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  • Just tried my first Malbec.  Trapiche Oak Cask 2008.  Was really good.  Carmenere, Malbec, Cabernet, Merlot, what's not to like in South America.  I'm not sure that South America isn't my favorite wine region.  Too much wine, not enough time. Read More

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  • My husband looked at me like I'd grown a second head just now when I told him I wanted to take it back for a refund. But I know from reading on here that it is often done. I bought a bottle of SB tonight and it's completely undrinkable. (And trust me, I do not have the highest standards at the moment.) It tastes...sour and bad. I dumped my glass... Read More

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  • James Suckling left  WS...Anyone knows what going on? Read More

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  • Have being lucky enough to get some fresh Tasmanian truffles @ $2.00p/g only got a small one to begin wih at 15grms and 30 the next.I've never had fresh truffle before and must say it's an experiance and the heady aroma....amazing.I'm wondering what wine I should consume, as I now have a brie wheel which I will be cutting it in half and will gra... Read More

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  • Hello Wine Lovers,I am new on this site and would consider myself a grapenut.  I really enjoy everything from learning about how wine is made to drinking it. To All New Yorkers !!!We created a wine school at the WineSpot it's called The New Wine University 127 MacDougal Street (bet 3rd and 4th street), New York, NY  10012we have classes  on seve... Read More

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  • Step 1: Get in car.Step 2: Go here:Click here to visit the Virginia Wine Profile to get the full skinny.  You can join our group and we'll keep you posted on all the 'doins' down in Virginia.Carl does a great job over at Virginia Wine Events.  Here's his latest of mid-July wine events in the "Commonwealeth".  If you haven't visited his site yet ... Read More

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  • So I get that aerating wine makes it taste better. I don't understand the science behind it, but I generally get the concept.I'm wondering if anyone has ever tried the Venturi Wine Aerator and what your thoughts are. I bought one recently. It's fun to use, makes this cool sucking sound as the air gets pulled into the pouring wine, and is a great... Read More

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  • Hi Everyone,I'm new to the site so I'm partially just checking out how the forums work around here.  I was wondering if anyone has much experience with Napa Valley wine tasting?  I'm thinking about going with my sister soon. Can anyone make recommendations for wineries, getting to and from the wine tasting without driving ourselves, or an inexpe... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Napa Valley Wineries


  • Fanucchi Zinfandel Russian River Valley Old Vine Fanucchi Wood Road Vineyard 2005

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    Of all the Zinfandel on Wood Road Fanucchi is my favorite grower and the tiny bit they save for their own Fanucchi Vineyards brand is my favorite. They always seem to push for full ripeness with out going over the top. The 2005 has that balance of big silky tannins with ripe fruit you with out knowing better you'd guess this to be a much younge... Read More

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  • Any angelinos out there know of a store that offers more than a SINGLE bottle of beaujolais-villages on their shelves?  I've been able to come across a Burgaud Regnie at Red Carpet in Glendale, but I really want to get out there and try some of the great cru's like Moulin-a-Vent and Morgon. thanks!Xander Read More

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