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  • Just got into my first bottle of Petite Sirah. Bogle 07. I am very much enjoying this varietal. This looks very appealing in the glass and has nice blueberry fruit, but not jammy, earthy notes working around in the background. Nice complexity.Any suggestions on another representative? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Petite Sirah


  • Since my other thread on Brunellos is bearing ripe, tasty fruit (and hopefully will continue to do so), and since Greg's great series of writeups on his recent trip to Tuscany and Umbria is heating up, I thought it might be good to have a dedicated thread where we can talk about the best wines that Chianti has to offer.I'll start it off by pasti... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Good Chiantis


  • What happened with the harvest in CA this fall? I kept noticing that it wasn't getting cold here in SoCal. In fact it was exactly 80 degrees on Turkey Day. I'm guessing this reflects at least somewhat the climate in Napa and so forth. I don't know anything about the ideal weather for different grapes, but I know that this is pretty atypical ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Question about 2009 Harvest


  • I know we are all in full gift mode right now, so it’s time to take a look at some of the top wine buys in the marketplace. You can always scramble after the “Best vintage anywhere, ever!” but the truth is that much of the hoopla that surrounds the “best” vintages is based on the potential of the vintage.  I don’t know about your friends and fam... Read More

    From the article Great wines for the holidays and experiments from the Vegetarian Kitchen


  • Day one in Italy ended with me in the quaint town of Greve. Located in the northern reaches of the Chianti region, and only some 30 kilometers south of Florence, it’s an ideal home base for visits in the region.  The village is well-known as a source of fine wine, and is also home to several renowned restaurants. I booked a room at the small, fa... Read More

    From the article Italy in Nine Parts: Greve in Chianti


  • Alsace has frequently posed a problem to even the sophisticated wine drinker. While the labels of Alsace can look confusing at first glance, they really make picking a great wine quite easy. Unlike the vast majority of French labels, Alsace wines come to you with a Varietal label, so you’ll know exactly what’s in the bottle.  Almost every bottle... Read More

    From the article Alsace and Washington State's Seven Hills


  • I made that my first black Friday run, to Home Depot to grab one of these. At $148, it's hard to beat a wine fridge that size. I have a Danby dual zone which is supposed to hold 30 bottles. Trouble is, the top "red" section only has two shelves and even when lined with all bordeaux bottles, they are too snug to slide out with the drawer. The... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Vissani 52 bottle wine cellar


  • Here in Lima, there is a new trend taking off where restaurants have their cellar open to the public.The customer can go in and select their wine as if they were in a wine shop.Are there any restaurants where you live that do this?What do you think of the concept?I think it is good for the customer but not as good for the restaurant. I think it ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Have you seen this before in...


  • Since Greg is starting an article series on his recent trip to Tuscany and Umbria, I thought it might be useful to begin a forum thread on the wines from the area. What are the best wines from Montalcino and environs that we can find in the market now, and what are the drinking experiences with them, alone or with food? This hopefully will get i... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Good Brunellos and other reds...


  • I recently set off on a tour of adjacent regions in Italy, one as famous as any, the other living in its neighbor’s shadow.  Tuscany captures the imagination of many, and with good reason. The riches of Siena, Florence, the hill towns and famous vineyards spanning Montalcino, Montepulciano, and Chianti have had a tremendous impact on history. Mo... Read More

    From the article Italy in Nine Parts: Arrival


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