Tag: Reisling

Hidden Gems Exist In Oregon’s Willamette Valley

Reviews of the wines produced by the Coeur de Terre Vineyard and the Dukes Family Vineyards in Oregon's Willamette Valley.
The excellent wines, spectacular views and remarkably friendly people within Oregon’s Willamette Valley make selecting which wineries to visit a difficult challenge. There is comfort in choosing familiar names such as Ken Wright, Soter Vineyards,

Break Your Fast Libation Suggestions

Libations to accompany the break-fast including two kosher wines from Hagafen and the Bunnahabhain Toiteach Single Malt Scotch Whisky.
Every family seems to have its own traditions when it comes time to breaking the fast. Usually a milchik (diary) or pareve (neutral) meal, the dishes might range from one relative’s treasured lokshen kugel (egg noodle

Kosher Food And Wine Experience

A review of the Hagafen Riesling 2012 and several whiskies including Angel's Envy, the Tomintoul 10-year-old single malt and two single malts from Glengoyne.
The 2013 Kosher Food and Wine Experience was held in NYC earlier this month. This annual tasting event is one of the best opportunities-along with their tasting events in London and

Alsace Region Produces Some Of France’s Best Wines

Alsace makes some terrific wines.
Hot weather calls for cool wines. And some of the best wines to serve this time of the year are the white wines produced in the Alsace region of France. Located on France's eastern border, the Alsace region has, at various times, been a part of Germany, which explains the

Lighter, Crisper Wines For Summer Dining

Some summer wine suggestions.
Summer is a great time to try different wines. “People move away from the oaky chardonnays and heavy reds when the warm weather arrives,” said Marty Meyrowitz, the owner of The Wine Harvest, “they prefer lighter, crisper whites and fruitier reds.” These types of wines have the acidity to be refreshing