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Like Pantene, Herbal Essences’ conditioners are varietal as well.
Zhang led me to a banquet room where four bottles had been set out: a Chardonnay, a rosé, a Cabernet Sauvignon, and a blend of Cabernet, Merlot, and Cabernet Gernischt (a name used in China for the varietal Carménère).
From the Colchagua Valley, this 100 percent varietal offered lip-smacking acidity plus bright red and blue fruits, herbs and green pepper that had a roasted, caramelized quality.
Blueberry, blackberry, herbs, tobacco, black pepper and smoke were all present in this 100 percent varietal from the Colchagua Valley.
Blackberry and herbs led to a mocha finish in this 100 percent varietal aged in both French and American oak barrels.
Use a lot of one varietal Commissary, in LA, looks like a sprawling greenhouse.
On the other hand, for a quarter of a century Overlook has been delivering a reliably clear and balanced take on the varietal at reasonable prices.
Friday Aug. 25: Colonial Wine & Beverage will hold a Domaine de la Terre Rouge Wine Dinner 7-9:30 p.m. The winery's small-production Rhone varietal wines will be featured.
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- Brothers Ross and Bill Spence established Matua in 1973 and were the first to bottle Sauvignon Blanc in New Zealand. Today, the winery produces a range of varietals at varying price points.
- —Alison Napjus
- Zinfandel works as a stand-alone, 100-percent varietal wine and also lends itself to blending.
- —James Laube
- The grape, which produces lush fruit flavors of boysenberry and blackberry, along with vibrant acidity, it is without question Argentina's lead varietal.
- —James Molesworth
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