Domaines Barons de Rothschild Wines Review – Delightful, Refreshing, Enjoyable

AddThis Social Bookmark Button

Los Vascos Rosé, Sauvignon Blanc, and Chardonnay, three delightful vintages from the Domaines Baron de Rothschild Los Vascos winery in Chile, are perfectly paired with long sunny days, intimate gatherings, weekend getaways and summertime memories.

Known as the “Napa Valley of Chile,” the Colchagua Valley is one of South America's most promising wine regions and Domaines Baron de Rothschild Los Vascos, is a quality example of great wine from this exciting region.


Domaines Barons de Rothschild Wines – Delicious, Perfect For Holiday Parties and Gift Giving

Chilean-born and French-inspired, Los Vascos is the largest single property in the region and known for its fine Cabernet Sauvignon and Carmenere varieties. Acquired in 1988, the pioneering ambition of Domaines Baron de Rothschild in Chile was the result of extensive research into the potential of the region. A perfect blend of authentic Chilean wine.


Wine Uncorked: More than Just Sniff, Swirl, Sip

Los Vascos Sauvignon Blanc 2018

The Sauvignon Blanc grapes for the Los Vascos vintage are grown exclusively in the Casablanca Valley of Chile. The early frost and lingering colder temperatures. The aroma of citrus fruits can be easily discerned with notes of exotic fruits. For the untrained connoisseur indiscernible notes of lemongrass and lemon verbena present a unique blend resulting in a pure and dynamic flavor, refreshing the palette with a delightful finish.

Los Vascos Chardonnay

Los Vascos’s Chardonnay, a fresh, delicate wine with a harmonious fruity bouquet. The vineyard’s own Chardonnay grapes from Casablanca valley, further north between Santiago and Valparaiso. Flavorful, fresh and pleasant, this wine has an appealing character with a good length of fruit. The nose offers an explosion of aromas with notes of citrus, grapefruit, pineapple, melon, banana, and exotic fruit.


Summer’s Here and The Wine is Sparkling Rosé

This year’s Chardonnay has a shorter growing season due to a combination of early rains and higher than normal temperatures for a significant portion of the growing season. The early harvest did not effect, the quality of the vintage.

Los Vascos Rosé 2018

The Los Vasco’s Rose pale pink color catches the eye immediately, even before the vintage is decanted. A pleasant and easily discernible  strawberry scent is detectable. The first sip, enjoyable, lively, refreshing with a smooth creamy finish. The Rosé is best served young and chilled.


Armand de Brignac Champagne Review - Bubbling Over with Delight

Los Vascos Rosé, Sauvignon Blanc, and Chardonnay, delightful, refreshing, enjoyable Summertime Wines, are available online or at fine wine store everywhere.

Haute Tease

  • Celebrity Attorney Mark Geragos Joins National Family Law Trial Institute Faculty, Offering Advanced Cross-Examination Expertise

    AddThis Social Bookmark Button

    The National Family Law Trial Institute in Houston, Texas, today announced celebrity attorney Mark Geragos, will join its faculty in May 2016.  Geragos will teach Advanced Cross-Examination (May 21 - 22, and again onMay 23 - 24, 2016).  

  • Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation Review – Fun, Fast, A Four Star Thrill Ride

    AddThis Social Bookmark Button

    Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation, from Paramount Studios, Skydance and Bad Robot Productions, presents a fast action, roller coaster speed ride, full of fresh snappy dialogue, high tech gadgetry, thrills and chills, all in just over two, explosive packed, hours.

     
  • The Cuban Review – Delightful, A Testament to the Power of Music

    AddThis Social Bookmark Button

    The Cuban, from Brainstorm Media, brings to the screen a story on the power of music as it unlocks the memories of a failing mind, and for one moment allows the two to once again be joined.

     
  • Looking For a Good Pour: Hard Liquor Capitals Around The World

    AddThis Social Bookmark Button

    When it comes to alcohol consumption, people can get their fix in many ways. Between wine, beer and hard liquor, the various brands and types can seem endless. Given the long-standing history of alcohol, it’s no wonder people have been able to create so many varieties.

     
  • The Two Faces of January Review – An Exceptional, Superbly Acted, Classic Noir Drama

    AddThis Social Bookmark Button

    "The Two Faces of January," from Studio Canal, Working Title Films and Magnolia Pictures, presents a cat and mouse murder mystery filled with international intrigue, exotic locations, heightened suspense and a web that captures from the beginning.

     
  • Health, Wellness:Shocking Salads That Have More Calories Than a Big Mac

    AddThis Social Bookmark Button

    America is seeing a health revolution. Grocery stores are selling green juices instead of soda and many restaurant menus now flag "gluten free" or "healthier" options. And people looking to stay healthy typically opt for salads.

     
  • Kingsmen: Golden Circle Review – Unbridled Wild West Meets British Reserve

    AddThis Social Bookmark Button

    Kingsmen: Golden Circle, from 20th Century Fox Films and Marv Films, presents a brawling, roadhouse, wild west clash with suited British reserve for a cataclysmic explosion of gismo's, gadgets, big guns, trick roping, whiskey shooters and world class action.

     
  • Mom Charged in Newborn’s Homicide

    AddThis Social Bookmark Button

    Amanda Catherine Hein, 26, recently gave birth to a healthy baby boy in the bathroom of a local Bethlehem, Pennsylvania sports bar and promptly smothered him to death and stuffed his remains in the toilet tank.

     
  • Café Society Review – Woody Allen Hits a Four Star Homerun

    AddThis Social Bookmark Button

    Café Society, from Lionsgate and Amazon Studios, presents the newest film from quintessential New York director Woody Allen, who charms with a less neurotic and inviting bi-coastal look on The Golden Age, family, romance, love, choice and circumstance.

     
  • Beltway Insider: Obama Risks Population on Foreign Policy; Ebola, ISIS Gamble; Malala Shares Nobel

    AddThis Social Bookmark Button

    President Obama has moved swiftly to combat the spread of the Ebola virus meeting with homeland and national security advisors and presented a unified belief that the American medical infrastructure is strong and capable of handling the possible onslaught.

     
  • He Named Me Malala Review - Beautiful, Inspiring, Timely, Necessary

    AddThis Social Bookmark Button

    He Named Me Malala, from Fox Searchlight Pictures and Image Nation Abu Dhabi, presents a beautifully crafted auto biography of the youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner and the incredible journey that brought her to that place.

     
  • The Academy Announces Naming Of The David Geffen Theater

    AddThis Social Bookmark Button

    BEVERLY HILLS, CA – The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced today that it has received a $25 million commitment from The David Geffen Foundation for the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures. The gift was made as part of the Academy Museum's $300 million capital campaign and is the  largest commitment received to date. In recognition of this gift, the Academy will name the Museum's premiere-sized theater The David Geffen Theater.

     
  • People Exclusive: Inside the Leadership of the Word of Life Church: Is Tiffanie Irwin Running a Killer Cult

    AddThis Social Bookmark Button

    The residents of the sleepy hamlet of Chadwicks, New York, had long suspected there was something different about the Word of Life Christian Church – even before two teenage brothers were savagely beaten after over a dozen hours inside the church's sanctuary room, according to police.

     
  • Playing with Fire Review – A Rollicking, Laugh out Loud, Uproarious Good Time

    AddThis Social Bookmark Button

    Playing with Fire, from Paramount Pictures, Nickelodeon Media and Walden Media, brings to the screen a comedic drama that has the toughest smoke-jumpers totally unprepared for the toughest assignment they will ever face that of babysitters.

     
  • Beltway Insider: Trump’s Drug Crisis; Mueller/Russia; JFK Papers; Brexit Chief/Sex Scandal; Spain/Catalonia; Somalia

    AddThis Social Bookmark Button

    President Trump determined to find the pulp of the American people and legislators presented this week his findings in a presidential memorandum which addresses one of the most widely known secrets in our society currently: the Opioid Epidemic.