Monthly Archives: March 2006

Residual Sugar in wine

Winemakers have used residual sugar to equal wine’s shortcomings for years. In Oregon, Pinot Gris is the "dry" wine that often contains enough residual sugar to add mouth-feel, but not enough to really perceive sweetness. Sugar levels are all over … Continue reading

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Is Oregon wine too expensive?

Oregon wine is too expensive, at least that was the perception I got while sitting in my lawyers office. I think he was referring to Pinot Noir specifically.  I had the feeling he still enjoyed Oregon wine despite the price, … Continue reading

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My mid week drinks…

After a hard day of laying out line posts for the last 2.5 acres of trellis, there is nothing like coming home to a great bottle of wine. But its mid week and hard to justify opening a bottle of … Continue reading

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