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  • Yesterday, being a beautiful Saturday here in Northern Virginia, started with a ... a Macallan 12-year sherry cask scotch for the finish.  Sandra had The Temperance cocktail with her meal.  No, she didn't have alligator too!  We did share the fried pickles which were delicious.  At the Woolly Mammoth theater, they had a Ford's Theater broadside... Read More

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  • EMARK - I'd been drinking wine for 5-6 years by then so it wasn't ... ...  I bought my 1st  Cask 123 that year.It will be interesting to read the other replies.  Pa Read More

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  • I remember mine completely, just  like it was yesterday, all except for the producer which I think was Tyrrell, but after 40+ yrs the name has faded.  What remains vivid is the experience.  The place was in Freemantle, just outside Perth, in 1976.  Hungry for a good meal, myself and 2 friends chanced upon this spot.  It was owned by a WW2 refuge... Read More

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  • Inglenook Cabernet Sauvignon Rutherford Cask 2010


    Excellent. Smooth. Very surprised how much I enjoyed this. Read More

    Wine review by runningbear

  • Damn, you're still drinking that Madiran after it's been open for two ... contributing to the vinegar cask. But glad to see you contributing to the cause of wine scienc Read More

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  • I find my 1995 Madiran a bit dry/tart for my taste and am considering blending the remaining four bottles with a Cabernet.  Any objections?  Suggestions?  March 25, 2016  Read More

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  • When I first became interested in wine I used to get Brunello di Montalcino and ... a minimum of 2 years in oak casks followed by a minimum of 4 months in the bottle. I tasted some super Brunello’s over my two day visit but, I asked, what happens if a fruit-starved vintage can’t handle two years in cask? The answer came back quickly, “such wine... Read More

    From the article The Montalcino Wine Detective

  • Port is a category of wine that conjures up different images depending on your ... (4 to 6 years on average in cask) and are ready to drink upon release. The prices are also much lower, often between $20 and $30. These are rich wines, loaded with fruit. They’re often big and ripe but not over the top. In short they offer a ton of hedonistic dr... Read More

    From the article Undervalued Wine Categories: Late Bottled Vintage Port

  • Greg, great post from earlier this month, which I somehow missed until now. You ... be eligible for the vinegar cask, or direct use as salad dressing. Open a cheap bottle, perhaps red to start with, drink a bit, then let it stay open for days. Try it in a week or two, and see if it doesn't seem like it might at that point best be used in a ligh... Read More

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  • DM, your description of the the malady that has hit your office sounds exactly ... Rubicon/Inglenook/Niebaum Cask Somehow Coppola's name does not appear on this.This is another one that I bought at Costco--a few years ago.  A very civilised Cabernet Sauvignon.  Very light on the cassis fruit.  Mid-palate earthiness--dare I say "Rutherford Dust... Read More

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