Archive | July, 2009

Our Premier Wine Club

Osprey’s new wine club has gotten off the ground nicely, and we have been listening to suggestions from members. By popular demand, we are expanding our Wine Club to offer everyone the choice of receiving their club selection either as a Winemaker’s select mix, or all reds, or all whites. Members will be given the […]

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Summer New Releases at Osprey’s

2006 Cabernet Sauvignon: Our Cabernet Sauvignon is blended with Merlot to add suppleness and breadth to the palate. Aromas and flavors of chocolate, raspberry and black cherry overlay a smooth and velvety texture. 2006 Merlot: Osprey’s Dominion Merlot offers classic dark plum aromas with blackberry preserves, sweet cedar, smoke and vanilla. And while the nose […]

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Private Wine Labels

For Any Occasion or Just For Fun! We have improved our capabilities to provide private labels for any occasion, or just for fun. Besides labels for special occasions in larger quantities, we also are able to print, label and ship wine in smaller quantities ‘just for fun’. You supply the picture by email, and we […]

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Most Expensive Wines of All Time

Wine is an alcoholic beverage made from the fermentation of unmodified grape juice. The natural chemical balance of grapes is such that they ferment without the addition of sugars, acids, enzymes or other nutrients. Wine making has been around for centuries and wine collections can be worth millions of dollars. At auction one bottle was […]

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The Best Sangria Wine Recipe Ever!

Sangria is a favorite for parties, particularly in summer months. It is popular in Spain, Portugal and Mexico, and is a crowd pleaser, and doesn’t take much time to make. This recipe is quite simply the best Sangria recipe ever. If you are expecting a crowd, you can simple double the recipe. You will need […]

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10 Gadgets for Wine Geeks

For all the sophistication of serious wine appreciation, there’s something pretty geeky about it. The whole collecting aspect of it, not to mention all that time spent with a bottle in your hand and so very little attention to getting hammered, kind of brings out the geek in anyone who gets into it. That said, […]

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Wine Q&A

Q & A Part I (answers below) 1. How many acres are planted to grapes worldwide? 2. Among the world’s fruit crops, where do wine grapes rank in number of acres planted? 3. How many countries import California wines? 4. What was the primary fruit crop in Napa Valley during the 1940’s? 5. How many […]

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