Category Archives: #WorldWineDay

July 2018 Wine Reviews – James Melendez

Here are the wines I tasted this July and the notes and scores for each. I tasted wines from Oregon, Washington, Argentina, and California in this review cycle. Here are a collections of wines I tasted during July. Cathedral Ridge … Continue reading

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There are Simply Too Many Wine ‘Days’ – James Melendez

There are simply too many wine days–the wine days I speak of days marking Tempranillo, Cabernet, Sauvignon Blanc, Zinfandel etc.  I am pro wine and for wine promotion.  I am for all of the organising bodies who have developed each … Continue reading

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World Wide Wine Day – 1-July-2015 – To Celebrate All Varieties – James Melendez / James the Wine Guy

  I am in favour of all wine variety days.  While I think many groups want to represent their flagship wine varieties.  I think there have been so many in the past half decade.  I do think that because there … Continue reading

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Kabaj Goriška Brda Rebula – 2007 – 9.2 – James Melendez

This wine a rebula with a cause is expressive; deeply golden in color — a varietal that is found in neighbouring Italy and known as Ribolla Gialla.  Very dry–low alcohol and high acid.  A very nice example of Rebula and … Continue reading

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#WWW World Wide Wine Day – What Day Would That Be? -James Melendez

A World Wine Wine Day is certainly something that should be happening–after all there a day for almost every holiday, substance, anniversary, awareness building day—and my question is why not wine? It would be so nice to have a day … Continue reading

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