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The Wine Biz Blog by Ken Burridge

2014 Viñas Chilenas Reserva Sauvignon Blanc

2014 Viñas Chilenas Reserva Sauvignon Blanc

Viñas Chilenas Reserva Sauvignon Blanc 2014 Trader Joe’s A respectable Sauvignon Blanc from Chile’s Central Valley region especially for the price about 4 USD ($3 something in California), it is sold under the Trader Joe’s brand. One could easily have this for a nightly budget pre-dinner basis or good a 5 o’clock somewhere starter [Continue]

Everything But the Girl (Botta Box of Wine)

Everything But the Girl (Botta Box of Wine)

The Bota Box 2011 Merlot from Manteca California for me should really be renamed “Everything but the girl” box wine. What can I say except that stumbling into a great unassuming box of wine reminded me of days long ago when I first got what it was like to truly appreciate a good full-bodied red, [Continue]

Wine Art by Pam Fandrich

Wine Art by Pam Fandrich

Pamela Fandrich Bio: Pam was born and raised on a small country farm outside the town of Beulah, in western North Dakota. Her love of the outdoors was inspired her surroundings: Lake Sakakawea, the Badlands, and wildlife. Her mother strongly encouraged Pam in her early years to paint and draw. This influence of her parents [Continue]

Hungry for Hungarian Merlot?

Hungry for Hungarian Merlot?

If you haven’t sampled some of the Merlot coming out of Hungry now is a great time to try some before everyone discovers this awesome Merlot. Garamvari St Donatus estate Balatonboglari Merlot 2011 Semi-sweet Merlot worth buying a case and even having it now and I would laying some down and having a bottle or [Continue]

Wine Photography by Kenneth Burridge

Wine Photography by Kenneth Burridge

Sample Gallery from the Wine Stock Photo CD/DVD collection from Burridge Biz promotions Inquires for royalty free wine stock photo CDs can be made using the comment section below.     Green-Eco-EV News Reporting by Ken Green Burridge EV of the Year Judge, independent green journalist, photographer, author and sustainability activist that [Continue]

Box Wine–When More Really is More

Box Wine–When More Really is More

Box wine should be the most popular thing ever for those that like to cook with or drink wine on a daily or semi-regular basis. Typical box wine even if it is the same size of a bottle it will no doubt hold more volume, which is often important if your dealing with limited space. [Continue]

2011 Malbec from Bota Box

2011 Malbec from Bota Box

The 2011 Malbec from Bota Box gives more than a strong hint of blueberry and/or blackberry along with some very pleasant earthy tannins. This medium bodied wine pairs nicely with chicken and red meat (of course). Also of note about two cups worth really brought out the flavor in my last slow-cooked roast (over 12 [Continue]

The Buzz about Wine Ice Cream

The Buzz about Wine Ice Cream

Mercer’s Dairy in New York started selling wine ice cream in 2007. Here is the scoop on Wine Ice Cream from Mercer’s Dairy contains 5% alcohol and can be purchased in assorted wine flavors for about $7 a pint. “This will revolutionize break-ups and girls’ nights” according to Kerry one of my best drinking buddies [Continue]

Hardys Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve in a Box

Hardys Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve in a Box

Hardys Reserve “Cab Sav” in a box is easily the most consistently good box wine I’ve found while in Australia. I’ve tried a few other cask brands including some additional varieties from Hardy’s: Sharaz, Merlot and Sauvignon Blanc, but the Hardys Reserve “Cab Sav” keeps coming out on top.   Obligatory Description: Hardys Reserve [Continue]

Recycled Wine Cork Art

Recycled Wine Cork Art

Wine Cork Portraits by Scott Gundersen Recycled Art. 6134 nails 3621 Recycled Wine Corks See more at: www.facebook.com/scottgundersen.art Or once in a great while here: twitter.com/scottgundersen Curious about commissions or cork donation: gundersen.scott@gmail.com Watch the time-lapse video of Scott creating amazing art using wine corks. [Continue]

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