Classic Wines

(706)453-4180 1210 Commerce Dr # 115
Greensboro, Utrecht
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  • You can visit this link to get yourself registered, peruse the catalog for what I think are some good values, and pool your resources with your friends to take advantage of the market as it be for something a bit higher on the food chain than what you may be used to.Or, for some of us, pay less for what you have become accustomed to ;).www.morre... Read More

    Forum post in the topic ~ Morrell Wine Auctions ~...

  • When I think of Sonoma, my thoughts naturally drift off to the great wines that so many of us enjoy. Pinot Noir has become somewhat of a poster child for Sonoma’s red wines -- just think of the Sonoma Coast and Russian River Valley and the first thought that comes to mind may very well be Pinot. (If it’s not, you may want to check out my previou... Read More

    From the article Sonoma Zinfandel

  • just tried Earthquake cabernet sauvignon 2006.  really enjoyed the wine.  just couldn't understand the 15% alcohol?  my first high alc. wine was Rosenblum petit syrah.  loved it but the alcohol in the 15+!?  is it not possible to get the flavors without it? Read More

    Forum post in the topic why 15% Alc. ?

  • As many of you know, I am a big fan of the wines of the village of Verduno. I was introduced to this small hamlet largely because of the wines that Fabio Alessandria has been making in modest cellars at Burlotto. While the premises and actual cellar may be modest -- and while we're at it, so is Fabio -- the wines are simply spectacular.The wines... Read More

    From the article Burlotto in 2010

  • Miguel Torres Penedès Gran Coronas Mas Rabell de Fontenac 1983


    Old bootle forgotten in the cellar which has survived several moves.I'm not used to drink wine as old and I have rarely enjoyed my previous experiences. I of course fear of a wine past.Color advanced, orange. The shine is gone. The nose is pleasant, slightly sweet, not aggressive acidity. The classic notes of wines from more than 20 years: the r... Read More

    Wine review by cyril

  • I was fortunate to be invited to the Weekend of Grand Amateurs tasting in Bordeaux this past month, and while I do indeed look forward to tasting the much-heralded 2009s in such a format, this year's focus was the less acclaimed -- and often maligned -- 2007 vintage.2007 is a vintage defined by its weather, in more ways than one. Not only does t... Read More

    From the article 2007 Bordeaux: Petits Chateaux

  • We are all hearing a lot about Malbec these days, and with good reason. The combination of cool mountain breezes and copious sunshine has thrust Malbec from the Argentine Andes into the spotlight! While there is a world of wine beyond Malbec, any discussion of Argentine wine really needs to at least touch on this noble grape.  Whether you are lo... Read More

    From the article Explore Argentina with Trapiche

  • With yesterday’s official beginning of summer, it's about time I take a look at some of the white wines we will all be reaching for over the coming months. I know it’s really easy to harsh on Chardonnay, everyone does it -- yours truly included -- but the truth is there's plenty of excellent Chardonnay floating around in today’s market. Some of ... Read More

    From the article Summer Chardonnay Round-up

  • Il Molino di Grace Chianti Classico 2005


    Frank Grace and Gerhard Hirmer of Molino di Grace offered their first Chianti Classico with the modest production year of 1998. With total production potential of 130,000 bottles (about 11,000 cases), the team chose to limit their offering to just a few wines that best show the potential of the terroir and the winemaking team.The 2005 Chianti Cl... Read More

    Wine review by dalluva

  • Mastrojanni Sangiovese Grosso 2004


    Andrea Machetti and team at Mastrojanni make a solid line of Brunello and Rosso wines, and their Brunello di Montalcino DOCG 2004 has a deep, concentrated garnet red color with a classic Brunello nose of tobacco, pepper, ripe black cherry and even a touch of roasted chestnut. With the presence of well-integrated tannins, I recommend you lay this... Read More

    Wine review by dalluva

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