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  • Those with even an inkling of desire for wine can admit that describing mouthful of vino is nearly an impossible task: words don’t always express the soul of a glass of red, white or rosé. Earlier this week wine writer Steve Heimoff discussed on his website his own treasure hunt for the perfect word to describe the all-encompassing nature of the... Read More

    From the article Terroir, Cru or Ambiente: Nouning The Totality of Wine

  • Update, day 3, part 1I must start this post by saying that I don’t generally gravitate toward Zins, but yesterday’s visits may have helped to change my mind. As wine journalist Randy Caporoso said, there’s a reason why nobody ever tried to pull out these old vines. The fruit they produce is just too good.The day began with visits to four differe... Read More

    Forum post in the topic A Journey through Lodi

  • Amid a tongue-twisting litany of Italian wine varietal minutiae leading his recent article in Australia’s Financial Review, wine and drinks writer Tim White offered the wine-drinking masses a unique look into the emergence of Italian wines in the Land Down Under. White pointed out that Australia’s Chalmers nursery is exerting “pioneering efforts... Read More

    From the article Want Italian Wine in Australia ? Italophile Says The Time Is Now

  • Hi everyone, This thread is dedicated to your thoughts about the wines of Lodi, more specifically for those who attend next week's virtual tasting. Here is a link to the virtual tasting page: tasting will take place next Wednesday, June 3rd, at 8:30pm Eastern/5:30pm Pacific.         ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic A Journey through Lodi

  • Oregon’s wine families scoured the state fifty years ago looking for the perfect Pinot Noir site. They found it in the Willamette Valley, The Oregonian reporter Molly Harbarger said in an atricle this week. Fifty years later, the Pinot market is booming. “The founding families of Oregon Pinot Noir scoured the Pacific Northwest to find the perfec... Read More

    From the article Golden Anniversary: Pinot Noir Celebrates 50th Year in Oregon

  • The craft-made bandwagon in South Africa has plenty of room. The country’s wine industry has taken advantage of the extra seats, hopping on with all it’s might and promoting the supposed artisan nature of its products. Business Day Live reporter Michael Fridjhon isn’t buying it, though.  “The wine industry has not been able to resist the easy mo... Read More

    From the article South African Craft Wine Movement More Talk Than Taste?

  • Tonight we celebrated Sandra's parents 59th wedding anniversary (the actual day was yesterday but I was busy with my 'Cat Tuesday' activities) by taking them out for dinner at Pane Vino in Lorton, VA.  It's their favorite restaurant right now and conveniently close by.  Being Wednesday it was half-price wine bottle night, so we chose a Chianti C... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Weekday Wines

  • Hong Kong has long been on the cutting edge of pricey wine auctions and lofty vino ambitions, while China as a whole has lagged behind.  This month South China Morning Post’s Post Magazine featured Chateau Margaux’s Thibault Pontallier in a question-and-answer session about the state of the Hong Kong/Chinese wine scene, as well as how the vino a... Read More

    From the article Chateau Margaux Exec Gives Insight on Hong Kong, Chinese Wine Scene

  • You know it’s bad when Anheuser-Busch, the grandaddy of all beer companies, sounds the alarm. Morgan Stanley recently released a report detailing the changing preferences of America’s newest generation of quaffers, noting how their preference for wine is starting to infringe on long-held beer territory. “Millennials are increasingly moving away ... Read More

    From the article Thank You Beery Much: Millennials Shunning Suds for Vino

  • History would advise against crossing a powerful Russian politician. The tiny country of Georgia learned this lesson nearly a decade ago when a spat between then president Mikheil Saakashvili and Russian president Vladimir Putin resulted in a political jab which hurt Georgia in the short-term, but proved to be a significant boost in the long-run... Read More

    From the article Georgian Winemakers to Putin: Thanks for the Cold Shoulder, Vlad

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