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3/26/2009: 2007 Kerpen Wehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling Spätlese * and Auslese *** Auction - Germany, Mosel Saar Ruwer (3/25/2009) TN:2007 Kerpen Wehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling Spätlese * Auction (Versteigerungswein) Bernkasteler Ring Auction 2008 AP 2 576...
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Wow, we had a great time last night. Hopefully Foxall will have a chance to put his spin on things. I didn't take any notes, just 2 pictures but I lined up some of the dead soldiers this morning. 15 people, over 30 different wines and not a single dud except for a sweet/syrupy/candied 2001 Rosenblum Monte Rosso Zinfandel. But enough for the bad... Read More
So we have some interest in having a West Coast meet-up (or you can call it a throw-down) for Pinot. Here's my opening proposal: We'll do it very close to the Oakland Airport, to save those who are traveling in from out of town (like Emark and JonDerry) from having extra travel if they want to fly. This would give LuchaVino a chance to attend... Read More
Like Zinfandel, Petite Sirah is primarily a California wine: the Golden State’s long, sunny growing seasons are necessary to ripen Petite Sirah’s substantial tannins and reveal its rich blackberry flavors. The wine’s structure, fruit and inky color make it an excellent blending partner for Zinfandel, red Rhône varieties and even Cabernet Sauvign... Read More
I recently had the very good fortune to spend several hours with Paul Draper during a visit to Ridge Vineyards Monte Bello property. While Ridge is well known today, and their Monte Bello is arguably one of California’s greatest Cabernet-based wines, the property is far from more acclaimed wine regions, and was one of a very small number of wine... Read More
Unlike with my pick for Wine of the Year, which is a wine that has moved me and changed my view of wine in some way, shape or form, I award my Winery of the Year selection to a winery that has had consumer interests at top of mind.This can be seen as a vague statement in that most wineries have their consumers’ interests at heart in one way or a... Read More
As many of my fellow Snoothers know, I'm a big fan of the wines of the Dry Creek Valley and particularly of a few of the winemakers up there. Most of them specialize to a degree in Zinfandel, a grape that has its hard-core fans, but does not get all the recognition of more widely-planted varieties like Cabernet, Syrah, Pinot Noir. A lot of fol... Read More
Hi guys,I'm sure that this is a topic that's been covered before, but I thought that I would see if I could get a little help in creating an itinerary for some midweek wine tasting at the beginning of August.While I know my way around a lot of European regions, I've never really gravitated to Californian wine...I've generally found it too fruity... Read More
Is anybody familiar with a company called 90+ Cellars? I stumbled onto this video, today. Skip to 4:07. If the link to the video is broken, here is a link to the 90+ Cellars Website.I guess 90+ Cellars would be described as a negociant. They go to winemakers and buy excess supply of wine that has been rated at 90 points or better. They slap... Read More
Hi all, I would like to receive some advice and comments.I'm a newbie wine collector with the grand amount of 32 bottles (yes, I'm just starting) and storing my wines properly is a big concern of mine. I have some bottles that I would like to age until 2016, but I live in one of the hottest cities around the Philippines (Manila). I live in a con... Read More
I had posted the list of wines that I was going to be tasting for my upcoming Syrah evening, but as I posted elsewhere, things have changed a bit. After finding, and then losing, a bottle of 1990 Cline Syrah, and spending almost an hour looking for the damn thing, I discovered a few other bottles of Syrah lying about so my previous list now look... Read More