Vanilla, Blackberry, Black Pepper
At Vinoportation, you can search for wines that exhibit flavors you find pleasing to your palette. Each week Vinoportation highlights three fundamental flavors for you to explore. Using your favorite flavors you can discover wines that fit the occasion. This week's flavors are Vanilla, Blackberry and Black Pepper.
United States, Chile, France
Every wine producing country has some specialty when it comes to its vino. As a wine explorer, you may have countries whose wines you simply can not get enough of. Here at Vinportation, we allow you to explore wine by country. This week explore wines from three different continents: the US, Chile, and France.
Sauvignon Blanc, Zinfandel, Syrah
Most people categorize wine by variety and its the easiest way to find a wine you might like. We have delved deep into all best known varieties and some so rare and borderline esoteric that we were amazed anyone made wine out of them at all. This week we picked Sauvignon Blanc, Zinfandel, and Syrah.
Loire, Rapel, Napa Valley
It's amazing how a difference in location of just a few hundred feet can affect the flavor of a wine. The winds might be just right over here, and there might be just a little more or less water over there and voila, magic. This week we explore some of the world's famous winemaking areas - France's Loire Valley, Chile's Rapel and U.S' Napa Valley.
Inniskillin, Spy Valley, Mastroberardino
Visiting a winery feels a little like visiting a piece of heaven; the beautiful countryside, the laid back lifestyle and all that wine! But a wineries reputation is its wine and behind the scene is a lot of hard farming and a thousand decisions that go into making a wine. These week we chose three outstanding wineries Concho y Toro, Cakebread and Cline Cellars.
Red, White, and Rose
You might be a Red or a White Wine person, but variety is the spice of life and every wine lover needs to explore the full wine color palate. There are occasions and meals that cry out for a particular color wine, but don't be afraid to experiment. And don't forget about Rose wines, these dry refreshing wines are making a comeback.