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  • SuperTex - I used an AC to cool my wine cellar for years. Unless you build a really big cellar, the smallest AC unit you can buy is more than adequate. All cooling units work the same - there's a gas that gets compressed and then expands, taking heat from the air in one place and moving it somewhere else. So you can use a big AC unit to make a m... Read More

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  • Mr.E - 36 attendees, 4 servers, 3 cooking = 42 total people here in my backyard and garage (We empty it, clean it up, put Wine Spectator & Enthusiast mags - I was surprised that I had enough red wine glasses, thought I was going to have to dip into my AP's.There was no clear cut food entree serving that was heads above the other two.  People fig... Read More

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  • August 12 NYC Rosé Rooftop Crawl Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wine-party-nyc-rose-wine-rooftop-crawl-tickets-26828483717Wine Lovers of NYC and Rooftop Crawl invite you to a fantastic tour of two Manhattan rooftop bars where you can meet amazing fellow wine lovers, enjoy two complimentary rosé drinks (one at each rooftop bar) made usi... Read More

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  • Unlimited Pours of 7 Wines with DinnerRegister at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/prix-fixe-dinner-with-wine-pairing-at-capital-grille-wall-street-tickets-26760183429Wine Lovers of NYC is excited to offer a great wine and food pairing at the Capital Grille Wall Street on August 9. For $90 (tax and gratuity included) you will have a prix-fixe meal (... Read More

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  • There are a number of different pests and diseases that affect vineyards worldwide and each presents a different challenge depending on the climate and growing practices of that region. These viticultural criminals that affect grapevines come in several different forms including insects, bacteria, viruses, and fungi. To be considered a “most wan... Read More

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  • JD, my quick take on Cavallotto:  They use rotovinifiers, but are otherwise very traditional.  We walked through Bricco Boschis a lot because our accommodations were right next door.  (The place we stayed is where I thought they should bring in an outside winemaker, if I recall correctly:  It's called Tenuta Montanello and has good land, borderi... Read More

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  • It would have been nice to have a few more folks, since we like to get together with as many of you as we can.  We certainly had enough wine, thanks to JD. I'd say, yes, it's infanticide to drink 04 and 06 Barolo, but I think it drinks well younger, better than it used to, because some of what made it tough was faults in wine making.  Long macer... Read More

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  • "Think again: Almost all the European wines are grown on land that has been vineyard forever."Well since a) Roman times or b) the Middle Ages or c) post Industrial Revolution expansion, you take your pick. Definitely lush forests before that (at least in the first two cases), even if without redwoods. Guess we could talk about Chateau Musar--whe... Read More

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  • Hello everyone, I am relatively new to wine collecting and I'd like to establish a storage area in my house to store and age wine.I have a unique space in my house that would be really cool to convert to a "wine cellar", but I'm not sure how to prepare it. It is a space under my stairs, that is built out as a small storage room. My kids have use... Read More

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  • This isn't so much an absolute no-no, but points to another issue with wine storage: ambient odors. In one sense a cigar thermidor and wine cellar have similar needs: sufficient humidity. But thermidors require even more than a wine cellar, and generally function well at higher temperatures. Anyway, my point is you don't really want the pungency... Read More

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