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    The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...

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  • Thanks for the suggestions.  I've read a bit on the history of the winery, Masson and Lefranc and it is quite interesting but, unfortunately, it hasn't helped me place the "still-champagne".  I'm sure that there is an answer to my question in U.C. Davis' collection and I hope to check it out when next I travel north.  Thank you for that.As far a... Read More

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  • NG, I think you go past Mendocino County before you get to Andrew's ... ... one of these days--about as far north as winemaking goes in Cal Read More

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  • Good dry Brut (not the off dry version I had tonight) Champagne first choice. Flint dry Chablis second. Muscadet and dry Loire SB third. Graves SB/semillon blend 4th, picpoul de pinet 5th, Alsatian riesling 6th, Spanish and Portuguese whites next. Have even had pleasurably with dry chenin blanc, whether from Savennieres or South Africa. In Oz an... Read More

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  • "SS, way to give yourself away!"I thought Kris Kringle qualified all vendors worldwide, at least when he had to outsource (and I think even elven magic would find grape growing difficult at the North Pole)? Fortunately good that the Internet reaches that far...MA still have that 'package shop' BS going on? As far as 'curating' goes, that's a who... Read More

    Forum post in the topic invino, anybody use them?


  • So where was the Faiveley stored the last 10 years for its label to get like that? Doubtful it looked that way ex-winery.Leaves all turned in Wisconsin, I imagine. Maybe already snow further north? Love that area with the green in the summer.Regarding that 'slight' historical tangent, I had noted when the Coulee was planted, and started ruminati... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Burgundy, Barolo Dinner at...


  • Wildfires Threaten Wine Regions in California, PortugalWildfires are again ravaging California, threatening the vineyards and livelihoods of many in notable winegrowing regions. South of Carmel Valley, the Soberanes fire has been blazing since July 22, burning more than 79,000 acres. The fire is still only 60 percent contained, but has not threa... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wildfires in Cali & Portugal


  • Wow, that picture came out just a little bigger than I was expecting! lolGood to hear about some of the tradesfolk being on here.  (I think I may have met Larry Shaffer at one time, not sure.)  And while I may be able to answer some of the questions thrown out me there will be no doubt some that I won't. There are certainly a lot of misconceptio... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Have enology-related questions?


  • Okay, should be finishing up some things here, but just got an email from Mark Matthews, so I'm inspired to follow up here. At the end of the panel, which was moderated by an acquisitions editor from UC Press and consisted of Matthews and Sheridan Warrick, who just released the second edition of his book on home winemaking, the moderator asked h... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Was wondering if anyone's...


  • GdP, Jamie Wolff and I went up to Menaggio on our last day in Italy a couple years back. Stunning place.  They ought to try growing a little Riesling up there as well with the steep spots above the lake. I've had Codero di Montezemolo Monfalletto and it is a good Barolo, but I'm going to bet the Massolino is far the more age-worthy, and more tra... Read More

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  • D, not everything winds up on the internet, at least not via the usual mechanisms.  Being local can help.  Shiners, closeout specialists in the neighborhood, calls from friends, there's stuff that comes in small quantities with "secret" backstory even now.Okay, here are a couple that you won't find east of Reno (I think I used that before, and w... Read More

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