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  • Pinot Noir

    “With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...

  • Furmint

    History of the grape: Exact details of Furmint’s origins are a bit murky. It is known that Hungarian King Bela IV ord...

  • Pinot Blanc

    History of the grape: Pinot Blanc was first grown in Burgundy and Champagne, France, and can be traced by some source...

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  • QUOTEI'm not sure your statement about most French wine regions are constrained to a single grape is correct, and I am refering only to AOC wines, here.  I know there are zillions (now, that's hyperbole) of AOCs in France, most of which I have no familiarity at all, but to my knowledge the only ones that have single grape restrictions are in Bur... Read More

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  • Not criticizing. Just saying that reading old world labels is not nearly as clear cut and dry as reading new world labels.Sorry, my bad. I completely misinterpreted your original post. I then started another lengthy epistle on some of your other statements, but then realized that I was getting wrapped around the axle regarding some silly things.... Read More

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  • Domaine Zind-Humbrecht Alsace Pinot Gris Calcaire 2010

    Snoothrank:

    by the glass at gramercy tavern - strictly ok. Far better than the Reisling. Read More

    Wine review by MTripp


  • OT, the more the merrier and besides, you'll never be lonely.Was planning on having this with Thanksgiving dinner at the Aunt's retirement home but were told when we arrived to eat (after calling and confirming corkage the day before) that they weren't allowing BYOB. Too bad since this would have been pretty near a perfect pairing. Ended up havi... Read More

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  • Anne de Laweis Alsace Pinot Gris Reserve 2012

    Snoothrank:

    I bought this bottle of wine from a shop in London's Kensington [www.thesampler.co.uk ] for £10.Alsace is an AOC producing mainly white wines in the east of France by the German border.Indeed at some periods of history it was part of Germany and therefore the wines are not dissimilar to those on the other side of the Rhine.AOC rules dictate a ta... Read More

    Wine review by duncan 906


  • It's salty and fatty, and with whiz one would expect. Something with a bit of sweetness would not be bad, just a hint, and while these are so-called steaks, they tend to be more about nutty grease than beefy flavor. I think an Oregon Pinot Gris might work well here or something from Alsace. There real answer of course is Lambrusco, and drinking ... Read More

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  • Hugel Alsace Pinot Blanc 'Les Armours' 2009

    Snoothrank:

    Slightly earthy and dusty on the nose with attractively nuanced heirloom apple and sweet apple pie aromas. This packs in a lot of power and great intensity on the palate with bright and vivid green apple and spiced fruit flavors that benefit from the slight edge of RS here. All apple skins and faint green herbs akin to spearmint on the backend, ... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz


  • A ridiculous number of trigger pullworthies in this new offering, many in their absolute drinking prime. Wish the shop was just down the street from me, rather than the ones that are. But then I'd have to live in NYC.  ;-(I love it when a guy drops 100 cases on a shop, just to 'make some space" in his cellar. Wonder what's going to be filling th... Read More

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  • With that meal I'd definitely go white. Could be a nice chardonnay with both acid and some roundness of body, or even a dry riesling from Alsace or maybe (if you hunt well) North America. I wouldn't want a thin, acidic white nor a pinot. The tannins in the pinot do not match the zucchini, tomato or even lemon with my palate. Read More

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  • I think Pinot Gris/Grigio. T'Gallant from the Mornington Peninsula, Alsace,NZ &Italy of course. Gamay, Aglianico, Rhone whites, Yeringberg Marsanne/Rousanne. Complementing the umami whilst not overpowering subtle flavours or being overwhelmed by some robust flavours would be a fascinating trial and error experience. Read More

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