9/30/2009

Quick Sip: (Kluge) Albemarle Simply Red 2004

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Over the weekend I enjoyed a bottle the (Kluge) Albemarle Simply Red 2004. I find this wine to be a very good QPR (quality-to-price-ratio) wine that won’t break the bank at the low price of $11.99. But don’t let that low price tag fool you - this is a nice everyday wine to sip on its own or enjoy with pizza, a burger, or even grilled tuna and salmon. I know what you must be saying - Dezel, red wine with fish? Don’t doubt me, try it! Just be sure it’s a leaner red with moderate acidity, such as this selection.

Kluge Farm Shop & Tasting Room

Kluge's tasting room is currently carrying the 2005 vintage, but the 2004 vintage can be found at a number of local wine shops including Total Wine where I saw it last. Speaking of vintage, the 2004 Virginia vintage, which, I have found, does not get as much hype as the 2002, 2005, and more recently, the 2007 vintage, produced some pretty nice wines that I’m still enjoying now. Conversely, wines from some of the hyped (or best) vintage years I recently opened are falling apart much quicker than one would expect. That being said, you can’t just look at best vintage years and draw conclusions. You also have to look at the producers and find out who is reliable and consistent from vintage to vintage. Tip: Make these producers your friends!

Albemarle Simply Red 2004

Enough of Dezel rambling about vintage years and producers, lets get to the quick sip. The Albemarle Simply Red 2004 is medium ruby in color with dark berry fruit, spice, smoke, and soft toast and mild green leafy aromas that follow through on the taste. On the palate, it is an easy drinking, light-medium bodied, approachable wine with smooth tannins, good balance, and a medium length finish. The winemaker notes comment that the wine was aged for 14 months in 100% French oak barrels, of which 70% were new and 30% were 1 to 2 years old. This likely explains the added complexity and suppleness. In closing friends, this is not an outstanding wine, but it is a (very) good value wine. Go out, grab a pizza or some 5 Guys and let this wine do its work for you. Be sure to send me an e-mail and let me know what you thought. (Cork: Real Alcohol 13%) As always, Happy Sipping!
Dezel

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9/26/2009

Doukénie Winery: Taste Of Italy

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Last weekend I headed out to Loudoun County to enjoy the 2nd Annual Taste of Italy festival at Doukénie Winery. If you follow my blog, you indeed know that Doukénie Winery is one of my top spots to go when visiting Loudoun wine country. Doukénie does a great job of combining good wine with a friendly and relaxing atmosphere, all in an inviting and picturesque setting. And, this popular and well attended family-oriented event was no different.

Doukénie Winery: Taste Of Italy


The weather was picture perfect, almost as if Doukénie had placed an order to Mother Nature for it and super-sized the sunny and beautiful part! The event offered a number of activities to partake in, including vineyard rides, games, live entertainment, cellar tours, grape stomping with Lucy, barrel tasting, and more.

Picture Perfect Day in Loudoun Wine Country


On such a lovely day, the Mandolin, an off-dry white wine blend filled my glass. The Mandolin offers inviting floral and citrus aromas with a touch of spice that follows through on the palate with a smidgen of sweetness on the finish. I later moved to the barrel tasting, where Sebastien Marquet, Doukénie’s winemaker, has a very nice developing Cabernet Franc 2008 and Vintner’s Reserve 2008 red wine blend – I cannot wait to revisit these upon release.

I Love Lucy Grape Stomp!


Next in the glass was the Cabernet Franc 2007, which offers cherry, spice box, and herbaceous aromas in a medium bodied, smooth textured wine. This wine paired nicely with my Italian sausage lunch making for a happy marriage of food and wine. By this time, the music was playing and Lucy and the crowd of Virginia Wine Lovers were stomping grapes and dancing. I have to tell you, that Lucy sure can bust a move!

Hayrides and Vineyard Tours - All Aboard!

Time flies when you are having fun and relaxing in Loudoun wine country – for those who visit, you know what I mean. If you missed this event this year, I would suggest you pencil it in for next year and cross your fingers for a similar weather day. In the mean time, fall is a great time to visit too! Doukénie is located on 500 scenic acres and the shaded veranda off the tasting room looks out to manicured rolling greens, vine plantings, a horse farm, and vista views in the distance. You can also picnic on the deck that overlooks the pond or find a spot in the warm and cozy tasting room by the fireplace. When you visit the kind folks at Doukénie, be sure to let them know you saw them here on Dezel’s Vine Spot wine blog.

Happy Sipping @ Doukénie Winery!



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9/22/2009

The 34th Annual Virginia Wine Festival - In Review

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This past weekend, I saddled up and paid a visit to the 34th Annual Virginia Wine Festival at Bull Run Regional Park in Centerville, Virginia. The Virginia Wine Festival is the oldest running wine festival in Virginia, and if my facts are correct, the entire East Coast. Every year, new wine drinkers enter the Virginia Wine Festival and leave Virginia Wine Lovers – mission accomplished, right? You Betcha!

The Glass Says it All!

I attended the festival on Sunday, which I do purposely, because it is typically a more relaxed and laid back day. Don’t get me wrong though, this is a popular festival, and both Saturday and Sunday are always well attended. Saturday is super crowded, while Sunday is just crowded. Nowadays, being familiar with a number of Virginia producers, one of my main missions at these festivals is to seek out new wineries. And, trust me, there is always a new winery in the up-and-coming Virginia wine region.

There Were Over 50 VA Wineries in Attendance


And why is this festival so popular? Well, that is an easy one: it features unlimited wine tastings from over fifty of Virginia’s award-winning wineries, local food vendors (Yummy!), educational seminars, art and craft artisans, and some toe-tapping & finger-snapping live entertainment. And this year, the graceful and beautiful Vine Women, who performed to the classical sounds of the Cherry Blossom String Quartet, were the bomb! Yes, bomb – can you tell that they were my favorite act? But, my favorite vine woman, who was also present at the festival, is Virginia superstar sommelier Mary Watson – if you don’t know what I mean check out the spring 2009 cover of Virginia Wine Lover Magazine.

Dezel Just Loves The Vine Woman - Great Show!

Speaking of personal favorites, some of my favorite producers, based on quality and consistency from vintage to vintage, were present. These include Breaux, Corcoran, and Tarara. As a side note, this is the second straight festival I have attended where Breaux Vineyards Viognier has shown up on the table – get out and try this, friends, good stuff! The Breaux Viognier was a perfect match with my spicy jambalaya lunch. And, speaking of jambalaya, Breaux also has a Jen’s Jambalaya wine (off-dry white wine blend), which would have worked well too. So visit Breaux and check out those wines when you have a chance! Hint-Hint – the fall season is very beautiful and colorful in Loudoun County.

Kick Back, Relax, and Sip Some Wine...VA Wine!

Now, for the new wineries: My new wine find is Mountfair Vineyards. They are located near Charlottesville and specialize in Bordeaux style blends. I personally feel that the red wine blend is Virginia’s best red wine, but consumers favor varietal wines – people love a label with the grape’s name on it, be it Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot, etc. Mountfair’s Composition 2007 blend (CS 60%, Merlot 35%, PV 5%) really impressed. And so did the Stickdog dry Riesling 2008 made by Brad McCarthy. I will be honest, Virginia is one of the last places I look to for my Riesling wines, but Brad did a nice job with this wine, and for $15, it is a great quality-to-price-ratio (QPR) wine for sure. Brad’s Chardonnay is also pretty nice. Another newbie, with very nice and personable owners I might add, is Democracy Vineyards. Their inaugural offerings are a Velvet Revolution Reserve 2007 (red blend) and a Declaration Reserve 2008 (white blend). Be on the lookout for both of these new Virginia producers and be sure to check out Mountfair if you are in the Charlottesville area.
Wine Bloggers Having Fun!

As always, I had a great time attending the Virginia Wine Festival, and more importantly, hanging out and tasting with fellow wine lovers and bloggers, Frank & Acada Morgan and John & Megan Witherspoon. If you missed this year, be sure to put next year's event on your calendar, friends. And remember, with over 50 wineries do not feel shy about using the spit bucket - safety and responsibility should be practiced at these events. In closing, support Virginia wine, and as always, Happy Sipping!

Dezel

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9/13/2009

Prince Michel: Old Town Alexandria Tasting Room & Gift Boutique

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As some of you may know, Historic Old Town Alexandria is one of my favorite places to visit. As a mater of fact, I hang out in Old Town about twice a week. There is so much to like about Old Town Alexandria, from the fine dining, antique shops, high-end boutiques, novelty stores, live entertainment, to spectacular views of the Potomac River and surrounding area. More recently, there is a new destination to enjoy in Old Town – The Prince Michel Tasting Room & Gift Boutique.

The Prince Michel Tasting Room & Gift Boutique


Prince Michel is one of the oldest operational producers in the area and has been producing Virginia wines for over twenty-five years. Outside of their primary tasting room off of Route 29, Prince Michel operates two full-scale satellite tasting rooms. Their other location is The Carter Mountain Wine Shop in Monticello , Virginia . At this location, Prince Michel, Rapidan River , and Carter Mountain wines can be tasted and purchased. The Alexandria tasting room carries the Prince Michel label, as well as a new label: Old Town Alexandria.

New Label for the Old Town Alexandria Tasting Room


The Alexandria Tasting Room is charming and quaint, with a comfortable and attractive solid wood wrap-around tasting bar. The staff is friendly and warm, and the gift shop is well stocked with some great wine related items. I personally love the wall racks and cutting boards they carry. Currently, the tasting bar offers two tasting options. For $5, you can taste through ten red and white wines, which includes a nice mix of Prince Michel and Old Town wines. The aromatic Prince Michel Viognier and the Old Town Harmony, a Merlot based smooth blend were two of my personal favorites on this tasting flight. Additionally, the Prince Michel rich and mouth-filling port-styled wine adds for a nice sweet ending.

Tasting Bar


For another $5 you can opt for the Vineyard Designate Tasting Flight. These wines are made from fruit harvested from a single vineyard, which is usually printed on the label, and are the type of wines most people associate with terrior (site specific) wines. The four wines currently tasted on this flight are the Prince Michel Sparkling wine, made from Chardonnay fruit from Ivy Creek Farm, the Mount Juliet Petit Manseng 2006, the Ivy Creek Farm Cabernet Sauvignon 2005, and last but not least, the Quaker Run Syrah 2006. A fan of Petit Manseng , I opted to enjoy a glass – the inviting tropical and citrus fruit aroma and flavors are definitely something to check out.

Wine related gift items line the wall


The tasting room currently has limited seating and little substantive foods. They do carry crackers and other light nibbles, but no cheese, sausage, salad, sandwiches, etc. You are allowed, however, to bring something in from the gourmet cheese and sausage shop a few doors down if you are going to stick around and enjoy a glass or bottle of wine. A glass of wine is anywhere from $4 to $8 and there are a number of red and white wine selections for less than $20 a bottle too. Just venture out in the area and visit nearby wine bars and you will find these prices very affordable. There is also a slush machine where you can get a peach or sangria frozen adult beverage (a.k.a Vineyard Freeze). Yummy!

Happy Sipping from Prince Michel's Old Town Tasting Room

The Prince Michel Tasting Room & Boutique Gift Shop will have its grand opening on September 16th. There is something for every palate preference here, from white, red, dry, off-dry, sparkling, fortified, to frozen! When you visit, let the kind folks know you read about them here on Dezel’s Vine Spot wine blog.

Tasting Room Info: Alexandria Tasting Room, 1309 King Street Alexandria Virginia, 571-970-6903


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9/10/2009

Q&A with Lori Corcoran of Corcoran Vineyards


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This week’s Q&A session is with Lori Corcoran, owner and winemaker of Corcoran Vineyards, located in the charming village of Waterford, just northwest of Leesburg. Corcoran Vineyards is one of Loudoun’s most popular wineries, and Lori, along with husband Jim, are producing award winning wines that have Virginia wine lovers flocking to their 1750 restored log cabin tasting room. So without further ado, here is the Q&A with Lori Corcoran. Enjoy!

Lori Corcoran - Owner & Winemaker of Corcoran Vineyards

Dezel: Was there a special bottle that initially got you into wine? If so, tell us a little about that experience. If not, what attracted you to the wonderful world of wine?
Lori Corcoran: What attracted me to the wonderful world of wine was I thought it would just be a lot of fun. It all started back in 2001 when we attended the Mount Vernon Wine Festival and decided right then and there that since we have a vineyard, why not a winery?



Dezel: Tell us a little bit about Corcoran Vineyards. I know time flies when you are having fun, and you guys have been having a ball. You opened your doors for business a little over four years ago, and now you are considered one of the top producers in Loudon County in terms of wine quality and tasting room atmosphere. What has been the key to your success?
Lori Corcoran: Our philosophy at Corcoran, from the beginning has been to produce the highest quality wines. We work hand in hand with our growers to ensure the highest quality fruit which is the basis for all quality wines.

We opened our tasting room out of the basement of our home back in 2004, with 550 cases of wine. We have not grown by much, currently producing about 2000 cases, which I feel has been one of the main reasons for our success; we still handle all aspects of both the vineyard and the winery ourselves. By remaining small, we maintain our consistency.

Our current tasting room is in a 1750’s log cabin. It is separate from our state of the art winery. You will be greeted by either Kim Smith, who is our Chief Tasting Officer and currently in training to become a sommelier, or myself. Our job is to make peoples' wine experience a little better, one glass at a time.



Relax by the pond with a glass of Corcoran's wine and enjoy

Dezel: As a winemaker, what is your wine style? Do you shoot for Corcoran wines to be more Old World, New World, or somewhere in between?
Lori Corcoran: I think my style as a winemaker is evolving every year. It is so exciting because every year harvest is different. I really try to capture the true characteristics of the grapes in every bottle. Also, I believe the more wines I try, the better my palate becomes, the better my winemaking ability becomes. My belief is to make good wines; you need to know what they taste like.



Dezel: What is your favorite food and Corcoran Vineyards wine pairing? Help us out here so we can try this match made in heaven too.
Lori Corcoran: I honestly don’t know if I have a favorite Corcoran wine & food pairing because I enjoy them all with different foods. One favorite is the Viognier with crab cakes with a little old bay seasoning, while another is buttered popcorn on movie night with our Chardonnay. Our Malbec is absolutely wonderful with dark chocolate, but it also pairs nicely with lamb. And who could forget how well the Chambourcin goes with all our feathered friends like turkey, chicken, duck & quail but on the other side it goes great with the acidity of a tomato, so pizza and spaghetti is good too. And of course there is our Cabernet Franc and steak, a must have once a month!


Dezel pouring Corcoran's Malbec for a budding wine enthusiast (Guess Who?)

Dezel: What do you consider to be the best thing about the Virginia wine industry?
Lori Corcoran: The best thing about the Virginia wine industry is the people. This includes all the wonderful friends we have made since opening the winery as well as the winery owners and the people that help make the Virginia wine industry such an incredible industry to be a part of.



Dezel: Okay, I know I said 5 questions, but I have to ask. Besides your own wines filling your wine glass, tell us at least three other Virginia producers whose wines you thoroughly enjoy?
Lori Corcoran: Some Virginia wine producers I enjoy are Veritas, Linden and Jefferson, just to name a few.


Dezel: Thanks for your time and appearing on Virginia Vine Spot Q&A, Lori. I enjoyed learning more about you and your winery and I know my friends will too. To learn more about Corcoran Vineyards click on the link below.

Winery Info: Corcoran Vineyards • 14635 Corkys Farm Lane • Waterford, Virginia 20197 • 540-882-9073

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9/04/2009

Viognier Blind Tasting III: Honey Moon Strikes Again!

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This past Saturday, Corcoran Vineyards in Loudoun County hosted another Viognier blind tasting, and, I must say, the results surprised me yet again. If you recall, the past two blind tastings of Viognier have had something in common. The winning wine was the least expensive wine and made by the same producer. This time, against stiff and more expensive competition, lightning strikes three times, as the Honeymoon Viognier 2008, a $5.99 bottle made exclusively for Trader Joe’s, wins again! The two previous vintages of Honeymoon that won were the 2005 and 2007.

"The Art of Tasting" with Wine Superstar Mary Watson

Evaluating these wines were a great cast of palates, ranging from the casual drinker and lover of Virginia wines, to wine industry professionals, well familiar with the exquisite and exotic white wine grape variety of the Northern Rhone. Thirteen Viognier wines were tossed into the mix and bagged prior to pouring. The tasters only knew that they would taste Viognier wines. This was to avoid any preconceptions a taster may have about a wine, based on the label, price, country, producer, etc. I mean, a $99 wine is always great, right? And, a $15 wine is dull and uninteresting, right? Absolutely not! Thus, we removed such influential factors and used the UC Davis 20-point scoring system, which breaks down elements of sensory perception and lends itself to objectivity, for what is a rather subjective experience.

Getting Ready to Roll Out the Viognier!

Prior to the tasting, Virginia's own wine superstar sommelier, Mary Watson, did an informative and entertaining “Art of Tasting” presentation, which everyone thoroughly enjoyed. Lastly, we had a few rules: there was no table talk or cheese allowed, both of which can influence how the wines are scored. As fun as it sounds, there is a little work involved. Enough of Dezel’s rambling; check out the rankings and scores below.

Honeymoon 2008 Viognier $5.99 (3 Time Consecutive WINNER!!!)


1. 2008 Honey Moon Viognier (California) Price: $5.99 Score 15.7
This is Honeymoon’s third straight win! These victories have come against stiff and more expensive competition, such as Condrieu, some rather nice Virginia examples, Washington State, and other wine producing regions. Somehow, this inexpensive Trader Joe's exclusive is able to capture the style of Viognier that I have found to be to the liking of many Virginia wine lovers. The 2008 was not as lush and rich as the 2005 and 2007 vintages, but it offered inviting stone fruit aromas with a touch of tropical notes and honeysuckle undertones, that transferred beautifully to the palate. Hey, it’s cheap and has a great quality-to-price ratio, and after winning three consecutive blind tastings, those in and out of the industry need to drop the $6 and see what is going on in this bottle. This wine tops a lot of more expensive examples of similar style in my opinion based on QPR. (Order tasted 4th)

2. 2008 Bridgman Viognier (Washington State) Price: $12.99 Score 14.6
While I got the hint that the majority of tasters did not prefer oak influence in their Viognier, they had no choice but to be kind to Bridgman’s latest effort. Good fruit flavors, from apricot to pear and lemongrass, moderate acidity, and seamless oak and fruit fusion; to note, this wine was very lightly oaked. The Seven Hills 2007, another refined example of Viognier from Washington State took 2nd place at the last tasting. (Order tasted 3rd).

3. 2006 Rappahannock Cellars Viognier (Virginia) Price: $22.00 Score 14.3
No surprise here; their 2005 vintage received the distinguished 2006 Governor's Cup for their 2005 vintage under then winemaker Stephen Barnard. Rappahannock has a good reputation for putting out consistently good Viognier wines. (Order tasted 12th)

4. 2006 Prince Michel Viognier (Virginia) Price: 18.99 Score 14.2
Nice example; good citrus and stone fruit qualities bordering on tropical, aromatic, medium bodied, creamy, a true crowd pleaser. (Order tasted 13th)

5. 2008 Sunset Hills Viognier (Virginia) Price: $24.00 Score 14.0
Medium bodied, tropical notes, a pinch or two of spice, enjoy it now – a very good wine! (Order tasted 2nd)

6. 2006 Delfosse Viognier Reserve (Virginia) Price: $25.00 Score 13.9
Citrus notes, moderate acidity, some stone fruit, medium nose. (Order tasted 10th)

7. 2008 Chrysalis Viognier (Virginia) Price: $29.00 Score 13.8
Pleasant tree fruit and citrus aromas, nice texture and mouth-feel, well-balanced, a consistently good producer of Viognier wines. (Order tasted 6th)

8. 2006 Chateau des Charmes Viognier (Canada) Price: $19.99 Score 13.6
One of those love it or hate it wines; that being said, I have been told that 2006 was an extremely miserable (wet) year for grape growers. (Order tasted 5th)

9. 2008 Casillero del Diablo Viognier (Chile) Price: $8.97 Score 13.2
Soft nose, soft fruit flavors, sort of a neutral wine for a Viognier. (Order tasted 1st)

10. 2008 Veritas Viognier (Virginia) Price: $20.00 Score 12.4
(Order tasted 8th)

11. 2007 Sunset Hills Viognier (Virginia) Price: $24.00 Score 12.3
Floral and fruit nose with soft vanilla and toasty oak notes; to a majority of the tasters this wine showed too much oak influence, shadowing the fruit. (Order tasted 7th)

12. 2007 Corcoran Vineyards Viognier (Virginia) Price: $20.00 Score 12.0
One of the more popular Loudoun County Viognier examples, so shocked to see it ranked here; tasters thought this example was more neutral than what you would expect from the Viognier grape variety. (Order tasted 9th)

13. 2008 Barrel Oak Viognier (Virginia) Price: $N/A Score 11.8
This wine will not be released until October or November of 2009, but a bottle was submitted for this tasting. This wine is better than where it is ranked, but sort of proves my point, that Virginia Viognier drinkers generally do not prefer their Viognier wines oaked; especially those that are clearly noticeable. Get out and try this wine; it’s made more in the Condrieu style - ironically, a wine many Virginia Viognier drinkers say they enjoy. I guess, they forget that it is traditionally barrel fermented in 1/3 new French oak with the remaining using 1 to 3 years old oak barrels. (Order tasted 11th)

Click Here to see first Viognier Blind Tasting

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9/01/2009

Labor Day Happenings: 21st Annual Herndon Labor Day Jazz and Wine Festival

Hello Friends,

Are you looking for something different to do on Labor Day - something fun, something that involves Virginia wine? Well, Dezel has just the thing for you! On September 7th, 2009, from noon to 6pm, you can kick back, relax, and enjoy the 21st Annual Herndon Labor Day Jazz & Wine Festival.

Enjoy Award Winning Virginia Wines!


The festival takes place in downtown Herndon on the town green and will feature a number of award winning Virginia wineries, great finger snapping and toe-tapping jazz music, art & craft vendors, tasty foods, and, did I mention award winning Virginia wineries! You get the point!

Live Jazz Music - all day long!


Admission is $15 for sippers, $5 if you are not sipping, and those 12 and under get in free. Hopefully, this nice weather we are experiencing will stick around for the festival. - keep your fingers crossed. For further information about the festival visit the following link and click on Herndon Labor Day Jazz & Wine Festival: www.herndon-va.gov/Content/Parks_rec/Special_events . As always, Happy Sipping!

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