Whitehall Lane : California Wine with Tony
Whitehall Land Winery in Rutherford, started in 1979, is a family-owned winery with 44 hectares of land. In the mid-19th century, Napa Valley settlers cultivated the land and made it ideal for winemaking.
And in 1993, the Leonardini Family of San Francisco took over the Whitehall Lane Estate. The winery, which uses state-of-the-art technology, ships 45,000 cases a year, mainly Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.
Top 10 Wineries in California for 2018
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Rankings based on the Decanter World Wine Awards for 2018.
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How To Taste Wine With Mira Winery
Find out how to taste wine like a pro, courtesy of Mira Winery, at the Mira Winery Napa Valley Education Center & Tasting Room in Charleston, S.C.
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First, make sure you're in a quiet room free of distractions. Everything can affect the taste of wine, so make sure there are no loud noises or crowds around you. Smells can also alter the taste of the wine, so make sure there are no strong cooking or perfume smells wafting into your space.
The temperature of the wine matters! Make sure you're serving at the right temperature. To find out what that is, check out our blog post on the topic:
Second, give your wine a good swirl. This allows some oxygen into the wine and releases its natural aromas. Give it a series of quick, short sniffs. These steps will help you evaluate the wine by sight and smell, allow you to identify what kind of wine it is, and potentially predict what it will taste like.
Next, it's time to taste! Take a small sip and let it linger in your mouth. Roll the wine around to your mouth and pay attention to how it feels. Then, swallow and feel the wine running through your body.
Thanks for joining us today. We hope our guide on how to taste wine was useful.
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What I Drank Yesterday Elizabeth Spencer Wines
This is an informative wine production highlighting the wines at the Wine Watch, in Fort Lauderdale. It is intended as a companion to Wine Watch Email offers. For more information please visit winewatch.com