A & A Wines

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Cranleigh, Surrey GU6 8
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  • Gargiulo Aprile Sangiovese 2004

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    Delicious in texture and flavor, and of course, perfect for food pairing. Sangiovese produces wines with delicious structure and fruit and a mean backbone of acidity. This acidity makes it perfect to drink with any tomato-based dish, as well as many types of foos, particularly Italian style...sausage, and steak! Read More

    Wine review by jassy36


  • Fanucchi Zinfandel Russian River Valley Old Vine Fanucchi Wood Road Vineyard 2005

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    I totally love this Red Wine! It's a classic red wine that was crafted in the old school so that it develops while aging slowly!It shows all the brilliant fresh fruit this variety SHOULD and has big silky Tannins but everything is in balance and at 6 years old it seems fresher & younger than so many new releases of this variety! This wine is the... Read More

    Wine review by I Love It Too


  • Les Chais du Vieux Bourg Cotes du Jura Poulsard 2007

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    hello westylapoulard as most of wines of the jura are no wines for an apperitif, but need some fine cooking. with salmon or shrimps and a few of chilly, or some rabbit with prunes or simply with smoked ham.avec mes salutations vigneronnesLudwig Read More

    Wine review by luluarlay


  • Barefoot Moscato NV

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    Out of all the wines that I have tasted, this is one of my favorites. Definitely the best Moscato that I have ever tasted - well, after Beringer's Moscato, of course. Excellent wine, with delicious sweet and fruity flavors. Tastes a bit like peach cider. Yum. Read More

    Wine review by AdamRinky1982


  • Paul Gregutt's Top 10 Wines of the MonthWith the Oregon wine kick I've been on lately I've been checking out what the locals have to say about their wines. I can always afford to learn more about these fine wines, particularly those from Washington State, which seem to be made in modest quantities and disappear from the retail marketplace seemin... Read More

    From the article What We've Been Reading


  • Found this site a few weeks ago, and read a bit around here. Was a former beer drinker, but over the years have not really cared for it any more. I want to learn more about wines. Have drank wine before of course, but I guess now that I am somewhat older I appreciate it more. Would like to learn more about the different types and flavors. Am hav... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello new here


  • Given NG's Californian Cab thread had morphed into Sparkling, I thought maybe that was a good time to take the interesting stuff coming through into its own thread.So I will start with the following sort of recapChampagne is a bit like Burgundy in that it is clearly leading the world in its reputation even in the places where local equivalents a... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Champagne and all things...


  • Goldeneye Estate Grown Anderson Valley Pinot Noir Gowan Creek Vineyard 2006

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    This is not your grandma's pinot noir - that is if your grandma drinks pinot, and mine of course does not (or did not). This wine is anything but subtle, a descriptor I normally associate with great pinot, i.e. red burgundy. A great wine this is though. Intense dark berries and spice on the nose precede an extracted, long, ripe, and balanced ... Read More

    Wine review by Creole Williams


  • This article originally appeared at Chris McGurn's blog Beltway BacchusThe DC International Wine and Food Festival lived up to its name. There were wineries from all over the world – not just California, France and Italy. In fact, the representation of those three wine powerhouses was pretty scarce. Perhaps a better name for the Festival would h... Read More

    From the article DC International Wine and Food Festival


  • This article originally appeared at Chris McGurn's blog Beltway BacchusThe Washington Wine Academy’s 1K Wine Walk was not for any cure, cause or awareness raising of any kind. Unless you count awareness of the Wine Academy itself and different wines from around the world. If you do, then it was quite successful. The event was well-attended, and ... Read More

    From the article Washington Wine Academy's 1K Wine Walk


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