends: Wolf Mountain Vineyards 2006 Plenitude, GA
All Other White Vinifera Varietals: Prince Michel Vineyards 2006 Petit Manseng, VA
Blush/Rosé Vinifera: Ingleside Plantation Vineyards 2006 Sangiovese, VA
Pinot Noir: Oak Summit Vineyard 2005 Pinot Noir, NY
Merlot: Jamesport Vineyards 2004 Estate Merlot, NY
Cabernet Sauvignon: Frogtown Cellars 2004 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, GA
Cabernet Franc: Fox Meadow Winery 2005 Cabernet Franc, VA
Syrah/Shiraz: Keswick Vineyards 2006 Syrah, VA
Bordeaux-Styled Red Blends: Prince Michel Vineyards 2003 Symbius, VA
Other Red Vinifera Blends: AmRhein’s Wine Cellars 2005 Melange, VA
All Other Red Vinifera Varietals: Horton Cellars 2005 Pinotage, VA
Seyval Blanc: Rappahannock Cellars 2006 Seyval Blanc, VA
Vidal Blanc: Chateau Morrisette 2006 Vidal Blanc, VA
Other White Hybrid/Native American Varietals/Blends: Presque Isle Wine Cellars 2006 Traminette, PA
Blush/Rosé Hybrid/Native American: Starr Hill Winery 2006 Steuben, PA
Chambourcin: Alba Vineyard 2005 Chambourcin, NJ
Norton: Veramar Vineyard 2005 Norton, VA
Interspecific Blends: Paradocx Vineyard 2005 Yield, PA
Port Styled Wines: Potomac Point Vineyard & Winery 2006 Rabelos, VA

For a list of all medal winners, click here (doc).

Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Wildhurst Vineyards 2005 Sauvignon Blanc Reserve

The Award-Winning Wine:
Wildhurst Vineyards 2005 Sauvignon Blanc Reserve

Reason for Reviewing:
Wildhurst Vineyards 2005 Sauvignon Blanc Reserve earned the Best of Varietal Award for Best Sauvignon Blanc at the recently completed 2007 Los Angeles International Wine & Spirits Competition.

Noteworthy:
Neighboring Napa vineyards attribute their quality to the volcanic soils laid down by Mt. St. Helena. The mineral content, durability and high porosity of igneous rock combine to create an ideal environment for the growing of wine grapes, and the alluvial topsoil is just thin enough, yet packed with nutrients, to produce intensely flavored fruit. Lake County shares this unique soil profile with the Napa Valley, as the two regions owe their soil base to the same volcanic activity.

Winery Notes:
True to Ripe with lemon drop and grapefruit preceding tropical fatness. Offers a range of sensation from steely crisp, to rich and complex, all framed with a herbaceous twist and a dry finish.

AlaWine Notes:
Pouring as a light straw-yellow color in the glass, Wildhurst Vineyards 2005 Sauvignon Blanc Reserve radiates aromas of apple and grass with citrus highlights. Melon and lime and various citrus on the palate, in a smooth front end, braced by crisp acidity, brightening into a medium long fruit finish.

Bottom Line:
Wildhurst Vineyards 2005 Sauvignon Blanc Reserve is a clean and bright fruit-filled white wine with some interesting complexity. Ultimately refreshing and satisfying. Alcohol 14.2%. Fermentation is 90% Stainless, 10% Oak. Suggested retail price is $12. Overall composite score: 96 points.

Tuesday, August 07, 2007

2007 Indy International Wine Awards Announced

Nearly 3,300 wines participated in the Indy International Wine Competition, one of the nation's largest. Wines from 16 countries were judged on appearance, aroma, taste, and aftertaste by 14 panels of judges. In all, 70 judges from around the world sat to sample and evaluate the wines.

Louis M. Martini Winery of Napa Valley, California was awarded the Best of Show award for its 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon. Best White Wine honors went to St. Supery Vineyard and Winery of California for their 2006 Virtu. California's Barefoot Cellars 2004 Reserve Impression won Best Red Wine. Best Rose Wine was awarded to Turning Leaf of California for their 2006 White Zinfandel.

The Best Commercial Sparkling Wine was awarded to Bel Lago Vineyard and Winery of Michigan for their Leelanau Brillante Sparkling Wine and Gehringer Brothers Estate Winery of Canada took the Best Dessert Wine honors for their 2006 Riesling Icewine. Meyer Vineyard and Winery of Kentucky won Best Fruit Wine for their Sweet Red Raspberry. The last two categories, Best Honey Wine and Best Alternative Honey Wine were awarded to Montezuma Winery of New York and to Torrey Ridge Winery of New York, respectively.

Oliver Winery of Bloomington, Indiana was awarded the Pacesetter Trophy which honors the Best International Brand of the entire competition. Oliver Winery won two Concordance Gold, five Gold, fifteen Silver and six Bronze Medals. Galena Cellars of Illinois won the Taster's Guild Trophy, honoring the winery that wins the most gold medals by brand at the competition.

Monday, August 06, 2007

Tsillan Cellars 2005 Columbia Valley Chardonnay

The Award-Winning Wine:
Tsillan Cellars 2005 Columbia Valley Chardonnay

Reason for Reviewing:
Tsillan Cellars 2005 Columbia Valley Chardonnay was the Best of Show winner, for Chardonnay, at the recently completed 2007 Washington State Wine Competition.

Noteworthy:
Tsillan Cellars Winery is an Italian country retreat nestled on the gently sloping south shore of Lake Chelan providing breathtaking views of the lake and mountains. The winery is the largest producing winery and largest vineyard estate in the Chelan Valley of Washington.

Winery Notes:
Chablis in color indicating cool-climate fruit, the 2005 Columbia Valley Chardonnay is thick and textured due to gros lees maturation with monthly stirring. The well-integrated oak allows the tropical fruit, citrus zest, freshly baked bread and buttery malolactic characters to shine through, whilst contributing a light toasty nuance to create depth and balance aromatically. The finish is bright and persistent providing balanced acidity and direction.

AlaWine Notes:
Tsillan Cellars 2005 Columbia Valley Chardonnay pours as a light yellow color in the glass and exudes bright aromas of apple and apricot. Those fruit flavors are joined by melon and citrus notes on the palate. A moderate acidity frames the fruit in a moderately long minerally, buttery finish.

Bottom Line:
Tsillan Cellars 2005 Columbia Valley Chardonnay is a smooth and buttery Chardonnay with bright, layered, integrated tastes and a complex and flavorful finish. Suggested retail price is $22.95. Overall composite score: 95 points.

Friday, August 03, 2007

Crown Valley 2006 Chardonel Brut

The Award-Winning Wine:
Crown Valley Winery 2006 Chardonel Brut

Reason for Reviewing:
Crown Valley 2006 Chardonel Brut earned a top-honor Critics Platinum Award at the recently completed Critics Challenge International Wine Competition.

The Varietal:
Chardonel is a hybrid grape from Seyval and Chardonnay, first created in 1953. Chardonel vines are moderately winter hardy, considerably hardier than Chardonnay and nearly as winter hardy as its Seyval parent.

Winery Notes:
With delicate peach and floral notes, this sparkling wine offers a fresh palate lively with citrus and melon flavors, overlaid with persistent effervescence.

AlaWine Notes:
Presenting as a light straw-yellow color, Crown Valley 2006 Chardonel Brut offers floral aromas and citrus to the nose. Fresh citrus flavors continue on the palate along with apricot and honeydew. Crisp acidity contributes to a bright flavorful finish.

Bottom Line:
Crown Valley 2006 Chardonel Brut is a light and bright sparkling wine, small bubbles from start to finish, with fresh fruit flavors and a crisp and refreshing finish. A good value at a suggested retail price of $16. Overall composite score: 95 points.

2007 Lone Star International Wine Competition Winners

The results are in from the 2007 Lone Star International Wine Competition, and the top-honor Gold Medal winners in the international category are:

Brys Estate Vineyard & Winery Brys Estate Semi Sweet Riesling 2005
Concannon Vineyard Syrah Limited Release Central Coast 2005
Concannon Vineyard Petit Sirah Limited Release 2004
Crystal Valley Cellars Franc Cabernet Franc California 2005
Dr. Konstantin Frank Dr. Konstantin Frank Rkatsiteli 2006
EOS Estate Winery 2006 Tears of Dew Late Harvest Moscato
EOS Estate Winery EOS Zinfandel 2004 2004
EOS Estate Winery EOS 2004 Reserve Petite Sirah, Estate Bottled 2004
Flat Creek Estate Travis Peak Muscato D' Arancia 2006
Fox Valley Winery Traminette 2005
Gray Ghost Vineyards Gray Ghost Adieu Virginia Late Harvest Vidal 2006
King Estate Winery Pinot Gris Vin Glace 2005
Page Cellars Page Cellars Syrah 2004
Quady Winery Elysium California Black Muscat 2005
Rotta Winery Rotta 2003 Black Monukka Dessert Wine 2003
St. James Winery Blackberry
Summerland Winery Pinot Noir Bien Nacido Vineyard Santa Maria 2005
Wollersheim Winery Wollersheim Winery Prairie Fume 2006

For all medal results, including the Texas and limited production categories, click here (pdf).

Thursday, August 02, 2007

San Juan Vineyards 2006 Siegerrebe

The Award-Winning Wine:
San Juan Vineyards 2006 Siegerrebe

Reason for Reviewing:
San Juan Vineyards 2006 Siegerrebe was one of two Governor's Trophy winners (for Best White Wine) at the recently completed 2007 Washington State Wine Competition.

Noteworthy:
San Juan Vineyards is THE vineyard and winery of San Juan Island producing 4000 cases or so a year. The tasting room and gift shop fill the old schoolhouse, a one-room schoolhouse built in 1896.

The Varietal:
The Siegerrebe varietal is a hybrid cross between Madeleine d'Angevine and Gewürztraminer. The grape is suited to colder climates, such as San Juan Island, as bud-burst is late and fruit ripening is very early

Winery Notes:
This interesting, light varietal has aromatic floral and tree fruit nose with crisp citrus and pear flavors finishing with a hint of grapefruit. There's just a hint of sweetness. The Siegerrebe is a wonderful, summertime entertaining wine.

AlaWine Notes:
San Juan Vineyards 2006 Siegerrebe pours as a very light straw-yellow color in the glass. The floral nose with a hint of potpourri is joined by crisp, light lime and other citrusy notes and fresh apple and pear fruit flavors. Crisp acidity holds the fruit in a long, clean, mouthwatering finish.

Bottom Line:
San Juan Vineyards 2006 Siegerrebe is a well balanced, crisp and clean, refreshing white wine with a very aromatic nose and full fresh fruit flavors (0.8% residual sugar, 11.8% alcohol). Serve chilled for picnics with with a platter of fresh fruit and rich cheeses or for dinner with seafood or with spicy chicken, Asian cuisine, or curry dishes. Suggested retail price is $14.75. Overall composite score: 95 points.

2007 New York Wine Competition Winners

The results are in for the 2007 New York State Fair Commercial Wine Competition and the super-award winners include:

Best of Show Pindar Vineyards 2005 Johannisberg Riesling Ice Wine

Best of Category Winners:
White, Fox Run 2006 Riesling
Red, Knapp Winery 2005 Cabernet Franc
Rosé/Blush, Penguin Bay 2006 Rosé of Chambourcin
Sparkling, Chateau Franc 2000 Blanc De Noirs
Fruit, Torrey Ridge Winery Scarlet Red
Dessert, Atwater Estate Vineyards 2005 Celsius Chardonnay,
Pindar Vineyards 2005 Johannisberg Riesling Ice Wine
Fortified, Goose Watch Classic Cream Sherry

To view complete medal results, click here (pdf).

Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Milliaire Winery 2006 Chardonnay

The Award-Winning Wine:
Milliaire Winery 2006 Chardonnay, Sierra Foothills

Reason for Reviewing:
Milliaire Winery 2006 Chardonnay earned Double Gold at the recently completed 2007 El Dorado Wine Competition.

Noteworthy:
The winery is located in what was originally an old Flying A gas station and has been affectionately dubbed the "Roadside Chateau." It is actually ideally suited for a winery: high ceilings, cement floors and those big bay doors. Murphys Creek flows behind the winery and provides natural air conditioning. Milliaire means milestone in French and is pronounced the same as the family name.

Winery Notes:
Wonderful balance of toasty oak and tropical fruit flavors. This Chardonnay is barrel fermented and aged in Mendocino Oak. Rich, round and luscious.

AlaWine Notes:
Pouring as a light straw-yellow color in the glass, Milliaire Winery 2006 Chardonnay exudes aromas of apple and mango. Opening on the palate with a rich smooth mouthfeel, additional fruit salad flavors emerge along with citrus, as a crisp acidity frames the fruit in a long toasty oak finish.

Bottom Line:
Milliaire Winery 2006 Chardonnay is a round and balanced, dry white wine, with an aromatic bouquet and rich fruit flavor. It is well integrated from a smooth start to a refreshing finish. A good value at a suggested retail price of $15. Overall composite score: 96 points.

2007 Grand Cru Wine Competition Sweepstakes Winners

Out of 1,967 wines entered in the 2007 Long Beach Grand Cru Wine Competition, these five earned the top Sweepstakes Awards:

  • Alba Vineyard 2005 Chambourcin, New Jersey
  • Domaine 2003 Brut, Carneros
  • Kathy Lynskey 2006 Gewürztraminer, Marlborough
  • Miramonte 2006 Genache Rosé, Reserve, Temecula Valley
  • Navarro Vineyards 2006 White Riesling, Cluster-Late Harvest, Anderson Valley

    For complete medal results, click here.

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