Michelle Anna Jordan Talk Show - KRCB 91 FM - 2014
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This evening on the 2nd of Feb 2014 the President of the Atlantic Seaboard Wine Association, Carl Brandhorst ( right) along with Vice President, David Barber ( left) are sitting in the studio of KRCB 91 FM radio station in Sonoma County for the Michele Anna Jordan talk show "Mouthful" to highlight wines from the recent ASWA wine competition held in July 2013.
At the beginning of Michele Anna Jordan's radio talk show "Mouthful", Michele talks with the ASWA Team, Carl Brandhorst, President,and David Barber, Vice President along with the first wine from Nassau Valley,DE waiting to be opened.
These are eight of the winning wines from the 9th Annual Atlantic Seaboard Wine Association wine competition held in July 2013 in Haymarket, VA. that were featured on the 2 Feb 2014 Michele Anna Jordan KRCB 91 FM radio talk show.
The Atlantic Seaboard Wine Association (ASWA) was invited again to be featured on the Michele Anna Jordan weekly radio talk show “Mouthful, The Wine Country’s Most Delicious Hour” on 2 February 2014.
Ms. Jordan writes three columns on food and wine for the Santa Rosa Press Democrat newspaper. She is the author of three books on wine and food and was the food critic for the San Francisco Chronicle for 15 years. Her talk show was been on the air since 1995. All performances can be heard on PODCASTS at ITUNES or at www.krcb.org.
The Association was represented by its President, Carl Brandhorst, its Vice President David Barber and its West Coast Representative, Ms. Anne Vercelli of Healdsburg, CA. This was the fifth year the Association was on the show and this time, at Michele Anna Jordon’s request, ASWA highlighted eight award winning wines from the 9th annual wine competition. The competition highlights east coast wines from 17 states from Maine to Florida. The grapes must be grown and vinified within those 17 states in order to qualify for the competition.
Michele Anna Jordan at the end of the show invited ASWA back next year (2015) with some of the competition’s winning wines from the 10th annual wine competition.
The wines featured on the 2 February 2014 show from the ASWA 9th annual wine competition held in July 2013 in Haymarket, VA were the following:
NASSAU VALLEY VYDS
INDIAN RIVER RED (MERLOT 73%, CAB SAV 27%)(BRONZE)
BULL FROG SYMPHONY (MERLOT 55%, CAB SAV 5%, PETIT VERDOT 27%, CHAMBOURCIN 6%, CAB FRANC 4%, ZIN3%)(SILVER)
868 ESTATE WINERY
MERITAGE (CAB FRANC 88%, CAB SAV 12%) (GOLD)
SUNSET HILLS VYDS
CAB FRANC (GOLD)
TUG HILL WINERY
SEMI-DRY, 43 DEGREES LAT RED (93% MARQUETTE, 7% LEMBERGER)(SILVER)
Sunset Hills winery in Purcellville, Loudon County, northern Virginia won a gold for their 2012 Cabernet Franc in the recent Atlantic Seaboard Wine Association wine competition which focuses on wines grown and bottled on the Atlantic seaboard from Maine to Florida.. Sunset Hills opened in 2008 in a 130 year old farm barn and have been producing award winning wines since. The owners are Mike and Diana Canney and the wine-maker is Nate Walsh.
Wolf Mountain winery is located in Dahlonega, GA just northwest of Atlantic in the foothills of the southern Appalachian mountains. The vineyards are at about 1,800 foot evaluation. The winery produces about 5,000 cases of a wide range of wines from sparkling to red. Their 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon won a silver in the recent ASWA 9th annual wine competition. It is truely a family affair with all members participating from hospitality to wine-making. They have won many awards for their wines and are an example of the quality wines that can be produced in Georgia.
Nassau Valley winery was founded in 1987 by Peggy Raley and her father and was the first winery in Delaware. Peggy drafted legislation and lobbied for the state's farm winery act which was passed in 1991. Nassau then opened for business in 1993. They are located in Lewes, DE. The grow a portion of their grapes, but also source some from near-by states. Their Indian River Red won a bronze in the recent ASWA 9th annual wine competition.