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  • Ortega

    Ortega’s winter-hardy character has allowed this grape to be successfully grown in British Columbia, and with limited...

  • Trollinger

    Trollinger is the most common German name for this red wine producing grape, which originated in western Austria. It ...

  • Pinot Meunier

    History of the grape: The name derives from the floury coating on the underside of the grape leaves; “meunier’ is Fre...

  • Pinot Noir

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

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  • Kramer is understandably unhappy, as Matthews uses a quote from him that goes ... ... could exist outside, oh, Burgundy, then the terroir thing has to be re-mystified, and it gets changed to avoid being able to pin it down.  He does agree there are ways to measure the taste of wine--read the book, then argue with it--and that preferences could... Read More

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  • VV, do whatever works for you.  I do mine by type, not country, in part ... from Cali, Bord v. Napa Cab, Burg v. New World PN type tastings.  So I keep all my Syrah and N. Rhone together; Cabs, a couple merlots, and Bords in another area.  You get the picture.  It also allows me to just look and see how my inventory of a certain kind of wine i... Read More

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  • Utter, unmitigated rubbish, not to put too fine a point on it.Chablis has been ... ... CA style, but rather Burg style. I'll even drink from both sides of the Chablis divide, enjoying either.And as for your 'Facilitator' at that tasting, he's full of something, and it ain't oak. Wine is too popular these days and education too spotty, and so ... Read More

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  • A truly epic day there...thanks for sharing Mike's thoughts on the Roumier. For top class red burg, I dare say  he's right. Roumier is a master, and there is some good 1er juice from Les Fuees going in to that village Chambolle, but more experienced collectors remember a day when it wasn't nearly as expensive. Of course, real estate was pretty c... Read More

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  • It was my second time with that Roumier in the past month. Mike calls it the best Burg value available and e buys it by the case every year. It was too much wine too little time. I did my best to pick through and try as many as possible and even at that I missed a half dozen or more. After a while all the labels start looking alike. The disappoi... Read More

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  • Indeed, can't expect to win every time from auction.The thing I find a ... ... a bit elevated. Anyhow, many burg drinkers like how 2007's are drinking, probably since it was declared such a poor vintage, it is merely outperforming its very low expectations.Some interesting animal charts up above Dmcker! Though I'm not sure I'm any the wiser, e... Read More

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  • Alternatively, Vino, it's a shame to waste good tequila on margaritas ... ... ... in the Hirsch. Nice Burg night, and welcome bac Read More

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  • Not Margarita's but we managed.Started off with a forgettable J Vineyards ... ... the best Village level Burg I have ever had. Their 1er and Grand Crus get so much love that ths seems to be overlooked. Kind of a Rodney Dangerfield but a great bottle. I can see a California producer making a wine like this from the Sonoma Coast.Drops mic... Th... Read More

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  • True, though maybe more on the white burg side. I don't hear him disparaging Chard as much as Pinot. Read More

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  • Lobster and Meursault?Duck & Red Burg?  Read More

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