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  • Sauvignon

  • Malbec

    History of the grape: Some believe Malbec is named after a Hungarian peasant who spread plantings along the French co...

  • Négrette

  • 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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  • We had a white wine from Viserny last week. That's Viserny there in the ... the ... river valley from Dijon down to Macon. They call it the golden hillside, the Côte d'Or, and it is special. To the west there's Chablis, and Chablis too is special. But rewind 150 years to a time when commerce for wine was driven by quantity, not quality. Those... Read More

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  • Hey everybody - I just came back from my trip, so a quick update is in order. ... myself to Beaune and then Dijon, France. I toured several wine caves and tasted some great Burgundy wine, then hit up a couple wine shops to take home a stash of Burgundy and Bordeaux wines. (Customs didn't bother charging me anything.) I do prefer the more full ... Read More

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  • Al, let us know when you crack one open, would like to read your tasting ... ... (Livermore) white with some dijon mustard, chicken, kale, potato and leek soup. This is a very enjoyable Sonoma Coast Chard. The nose comes across a bit buttery and spicy but not overly so. The palate is balanced, soft and creamy with notes of creme brulee, lemon ... Read More

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  • ESOL,I very much like the Spain, Utiel-Requena idea. Have had some very nice ... myself, and while I love the Dijon-Burgundy idea for myself, it does really help to know some people in that area, and the Spain idea figures to be at least 1/3 the price, maybe far less for what's considered to be "good wines" for the region/s.Have fun and hope y... Read More

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  • So I've put together two workable (perhaps a little crazy) itineraries:Dijon-Wed afternoon, Drive to Strasbourg, get a hotel & leave my car thereThursday early morning, take an SNCF train to DijonPackaged Burgundy tour, followed by dinnerThursday PM take train back to Strasbourg, stay in same hotelFriday AM drive to Frankfurt & head homeValencia... Read More

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  • As for the variety that currently has my interest most... I'd have to say ... to me. I'll also look at Dijon and Bordeau Read More

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  • Gosh... decisions... Dijon sounds good- I haven't been there. I've been to both Florence & Barcelona and love both (oh the food...) but perhaps seeing a new place would also add to the value. Dijon or Bordeaux would fit that actually. I'll plan to take a cheap EasyJet or RyanAir flight Wednesday night (or perhaps an overnight train with a sleepe... Read More

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  • Greg's comments are spot-on, but for the sake of argument I'll suggest ... visit in either Lyon & Dijon (for Burgundy), or Barcelona (for a couple of possible regions, including Priorat). So you have Bordeaux's blends from big famous chateaux, Burgundy's Pinot Noir and some of the best food on earth, or Barcelona's garnacha and ditto the food ... Read More

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  • Red - one of the problems with recs for places like World Market and Total Wine ... section of Burgundy, near Dijon, where the mustard comes from, and it came from their "old vines", which doesn't mean much other than the fact that those vines are relatively older than some of their other vines. It was quite delicious, with a peppery quality th... Read More

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  • There's a happy rumor (OK, it is more than a rumor.) that Myriad is going ... Pommard clone and one third Dijon clone 115. There was no inoculation for primary or secondary fermentation, and no adjustment for acids or alcohol. We utilized 35% whole-cluster fermentation and aged in 20% new French oak.We think we got the balance on this wine jus... Read More

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