This is the second post of the Wine Barn holiday wine tasting in Orlando. The picture below shows the tents where all the wine vendors were located. You can also see the cheese and charcuterie table in the front.
The two wines below are from two wineries that I visited this past summer. Seghesio is located in Healdsburg and Eberle winery is further south in Paso Robles. I have some pictures yet to post from the Eberle winery. I really like both of the wineries and the wines they are producing. Make sure to check them out.
The picture below shows some of the wines our friend Mary used to sell at her store Wine-oh's. I like the Boom Boom Syrah. I also enjoy the old vine red from lot number 53. This wine is made by Marietta Cellars located outside Geyserville, CA. This wine is so popular across the country that the winery no longer sells it on their website.
My favorite wine of the three pictured below is the 2006 L'Ecole No 41 Apogee. The L'Ecole No 41 winery is located outside Walla Walla, Washington. This wine is produced from the Pepper Bridge Vineyard and has a spicy taste to it. What does Apogee mean? It is the point in the orbit of the moon that is at the greatest distance from the center of the earth.