Monthly Archives: July 2012

Get your Rhone On

For those of you bemoaning the fact that Paso Robles “Hospice Du Rhone” has been cancelled never fear, Locals ever on top of changing winds in the wine industry has Six Rhone style red blends for you to get your Rhone On. Locals also has a variety of wines that are made from grapes commonly known as Rhone style, such as Sirah, Petite Sirah, Grenache, Mourvedre and Carignane, so drop by and try these or any of the over 50 different wines from eleven great winemakers.

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Jamie Peterson Talks About The Peterson Wines

Peterson Winery practices the philosophy of Zero Manipulation. Their definition of Zero Manipulation is using the most gentle winemaking techniques possible to maximize flavors, aromatics and the original essence of the wine. The less you do in the course of a wine’s tenure in the cellar, the more of that essence you’ll have to bottle.…
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Albarino

Hey Bloggers, not sure if you read the Sunday July 1, 2012 food and wine section in the SF Chronicle but they mentioned that there are only about 176 acres of Albarino planted in the whole state of California and that it is fast becoming a very popular varietal and at some point down the…
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