A Cellar Above

(661)832-9533 4711 Wilson Road
Bakersfield, CA 93309
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  • http://www.sonomawinecountryweekend.com/Looks like the Sat tasting is 150 wineries/ over 1000 wines plus food.  I am gonna try to make this one if a) I can get a room and b) friend or hubby can come.Looks GREAT- especially since I love the area. Read More

    Forum post in the topic Sonoma tasting, Sat of labor...


  • Hey everyone!I am heading to Foster City in late October or early November for work, I'm asking to extend my return ticket from friday to sunday, and only have a little time to play.  I want to be able to go to wineries, do a public and guided tour, and just be able to enjoy myself for the litte time that I get to myself there. I will be most li... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Coming to California!


  • As I’ve been discussing some of the basics of wine over the past several months, people have asked me a general set of questions regarding my wine cellar and the best conditions for cellaring. After enjoying several bottles of older Barolo that had seen the varying effects of disparate cellar conditions, I realized it was time to take a look ... Read More

    From the article What Makes a Great Cellar


  • I've gotten a lot of flack for some of my opinions about these 2007 Bordeaux. While there certainly are many poor 2007s, the vintage is not a complete wash-out. It really depends a bit on what a person is looking for. 2007 Bordeaux, at their worst, exhibit bitter unripe tannins and dominant, green vegetal flavors, but is there more to this vinta... Read More

    From the article 2007 Bordeaux: The Left Bank


  • Hi, I am looking to buy birth year bottles for my girls (born in '95 and '97).  Which region and varietal can hold up for 21 years before popping the cork?  I'm guessing French wines will be the most common response, but my knowledge to this region is pretty limited (primarily drink CA, WA, and Italian wines).  Also not looking to break the bank... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Birth year bottles....which...


  • If you're able to get to Napa this coming weekend, you should definitely try to get to this tasting on Sunday. 100 different local wineries' interpretations on the theme of cabernet sauvignon, all in a very nice al fresco setting (the Grove at the Silverado Country Club)?! For a year's membership support of the Napa Valley Wine Library Associati... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Very impressive Napa tasting...


  • I guess I should introduce myself before jumping in asking for guidance.  Hi, I'm Phil Kane.  I've been drinking wine for over 40 years but have never really paid much attention to what I was drinking. That began to change when I went on a cruise last summer.  For some reason I became conscious of differences in wine beyond just red and white. S... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Question Born from Inexperience


  • Greg posted an article today on zinfandels and there were some replies that said Zin's are being produced with too high of alcohol levels. Some said they even avoid wines over 14% ABV. So is that no 14.1 or is it no 15%? Hard to find a Zin under 14%. At least one that balances out well for my tastes.But what does that ABV % on the label really m... Read More

    Forum post in the topic ABV, what's in a label?


  • Quote from Jancis Robinson - is her address to the Wine Communicators of Australia [formerly Wine Press Club - ie Journos and Wine WritersAt the risk of subjective editing here is some grabs"Anyone can get on-line and pontificate about wine"In response to questions around the impact of on-line sites, logs, tweeters and other new age communicatio... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Is this Really Snooth


  • The trend over the past decade or so in Bordeaux (and around the globe) has been towards bigger, darker, fruitier wines. There have been many means to this end: Better clonal selection in the vineyards, lower yields, improved viticultural practices, cold soaking of fruit before fermentation, and mechanical intervention.Much of this work allows o... Read More

    From the article 2007 Bordeaux - The Right Bank


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