What's a WineWonk?

Wine Blogs by Wonk

Footer

Recent Blogs

Footer

Wine Articles by Blog

Footer
Write about Wine. Read about Life. WineWonks, the Wine Blog Community.

Wine Week 110: Hailing Cabs.

Date: Fri, Feb 20, 2009 Wine Tasting

This week we look at two Cabernets, one from the Margaret River region, the other from the recently bushfire ravaged Yarra Valley. We kick off with a Semillon/Sauvignon Blanc blend from another Margaret River producer - one known best for their Cabernets as well! The first of our two Cabs is from the great 2005 [...]

Read Full Wine Blog Post

Pommard 1992 tasting in San Francisco

Date: Fri, Feb 20, 2009 Wine Tasting

Gary Vaynerchuk speaks at a business conference and then gets surprised with some serious burgundy. Bookmark It

Read Full Wine Blog Post

Painting by E.Denis

Date: Thu, Feb 19, 2009 Wine Tasting

© http://www.denis-art.com E. Denis was born in 1971 in Byelorussia. He was the youngest child in the family and all his free time he spent painting. Denis’s first website was created in 2001 which exhibited his earlier paintings and church bells. After that he took part in many exhibitions in his home country and abroad: USA, [...]

Read Full Wine Blog Post

Chateau Bel-Orme Martial 2006 ~ Grand vin de Bordeaux

Date: Wed, Feb 18, 2009 Wine Tasting

A not bad budget Bordeaux wine from Chateau Bel-Orme Martia. This wine is a blend of 50 % Merlot 13 % Cabernet Franc and 37 % Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. A good deep garnet colour. On the nose there are stewed fruit notes. Nice and warming meaty fruit notes on the palate , with a old wood roundness [...]

Read Full Wine Blog Post

Bordeaux Blue Chip Bust

Date: Wed, Feb 18, 2009 Wine Tasting

The big names of the Bordeaux so called ‘big houses’ are looking at a big decline in sales, part due to the recession and more in part I would think to the fact that wine consumers and collectors have at last twigged that hype and marketing does not equal great or even good wine. Some [...]

Read Full Wine Blog Post

Passion for Pinot: A Journey Through America’s Pinot Noir Country

Date: Wed, Feb 18, 2009 Wine Tasting

Product Description Silky, complex, and incredibly versatile, Pinot Noir is the perfect food wine; full of charm and intrigue, it drinks beautifully on its own. California and Oregon are home to Pinot’s greatest expressions in the New World. In PASSION FOR PINOT, award-winning photographers Robert Holmes and Andrea Johnson and wine writer Jordan Mackay capture the [...]

Read Full Wine Blog Post

Chateau Cheval Blanc Riding High.

Date: Wed, Feb 18, 2009 Wine Tasting

Things are obviously going well at Chateau Cheval Blanc, the Premier Grand Cru Classe estate in St-Emilion. They are planing on a new contemporary new winery and it will include a vinification room, winery, a barrel cellar, tasting room all set in landscaped gardens. Construction is hoped to start in 2010. Christian de Portzamparc is [...]

Read Full Wine Blog Post

Val de Loire on a high.

Date: Wed, Feb 18, 2009 Wine Tasting

Exports of Val de Loire wines have increased in both volume and value over the last 12 months. Exports have risen to 283,176 hectolitres, an increase of 5% and the value’s risen by 3% to €216 million. A major increase in the export sales of both rosé and sparkiling wine a the main reason for [...]

Read Full Wine Blog Post

Les Complices de Puech-Haut 2007, Les Domaines Bru (Credit Crunch Wine)

Date: Wed, Feb 18, 2009 Wine Tasting

A good value wine from Herault. On the nose there are hints of black cherry. The colour is a wonderful deep even rich red. On the palate it is warming with soft notes of cooked plum and cherry, with just a slight soft tannin finish. A very nice medium bodied wine that would suit pasta [...]

Read Full Wine Blog Post

Chardonnay from a Hotel in Los Angeles

Date: Wed, Feb 18, 2009 Wine Tasting

Gary Vaynerchuk tries 2006 Clos Du Bois Chard from his hotel room at the Sofitel. This is a classic.

Read Full Wine Blog Post

Terrasses de Cabrio 2006 ~ Saint Chinian (Credit Crunch Wine)

Date: Tue, Feb 17, 2009 Wine Tasting

This wine from Cave de Roquebrun, 34460 Roquebrun. Nice balance of ripe plum and black cherry notes. Pleasing tannin back note rounds it of on the palate. There is a tad of liquorice in the finish which lingers in the mouth. Cost = 4.50€ a bottle Winner of a gold (Macon) medal at the concours des grands [...]

Read Full Wine Blog Post

A Blind Pinot Noir Tasting

Date: Tue, Feb 17, 2009 Wine Tasting

Gary Vaynerchuk fulfills a viewer request and tastes 5 Pinot Noir wines blind.

Read Full Wine Blog Post

DOMAINE LOUIS ~ Rivesaltes Ambré

Date: Mon, Feb 16, 2009 Wine Tasting

A charming and warming wine. It is sweet but with a nice nutty earthy note at the end,that stops it being sickly. This is a very good choice for a dessert wine or with a slight chill for an aperitif. I would also be good used in cooking game dishes. For the dinky price, it [...]

Read Full Wine Blog Post

Emerson Electric Wine Bottle Opener - Black

Date: Mon, Feb 16, 2009 Wine Tasting

Product Description The BO60 electric wine bottle opener by Emerson can open any bottle of wine with the touch of a button. Opener will open all traditional wine bottles and can even successfully open any pesky corks that refuse to budge. The cordless opener opens a bottle of wine in seconds and doesn’t make any loud [...]

Read Full Wine Blog Post


Friends of Winewonks



Wine Spectator Online

#1 Online Wine Store

Manage Your Cellar

PokerStars Bonus Code

PokerStars Marketing Code


Check out some More Wonks Blog Communities!

Whether you like Baseball Blogs, Basketball Blogs, Beer Blogs, Car Blogs, Football Blogs, Poker Blogs, Wine Blogs....there is a Wonks Community you will enjoy!

WineWonks.com is owned and operated by Dimat Enterprises.


More about Dimat
"Dimat" is a major Poker Book publisher, with a popular Poker Forum, which originated from the book Internet Texas Holdem, by Matthew Hilger. Internet Poker Rankings tracks the top online poker players. Poker Bonos Gratis was designed to bring Free Poker Gifts to the Spanish Speaking Market.