VOLUME 10, ISSUE 2
December 22, 2014
ARTICLES IN THIS ISSUE:
2014 Pinot Noir All-Americans 2014 California Pinot Noir First Team All-Americans 2014 California Pinot Noir Second Team All-Americans 2014 California Pinot Noir Honorable Mention All-Americans 2014 California Value Priced Pinot Noir First Team All-Americans 2014 California Value Priced Honorable Mention All-Americans 2014 Oregon Pinot Noir First Team All-Americans 2014 Oregon Pinot Noir Second Team All-Americans 2014 Oregon Value Priced Pinot Noir First Team All-Americans 2014 Oregon Value Priced Pinot Noir Honorable Mention All-Americans 2014 California Chardonnay All-Americans 2014 California & Oregon Value Priced Chardonnay All-Americans First Encounters of Noteworthy Pinot Noir Producers in 2014 Winery of Year: White Rose Estate Best Wine Quotes of 2014 Happy Holidays!
Hood Wines in Southern Tasmnia features Wellington & Frogmore Creek Vineyard Andrew Hood is the man who has made more Tasmanian wine than anyone else, not necessarily in volume but certainly in number. Many small growers own a mere acre or two and seek Hood’s help to turn their precious berries into wine – award-winning wine. The story goes that at the annual Tasmanian Wine Show, although the prizes may go to individual producers, it’s Hood who makes most of the winning wines. His own label is Wellington, but a recent alignment with the organic Frogmore Creek has merged the making and marketing of the two, in addition to the value-for-money Roaring 40s label.
Articles About Wellington
2002 Wellington “Hoodster” Tasmania Pinot Noir
About 150 cases, $50. · Older wine flavors including raisin, nuts, and port. Reviewed March 23, 2008 ARTICLE »
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