Tasting Favorites

Wine Tasting Favorites features articles description the favorite wines from the Sonoma State University Winesense Club as well as in-class tastings. The majority of the articles are contributed by wine business majors and campus club officers.

Toasting Trione Winery at Over 100 Years in Sonoma County

Russian River Vineyards – A Winery with an 1890

Historic Farmhouse Restaurant and Organic Food Garden

Larson Family Winer- A Tale of Rodeos, Race Horses and $4 Million Dollars

Kenwood Kicks Off SSU Wine Sense Club Meeting

Swimming Pools and a Wine Wonderland- A Delightful Tasting with Francis Ford Coppola Winery

Duckhorn Winery Explains Waterfowl Theme to SSU Millenials

SSU Millennials Wowed by the Flash and Fun of Buena Vista Wines

 SSU Wine Sense Club Welcomes Korbel- The Oldest California Champagne Cellar Dating from 1882

 Keller Estate and Muscardini Cellars Join SSU in Ugly Holiday Sweater Wine Tasting

 A Glimpse into the Life of Bordeaux Buff Dewey Markham

 A Tasting with Boutique Wineries Three sticks and Hamel Family Vineyards

 Enriching Wine Tasting with La Crema and Murphy Goode Wineries

 Raving about Rare Cat Wines at SSU WineSense Meeting

 Passing Around Passaggio Wines at SSU WineSense Meeting

 SSU Wine Grads Start SommSelect and Conduct Wine Tasting at Alma Mater

Kicking Off with Kenwood Winery- First Fall 2015 Tasting of SSU Wine Sense Club

The Innovative Wines of Delicato Family Vineyards

Which Do You Prefer? Dry Creek Valley AVA or Alexander Valley AVA

Paul Hobbs Pinot Noir and Sbragia Cabernet Sauvignon Tie as Top Favorites in Classic Red Tasting

Sparkling Wine, Port & Chocolate Truffle Tasting with Mumm and Sonoma Portworks

Chateau Montelena Sauvignon Blanc Voted Favorite in SSU Tasting of Classic White Grapes

Matanzas Creek and VJB Cellars Kick Off Spring 2015 Tasting at SSU WinSense Club

Holiday Wines with Freemark Abbey

Ian Cauble, MS Returns to SSU with Brandon Carneiro to Shar SommSelect

SSU WineSense Salutes Duckhorn Vineyards and Larson Family Wineries

Dewey Markham Guides SSU Millennials in a Bordeaux Wine Tasting

SSU Students Agree that Gloria Ferrer 2006 Royal Cuvee is Fit for Royalty

Tasting Wine History- Chateau Montelena and Seghesio Featured at SSU WinSense Club

SSU Students Love Turley and Miraflores Zinfandels at ZAP Tasting

Schug Winery Kicks Off SSU Wine Sense Club Tasting for Fall 2013

Two of the “Grand Cru” Wineries of Sonoma County Pour at SSU

Hook & Ladder and Delicato Delight Millennials- Liz Rice, SSU Grad Gives Advice on International Wine Sales

Chalk Hill and Williamson Winery Kick Off First SSU WineSense Tasting of Semester

Balletto and DeLoach Wineries Celebrate the Pinot Noir Harvest with SSU Millennials

Kenwood and Valley of the Moon Winemakers Entertain SSU Millennials with Varietal Showdown

Benziger Winery Provides “How to Taste” Seminar to SSU Millennials

A Tasting of the 20 Top Wines in the Beijing Market  

Wine Galore! Five Wineries Pour for SSU Millennials- Silver Oak, Twomey Cellars, Corkscrew, Azari Vineyard and Dutcher Crossing

What are Favorite Argentina Wines of SSU Millennials?

B.R. Cohn and Shone Farm Shine With Millennials

Blind Wine Tasting Battle with SSU Students and Quivera Winery

An Intimate Tasting with Schweiger and Bouchaine Estate Wineries

Millennials Toast Toad Hollow Winery

Holiday Wines Millennials Love- Thanks to KJ, Mazzocco, deLorimier, Stryker and Selby Wineries

Williamson Winery Wows Millennials

White Burgundy and Non-ML Chardonnay Top Scoring Wines at Millennial Tasting

What Type of Sparkling Wine Do Millennials Prefer? Korbel and Gloria-Ferrer Help Answer the Question

Ridge and Topel Wineries Wow Millennials with Beg Red

Millennials Prefer Semi-Sweet White Wines

Sold-Out Tasting for Flowers Winery & Petaluma Gap’s Clary Ranch

Larson Family Winery Highlights Big Spice Cabs and Sweet Gewurztraminers  

Holiday Ports Paired with Desserts- Trentadue Winery

Artesa and Karyl Wineries Thrill with Big Red

The 5 Great Varietals- Tastings by Stryker Winery

Lake County Wines Delight with Unique Varietals

Professor Picks: Harvest Fair Gold Medal Wines Less than $16

Chateau St. Jean’s Chardonnay and Gewurztraminer Win Top Votes from Millennials

Peterson and Nicholson Ranch Wineries Wow Millennials with Sonoma Varietals

Arista Winery Arouses Respect for Russian River Pinot Noir and Anderson Valley Gewurztraminer

Blackstone and Ravenswood Delight Millennials

Flowers and Ledson Top Picks for Millennial Red Wine Tasting

Millennials Pick Top Wines for Spring: Rombauer & Husch

Iron Horse Wines Sparkle with Millennials

Millennials Love Pinot Noir from Anderson Valley’s Navarro Winery

Michel Schlumberger Wines Rock at SSU

SSU Wine Club Starts the Semester with Sebastiani Wines

Professor Picks- Refreshing Summer Wines by the Pool

Matching Music & Wine- What Music Makes Your Wine Taste Better?

Millennials Add Salt to Their- Experimenting with the Flavors and Chateau St. Jean Wines

Carol Shelton’s Tawny Monga- A Winner

Top 3 Wine Clubs in Napa/Sonoma- Best Picks by Millennials

Merlot Tenderness with Twomey

SSU Wine Club Tastes JAQK Cellars

BUS 305W- New Napa Winery Wins

BUS 305W Favorite White Wines

Wine Club’s Favorite Valentine Wine

Favorite California Dessert Wines for the Holidays

Top Scoring Zinfandels from Sonoma’s Dry Creek Valley

Top Scoring Pinot Noirs Between $10 and $20

Favorite Aromatic White Wines  

 

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3 Responses to Tasting Favorites

  1. Pingback: WTG Video Blog # 1 - about tasting & Dalton Sauvignon Blanc | Wine Tasting Guy

  2. Eric Walter Kritz says:

    Not clear on this organization: membership and/or tastings open only to SSU students? Or only to those in age range 21-33? Hell, I’m 67! If only open to SSU students, does “membership” in LLI count, or simply taking an extension course (Open University)?? Kindly clarify, sounds like a great group. Thanks.

    • lizthach says:

      Eric,

      Thanks for your message and interest. Currently this is for SSU Students, including extension course. Hope this helps. LIz

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