Grape Encounters Radio was very pleased to have you as a guest on our show. Yours is precisely the kind of story that our listeners look forward to each week.  Judging from our online traffic, the episode you appeared in (Episode #122) was very well received.
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We bottled our first 2011 vintage wine yesterday, the Elizabeth Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc. Great flavor, racy acidity and unmistakeable varietal character.  We fermented this year’s wine a bit dryer (0.2% RS) compared to the 2010 vintage (0.5% RS).

For those who have been following my new career critiquing the reliability of wine competitions, there is a new book out, A Toast to Bargain Wines, by George Taber, who writes about my work.  Chapter 4 is titled, “Are Gold Medals Worth Anything?

George is a rather famous author with his first book describing the 1976 Paris Tasting where the Americans topped the French.  His second book, To Cork or not to Cork, is a well documented tale describing the drama of Cork Taint.

Hello everyone. I hope you enjoy our new website.