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  • Pinot Noir has a long history in Sonoma County. Long before Miles and Jack left much of Santa Barbara in shambles in the movie Sideways, growers in Sonoma were working out the wheres and whys of Pinot Noir. While being famously fickle, Pinot at the same time is very expressive, potentially developing a great array of signature notes that change... Read More

    From the article Sonoma Pinot Noir

  • So, I read this article from NY Mag that has a breakdown in what one couple spent to open a wine store in Brooklyn and I was floored.  Here it is would it cost in a smaller city?  I cannot imagine having to sell 90 bottle a day to break even!!! Read More

    Forum post in the topic How Much Does it Cost to Open...

  • Soto de Torres Ibericos Tempranillo 2006


    Until now I can still remember the taste of Mas La Plana 2003. Torres is one of my favor winery in Spain. Tempranillo is the main grape used in Rioja & "Crianza" is a wine aged for at least one year in oak. In Rioja, the 2006 vintage was cooler than the riper 2005 and 2004 vintage, and many wineries took advantage to produce wine with bright,... Read More

    Wine review by bcmso

  • I've recently encountered a specific off odor in several different red wines.If I would have to describe it, I'd say it smells and tastes kind of sweaty (in a bad way), moist and just a bit rotten, almost like spoiled darker fruit. Such an odor can make you nauseous. It tends to suffocate all other, fine aromas. It's definitely not cork tainted,... Read More

    Forum post in the topic A wine fault: which one is it?

  • Grgich Hills Cabernet Sauvignon Yountville Yountville Selection 2004


    This was a very good growth year for the Napa Valley grapes. Grgich Hills' 2004 Yountville Cabernet Sauvignon drinks very nicely now. Deep, rich fruit with a dark, deep ruby color. Fine polish and nice ink on the glass. The flavor brings bold, intense fruit forward on the palate, fading to a firm, but velvety smooth finish. This wine's balan... Read More

    Wine review by LKWhipple

  • Agricole Querciabella Chianti Classico 6 2006


    Now here is a modern style Chianti that really measures up: bright red robe, lots of tobacco, cherry salad puckering tannins and good acidity - all from a fine, successful vintage from this well known producer. Unless moving upscale looking to the 7th heaven, this wine is as good as it gets for a moderate price point. Definitely Chianti with me... Read More

    Wine review by zufrieden

  • Chateau Ste. Michelle Chardonnay Canoe Ridge Vineyard Columbia Valley 2007


    Fairly smoky on the nose at first with backing notes of dried orchard fruits, butterscotch, dried grasses, and a touch of smoked ham. Rather elegant on entry with a soft touch of sweet wood adding an initial roundness to the palate feel. The mid-palate shows more obvious wood and while the wine is fresh and retains a sense of elegance it does h... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz

  • In 1976, Amerine and Roessler ( U.C. Davis professors) counseled tasters to avoid emotive and anthropomorphic terms such big, finesse, hard, intense, lingering, long, rich, silky and velvety.  They stated in their book "Wines, Their Sensory Evaluation" that these words should be avoided at all costs.  How does the forum feel of this? Read More

    Forum post in the topic wine descriptors

  • Summer bargeque and quite a bit of other stuff needs something a little tangy to "cut" (compliment) heavy meats, fried food, or sweet sauces.  A good slaw fills the role nicely.If you're pressed for time or don't like playing with sharp objects after a glass or two, buy a few bags of shredded cabbage.  If you want to get colorful and expressive,... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Cole Slaw

  • I've just returned from the International Malbec Days in Cahors, a festival meant to elevate the profile of "original" Malbec, and offer insight into the relationship between old world and new world expressions of the varietal.I'll be writing more about both the trip and the region, but for now, I wanted to offer highlights. I had limited exposu... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Cahors Malbec

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