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  • While a dreary haze and the odd, passing wisps of dead fish seem to fill my senses now- in my mind, I am already headed there.  I am headin' down.And this coming weekend, and for an entire week, not only in spirit- but in person shall I be down.  (I encourage you to click here to jump along the vibe, and jam to it by one of my favorite Cleveland... Read More

    Forum post in the topic "Travel" as in: GOIN' DOWN......


  • I guess I should introduce myself before jumping in asking for guidance.  Hi, I'm Phil Kane.  I've been drinking wine for over 40 years but have never really paid much attention to what I was drinking. That began to change when I went on a cruise last summer.  For some reason I became conscious of differences in wine beyond just red and white. S... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Question Born from Inexperience


  • I've seen the term backward a few times in wine descriptions.  I can guess about almost everything else, but this one just mystifies me.  Does it mean it needs aging?p.s. wanted to post this in "beginner's corner" but I couldn't find that category on the lits for some reason...... Read More

    Forum post in the topic what does "backward" mean?


  • Update: The Grande Dalles first releases are now available online.There's a version of Scott Elder and Stephanie LaMonica's story that goes like this: A young, restless couple falls in love with wine, and sets out for the wilds of Oregon to sow the earth with their dreams. They trade in cubicles for grapevines, they name bottles after beloved... Read More

    From the article The Real Dirt


  • Marquis de Saint Aunes 2007

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    Figs/ Fig Newtons, prunes, caramel, and butterscotch, vanilla- sweet. Sweet comes through on the taste as well. Nice body- not syrupy at all like some dessert wines. Raspberry cheesecake taste and aromas come through on tasting again. We just paired with a Spanish goat cheese called Tupi served on Pan de Pais, made close to Wine Pleasures HQ- a ... Read More

    Wine review by WinePleasures


  • Siduri Pinot Noir Willamette Valley 2007

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    Lovers of lean Burgundies will probably find this fruit bomb out of their comfort zone, but it is a major winner for lovers of pure, fruit-dominated, beautifully extracted California Pinot Noir. From a vineyard located near Sebastopol (but in the Sonoma Coast rather than Russian River appellation), it is soft as velvet yet deep and long and poss... Read More

    Wine review by WineborkDotCom


  • I would like to share my latest tastingI entertained 40 of our corporate clients with 40 of my Partners in our Sydney Boardroomon Tuesday evening 27 JulyCanapesFoie Gras on toasted brioche with apple jamSmoked salmon latke, preserved lemon creme fraiche,dillTorched figs, creamed goat's cheese, spiced thyme honey1998 Pol Roger Winston Churchill v... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Latest Tasting


  • Produttori Langhe Nebbiolo 2008

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    How do small vineyards growing Nebbiolo grapes in Barbaresco in the Piedmont region of Italy compete with the guys growing Nebbiolo in Barolo? Join forces in a cooperative. And thats what happened in 1894 and continues today with nine classic premium sites from Barbaresco: Asili, Rabajà, Pora, Montestefano, Ovello, Pajé, Montefico, Moccagatta an... Read More

    Wine review by MattMcGinnis


  • When we last left off, we had completed a loop of northeastern Sonoma, leaving a lot of unexplored country out there! Today’s trip will lead us out of Santa Rosa heading to the west, right smack dab through the famous Russian River Valley!Any visit to Sonoma wouldn’t be complete without a look at some of the truly iconic regions, and the Russian... Read More

    From the article Riding Out of Santa Rosa


  • I know that the words 'produced', 'vinted', 'made', and 'bottled' are all legally different.  I understand a little about what each one means.What I don't understand yet is how each relates to the general quality of the wine in the bottle.  Is a wine 'produced and bottled' by a winery usually better that one 'vinted and bottled'?   And is it a b... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Help a beginner learning...


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