Mike and Holly try a new arrival from Cambria Vineyards in California. This Viognier is a must try for all your summer gatherings.
Mike and Holly taste and discuss a Riesling made in Washington State. Riesling is made best in cooler climates and this is no exception. The vineyard is located in Yakima Valley, south of Willamette Valley. This is a superb wine and should be on your list this upcoming spring and summer.
In this episode, Mike and Holly discuss a relatively new wine to our store, the Selbach “Incline” Riesling from Germany. This was made in an everyday German Riesling style and it is a must try.
When speaking of Old World and New World wine regions, the country of Chile almost always falls into the New World Category; though it might be difficult to explain that to the Errazuriz family, who have been making wine under the Errazuriz name for over 130 years! Don Maximiano Errazuriz founded the winery in 1870 a bit north of the city of Santiago, realizing early on the grape growing potential of the region. Today, the company is owner and run by his descendant Eduordao Chadwick, the fifth generation of the family to be operating Errazuriz. Like any winery that been …