Tag Archives: Bordeaux

Another Wine Blog named Top Wine Blog in Millésima 2014 Awards

Another Wine Blog has been named one of the Top 10 Wine News Blogs for 2014 by Millésima Fine Wines. A leading international fine wine merchant offering grand cru from Burgundy, the Bordeaux Grands Crus Classés and champagne to more than ...

Château Smith Haut Laffite Grand Cru Classé de Graves 2008

Deep red core with a lighter red rim in this luscious Bordeaux from Pessac-Léognan. Leathery cinnamon and cocoa on the nose. A mélange of succulent black fruit. Soft tannins create a silky smooth mouth feel.  Black cherry and mocha finish. Pair with ...

Bottlenotes in Houston: A Hip, Millennial Appeal

Around The World in 80 Sips™ hit Houston last week, featuring 80-plus wines from all over. Set in the Union Station Lobby at Minute Maid Park, the event brought young, professional wine enthusiasts together to taste some of the world’s ...

Around the World in 80 Sips Comes to Houston!

An exciting wine event hits Houston Friday, July 12, 2013 in the Union Station Lobby at Minute Maid Park. Bottlenotes is hosting Around The World in 80 Sips™! Around The World in 80 Sips™ is a series of public events attended ...

AWB Launches First Fridays!

You may notice we haven't been posting that often lately, me especially. Partly because it's just been tough. We have all sorts of wine stories in the queue; trips to Portland, Carlton, Italy, ZinFest and tons of reviews that ...

Wineries help raise $300k for Scholarships, Education

The Houston CPA Society raised $300,000 in funds for accounting scholarships and CPAs Helping in Schools programs at their 2011 Scholarship Extravaganza held this year at the Junior League of Houston. Co-chaired this year by Mark Lee and Susan Sample, Houston ...

Meritage

Along with Moët and Claret, Meritage is one of the most mispronounced wine words in America. Think "heritage" when saying it as that is one of the roots of the word. When I visited California last Fall, it seemed that every ...

When is a bottle of wine too old?

That is a good question that this article takes an interesting look at. From the article: The wine was a bottle of St. Estephe, a red Bordeaux, with a vintage date of 1895. Ya, I'd say that counts as interesting.