Wednesday Wine Reviews with @Sam_WineTeacher

  2019 Chardonnay Fort Berens Lillooet, BC $20.99 Made primarily from estate grapes, this wine is lemon yellow with medium-light intensity. The nose opens with lemon, honey, tangerine, lime zest, white flowers and gentle buttery notes.  Well balanced.  Fresh on the palate with the flavours echoing the nose followed by a medium-long finish.  This is … Read more

Wednesday Wine Reviews by @Sam_WineTeacher

I may get some comments on this feature as these wines might be better included in ‘From the Cellar’ and fair enough, but I have been digging a bit these days. 

From the Cellar – wines that have been aged – @Sam_WineTeacher

In addition to the weekly wine review and the various other, usually wine-related, articles I write for My Van City, I am including a new one that will appear from time to time.  I’m calling it, ‘From the Cellar’.

Wednesday Wine Reviews from Sam Hauck aka @Sam_WineTeacher

You can’t go wrong with recommendations from @Sam_WineTeacher aka Sam Hauck our intrepid wine reviewer.

From the Cellar featuring wines that have been aged

In addition to the weekly wine review and the various other, usually wine-related, articles I write for My Van City, I am going to include a new one that will appear from time to time.  I’m calling it, ‘From the Cellar’.

Wednesday Wine Reviews from @Sam_WineTeacher

Wednesdays bring us the tasting notes and recommendations of Sam Hauck aka The Wine Teacher.

Wednesday Wine Reviews from Sam_WineTeacher

Wednesdays bring us the tasting notes and recommendations of Sam Hauck aka The Wine Teacher.

From the Cellar featuring wines that have been aged

While most people drink what they buy in a matter of days, if not hours, more and more people are realizing the benefits of holding on to some of their wines and are enjoying the benefits of doing so.

Year End Interview with Chris Tolley of Moon Curser

Considering that they have thirteen different labels, their small winery is simply unable to provide a great deal of any one variety, which is both a curse and a blessing.

From the Cellar featuring wines that have been aged…

While most people drink what they buy in a matter of days, if not hours, more and more people are realizing the benefits of holding on to some of their wines and are enjoying the benefits of doing so.

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