Archive for the ‘Art in Wine’ Category

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Finding “The House at Rueil” in Wine, can it be done?

Connecting Art to Wine, Before Even Tasting the Wine   I’ve wine samples to taste; a lot of samples to taste. Life just backs up the volume, as I work on balancing every to-do. At my present age, my grandmother… and then my mother… were taking long naps during the day. I’m not sure what’s […]

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Georges Duboeuf’s Beaujolais Nouveau Label Design Now Goes Public

This one reminds me of Willamette Valley’s Oak Knoll Winery. Being the exclusive partner of Portland’s popular Rose Parade, as regards wine, Oak Knoll Winery conducts an annual, label design contest. The inspiration, actualization, anticipation, and gratification for everyone in the process takes on a life of its own, until announced. It’s a lot simpler […]

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Georges Dubœuf Pouilly-Fuisse 2015 (Flower Label) ~ Quintessential Wines

Sample: Quintessential Wines ~ Georges Dubœuf Pouilly-Fuisse 2015 (Flower Label) PREFACE – PART 1 ~ WHITE WINES World Regions ~ Mâconnais, France HEART ~ THE WINERY: This information came from an interview I had with Franck Duboeuf SCIENCE ~ WINEMAKING ~ From the winery and from Jo SOUL ~ Wine Blog’s SAMPLE NOTES FOR Georges Dubœuf Pouilly-Fuisse 2015 (Flower Label) Photo […]

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Wine Enthusiast’s Artful Focus is a Significant Pleasure

SETTING: Waltz, point counter point, having just been in the garden ~ including Waltz in A-Flat Major, Op. 39, No. 15 INSPIRATION: Wine Enthusiast Magazine query ~ “Introducing Wine Enthusiast’s First Ever Art & Wine Issue” SOUL: Art & Wine? Sure OPINION: Life graces us with sensual entertainment. We need only to indulge, just lose […]

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Valentine Value Vinos from Around the Globe ~ Wines of the Week ~ Bervini 1955 Sparkling wines

PREFACE: THE HEART OF THE DEAL ~ THE WINERY: info is coming from the company’s own statement I can’t make up their history Nor am I to try THE SCIENCE OF THE DEAL ~ WINEMAKING THE SOUL OF THE DEAL ~ SAMPLE From: WINE TREES USA   Bervini 1955 2016 Prosecco DOC Millesimato Extra Dry […]

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Geyserville Wine Country Series ~ Art and Wine Shine #2

Art and Wine Shine in Geyserville Geyserville is a very quiet, wine country community, for those who haven’t discovered it yet. Visiting it guarantees that you’ll encounter tourists meandering through the little Main Street, which brings you into and leaves town swiftly. At one with what they’re doing, tourists enjoy walking between eateries and tasting […]

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Geyserville Wine Country Series ~ Sculpture from Geyserville to Cloverdale ~ #1

Last fall, we moved to Geyserville. We hadn’t thought of it as moving to a senior community; but, in some ways, it really is conducive to a more mature living location. I have gray hair coming in, so that qualifies, right? Before living here full time, Geyserville was a place to visit for a few […]

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If Napa is Disneyland of Wine, Then Disney Lives on at Silverado Vineyards

Everyone loves to call Napa the Disneyland of Wine for adults. In many regards, it is.  Now, if you love Disney… on top of that… take it to the next level. I don’t know how many times I had passed the Silverado Vineyards winery sign… too many to count, that’s for sure… but I never […]

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Bordeaux ~ Albert Smith Work in the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux ~ partie douze

After my first story about Albert Smith (1854–1932), called Bordeaux ~ Impressionist Alfred Smith ~ partie onze, I wanted to know more about the Bordeaux artist. I thought, “Shouldn’t there be a museum in Bordeaux where Albert Smith’s works are located?” I mean, he’s a home boy, right? Well, there is… The Musée des Beaux-Arts […]

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Bordeaux ~ Impressionist Alfred Smith ~ partie onze

(Le quai de Bacalan le soir ) is a full bodied image calling for a full bodied wine. Let’s say a Left Bank Bordeaux, because it’s quite substantive and a bit mysterious, just as the wharves at Bacalan are so described in texts.