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  • Wine lists. The truth is that I like reading them more than ordering off one! I don't like the exorbitant markups and limited selections that characterize the majority of wine lists I am faced with, but sometimes a great BYOB option is not on the table. While most of my dining out is, in fact, done BYOB, there are certain situations that call fo... Read More

    From the article New York City's Top Wine Lists


  • Erzeti Merlot Amphora 2000. Purchased fall of 2005. Cost: some number of euros. Dobrovo Castle – Brda Vinoteka, Slovenia. Enjoyed right there in the castle’s cellar.Talk about down the road to ruin… One stormy evening a very special wine stood on its own screaming at me, “Only wine can do this!”It was a thundering, stormy night… really!John (fia... Read More

    From the article The Epiphany Wine Responsible for My Road to Ruin


  • So over the past few weeks, I’ve put together some ideas for what to drink next. Just to repeat, these are only suggestions. You might be shocked to hear that I frequently get asked, “What should I drink?” It’s a tough question and there is no stock answer. In fact, the only way to answer it by asking additional questions. What do you like? Why ... Read More

    From the article What to Drink Next


  • Opus One Red Bordeaux Blend Napa Valley 2008

    Snoothrank:

    Wine Review: A Tale of Two Vintages Opus One 2007 & 2008I was so unbelievably honored when Opus Ones Winemaker, Michael Silacci invited me to dinner as a thank you for my Opus One 2007 wine review. Well, honored is an understatement, I was so flipping excited, I could hardly contain myself. For me, being in the company of a winemaker of his ... Read More

    Wine review by 40somethinglife


  • Alternative closures were all the rage in the 1990s and that has been a real challenge for the cork industry, which saw its dominance of the sector diminish considerably thanks to competitive closures such as screwcaps, glass closures, synthetic corks and cork composites. However, that trend seems to be turning around and the cork industry is fe... Read More

    From the article Put a Cork In It


  • Cameron Hughes Lot #160Lodi, California, is in the San Joaquin Valley. The San Joaquin Valley is known for its jug wines. I will never drink a San Joaquin Valley wine. It’s a good thing I didn’t know that Lodi was in the SJ Valley when I drank that Cameron Hughes Lot #160 in March of 2010. Otherwise, I may not have known how truly delicious it w... Read More

    From the article Lost in Lodi - My Wine Epiphany


  • Wimberley Valley Texas Country Cellars Sweet Red Rouge NV

    Snoothrank:

    Okay so I'm not a wine drinker, but have been interested for awhile now in trying out different sweet wines. Someone suggested I try this wine and I loved it!! I don't know all the fancy wine lingo but it is wonderful. The first taste that hits your mouth is sweet and then the bitter wine and very smooth. I'm very grateful to the person who told... Read More

    Wine review by Winenewbie7


  • Frogs Leap Napa Sauvignon Blanc 2009

    Snoothrank:

    I stayed in for a change whats up with that? It seems I never stay in these days. I buy food, it goes bad, I throw it out, I buy more food, it goes bad and I throw it out and I feel guilty about it, but it doesnt stop me going out all the time! I needed a night in. I actually needed about a months worth of nights in, but thats another story... Read More

    Wine review by 40somethinglife


  • Lieb family cellars is offering a '9/11 Memorial Commerative Merlot' and '9/11 Memorial Commerative Chardonnay' produced '90 miles from the site of the World Trade Center' out on Long island. I guess we're supposed to be happy that they're saying they'll send 6 to 10% of the proceeds to the National September 11 Memorial and Museum. Oh, and they... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Poor taste or not? 9/11...


  • My epiphany wine was a 2000 Turley Zinfandel (sorry, don’t remember the vineyard) drunk on a tiny tropical island. Here’s the story:Tropical WhineImagine yourself on a tropical island, with azure waters and swaying palms. Imagine savory meals of fresh lobster, mangrove crab and toothsome tuna. Now imagine pairing those appealing meals with wine ... Read More

    From the article Drunk on a tiny tropical island.


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