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Rating: 93 Drink: 2008-2015 Robert Parker - Wine Advocate Robert Parker (August, 2008) Copyright 2008, The Wine Advocate, Inc. - Reprinted with permission Although this blend of 65% Cinsault and 35% Carignan is not from the Rhone Valley, since my coll...
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For 3 days in March, Düsseldorf, Germany will become the center for the international wine sector. After more than two decades, ProWein, International Trade Fair for Wines and Spirits, has become the wine industry’s most important trade show. Since its inception in 1994, the number of exhibitors has grown 15 times, visitor participation 30 times... Read More
ProWein is the world’s leading trade fair for wine and spirits, the largest industry meeting for professionals from viticulture, production, trade and gastronomy. No other trade fair offers such concentrated competence and compact wine knowledge like ProWein in Düsseldorf, Germany. Nowhere else can attendees experience such a high level of inter... Read More
Considering that a number of wines posted here at the same price point as this offering can be described as middling at best, this nebbiolo from the Piemontese hill country near the Valle d’Aosta looks like a steal.If I were in NYC I'd be going to the dinner. No matter what, this ain't same old, same old and is truly enticing. Obscure but with l... Read More
Regardless of the Barolo's style, you'll get more of its potential out of of a 15-year-old Bordeaux or CA cab than you will out of any serious four or five year old Nebbiolo from the Piedmont. Plus if you insist on drinking 3 to 4 year old wines, how will your palate have a chance to evolve? Decanting is not the be all and end all and certainly ... Read More
“Pure wines capturing the essence of Spain in every glass,” Tarantas Wines are made with 100% certified organic grapes. Their commitment to sustainability is backed by third-party certification: Made with 100% USDA Certified Organic Grapes, Non-GMO Project Verified, and Vegan Friendly with no animal byproducts used in production.The wines are el... Read More
At next year’s ProWein, International Trade Fair for Wines and Spirits, over 6,000 exhibitors from 50 nations and more than 50,000 trade visitors from around the globe will be part of the most international, comprehensive and business-oriented wine industry trade fair in the world. All major wine nations and cultivating regions will be represent... Read More
From March 13 – 15, 2016, ProWein, the leading international trade fair for wines and spirits, will again be a must-attend event for anyone involved in the international wine and spirits market. Launched in 1994 with 321 exhibitors from eight countries and 1,517 visitors, the event has seen huge growth since then: in March 2015, ProWein attracte... Read More
Wine Pleasures has published the results for its annual wine competition 50 Great Cavas.Adernats XC (2008) and Codorníu Reina Mª Cristina Blanc de Noirs (2012) win Gold and receive scores of 98 points8 producers (Agustí Torelló Mata, Cava Bertha, Gramona, Juvé & Camps, Mas Codina, Pago de Tharys, Sumarroca& Vallformosa) win gold scoring 97 point... Read More
Recent research shows that a glass of red wine a day is like twenty minutes of vigorous exercise. So before summer rosés officially take hold, get in on the last gasps of Cabernet. I tasted through forty different Cabernets, all under $16. There are some superb examples here that you’re going to want to try. Cabernet, because of the value inhere... Read More
The Old World is more willing to jump on the low calorie bandwagon, while New World drinkers in the United States are balking at the emergence of low-cal quaffers, according to an article which appeared in The Wall Street Journal this past Friday. “Americans love wine – and they are concerned about their weight,” reporter Rachel Pannett wrote. ... Read More