Jan 3, 2014

The WW's of 2013

While not a top 10 wines or top 50 wines or really a top anything, the following list of wines were the ones we drank at home by choice. They are not necessarily the best at anything but the one thing all these wines have in common is they were good, and good value. These were all nice wines that drank well, were inexpensive, and we chose to open them with our meals. The key thing here is that they were purchased wines that were chosen to drink on any weeknight. Not only that, but these wines were the ones out of about 350 plus bottles of wine consumed (hey there are two consuming) that we actually took the time to write about. So without any more wasted words, here are the #WW (weekly winners) of 2013.

Wine reviews,

WW_10  D'Art Winery in Lodi, California

WW_11  Shale Oak Winery in Paso Robles, California

WW_12  J. Lohr Vineyards in Paso Robles, California

WW_13  Convergence Vineyards in Amador County, California

WW_14  Yalumba in the Barossa Valley, South Australia

WW_15  Irie Wines in Monterey County, California

WW_16  Sycamore Creek Vineyards in Santa Clara, California

WW_17  Manzoni Estate Vineyards in Monterey County, California

WW_18  Sarah's Vineyard in Santa Clara, California

WW_19  Sycamore Cellars in Monterey County, California

WW_20  Wrath Vineyards in Monterey County, California

WW_21  Dawn's Dream Winery in Carmel Valley, California

WW_22  Joyce Vineyards in Carmel Valley, California

WW_23  Satori in Santa Clara, California

WW_24  Rutherford Hill in Napa Valley, California

WW_25  Peoples Wine Revolution, Napa Valley, California

WW_26  Morgan Winery Carmel Valley, California

WW_27 Elderton Wines in Barossa Valley, South Australia

WW_28  Jason Stephens in Santa Clara, California

Happy Wine Adventures,

Kiwi & Koala

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