They're pouring Votre Sante, a 100 percent Chardonnay, a second wine to the main brand. I'm more of an ABC drinker, and this doesn't win me over.
Thought it was going to be all Oregon wines, but I guess not.
Different ceramic pastes and a range of selective alterations and contaminations, affected by variable firing temperatures and burial environment, were shown to be responsible for the compositional variability.
They also make these incredible "experiemental" wines, especially their Pinot Gris wines.
The Oregon winery sources fruit for this wine from the Dundee AVA of Oregon. This is one of the best Pinot Gris wines here at the conference. Lynn Penneer-Ash makes the wine; that's why I like it as I am a big fan of Penner-Ash wines. This is the first winery I visited on the pre-conference tour. Loved their Gruner, and I'm on waiting list for when it is released later this year.
The samples were characterized by a combination of techniques providing information on the chemistry, mineralogy and microstructure of the ceramic body.
Although the scope of this project was limited, it illustrates that potential for wildland fire to negatively impact the validity of use TL techniques to date sherd from surface contexts where wildland fires have occurring in the recent or distant past.
Ten wineries showed up to pour, trying to convince us that their wines are blog-worthy all in five minutes.
Not bad for , but you have to get it at the winery.
There's petrol and flowers on the nose and it is super dry with lots of citrus.
More flinty minerality in the bouquet, with white flowers too.
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Pottery from the Late Minoan IA kiln excavated at Kommos, Crete was analysed in order to produce a reference group in this important area of Minoan ceramic production.
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