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New Book on Kentucky Wine & Wineries

Posted by administrator on August 01, 2012  /   Posted in News

  A WINE LOVER’S ODYSSEY ACROSS KENTUCKY By P. Faye Collins  8 X 10 Softcover 192 full-color pages $29.95 ISBN # 978-1-935497-56-1 Purchase:  In 1990, Kentucky had no commercial wineries. Wine lovers looked to wines from Europe or California when searching for the perfect bottle. Today, there are around sixty wineries in the state

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Wight-Meyer Vineyards & Winery Kentucky Norton

Posted by administrator on July 30, 2012  /   Posted in Uncategorized

Producer:  Wight-Meyer Vineyards & Winery Wine Name:  Kentucky Norton Varietal:  Norton Appellation:  Kentucky Category:  Dry Red Retail Locations: Tasting Notes: Kentucky grown, barrel aged 12 months. A deep garnet color with a nose that hints of cherries and strawberries with faint nuances of vanilla. Medium bodied palate chocked full of brambly fruit and spice with

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Horseshoe Bend- Rose of Cabernet Franc

Posted by administrator on July 23, 2012  /   Posted in Uncategorized

Producer:  Horseshoe Bend Vineyard & Winery Wine Name:  Rose of Cabernet Franc Varietal:  Cabernet Franc Appellation:  Kentucky Alcohol:  12% Category:  Rose Retail Locations: Tasting Notes: This dry, traditional, French style rose exhibits that berry flavor that is associated with most reds. Served chilled, it is one of those summer sipping wines that refreshes and

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Look for “Kentucky” on the Label

Posted by administrator on July 19, 2012  /   Posted in News

From: Liquor Barn’s Party Line Blog I spent the afternoon in another beautiful part of Kentucky yesterday. I was near Willisburg, at Horseshoe Bend Winery. I watched and listened as a group of four out-of-state visitors were led through a tasting of Horseshoe Bend wines by Regina. The wines showed well, purchases were made, stories

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White Buck Vineyard & Winery- Morganfield

Posted by administrator on July 02, 2012  /   Posted in News

Seemingly endless fields of corn flank either side of U.S. Highway 60 between Henderson and Morganfield. The closely grouped stalks create a sense of perpetually unified motion as they gently sway in the stifling breeze of an early summer heat wave.  Not far from the Ohio River in the western part of the state, Morganfield

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