Classic Wines

(706)453-4180 1210 Commerce Dr # 115
Greensboro, Utrecht
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  • Red wine should be served at room temperature. Or should it? This is one of 12 wine facts listed on a recent post by Spanish wine website Vinetur in which wine myths, truths and falsehoods were examined to determine reader expertise.  “We're always talking more about wine, but what do we really know about them,” the story began. The list started... Read More

    From the article A Game of True & False: Spanish Wine Website Tests Readers' Wits


  • Rioja remains one of the very last bastions of value when it comes to traditionally styled wines. However, it offers consumers considerably more than that: it affords consumers the chance to purchase aged wines that are ready to drink at prices that make them undeniable bargains. But today that is not what I want to talk about. I’m still going t... Read More

    From the article Rioja Wines are Brimming with Value


  • I’m part Irish, but I’m not sure how much. I’m not Catholic and my surname is decidedly English. But the family tree has branches throughout the British Isles and I sit here today with blond hair, a red beard, freckles, and the inability to get a tan. On top of that, my grandmother plays about a dozen instruments and has often gone to Ireland to... Read More

    From the article Switch Things Up: St. Patrick's Day Wines


  • It's been said that Greeks are the biggest fans of Greek wine and that the rest of the world isn't missing out on anything if they say no to vino from the land of Mt. Olympus. However, a recent story by The Wall Street Journal wine guru Will Lyons said that it may be time to rethink what you known  (and don't know) about the many-isled Mediterra... Read More

    From the article Greek Means Good: WSJ Reporter Hails Ancient Country's Wines


  • JD, found this on the internet:Method Ancestral This method, which can be quite difficult to control, is still used in the French appellations of Limoux, Gaillac, Bugey and Cerdon…It is likely that this was the first method developed for making effervescent/sparkling wines. Phase 1 :Making the base wineClassic techniques for making still, half-f... Read More

    Forum post in the topic And now for something...


  • It always seemed odd to us that in Piemonte, the land of Barolo, the King of Wines and the Wine of Kings, we would always find a bottle of Barbera in front of us on the table. The answer was and is simple: Barbera is bountiful, versatile, delicious and moderate in price. The Piemontesi drink more reds than whites and almost 50% of the reds that ... Read More

    From the article The Rising Tide of Barbera


  • Well, I really wanted to take it down to Florida, but no visit is in the cards so . . .Plus I needed something to stand up to venison Bourguignon and it seemed just right. Plus there were three of us so we needed that bottle.Anyhow, the RdD was awesome. In fact, Friday I did a blind tasting of Napa vs RdD and this was coincidentally a continuati... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Very very nice... Wanna Share??


  • If you own this Bottle and would like to share it in 20 years or so...??? contact me ASAP2010 Paul Hobbs Beckstoffer to To-Kalon; Wow. Read More

    Forum post in the topic Very very nice... Wanna Share??


  • The next time you visit Barcelona, Spain, get yourself into the mountainous vineyard regions of Priorat and Montsant, just a short drive from this beautiful Mediterranean city. “Which region is which?” This may sound crazy but think of the regions as a fried egg! The yolk is Priorat, the surrounding egg white is Montsant. Not very technical I ag... Read More

    From the article Ride the Roller Coaster Vines: Priorat to Montsant


  • This is a great moment to marvel at the sheer beauty of Italy’s unfathomably old vines in combination with volcanic soils: February is Italian Wine Appreciation Month on Snooth! The Etruscans and Greeks began planting vines in Italy around 2 BCE, and the native grapes have adapted extraordinarily well to changing soils over the past several thou... Read More

    From the article February is Italian Wine Appreciation Month


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