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  • "artigiano viticoltore"One of the great things about travelling through a wine region is the sense of discovery one gets. It is rare in these times to actually discover much of anything, other than wines new to ones self, but there are always exceptions. Of course a real discovery would be to find someone doing things out side the norm and perha... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Eugenio Rosi - Trentino's...


  • One used to be able to count on Barolo, that exceptionally fine Piedmontese red wine made from Nebbiolo, being exceptional maybe 3 times a decade. In the past 10 years however we have been blessed with an string of vintages that has been unparelled in history. 1998 had the distinct misfortune of falling after the over acclaimed 1997s and the equ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic 1998 in Piedmont - A lost...


  • So it's getting to be that time again. The wine boards are buzzing with questions about what the Wine Spectators wine of the year might be. traditionally the WOTY tends to get a 25% bump in price over night as the crowds vie for the remaining bottle languishing on retailers shelves. For fun lets take a look at the wines of the year that have com... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wine Spectator Wine of the Year?


  • With the daily polls touting candidate's ups and downs, state by state, coast to coast, and with my fellow guest blogging Canadian's recent statistical look at the Sonoma County Harvest fair wine awards, I thought I would follow trend and report on Harvest 2008, by the numbers.   So, no photographs to illustrate what has been going on this vinta... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Harvest by the numbers


  • I can't find the ideal match though I haven't strayed from dry whites and reds yet. Correct me if I'm wrong but aged brie has a bit of that moldiness that almost reminds me of TCA. Who wants a wine that complements TCA? If wine did go with TCA then cork taint wouldn't be a fault! Anyway maybe I should venture into the sweeter realm since bluevei... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What wine for Brie?


  • With the daily polls touting candidate's ups and downs, state by state, coast to coast, and with my fellow guest blogging Canadian's recent statistical look at the Sonoma County Harvest fair wine awards, I thought I would follow trend and report on Harvest 2008, by the numbers.   So, no photographs to illustrate what has been going on this vinta... Read More

    From the article Harvest by the numbers


  • Hi all! I've just joined the site and love it so far! I'm in the position where I would love to start cellaring some wines. I figured since I'm new to the cellaring game, it might be fitting to find some talented wine by some talented young makers/wineries to start the ball rolling. Perhaps there are some bargains to be had at the same time?? I... Read More

    Forum post in the topic New exciting wines for a new...


  • Way back in June, we talked about running a little experiment. The details are here. The basic idea was to test how light and heat effected wine.We used the 2006 Kenwood Sauvignon Blanc for the test. The control wine stayed in my wine fridge. The heat struck wine sat in a closed space outside, exposed to heat but not light. The light struck wine... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Struck By The Light


  • I am always on the lookout for the GOOD quaffable wines under 7.00 a bottle. I have a series going for my website and eventual publication...Wines for the New Depression. I credit the wine store/website/individual that points me toward the reccomendation via a link. Thanks...Karl Wilderwww.fusiononthefly.com Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wines for the new Depression


  • Wines tried:2004 Castello di Volpaia Chianti Classico Riserva 91pts2005 Castello di Volpaia Coltassala 93pts2004 Castello di Volpaia Balifico 90ptsI had dinner last night with young Nicolo Mascheroni Stianti; currently working the US markets trying to get the word out about his families wines. We shared bottles of Castello di Volpaia wines and t... Read More

    Forum post in the topic A few from Castello di Volpaia


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