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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...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

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  • Wine Library BDVI offer:Hello Berserkers! So our first deal is site wide ... ... to the wines of the village. There is no shortage of personality. This is an especially powerful, dense entry-level Barolo with tons of sheer appeal. However, the firm tannins will need time to soften, though, so readers need to be patient." 94 Points Wine Specta... Read More

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  • You got it - the terms are loosely thrown around and you're supposed to use ... cru from another. Taste the village wine as well. Supposedly, some crus are better than others and they're all better than the village wine, but you may find things not quite as clear. it's a good exercise though.Good luc Read More

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  • This offer from Ian Cauble is looking pretty attractive, too... Winter has ... ... of parcels in Barolo sub-villages, Castiglione Falletto and Serralunga d’Alba. Still, today’s wine originates from a more obscure site. The Valmaggiore vineyard lies in the small village of Vezza d’Alba, which is 30 minutes north of Barolo, and considerably coole... Read More

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  • I am another who likes calvados.Last year at the London France show [ ... ... different versions and every village seems to have its o Read More

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  • Excuse me, Mr Jonderry, but I have been cellaring & drinking Duboeuf's ... Nouveau (first year), Beauj. Village or just Beaujolais, and in the 2-4 year range.You most likely need to look elsewhere as GregT said, though his recommendations are mostly Italian varieties. You also might like Zinfandels in the $15-$25 range, as those are usually fa... Read More

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  • And another 2012 Bourgogne. Not one of my favorites, as the freshness just ... ... a bit of the 2011 Fourrier village I was also disappointed with. Both just more Californiacated than I'd like to see. There's also some potential for improvement here, so I may have to revisit in another 5-10 years to see how this plays ou Read More

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  •  Lively aromatics of dark red and black fruit, sous bois, eucalyptus.Has a ... excellent, sophisticated MSD village. 12.5 ABV. Stems are a big part of the structure here...I didn't find them overbearing at all however. Will be interesting to follow this over the year Read More

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  • I had a homemade pasta bake this evening so I opened a bottle of Italian wine; ... ... to the area around the village of Montefalco in Umbria. It has a very intense and concentrated fruit  taste .but I enjoyed Read More

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  • Ian Cauble often has interesting wines at his Somm Select site. Today's ... ... find it. Furore, the village that isn’t a village, with its houses scattered on the slopes of the mountain, dropping sheer down to the sea, offers tiny samples of itself, allowing itself to be discovered with flirtatious bashfulness. You will walk along paths and ... Read More

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  • "Well, Margaux is not an appellation,"Everybody is concerned about ... in Bordeaux, centred on the village of Margaux." Just as sure as Howell Mountain is an AVA."the producer name never comes before the appellation and never as larger type than the appellation."True in Burgundy (to the extent the appellation is in bigger type, but the wine na... Read More

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