7/11/2009

Hottest Wine Whore

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The Wine Whore gets even HOTTER!!!


'The Wine Whore' is looking for the top ten hottest Wine Whores! Use the comment form below to nominate your favorite member of the wine industry. Don't delay! Nominations will be compiled and voted on starting Saturday, July 18.

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20 comments:

Anonymous said...

I visited Oregon wine country - Willamette Valley wineries as well as the Columbia Gorge area. Two in particular stand out - Wy'East and Pleasant Valley - both in the Hood River area.

Yvette Taylor
Stockbridge, GA

Anonymous said...

James and Poppie Mantone of Syncline Wine Cellars.

Anonymous said...

The Wine Guru in michigan. He has been a real advocate for the area winemakers, and has helped a lot of folks here, including my wife and I, get better acquainted with the local juice. And he's not even from these parts...he's a Bayou Boy

Ben said...

All the folks at Chateau des Charmes in Niagara.

WhoLovesWine said...

It has to be the Single Vineyard Wines of Nickel & Nickel.

Anonymous said...

Bruce McGuire-Santa Barbara Winery

Joeshico said...

I am recently falling in love with Finger Lakes wines, especially some fantastic reds, but if pressed to pick an all time favorite, I have to go with Italian winemaker Antinori. In every price range from the 'Santa Christina' and 'Toscana Chiant Classico' to their Super Tuscans 'Tignanello' and 'Solaia,' no one does it better.

Anonymous said...

David O'rRilly from Owen Roe is good

Anonymous said...

Celia( Masyczek ) Welch
Dave Phinney
Phillipe Melka

Joan said...

Fave is still Mike Grgich 80+ and still going strong - must be the good grapes!

The Wine Whore said...

I'm not afraid to admit that Mike has some killer grapes! ;)

Cheers!

Anonymous said...

Wine industry or winemaker? Brain Larkey of Dalla Terra imports one of the best collections of fine Italian wine.

Anonymous said...

M'hudi or Seven Sisters

jFLASHj said...

Of the wine makers that I have actually met.
Kris Curran is still at the top of my pack.
She is funny - She is passionate - She is a bit in your face.

Kort said...

Hah! I'm going to be very surprised if you get even two commenters to agree on one person. :')

Realizing that, my vote would go to new owners of Central Florida's Henscratch Farms, Drew Jones and Brooke Bundy. They took over the winery (after the previous owner had to sell it) to keep the place going, uprooting from Georgia to do so. For them, it is truly a labor of love. http://www.henscratchfarms.com/winery.htm

Anonymous said...

http://www.maltus.com/#/jcp-maltus-vigneron-and-winemaker he is my favorite winemaker... perfect

Anonymous said...

Jonathan Maltus http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oP1YdjRqSUU

Anonymous said...

Michel Rolland, Nils & Kirk Venge

Anonymous said...

M'hudi or Seven Sisters

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