Good Reads Wednesday

by Jeff Miller of Artisan Family of Wines (Seven Artisans, Sly Dog Cellars, Red Côte)

jeff-smEvery Wednesday I post my recommendations of the best of last week’s postings concerning wine, whether blogs or news. I list them in the order I read them, so you shouldn’t infer anything about the order in which I list these posts.

The 2012 CA Petite Sirah Taste-Off!

1 Wine Dude

A March Madness inspired taste-off among Petite Sirahs. This was round one, and we squeaked out a victory with our 2008 Seven Artisans Petite Sirah.

The 2012 1WD CA Petite Sirah Taste-Off, Part Deux

1 Wine Dude

Round 2 of the taste-off, and we squeaked by again, to advance to the final 4. Alas, round 3 wasn’t a winner, as we fell to the eventual overall runner-up, the 2007 Stanton Vineyards. Got some good press, though: What’s with this upstart Seven Artisans? It plays so much bigger, bolder and complex than the $18 for which it asks from your bank account.”

A Champion Is Crowned: The 2012 1WD Petite Sirah Taste-Off

1 Wine Dude

The 2009 Frank Family SJ Vineyard Reserve Petite Sirah (Napa Valley) edges out the Stanton in the finals.

Wine prices: Is it time for another update?

The Wine Curmudgeon

Wine prices are resisting increases despite the short supply of grapes.

How to manage a Champagne brand, some thoughts

jamie goode’s wine blog

A good reminder of how important branding is to a wine, the quality of the wine itself almost being an afterthought.

Bordeaux pricing is actually all about sex

jamie goode’s wine blog

An interesting post about how certain luxury wines are all about conspicuous consumption, and very little about their innate quality.

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One Response to “Good Reads Wednesday”

  1. Umar says:

    I’ve not tried this kind before, but do love red wine. I’m not a wine coussinoenr or anything, jut a fan in general. The other day we tried some Fetzer Cabernet (or something along those lines) from the grocery store. It was inexpensive and very, very good!! I love when things are reasonably priced. Amps up the enjoyment for sure!!xoxo,Carrie

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