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  • A new one for me tonight, one of the more pleasing Italian whites I've had, though admittedly I haven't tried too many. This was clear and brisk, but with a mineral, and slightly chalky edge that I enjoyed. The fruit was pretty lean in flesh, though it sported some agreeable ripeness.Mastroberardino Greco di Tufo (Restaurant BTG, forgot to ask t... Read More

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  • Vino beat me to it. WTF is 'vegetarian abalone'? I understand all the sustainability issues (growing up in Ventura/SBarbara back when it was the 'steak' we went out to eat more often than beef), but really, why the culinary transference? Read More

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  • Santa Julia Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

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    The look of this one is ever so slightly opaque, rusty red/brown in color and with residual sugars & skin pigments about. Aromas are fruity and deep, with reminders of blackberry, currant, subdued spicy peppercorn, and Earthy tones like soil and pine needle. The flavors are dark, and of dried black fruits (plum, berries, and prune), leather, pe... Read More

    Wine review by chriscage


  • Sounds like a good food wine, Vino. Canaries are a place I've enjoyed visiting in the past. Nice to sit on a terrace in the sun surrounded by semi-tropical vegetation enjoying a cool sea breeze, eating fresh seafood, fruits and veggies, and drinking wine with refreshing acidity while letting your eyes caress verdant hillsides in the foreground a... Read More

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  • Texas wines are comical. Had a thread or two several years ago where we ... ... ... that will blow a hole in Vino's 'Different' thread.  ;-(Niagara Bench has produced drinkable wines, all the above still undoubtedly true. Was thinking of the mountains west of Tokyo where they've been growing wine for well more than a century but still haven't... Read More

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  • Here's the story by Vine Pair, which has made for some decent reads from my Facebook feed of late. Lots of interesting regions named here from China to Brazil to Texas. The other domestic region being North Virginia. Nearby, there's Baja and Canada.Tasmania and Croatia we've heard about for a while longer, and seem to have a bit more Cree than t... Read More

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  • There's too much group think and gathering around the known and popular campfires in wine geekery for my tastes. That's why I like Vino's 'something different' thread on these boards so much. Same old, same old within relatively narrow ranges can get stultifying, even if some of the landmarks within range are damned delicious. Variety definitely... Read More

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  • One of my few discoveries this year has been CA Viognier of all things.As per usual, someone on WB posted the details of the latest Dirty & Rowdy release, and at first glance, it seemed like a release I wouldn't be interested in....then I got to remembering a 2014 Kamen Viognier that a friend opened recently (in India nonetheless), and how surpr... Read More

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  • I was round at a mate’s house recently and he opened a bottle of Vin Santo. I’d forgotten how good this Italian sweetie is!Vin Santo is not so well known and is not cheap but boy, it is good! This unfortified sweet white wine is produced in the vineyards of Pomino, Carmignano, Bolgheri, Chianti Classico and Montepulciano in Italy’s picturesque T... Read More

    From the article It's the right time for sweet wine.


  • Sangiovese is touted as the most widely planted grape variety in Italy. It is most frequently associated with Tuscany; being the catalyst for Brunello, Chianti, and Vino Nobile de Montepulciano. However, Sangiovese is as much at home in Romagna as it is in Tuscany. In fact, according to the Consorzio Vini di Romagna, pre-historic evidence sugges... Read More

    From the article There's another side to Sangiovese wines.


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