AWToday 08/08/08

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Jim Fortune

BellaOnline’s Editor
A Malbec for Everyone. Some people drink only reds. Other people will only drink white. I can honestly say that I used to be that way. Since becoming a wine editor, I have tried to get out of the red rut and broaden my wine horizons and try other things. I will go out on a limb here and make a prediction. Recently I found a Malbec that I can recommend to everyone…
http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art47731.asp/zzz
Style in the city
Calgary Herald – AB, Canada
«I know what I like and what I don’t like,» she says, adding Malbec is her new favourite. «You really have to work at your palate, and I kind of like to
New wine, Yakima’s fashionista and scooters
Yakima Herald-Republic – Yakima,WA,USA

(She’s a fan of the Malbec. Personally, the claret is my favorite, though I often hesitate to mention it to anyone in Seattle. There’s something kind of
Revolution by the glass: Does a freethinking vintner make
San Francisco Chronicle – CA, USA
High-profile buyers like former French Laundry wine director Paul Roberts (whose first winemaking attempt, a botrytized Malbec, sits in Schoener’s winery)

Wine Blogs

In the cold north, warming up with Argentine wine!
By Alejandrina

We’re a little vino-obsessed here at The Vines, but the truth is that there’s much more than world-class wine to draw you to Argentina. In this article K. Jill Rigby explores some of the best that Argentina has to offer: tango, fashion,

Vines of Mendoza Blog – http://www.vinesofmendoza.com/blog

Drink Up, Rich People. Wineboy’s Got Places To Be.
By Tom

Bodega Norton Reserva
Malbec 2005 Malbec is a blending grape in Bordeaux that adds color and tannic backbone. In Cahors it’s the source of the legendary «black wines,» knuckle-draggers that take years to calm down enough to drink.

Functional Ambivalent – http://functionalambivalent.typepad.com/blog/

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