A Cork Above

321-795-0780 Pelham Rd
Tampa, FL 33710
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A Cork Above, Inc. is an Internet Cybermall Service Facilitator for up-market consumer goods including Alcohol Beverages. A Cork AboveTM does not own or hold any inventory, nor does it produce any products. When it comes to Alcohol Beverages, we offer a sophisticated and convenient shopping service for our customers. Orders completed on our site are then purchased from Participating Licensed Wine and Spirits Retail Merchants for shipment within 5-7 days unless otherwise noted in the product description. The sale of the Alcohol Beverage takes place at the physical location of the Participating Licensed Retail Merchant. All sales and shipments are subject to the laws governing such a transaction of the State in which the Participating Licensed Retail Merchant is located and is licensed by the proper authorities. The entire transaction transpires within and to the fullest intent of the Three-tier Alcohol Beverage Laws. – Description from Dragac

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  • The majority of wines on the market these days are meant to be consumed within one to five years. This is a natural law. Producing wines that can sit in the cellar for decades is time-consuming and expensive. There is a time and place for wines that age and adventurous palates are required. Most all age-worthy wines will have high acid, tannin, ... Read More

    From the article Your Guide to Aged Wines

  • Wine myths are often unspoken but incredibly pervasive. Their looming presence may prevent wine novices from feeling confident about how they drink. Most would agree that wine experiences are best enjoyed with friends, but myths can hinder otherwise joyous wine drinking occasions. “Sparkling wine MUST be enjoyed in a flute glass, or else!” “Wine... Read More

    From the article Wine Myths: Debunked

  • Port is a category of wine that conjures up different images depending on your experience or taste. The styles and methodologies used to produce, and in particular, age Port are also pretty wide ranging. There are two kinds of Port that are more commonly known and leap to the forefront of people’s brains more often than others. One is Tawny Port... Read More

    From the article Undervalued Wine Categories: Late Bottled Vintage Port

  • You'll notice, Mark, the term is in English, so this is aimed at the export market, particularly North America.Not sure if you're up on the difference between filtered or fined wine, and that which hasn't been, but this is a basic question for any winemaker. Fining and more recently filtering aim at removing particulate matter that may cause clo... Read More

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  • V V - I did pop the cork on one bottle of the Washington Red Blend that arrived today.  I don't worry about bottle shock with a sub $20 wine.  Sandra and I both enjoyed the wine.  I would describe it as similar to a Bordeaux wine, but of course not anywhere near the top wines.  I think it's ready to drink and a good complement to foods like char... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Weekday Wines

  • FWIW, I have had one Leese-Fitch in my life--a Cabernet Sauvignon about 6-7 years ago--and it was very good,  If you try it, Red, let me know if they still have that cool closure.  It seeems to me that the cork on that one was encased in a plastic wrap-around.  You unwrapped the plastic, and, then, you could grab the cork and just pull it out.  ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello Snooth!

  • I've had this in my possession for awhile now and don't know a whole lot about wine; is there anything special about this wine?  Read More

    Forum post in the topic Help me out here

  • As a rule of thumb I decant every wine bottle north of $50 for at least 45 mins. During the 45 mins we usually enjoy half a glass of a daily drinker to get our palate ready for the really good stuff. Thoughts on this approach would be great? What's your approach other than PNP.....   Read More

    Forum post in the topic Palate prep prior to enjoying...

  • Rimmerman!  (sounds like Newman!) I really try hard to ignore his emails when they show up in my inbox.  I know, I know... I should just unsubscribe myself from the Garagiste email list.  At any rate, I just bit on the most recent Mystery Wine Offers.  How can you resist the following?...Dear Friends,Domestic deal of the...decade?Don't laugh - t... Read More

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  • Secret Santa 2015 was a success!  We eventually figured out who the senders and recipients were based on past drinking habits and assorted sleuthing.  Some bottles were consumed quickly but others are in storage awaiting the right moment to enjoy them.  Thanks to everyone for participating.  Final pairings are listed below:JONDERRY - received bo... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Secret Santa 2015

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