Posts Tagged "Wine tasting"

Is There Butter in My Wine?

Posted by on Jun 1, 2016 in Blog | 3 comments

Is There Butter in My Wine?

If you have spent time around people who drink a lot of wine (or maybe you have been hanging out with our winemaker, Milan) you have heard them describe the wine with terms like “citrus notes,” “buttery,” “cherry,” “baking spices,” etc. (And those are commonly used terms. Some wine descriptors can be downright crazy: rubber hose, barnyard, dirt, grandma’s purse, and more.) When people hear others describe wine using terms like these, they often have a couple of questions: Do winemakers add cherry to wine to make it taste like cherry?...

Read More

From Wine Newbie to Wine Connoisseur

Posted by on Dec 11, 2012 in Blog | 2 comments

From Wine Newbie to Wine Connoisseur

At Harvest Ridge, we want you to relax and enjoy. Wine is meant to be enjoyed; it is meant to be fun! We love wine and love learning about it. We do our best to provide information to help YOU enjoy it more. Our blog postings will often focus on informational elements about wine. We hope you find these interesting (and/or entertaining). We encourage you to try new things and experiment with wine; however, ultimately, what you like is what you like. There is no “wrong” with wine. So all that said, here are OUR Top 10 Wine Tips (a la David Letterman)! 10. Don’t judge a wine by its label – or...

Read More