Monthly Archives: May 2010

The Original Wine of the Month Club president Paul Kalemkiarian interviews Winemaker Antonio Maçanita. Antonio has a Cinderella winemaking history…the wines are very good. And ladies, a handsome Portuguese winemaker with an accent?! Not sure if he is single.

 


It really is too much fun around here.  You know I taste a lot a junky wine.  If they planted and fermented it, they’re going to bottle it!

But we don’t have to take it! I won’t anymore…(Do I sound mad?).

Take a look at this video and look for a promo code at the end….you’ll get 10% off everything!

The most common question I get is, “What is your favorite wine?”  The second most common question is, “What do you do with all the wines that you like but don’t feature?” 

Why doesn’t anyone ask, “Paul, what do you do with the wines you don’t like?”   So I answered my own question right here.

 


Tasting the L510C Syrah / Cabernet Sauvignon, 2005 (Fusion). Opolo from Paso Robles, California. And the L510D Shiraz, 2007. Ondine from Darling, South Africa. And the L510E Chenin Blanc, 2008. Ondine from Darling, South Africa. And the L510F Pinot Gris, 2009. Torrent Bay from Nelson, New Zealand. Four of the the Wine of the Month Club Limited Series Wines from May 2010.

 

 

 

Tasting the V510E Pinot Noir, 2007. Claiborne and Churchill from Edna Valley, California. And the V510F Pedro Ximenez, 2009. Falernia from the Elqui Valley, Chile. And the V510G Cabernet Sauvignon, 2006. Sandholdt from Sonoma, California. And the V510H Chardonnay, 2009. Tall Timber from Western Australia. The four May 2010 Wine of the Month Club Vintners Series Wines.

 

 

 

Tasting the 510A  Zinfandel, 2008. Oak Grove from Paso Robles, California. And the 510B Grenache Rose, 2008. Mrs Wigley from Australia. And the 510C Cabernet Sauvignon, 2007. Domaine Laurier from California. And the 510D Chenin Blanc / Sauvignon Blanc, 2008. Westerland from Darling, South Africa. The May 2010 Wine of the Month Club Classic Series Wines.