56 Degree Wine
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Hi everyone. My wife Sandra and I have been into wine for the past few years and that's led to a few trips to Napa Valley and related areas in 2012 and 2013. We enjoy all wines but reds are our favorites. We hosted our first wine tasting party last night and it was a fun event - sixteen wine lovers trying different wines in a blind tasting. ... Read More
France may have established that the grapes of Bordeaux go very well together, but that essential blend can now be found in excellent wines worldwide, from South Africa to Washington State.California does particularly well with the black grapes of Bordeaux: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot and Malbec. California Bordeaux ... Read More
My brother-in-law is a truly great guy. He is the kind of person who makes friends wherever he goes.Recently, he helped the family of a screen writer dispose of the assets of the writer's estate. A month or so ago, the family entertained him in Las Vegas. At dinner one night they brought out some pretty amazing wines (Bordeaux 1st Growths) fr... Read More
Good article by Lettie Teague....Wine Snob Read More
I know there have been at least one or two conversations about buying wines at Costco, but I happened to catch the one hour documentary about Costco on CNBC, last night. They actually spent a significant portion of the program (8-9 minutes) about wine sales. Here is the thing that blew me away. Apparently, annual wine sales at Costco exceed a... Read More
This comes up a lot, and dmcker said something interesting about it that sparked some thoughts:I don't think wine should be rated only double blindFirst, I think "double blind" is a bit of a misnomer. It's a term from clinical trials in medical research, referring to the fact that both the clinician measuring the results and the patient don't k... Read More
I've often heard of this phenomenon from a number of different sources, and you hear it repeated by casual drinkers over and over but i'm not really sure if I've ever heard an explanation for it.Can anyone shed some light?How a wine can drink well upon release and then for maybe a year after, but then "go to sleep" and shut down for a number of ... Read More
So last winter, we drank a bottle of 2004 Dom de la Roquete Chateauneuf du Pape. Delicious. Bought it at deep discount, and wished I had bought more. Last month, at a large dinner, someone (a beverage professional from one of SF's best restaurants) brought the 2007 of same wine, direct from Kermit Lynch, so the provenance was unquestionable. ... Read More
We I am reading wine reviews about wines that require cellering I am not sure which dateyou consider when the writer says this wine could use 2-5 years in the cellar. Is it from the date of the vintage or is it from the date of the review? I always thought it was the date of the vintage but others have said it is the date of the review. So I am ... Read More
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