Chateau L’Ermitage 2012 “Sainte Cecile” Costieres de Nimes White

Chateau L’Ermitage is the classical type of French winery. Nothing exciting except the wines they produce. For the past thirty years, Michel and Jérôme Castillon have owned the winery and made the wine.  Their vineyards span 80 hectares through the Nimes region,...

Barrel 27 2010 High on the Hog White

Tucked between a self storage park and a recycling plant in a correlated office park in Central California sits this winery. Looks can be deceiving, as this is actually a side project of the stellar winemaker McPrice Myers, known for his self-named label. Then again,...

Viognier Review: Angoves 2009 Nine Vines from Australia

A Viognier review from Epikur Magazine. Hands down, this is the bargain sipper of the moment. Angoves is one of the oldest wineries in Australia, dating back to 1892, and is still family owned. The “Nine Vines” label is their value line.