By the Bottle

(248)344-8992 25875 Novi Rd # 150
Novi, MI 48375-1680
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  • EM - Yes, lots of older riders have their bikes shipped out to some place near Sturgis, but when I do that event, I will ride there.  It will just have to be a two or three week vacation, that's all.  One reason we are driving to Wyoming this year is to see the 'fly-over' portion of the country that we haven't seen.  We have driven quite a bit o... Read More

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  • Round 3  - The BordelaisFirstly - The French know how to charge!!!But - they do make some seriously good stuffMy comments need to be prefaced by the fact the Bordeaux all have age which makes comparison with others challengingLatour 3rd wine - 2010 Great vintage very good  55%CS 44.5% M 0.5%CF having had the pleasure of drinking a 53 Latour a co... Read More

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  • Round 1 = 3 x NZ and 1 x South AfricanThe Man o War is from Waiheke Island near Auckland is a Bordeaux Blend and is Merlot and Cabernet Franc dominantI very nice easy to drink red wine surprisingly fresh for its 6 years probably should be drank by 2020 but certainly a nice startThe Te Mata Estate is from Hawkes Bay 54 CS 36 Mer 10 CFLots of nice... Read More

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  • Costes de Beyrac Buzet 2014

    Snoothrank:

    I bought this bottle of wine from a shop in London's Kensington [www.nicolas.com ] for £8.50. It is from the Buzet appellation.This appellation was created in 1973 [although there has been winemaking here for many centuries ] for red,white and rose wines made from similar grape varieties as the Bordeaux appellation to the north,from 27 communes ... Read More

    Wine review by duncan 906


  • Great responses from you guys.  I too love the Spanish wines and find their price point here on the east coast to be quite a good deal.  I think I first started with Spanish wines at the Jaleo's restaurants in Crystal City (Arlington VA) and Washington DC.  Now I did drink the second bottle you see at the opening of this topic.  This $15 wine wa... Read More

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  • Sometimes we get used to paying upwards of $100 for a nice bottle of wine from the wine shop.  Those are the 'good days' that we want to remember, but soon you notice your bank account is dropping faster than Trumps approval rating, so you start looking for more value-oriented wines that are tasty in their own right.When you find a nice wine tha... Read More

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  • Last night Matt Denny and I attended the Napa Grape Growers Association Annual Dinner at The Ranch Winery in St Helena. As wine events go is was kinda typical with a reception hour followed by introductions, Grower of the Year Award presentation and dinner. Just a bit more upscale than my Sonoma events. Wines poured by the glass during the recep... Read More

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  • Ah, the Campesino wines.  I am on the mailing list but I have not purchased from them yet.So, I did a little research.  Of course you guys are generally right, but my generalized thinking isn't far off the mark either due to the abundance of cheaper Zinfandel wines.  Here is an forum posting that you can read further if you go to this link.Aging... Read More

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  • "In the meet, not the fat."  Wait, you introduce yourself by biting them? ;-)Okay, last night we had pan fried fish (wife says it's sauteed, but that's just to distinguish from deep-fried, I say).  So I had a bottle of Picpoul de Pinet cold, and that was just great.  Here's the label:Bought this to round out a half case and get my 10% discount a... Read More

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  • Battaglini Estate Wines Zinfandel Russian River Valley Twin Pines Vineyards 2004

    Snoothrank:

    Fruity nose, but with noticeable alcohol. A LOT of red fruitraspberry, cherry, stone fruit--on entry. Then you are smacked by alcoholhot and bitter. I bought this bottle at an Italian deli a couple weeks ago. It has probably been laying on the shelf there for 5 or 6 years. So, it is entirely possible that the compromised storage has forced t... Read More

    Wine review by EMark


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