Toasters Wine List

Online Wine Tasting for Toast, Inc. team members

Dear Toasters,
Welcome to Virtual Wine Tasting for Toast Team Online Events!

This is a Bring Your Own Wine (BYOW) Online Tasting which means you can bring along any wine you want. In short I recommend wines that trigger your curiosity. I will take you through the method I use to taste a new wine, using a simple Sensory Analysis Procedure.

Wine Tasting is a very personal experience and you can do as you please however I’d suggest you try and give your wine selection a structure. Comparative tasting is the way I learn about wine. Observing two wines at the same time focusing on what is different and where applied what is common between them.

Terroir, pronounced “tehr-wahr”, is a French term that expresses the combination of soil, weather conditions and style of winegrowing and winemaking. These three elements bring a specific identity and a sense of place to the wine. A terroir can be spread as a region or be as specific as a small part of an estate.

I recommend choosing  wines from the same origin if you want to focus on what a region has to offer. Keep things simple and equal by picking from the same Country > region > county > village > winery. 

If you like a grape variety and you want to understand it better then choose the same single-variety wines but as diverse as possible. e.g. East coast vs West coast or New world vs Old world wine.

You may want to get a bit deeper into your glass and compare different wine styles like Oak-aged vs Young wine or Dry vs Semi-Dry.

Use the search box to find merchants that ship your choice to your location 

Dear Toasters,
I’ve put together a list of the wines that will be around our session on the 16th of February! 

 Please Help me complete this list! I will be updating this wine list every time someone lets me know of the wine they want to bring along on this tasting experience. With details about the wines and where to buy them. If you have any information that can help me complete my post feel free to pass them over...  

here is a wine list of what some Toasters are bringing on! 

90+ Cellars, Old Vine Malbec Mendoza

This wine was made from meticulously tended Malbec grapes grown on high-elevation, old vines in the Lujan de Cuyo region of Mendoza, in the foothills of the Andes.

Biltmore Estate American Pinot Noir

Medium-full bodied with a rich nose of raspberry and baking spices paired with notes of cranberry and black currant.

Biltmore Estate, North Carolina Merlot

Considered by its creators as an easy-going wine, mostly because of its silky texture and rich, yet approachable flavors. Aged in oak barrels, it is pleasantly dry with vanilla aromas, bold fruitiness, and light tannins.

Clos Henri, Marlboroug Sauvignon Blanc

“Our ultimate objective is to offer a wine that tells you the story of its origin, whispers he is not French but Marlborough and voices he is a craft from the specific Clos Henri terroir” says Arnaud Bourgeois, General Manager
Personal Favorite

Henri Bourgeois, Les Baronnes Sancerre

"Les Baronnes" is a wine that offers very fine aromas of white-fleshed fruit and citrus with a seductive intensity (subtle and powerful). This Sancerre is distinguished by its typicality and its high expression of Sauvignon Blanc.
Personal Favorite

Two Exciting wines from my country you may want to try

Tsiakkas Winery, Pitsilia Xynisteri

Xynisteri (also spelled xinisteri; Greek: ξυνιστέρι) is an indigenous white grape grown on the island of Cyprus.
Wine of Cyprus

Vouni-Panayia Winery, Barba Yiannis Maratheftiko

Maratheftiko is an ancient grape variety indigenous to Cyprus. It is grown in sparse quantities around the island. In the 1980s, with the revival of small boutique wineries in Cyprus this variety was rediscovered and its cultivation is slowly on the increase again, as it offers a distinctive character to local terroir wines.
Wine of Cyprus

Past Recommendations

Explore Wine-Searcher is the place to go online if you want to find where to buy a particular wine that interests you. Furthermore, magazine offers so much more. It’s well worth a visit just to discover its many features, including its unique simple guide to wine styles

WineMasters Class is a unique concept with a total of 48 episodes, with a new episode appearing every 2 weeks

California EP:2/48 – Learn about the bold Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa and Chardonnay from Sonoma and Zinfandel from the Sierra Foothills.


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