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Tagged With: Linden Vineyards

Vampire Danger at Wineries Rated High Due to Dark Cellars Full of Folks Who Don’t Smell Like Garlic

Let’s start with another apology about our unexpected summer hiatus.  It’s been a long summer for us, and unfortunately, wine has played very little part in it.  Given that, we haven’t had a ton to talk about.  What we have had to talk about hasn’t been particularly inspiring to write about since we’d basically be … Continue reading »

Categories: Fauquier County Wine Trail, Linden Vineyards, Vineyard/Winery | Tags: , , , , , , | 4 Comments

Bloggers Resolve Not to React to Fauquier Bombshells Like Joe Pesci with Sandy Cheeks

We weren’t the only ones frustrated by the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors’ decision last week, and we also weren’t the only ones frustrated and baffled by Jim Law’s bombshell at the meeting. We’ve taken a little heat for our position so I wanted to clarify how, going forward, we’ll be approaching doing business in … Continue reading »

Categories: Linden Vineyards, Opinions I Haz Them, Wine Politics | Tags: , , , | 25 Comments

Local Winemaker Creates New Standard for Science Curriculum: Promise Great Wine at the End and People Will Happily Stand in Dew-Soaked Grass and Learn About Botany

Since it’s been so long since Taste Camp, I seriously considered not returning to my posts on our experiences, but since the weekend ended with a visit to Linden Vineyards and time talking with owner/winemaker Jim Law, I decided to get over my feelings of embarrassment for my slacker blogger ways and share some of what I learned. … Continue reading »

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Winemaker Shocks World with Revelation: Microclimate Change is Global Warming for Gnomes

During TasteCamp, we got to spend time in 4 different vineyards.  We started Saturday with Doug Fabbioli in his vineyard at Fabbioli Cellars, moved to Tarara Winery where Jordan took us to the Nevaeh Vineyard, spent Saturday afternoon with Ben Renshaw, owner/winemaker at 8 Chains North, at Tranquility Vineyard, and ended the VA wine filled … Continue reading »

Categories: 8 Chains North, Fabbioli Cellars, Linden Vineyards, Otium Cellars, Tarara Winery, Taste Camp, Vineyard/Winery | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

PETA Pleased as Bloggers Prove VA Wine Make Vegetarian Food Okay

The first Virginia wines we really bought with the intention of trying to age them were from Linden Vineyards.  Given that we’re fairly new to this whole cellaring wines at home thing, we don’t have a ton of old bottles.  Our aged bottled are often from 2007, which signals when we really started trying to … Continue reading »

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Mad Scientist Mates American Bison with Fruity Pencil Shavings

When our lives are under control and we’re focused on living healthy lives, we menu plan every week so that we always know what we’ll be eating for our meals during the week.  Lately I don’t think anyone could say we’ve been poster children for a healthy lifestyle, and our work lives have been so … Continue reading »

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Virginia Winery Creates Seyval Homage to Fat Albert, Calls It “Hay Hay Hay”

All wine drinkers have favorite grapes and favorite blends.  That also means they have less favored grapes.  One of the grapes that I’ve found myself struggling with over the past year or so has been seyval blanc.  This grape was never one of my favorites, but I didn’t typically react in a negative way to … Continue reading »

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Off To See The Wizard

We’d been visiting Virginia wineries and drinking local for a number of years before starting this blog.  The former owner of one of our local wine shops strongly recommended that we visit Linden Vineyards when he learned of our penchant for drinking local.  He wasn’t a huge advocate of VA wines, but he always had … Continue reading »

Categories: Fauquier County Wine Trail, Linden Vineyards, Wine Review | Tags: , , , , , , , | 18 Comments

20 Reasons My Wine Region’s Better Than Yours: VA Wine Diva

A while back, Jordan Harris, winemaker at Tarara challenged us, and other Virginia wine bloggers, to list our top 20 Virginia wines.  He was curious not because e wanted to see how many Tarara wines made the list, but because he was interested to see what characteristics seem to be appealing to people.  It took … Continue reading »

Categories: Boxwood Winery, Breaux Vineyards, Chrysalis Vineyards, Delaplane Cellars, Glen Manor Vineyards, Gray Ghost Vineyards, Hiddencroft Vineyards, Hume Vineyards, Jefferson Vineyards, Linden Vineyards, Lovingston Winery, Pollak Vineyards, Rappahannock Cellars, Thibaut-Janisson Winery, Veritas Vineyards, Wine Review | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 14 Comments

Hardscrabble Vineyard, but Easy to Drink

Linden Vineyards is one of the handful of places in Virginia where we’ll buy a wine with out tasting it first.  Because of this, we have a number of Linden bottle in our racks that we have no specific impressions of.  That never stops us from reaching for a bottle when we’re just in a … Continue reading »

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It was an “I need a good wine” night

Most evenings at chez snark involve an open bottle of wine.  Sometimes it’s a bottle of wine that’s been open for a few days that we’ll have a glass from just because it’s open.  Other times it involves a carefully planned food and wine pairing that we’re really excited to try.  Recently, I came home … Continue reading »

Categories: Linden Vineyards, Wine Review | Tags: , , , , , | 6 Comments

A Wine That Stands The Test of Time

Given my title, I bet you’re expecting to hear about a red that we’ve been aging for a number of years and recently opened.  You’d be wrong.  I’m talking about a white wine that we opened and left in the fridge for 4 days before finishing.  This was not a planned experiment – it’s just … Continue reading »

Categories: Century Club, Linden Vineyards, Wine Review | Tags: , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Well that didn’t work….

When we were at Aspen Dale, we were intrigued by the pairing of their sauvignon blanc with white chocolate.  It worked surprising well (in a mind-blowing, confusing kind of way), so we picked up a bottle so that we could try this with our friends and a nice white chocolate dessert.  This past weekend gave … Continue reading »

Categories: Aspen Dale Winery at the Barn, food and wine, Glen Manor Vineyards, Linden Vineyards, Wine Review | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

A Blended Wine for a Mixed-up Meal

I was in Charlottesville for a meeting recently.  Any time I’m in c-ville, I try to eat at Revolutionary Soup.  This time, I took home some Spicy Senegalese Peanut Tofu Soup to be part of a make shift dinner along assorted Mexican food items from the prepared food counter at Whole Foods.  I immediately started … Continue reading »

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Not a Hard(scrabble) Wine to Drink

Regular readers know that we’re big fans of Jim Law and Linden Vineyards.  While we’ve enjoyed every Linden wine we’ve ever had, we’re huge fans of the Hardscrabble chardonnay (’07).  We enjoy a lot of different wines depending on our mood, our food, etc., but this is one I consistently think of as my favorite … Continue reading »

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