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  • Lately I've been seeing ads for wine tumblers and am really not sure what to think. Maybe I'm a traditional guy who drinks his Cab out of a large bowl stemmed glass, his white out of a smaller stemmed glass and champagne out of a fluted shape. I suppose the tumbler is alright however, for some reason I cannot describe, it's just not right for me... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wine Tumblers


  • Got access to an old collection of wines this month and trying many  bottles that have survived extremely well in a perfectly dark, still and damp cellar in England. Many unmoved for 10-20 years. I am drinking the worst condition bottle in each group.1990 Ralphs Shiraz. Made by Penfolds a Coonawarra 100% Shiraz in honour or Oddbins UK then catal... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Some old and unusual wines...


  • Here’s another stab at a great list of producers, this time my favorite Riesling producers, in fact. Like all of the other top 10 producer lists, this one required a lot of consideration and the culling of many producers who deserve to be on a top list yet failed to make my top 10.I know that many of you will be absolutely enraged by the various... Read More

    From the article Top 10 Riesling Producers


  • It’s not easy to find great Riesling under $12. It is a very particular challenge since producers can always rely on their favorite crutch, sugar, when producing Rieslings. After working through over a case of value priced Rieslings, I was becoming a bit discouraged. Then, I hit on a series of wines from Washington State that made me take notice... Read More

    From the article A Complete List of Value Riesling, Tasted 7/2012


  • Mount Palomar Syrah Temecula Valley 2007

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    Very dark indigo although maybe a tad murky in the glass. Cherry and tarry nose. Initial mouth sensation seems mellow, but then, as it spreads over the palate tannic dryness is happening all over. Not a fruity wine by any means--maybe a hint of plum or prune. We are having a "leftovers" dinner tonight. We're cleaning out the fridge and will... Read More

    Wine review by EMark


  • Can't wait for the Port Virtual Tasting. I love Port. I once had a FONSECA LBV 2000 at  a restaurant and was surprised at how good it was.Tawny's are really good with cheese' Guava, and fig paste'. Read More

    Forum post in the topic Porto


  • Paul Grieco doesn't need an introduction if you're at all involved with the New York wine scene. If you're not, you might be surprised to learn how fundamentally important Paul has been to a whole generation of wine drinkers and how they approach wine, all through the work at his restaurant Hearth and his group of Terroir wine bars.Levi Dalton i... Read More

    From the article Levi Dalton Interviews Paul Grieco


  • I will be going next Sunday, hope they have all the wines listed, looks like a good event.Tapas Fantasticas Read More

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  • Good article by Lettie Teague....Wine Snob Read More

    Forum post in the topic Defending the 'Wine Snob'


  • Hi there! I am planning on doing a road trip through Provence and Southern Rhone this summer. I have a general idea of where to go but was wondering if any of you had any tips for affordable and fun wineries to visit or MUSTs in Southern France. I was thinking Saint Tropez, Bandol, Cassis, Aix en Provence, Avignon, Tavel, Gigondas, Vacqueyras, B... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Calling all Southern France...


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