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  • Pinot Meunier

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

  • 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 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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  • 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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  • Of course it was an oversimplification.  But I don't see too many ... ... bottle from a village- level Burg--hey, those are pretty stout and suitable as clubs--but you would never see it coming.  Not quite as vicious as a piece of fresh fruit, but dangerous nonetheles Read More

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  • CY, appreciated but unnecessary--the pleasure was mine.  Just support our California independent wineries. If you get out to SF or Oakland for a conference or just a trip, we'll do something like a horizontal and vertical and you can see how Westphall and Cemetery rival each other.  We can delve into other fun things, too. Read More

    Forum post in the topic Good deeds, good wine, good...


  • Thanks Richard.  I'll start scouting for one. Read More

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  • Great write up. Really captured the visit perfectly. Almost wish we had met up with you at the end of our trip because I probably would have bought more westphal. Had to keep buying in check early on. Overall has been a great trip and meeting Richard at Mauritson and ridge was one of the big highlights. Resting up now for our last dinner but wil... Read More

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  • Mark, you are healthy enough that waiting a few years on those is a good gamble. OT, you would have had a good time.  CY and the Mrs are great.  They will check back in when they get home, I'm sure.  It sounds like his local contacts put our recommendations asunder, but it was Winter Wineland weekend, so things were going to be crazy.  I think t... Read More

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  • I'll add to the chorus: excellent report, Fox. Passion is a good thing. Read More

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  • Sounds good, Fox.  The Beekeeper website gives no indiction of pricing.  Getting on the mailing list is free.  We'll see what happens if I get a solicitation.  I actually have several Rockpiles in my inventory.  I'm just trying to figure out a way to speed up the clock on them. Read More

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  • Yes, the Monte Bello was 2012.  2007 was a great vintage, and well worth a purchase if still in stock at the old exchange rate.  '10 was a vintage that worried a lot of growers/makers, including some of my old reliables (Bell, Talty), but Parker and WS went ape for it.  Selection was the key--raisined grapes from the heat spike didn't make it in... Read More

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