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  • July 21st, 2014

    Sun Media reviews California Square Wines!

    Sun Media reviews California Square Wines!

    "Winery Truett-Hurst serves its wines squared" BY CHRISTOPHER WATERS , QMI AGENCY California winery Truett-Hurst says it's squaring off against the conventional wine bottle. Its California Square portfolio comes in a custom designed square bottle with vintage-style graphics, fonts and embossing. The shape certainly stands out on the liquor stores' shelves, but that might not be a good thing in an industry that often markets pedigree and tradition. It'll be a challenge to see if consumers are open to buying wine in a bottle that's associated more with spirits or vinegar. The latter is a connection that no winemaker would want. Leading kosher ...

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  • July 15th, 2014

    L’Ecole N° 41 Winery: World Champion of Bordeaux Varietals

    By John Vitale — In a landmark win against the world's top Bordeaux producers this week, L'Ecole N° 41's newest red blend, the 2011 Estate Ferguson, proved to be a tour de force at the prestigious Decanter World Wine Awards in London, walking away with the coveted International Trophy for best red Bordeaux varietals in the over £15 classification (over $25 US). Source: Washington Tasting Room - June 27, 2014 Photo: L'Ecole N° 41 2011 Estate Ferguson and L'Ecole's Marty Clubb at Ferguson Vineyard in the Walla Walla Valley AVA Beating many of the world's most renowned—and expensive—Bordeaux varietal wines for the top...

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  • July 10th, 2014

    Barolo and Barbaresco have become a UNESCO World Heritage!

    Source: langhevini.it Barolo and Barbaresco become part of UNESCO Meeting in Qatar, the organization's Standing Committee recognizes the viticultural landscape of the Langhe-Roero and Monferrato areas of Piedmont as a World Heritage Site Barolo and Barbaresco have become a UNESCO World Heritage. The decision was taken by the UNESCO Standing Committee, which met a few days ago in Qatar to examine 39 candidatures from all over the world. After 11 years of preparation, the candidature was submitted to the World Heritage Center in Paris in January 2013, and now the Langhe-Roero and Monferrato winegrowing landscape has been admitted to the...

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  • June 27th, 2014

    L’Ecole N° 41’s Debut 2011 Estate Ferguson Wins Prestigious International Trophy at Global Wine Competition in London

    L’Ecole N° 41’s Debut 2011 Estate Ferguson Wins Prestigious International Trophy at Global Wine Competition in London

    WALLA WALLA, Wash.  (June 25, 2015) –Decanter World Wine Awards (DWWA) presented the L'Ecole N° 41 2011 Estate Ferguson from Ferguson Vineyard in the Walla Walla Valley with its prestigious International Trophy for Best in Show, Red Bordeaux Varietals over £15 at the DWWA ceremony in London last night. The award is significant not only because less than 0.22% of this year's 15,007 entries earned an International Trophy but also because L'Ecole's 2011 Estate Ferguson is the debut release from the winery's newest Walla Walla Valley estate vineyard. Marty Clubb, L'Ecole's owner and managing winemaker, was in London Tuesdayto accept the...

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  • June 25th, 2014

    Q&A Erwan Faiveley: An interview with Domaine Faiveley's director by Adam Lechmere

    © Tim Atkin MW | Erwan Faiveley wants to expand into Chablis For Domaine Faiveley director Erwan Faiveley, global warming has an upside. Interview by Adam LechmerePosted Monday, 23-Jun-2014 Sourced on Wine-Searcher.Com Link to original article   What were the main challenges you faced when you took over Domaine Faiveley? I was kind of scared. Although I knew I was going to take over, I didn't expect it to happen so soon. I had been living in Paris, and then Philadelphia, for 10 years and it was quite a shock to come from the big city to the countryside almost overnight. When I arrived I saw there were quite a few things to change, and ...

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