A & A Wines

13 Manfield Park
Cranleigh, Surrey GU6 8
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  • Join us for a spectacular tour of Greek wines led by the leading Greek wine expert in the US. On September 27 Kamal Kouiri,winner of Wine Enthusiast’s “Award of Unique Distinction” and Wine Spectator’s “Best of Award of Excellence” will guide us through 9 top wines from different regions of Greece. The event will be held at Molyvos, known as the... Read More

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  • Wine Lovers of NYC is proud to offer an exclusive guided tasting of the three top red wines of Italy: Brunello, Barolo and Barbaresco. Guided by Camacho Vidal, a leading Italian wine expert, Camacho will talk in details about each wine and pair it with Italian cheeses and coldcuts. A former banker, Camacho has been in the wine business for more ... Read More

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  • RC - The Primitivo was well worth the money paid in the restaurant, and I think you can find it online for around $20-$25.  I'm not good at detailed descriptions of wine as I have difficulty in detecting and describing complexities in what I am drinking. I get the overall mouthfeel and this wine was decent.   I don't think that I've had a wine t... Read More

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  • My cousin and I held a tasting yesterday for our kids..... Six young adults between the ages of 21-30. It was a total of ten of us. The rules were red wines $25 and under all tasted blind. My wife brought the 2013 Textbook Cab which was my favorite and I brought the 2009 Hagen's Reserve Cab it was my second favorite. The Deerfield Cab was the WO... Read More

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  • Pretty quiet weekend at the house - winter is just around the corner.  The wife and I spent the weekend running to the stores in the area for supplies, put snow tires on the truck, etc...Then there were these:Both were very good - '09 Bordeaux drank well with the black berry fruits, a little oaky toast.  Wine Enthusiast said this would age 45 ye... Read More

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  • Pontet-- Canet's started upgrading in standards several years ago (I was buying them periodically until about 2005.  The rise quickly escalated after their wines were being highly touted by RP & WS. Guy Tesseron's son Alfred is currently running the estate and has pushed money into winery and quality into the mind making Wine Spectator did a hug... Read More

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  • JonD- good to know about the 2010. I guess I was uncovering  that important fact. DMC-  not too much to say about the harvest. It will commense Sept 25 in the regions I visited. A good year is anticipated due to mild spring and dry fall. The grapes taste ready to me but I am no expert. I commented that the Pinot grapes look very small and was to... Read More

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  • JonD- Yes, the 08 Picard Meursault Premier Cru was one of the wines that starts with a small explosion and grows all the way down the throat real earthy a taste not so easily achieved in a white. But arguably these "M" wines could be the very best of the best whites. The 2012 Chassagne-Montrachet "Les Vergers" 1er Cru that they served to me at t... Read More

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  • Y'know, Rckr, they're damned if they do and they're damned if they don't.  Comparing across different geographies is certainly valid, but a concentration on a single geography is just as valid.Then, you have to consider the capitalist view.  Typically, these events are underwritten by a winery, or some sort of marketing group.  They want to feat... Read More

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  • Louis Jadot Combe Aux Jacques Beaujoulais Villages 2013


    I bought this bottle of wine from a shop in Kent. [www.dickenshousewines.co.uk ] for £11.50. The Beaujolais appellation was created in 1936 for red,rose and white wines from 96 communes between the towns of Macon and Lyon. Wine from 39 of trhese communes,mainly in the north,,is allowed to be called Beaujolais Villages.My bottle is a red wine and... Read More

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