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Episode 119 – Tasting a Spanish Albariño & an Idaho Malbec from Huston Vineyards 

Episode 119 – Tasting a Spanish Albariño & an Idaho Malbec from Huston Vineyards  Episode 119 – Tasting a Spanish Albariño & an Idaho Malbec from Huston Vineyards 

In todays episode, Shelley and Phil brave the heat and taste a Spanish Albariño in honor of #InternationalAlbariñoDay and then work through a delicious #Malbec from Idaho’s Huston Vineyard. #HappyFriday! #ItsWineTime! #Cheersing #IdahoWine

Wines tasted this episode:

  • 2020 Lagar Da Condesa Albariño Rías Baixas ($19 at Terroir Fine Wine)
  • 2018 Huston Vineyards Malbec ($30 at Terroir Fine Wine)

For information on the Lagar Da Condesa Albariño Rías Baixas, please visit https://www.vivino.com/US/en/lagar-da-condesa-albarino-rias-baixas/w/1564535

For information on the Huston Vineyards Malbec, please visit https://hustonvineyards.com/wine-shop/malbec/Thanks to our sponsors: 3D Kitchens by Design & The Culinary Stone

Thanks to our sponsors: Terroir Fine Wine and The Social Web   

Terroir Fine Wine  If you’re looking for the most complete bottle shop in Coeur d’Alene, with quality wines from around the globe, Terroir Fine Wine is the place to go. Visit https://www.terroircda.com or simply call 208 660 9028.

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And of course, a HUGE thank you to Tod Hornby who wrote and recorded our official Wine Time Fridays theme music, which is ANYthing but average.  Please visit https://todhornby.com or contact him at 

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The Cuvée Collective Word of the Week – Barnyard

Surprisingly, a “barnyard” aroma is considered a good thing – by many wine aficionados, at least. It encapsulates a few scents, including leather, hay, bacon, and – yes – manure. First of all, don’t panic. There’s no poop in the wine. The odor comes from Brettanomyces, a wild yeast that is sometimes found on grape skins or in oak barrels that can make its way into wine. Some people – particularly those who grew up on a farm or have positive associations with horse stables – actually enjoy this flavor note.

For more information on Cuvée Collective and how they’re bringing the world of wine and NFT’s together into Web3, visit https://www.cuveecollective.com

Mentions: Pend d’Oreille Winery, Seis Soles, Adam O’Keefe, Andrew Evans, Gary Vaynerchuck.

Wines we enjoyed this week:  Cave B Caveman Red, Rutherford Ranch Chardonnay, Massican Vino Bianco, Elsom Cellars Grenache and Fanti Brunello di Montalcino.

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