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SMITH-BERRY WINERY’S BLACKBERRY WINS DOUBLE GOLD AT PREMIERE 2013 SAN FRANCISCO WINE COMPETITION

Posted by administrator on March 20, 2013  /   Posted in News

*About the 2013 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition Hosted by the San Francisco Chronicle, this is the largest competition of American Wines in the World and is recognized for its participation by the most distinguished judges in the country.  More than 60 judges, including winemakers, sommeliers, wine educators, bloggers, and members of the media, evaluated

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Up the Creek Seyval Blanc 2011

Posted by administrator on January 29, 2013  /   Posted in Uncategorized

Producer: Up the Creek Winery, LLP Wine Name: 2011 Seyval Blanc Varietal: Seyval Blanc Alcohol: 13% Category: White wine Suggested Retail Price: $16 Retail Locations: In Monticello, Kentucky at Lake Cumberland Winery or online at upthecreekwinery.com from the “Buy Our Wines” page Tasting Notes: Starting with fresh grapes from Up the Creek’s vineyard below the cabin, our 2011 Seyval Blanc became a traditional

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Brooks Hill Winery Estate Lemberger

Posted by administrator on December 05, 2012  /   Posted in Uncategorized

Producer: Brooks Hill Winery Wine Name: Estate Lemberger Varietal: Lemberger Appellation: Kentucky Alcohol: 12.5% Category: Red Retail Price: $20.75 Retail Location: Brooks Hill Winery Tasting Notes: This medium bodied red wine handcrafted from grapes grown at the Brooks Hill vineyard and barrel aged 14 months in Kentucky White Oak.  This variety of grape is native to Austria, Germany and other areas of

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Prodigy Vineyards & Winery Chambourcin

Posted by administrator on December 03, 2012  /   Posted in Uncategorized

Producer: Prodigy Vineyards and Winery Wine Name: Chambourcin Varietal: Chambourcin Appellation: Kentucky Alcohol: 12.5% Category: Red Retail Price: $21.99 Retail Locations: Prodigy’s Tasting Room or online: http://prodigyvineyards.com/news/?page_id=313 Tasting Notes: Dry, medium- bodied with tones of blackberries and cherries wrapped in an herbal bouquet. A nuance of licorice, tobacco and oak on the finished. Barrel aged

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Don’t Forget the Wine! Pairing Kentucky Wine with Thanksgiving Dinner

Posted by administrator on November 21, 2012  /   Posted in News

Here in Kentucky and around the nation, Thursday is Thanksgiving; one of only a handful of days throughout the year where gluttony is not only socially accepted, but fervently encouraged. In spite of trudging through crowded airports and sitting idly on congested interstates only to arrive at a house crammed beyond capacity with people you may

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