Bordeaux Rosé Wine

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Bordeaux rosé is made from the typical red Bordeaux varieties of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Malbec, Petit Verdot and Carmenere. It can be made anywhere Bordeaux AC wine can be made. Generally, these wines are quite pale and delicate, since Bordeaux Clairet AC is reserved for darker, almost-red ones.

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  • Vermentino

    History of the grape: Little concrete history is known about Vermentino except that it has recently been identified a...

  • Mission

    The Mission or Pais grape was the first Vitis vinifera vine planted in North America. From 1697 until well into the 1...

  • Carignan

    History of the grape: The grape has been traced as far back as the 3rd century in the Aragon province in Spain. The A...

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Merlot

    The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...

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  • here are some of the wine we drank Saturday night listening to some rockin' blues.:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         The Hahn was very, very good as... Read More

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  • Regardless of the Barolo's style, you'll get more of its potential out of of a 15-year-old Bordeaux or CA cab than you will out of any serious four or five year old Nebbiolo from the Piedmont. Plus if you insist on drinking 3 to 4 year old wines, how will your palate have a chance to evolve? Decanting is not the be all and end all and certainly ... Read More

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  • So Scutulatus--your name? I know it in zoology for part of the rattlesnake's name, and in Latin as an adjective for lozenge-shaped or checkered, but I'm not fluent in either. Why your choice?Regarding your madiran, that is often an issue with those made more oldskool, and a major reason why the wine was pushed aside by most consumers until paean... Read More

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  • Maybe they had wanted to use Meritage (also OK in this instance as a generic term) but were afraid of that shortsighted Napa-ish consortium that tried to control the term and its use a decade or two ago. I think your guess about two-is-better-than-one marketing terminology coverage is very likely.Claret was generally the term used from hundreds ... Read More

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  • Nicely done!  BTW, Emark isn't the only one with a few wines on hand from TJ's.  And, if they can sell wine in your state, there are a few that they will have that are available nationwide.  Here's a few recommendations:  That Vielle Ferme that OT recommended is available at Trader Joe's as Ferme Julien.  Same wine.  The rose and the Cotes du Rh... Read More

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  • Wednesday was a travel and cleansing day. We decided to take our time going from Santa Ynez to Santa Barbara so after dropping off a case of wine at the Wine Country Shippers we hopped on over to Highway 1. What a beautiful stretch of land! We made a number of scenic overlook stops, took in a few of the State beaches and just enjoyed the ride. W... Read More

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  • Yes, for the record Betz is superior for the Bordeaux blends. Sinskey for the Rose, Pinot Blanc, and though their Reds also seem interesting, just not quite up to Betz level. Read More

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  • Not the kind of auction lots you see every day...   Bid Now: Ridge Monte Bello from theCellar of Winemaking Luminary Paul DraperAn Auction of Finest & Rarest Wines Founded by Stanford graduates, Ridge’s first vintage of Monte Bello was in 1962. When Paul Draper arrived in 1969, a new path for the winery was laid out. Being an intellectual man an... Read More

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  • So I've gone back into my Cellar Tracker tasting notes and found just a couple cab francs. I've had a few inexpensive Chinons, a couple from VA and NC, two rose of CF and the rest from CA. The French CFs seemed to be quite light with red cherry and cranberry dominating the flavor. The Napa CFs had more of a black cherry and rhubarb profile. This... Read More

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  • I AM BACK!! And what an incredible experience it was... I must thank all of you for all the tips, in particular OUTTHERE  and JONDERRY because the VIP treatment with Mike Smith and Fred Scherrer was just unforgettable. THANK YOU!!I have pictures of most wines that I tasted. I will try my best to rate them as soon as possible, but in the meantime... Read More

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  • I have a bottle in the fridge right now. Can be very nice although often no better than from anywhere else in France, or Spain, despite charging more money simply because it's "Bordeaux."

    Comment by 274063Richard M James 274063 Richard M James


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