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  • To begin with, Australian Chardonnay wine has improved significantly over the years!As I understand it, Australian winemakers are busily introducing new styles.I had new Aussie chards recently and concluded that they are really good, in my very humble opinion!These lovely chards are the result of more careful soil selection and well-considered s... Read More

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  • Greg, my thoughts exactly.  You can buy the Crane Lake Cab at Total Wine for $5. Granted price is not always an indicator of quality but that's usually an argument for the high end stuff.  $5 hardly covers the cost of the glass bottle, label, land cost, labor and profit, not much left for the juice so you really can't expect much.Antocha, it  ap... Read More

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  • Recently tried the Crane Lake Red Cab. and it was  terrible. I don't care how cheap they  make it .it's not worth it. This stuff epitomizes the term ROT GUT!  Don't risk your health drinking this polluted garbage.That's all I will say. Read More

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  • In the United Kingdom and Europe, English sparkling wine is taking wine shelves, newspaper columns and wine enthusiasts by storm. So much so that I accompanied two of my corporate clients to the picturesque Surrey and Hampshire vineyards in the south of England last year; in previous years they had requested a visit to Champagne. It’s not diffic... Read More

    From the article This is the next big sparkling wine region.


  • There is no denying that Muscadet is a wonderful wine--especially, with fresh oysters.It may be a bit early for thread drift, but here I go again.  I have posted my favorite wine on this forum multiple times.  I'll let other readers shout out my favorite.It is, in all honesty, better with food than without.  We do a lot of backyard red meat gril... Read More

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  • Amour - I do believe everyone enjoyed their small glass of the dessert wine (Vistamar Moscatel) with the cake after our winners were announced.  I myself didn't think too much about it in particular, as I was feeling no pain at that point.  I did enjoy it, along with just about every wine that was opened.  Sometimes at these wine tasting parties... Read More

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  • Wowzer,Just tasted my first Viognier and what a delight. I purchased one that was extremely economical but one with respectability in it's ratings. I didn't want to go overboard on my first venture with a newbie.This one averaged 3 and a half out of 5 here at Snooth. I'm sure it's well known, it's called McManis Family Vineyards out of Ripon Cal... Read More

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  • EM-I have a few cases of Bedrock in the wine cooler but none of this one. I will look for it at the next release. Sounds tasty. Tonight with went to Morton's on Las Olas in Ft. Lauderdale. We brought this 2008 Coravina Cab Sav by Seavey and paired it with a pair of filets. Great wine, food and service. (We are usually not impressed when we dine ... Read More

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  • Provence is one of the oldest wine producing regions in the world. While Provençale rosé may be a popular trend, production of wine in Provence is not. Wines of Provence has done a wonderful job marketing the Provençale rosé as more than just a wine, it is a lifestyle. It is the South of France in a glass; crisp, refreshing, perfect for sunny da... Read More

    From the article A different way to think about pink wine


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