Good Grapes

(847)446-8000 Postbus 87, 2990 AB Barendrecht
Barendrecht, 60022
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  • v v,  yes, I agree, that Merry Edwards is a bit spendy.  I looked it up in my archives, and I paid $54 for that Georgeanne PN at the winery in 2012.  Buying at the winery is never the cheapest.  However, I do think this was as good a PN as I have ever tasted.  So, I'm OK with it.  Keep in mind, now, I am not a PN fan.  So, what most people think... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Whatcha drinking tonight?


  • "The fact is that Chardonnay by itself is a relatively insipid grape..."Perhaps 'malleable' is a better word, with an underlying structure that can lend itself to greatness when handled suitably? If we get into comparisons between grapes that might or might not be 'insipid' vs. 'distinctive', the hammer of judgment regarding drinkable/enjoyable/... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Unoaked vs Oaked Chardonnay


  • In defense of Oaked and Buttery Chardonnays I must say that "I like it".  I know the trend is for the unoaked stainless steel ferment to be on the rise and people are saying that they prefer it over the "Other kind". That may be the trend but the Oaked and Buttery varieties are still my favorites although the unoaked brands are ok also.So in fin... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Unoaked vs Oaked Chardonnay


  • RBA, that Liquid Farm is not cheap but IMHO is definitely worth a taste (or two). I opened this on a week day since we just got back from our Oregon trip very late the night before and it still kind of felt like the end of a weekend. Not sure if there are any wine shops in VA that carry the LF but you can always click on your link above and hit ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Weekday Wines


  • This is the time of the year that you see a slew of rosé wine reviews, as the summer is known as pink wine season. This is underscored by the fact that most wineries release their rosés in the spring no doubt in an effort to latch on to the popular sentiment. For years, I refused to buy into to the “summer means rosé” mindset as I firmly believe... Read More

    From the article It's Time to Get Serious About Rose


  • Fiercely protective of its name and history, the Champagne region of France has been a sublime stalwart of sparkling wine production for decades.While some may deride the region for being too snooty, respecters of wine and all things sparkling will be quick to point out Champagne's dedication to excellence is now a certified obsession.This past ... Read More

    From the article A Bubbly Cheers for Heritage: Champagne Lands UNESCO Designation


  • Orange wine is something I feel I have read about more often than I have seen it in the past few years. It is definitely not on every wine list I encounter nor is it taking up a lot of shelf space in the places where I buy wine. When the opportunity for a taste has arisen usually as a temporary novelty on a wine bar list, I am always eager to tr... Read More

    From the article Ditch Your Rose: Orange Wine Is Burning Hot


  • Mark, never had a straight up Teroldego but have had it in a blend, nothing to write home about.JD, have also have a fair share of ho-hum viognier, but have also had some that were really good. Just have to keep searching.Now I know Cali sauvignon blanc is about as basic and (sometimes) mundane as it gets but this one is made by a winery about 2... Read More

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


  • Wine travel never gets old. Your experience can vary from place to place; from vintage to vintage. By now you’ve seen or heard of many wine destinations, and you’re probably wondering what’s next. Good news: There’s a new generation of winemakers quietly working together while the next big wine destination evolves at their doorsteps. The camarad... Read More

    From the article We Found the Next Wine Lover's Paradise


  • How many female winemakers and vineyard owners do you know? A few months ago, Christy Canterbury introduced some ladies of the Langhe. Female winemakers in Piedmont have changed the conservative winemaking landscape to one that is inclusive of women. France is no different. This piece examines five scintillating wines from a group called the Fem... Read More

    From the article A Question of Women in Wine


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