Sacramento-area wineries triumph at State Fair Wine Competition Sacramento Bee Winners of the California State Fair Wine Competition were announced Thursday following a mammoth amount of sipping that involved more than 2,600 wines - and wineries...
"The public can taste these winning wines at Cal Expo on Aug. 22 at the Grape & Gourmet event, which includes food from popular local restaurants. The event costs $40 in advance or two tickets for $60. Tickets on the day of event cost $50 each."
We recommend you attend this event if you can. We know the Sacramento area wine regions well and produce our own offering of quality inexpensive wines from Eldorado Hills.
We have received good feedback on our dry Riesling from the North Coast of Northern California.
It is interesting to note that a number of people tend to associate Riesling as just a wine that is sweet in nature and some are pleasantly surprised with the experience that they have tasting a dry Riesling.
The Misconception: Wine is a complicated elixir, full of subtle flavors only an expert can truly distinguish, and experienced tasters are impervious to deception. The Truth: Wine experts and consumers can be fooled by altering ...
Wine has a story and personality in every bottle. What may delight one person may disappoint another person because wine is such a personal experience.
Also, you will hear people say that they do not like Merlot, Chardonnay, etc. because they have tried it before and didn't like it so basically they are assuming they will have an identical or similar experience everytime.
If you assume this to be true you will be sacraficing diverse and pleasurable wine tasting experience and leaving a virtual wealth of found treasures on the table.