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WineRelease.com's April 15, 2006 Monthly Newsletter


Greetings from WineRelease.com, now 1,091 winery listings strong!

Since I also publish QPRwines.com, a wine buying guide that groups the major critics' average wine ratings, then lists them by price to determine overall value - the Quality Price Ratio for wine, I will include a few wine values at different price levels in each issue of WineRelease.com and a discounted subscription price ($30 instead of $35).

Thanks to all who answered the Reader's Choice Napa Valley survey. Those who replied received the results a few weeks ago. Results are attached.


Please reply to the Reader's Choice Sonoma Valley survey if you haven't already. I will include results next month.


And now, on to the show...


May 2006 Wine Releases


WineRelease.com's Winery Newsletters and Mailing Lists Sign Up Page: Click here.


The following 35 winery information pages have been updated since 3/15/2006:
  • Ballentine Vineyards; United States: California: Napa Valley
  • Buccella; United States: California: Napa Valley
  • Caldwell Vineyard; United States: California: Napa Valley
  • Cantiga Wineworks; United States: California: El Dorado County
  • Cass Wines; United States: California: Central Coast: Paso Robles
  • Chateau Felice; United States: California: Sonoma County: Chalk Hill
  • Clos Du Val; United States: California: Napa Valley: Stags Leap
  • Core; United States: California: Santa Barbara County
  • Dover Canyon Winery; United States: California: Central Coast: Paso Robles
  • Forchini Vineyards & Winery; United States: California: Sonoma County: Dry Creek Valley
  • Fort Walla Walla Cellars; United States: Washington State
  • Frazier Winery; United States: California: Napa Valley
  • Gargiulo Vineyards; United States: California: Napa Valley: Oakville
  • Girard Winery; United States: California: Napa Valley
  • Hill Climber; United States: California: Napa Valley
  • Hug Cellars; United States: California: Central Coast
  • Ilona Wines; United States: California: Napa Valley: Howell Mountain
  • Jack William; United States: California: Sonoma County: Alexander Valley
  • Jaffurs Wine Cellars; United States: California: Santa Barbara County
  • Jericho Canyon Vineyard; United States: California: Napa Valley
  • Kendall-Jackson Vineyards ; United States: California: Sonoma County
  • Kinkead Ridge Vineyard and Winery; United States: Ohio
  • Lopez Island Vineyards; United States: Washington State: Yakima Valley
  • Monticello Vineyards; United States: California: Napa Valley
  • Nadeau Family Vintners; United States: California: Central Coast: Paso Robles
  • Neiman Cellars; United States: California: Napa Valley
  • Olson Ogden Wines; United States: California: Sonoma County
  • Ophir Wines; United States: California: Sierra Foothills
  • Owen-Sullivan Winery; United States: Washington State
  • Praxis Cellars; United States: California
  • Ritchie Creek Vineyard; United States: California: Napa Valley: Spring Mountain
  • Torii Mor Winery; United States: Oregon: Willamette Valley
  • Tudor Wines; United States: California: Monterey County
  • Unti Vineyards; United States: California: Sonoma County: Dry Creek Valley
  • Westbrook Wine Farm; United States: California: Sierra Foothills



  • QPRwines' Wine Values for 2000-2002 West Coast Cabernet Sauvignon.
    At the high end, the 2001 Hewitt, Rutherford Cabernet Sauvignon averages 94 points and at $75 it is 35% of the average $214 price for a similar scoring wine. At $35, the 2001 Arrowood, Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon averages 92 points and earns a 32% QPR. At $19, the 2002 Robert Mondavi, Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon averages 90 points and earns a 26% QPR. At the value end of $7 you can buy the 2001 or 2002 Columbia Crest, Columbia Valley Two Vines Cabernet Sauvignon or 2002 Covey Run, Washington Cabernet Sauvignon and all average 87 points and therefore earn a 19% Outstanding Value QPR.

    These six wines and 950 more are included in the QPRwines 2000-2003 West Coast Cabernet Sauvignon issue. Click here for a discounted subscription ($30 instead of $35 - discount applied on checkout page).


    Wine Site of Interest
    This issue's worthwhile wine site to visit is TheWineScout.com. (wine podcast). One of my college friends, Patricia Crowell, started The Wine Scout website. The Wine Scout is a wine-tasting travel resource that explores New York wine tasting regions with weekend wine trip ideas all within a podcast.



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    Till next time.


    Neil Monnens



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