Category: Cabernet Sauvignon

The Best Food and Wine Experiences Napa Valley Has to Offer?

Napa Valley view of vineyards

As you may know, the Vancouver International Wine Festival theme region is California, and the most well-known region within California is Napa Valley.  After you attend the Festival and taste some of the Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay that come from…

A Sneak Peek at the Wines of the International Wine Festival 2019

Louis M Martini Winery Lot 1 Cabernet Sauvignon Painted Rock Estate Winery Cabernet Franc and Altesino Brunello di Montalcino

The Vancouver International Wine Festival 2019 starts February 23.  A big part of the festival is attending the International Festival Tasting Room that has 160 wineries attending, pouring a total of 1450 wines.  How do you know which wineries you…

A Data Analytics View of MyWinePal’s Top Rated Wines for 2018

BC red wine word cloud for 2018

For the past few years, I have been posting my Top-Rated White, Sparkling, and Red wines for the current year of tasting.  This year I posted my Top-Rated wines for 2018.  My articles with ratings: MyWinePal Top 5 Star Rated…

Toast Hope Family Wines at VanWineFest 2019

Hope Family Wines logo

Hope Family Wines is family-run, and started in 1978 in the Paso Robles area of California.  They produce several wine labels you may recognize: Liberty School, Treana, Quest, Austin Hope, and Troublemaker.  Liberty School and Treana are the ones I…

Celebrate a Glass with Beaulieu Vineyard at VanWineFest 2019

Beaulieu Vineyard logo

Let’s welcome Beaulieu Vineyard to VanWineFest 2019.  I’ve enjoyed their wines for many years.  Let them tell you in their own words about their winery and the wines at VanWineFest. About Beaulieu Vineyard For more than 100 years, Beaulieu Vineyard…

McWatters Collection Meritage 2016: A Symphony in the Glass

Harry McWatters ENCORE CEO & President (credit Jeff Bassett)

The McWatters Collection of wines that I’ve tasted have always been top quality.  I reviewed the McWatters Collection Meritage 2013, and now the 2016 release.  It is quite interesting to me to see the similarities between both wines.  Harry McWatters only produces…