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(701)652-3564 1214 Main Street
Carrington, ND 58421-1902
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  • Nice pics. Regarding the temps, I think part of the problem is that your heading says "Wine storage temps" but only the first two points talk, about storage, the rest of them talk about serving temps. Not to nit-pick, but the first one is wrong, the second partly true but really, for long-term wine storage you want something south of 60 degrees ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Newbie Wino with a lot to share!


  • Emark - what you describe is exactly what you would do when you present your wines to Robert Parker or another critic who doesn't taste blind. You open a half dozen or more at say, six, five, four, three, two hours before and taste to see which one is best and that's the one you show if you want to get the best score. Actually, you will have don... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Newbie Wino with a lot to share!


  • Hello! I have always liked a bit of wine, but I never considered it more than something cheap in a bar to get drunk on until quite recently when I started researching the power of decanting. Since then, I have been hooked, and have since been writing blogs about the topic! I find these blogs a really good way to actually see if what I have learn... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Newbie Wino with a lot to share!


  • Liberation is here.Men long wanting to drink pink wine in the open – unashamedly, without limit and with great enthusiasm – may now have their moment in the rose-tinted sunlight according to a recent post on the blog of popular magazine Details.In the story, writer Chloe Wyma posits that rosé's rise to popularity has become so ubiquitous that th... Read More

    From the article "It's Kind of Like the Beer of Wine": Bros not Bashful About Rose


  • Few things better represent the art of winemaking more than the image of oak wine barrel racks inside a picturesque château, as they lovingly age the sweet juices that will one day be poured into our glasses. It’s an Old World image that reminds us to respect the timeless task of winemaking. While there are many types of wood barrels in which wi... Read More

    From the article Go New Oak or Go Home


  • I'm a long-time lurker (and appreciator) of this forum, but this is my first post.  Thanks, in advance, for your help, and for all of the other good advice I've found here in the past.LAST WEEKI got a fantastic deal on a 1995 bottle from what I believed (and still believe, I hope) to be a reputable online seller.  Here are the photos that accomp... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Bottle Damage - need some...


  • Bitter is the first half of every bottle of wine in Ireland.  Earlier this week, The Independent’s Aideen Sheehan revealed new numbers which show that half of what Irish wine drinkers pay for their vino goes directly to the government to cover a bouquet of taxes.  “Over €5 from a typical €10 bottle goes in excise duty and tax and this has soared... Read More

    From the article Irish Tea Party? Emerald Isle Ire Over Wine Tax


  • Dear CommunityToday I want to introduce you(sorry for my bad english) to a very special winery namely namely the estate of Burg Hornberg in Germany, the second oldest vineyard in the world. Prior to short what the situation and cultivation. Then on the actual wine.All vines grow on limestone soils that are very stony and therefore need a strong ... Read More

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  • Mildew and black rot, your days may be numbered.  Dennis Gray, a developmental biologist from the University of Florida and its Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, is using a technique called “precision breeding” to create vines which are resistant to mildew and fungus. “According to Gray, precision breeding simply takes one or two desi... Read More

    From the article Supervines? Florida Researcher Using Science to Strengthen Grapes


  • Dear CommunityToday I want to introduce you(sorry for my bad english) to a very special winery namely namely the estate of Burg Hornberg in Germany, the second oldest vineyard in the world. Prior to short what the situation and cultivation. Then on the actual wine.All vines grow on limestone soils that are very stony and therefore need a strong ... Read More

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