I bought this bottle of wine from the website www.confitdirect.co.uk for £16.Jurancon is an appellation created in 1936 for both dry [sec] and sweet white wines from 25 communes around the village of that name. This is located a couple of miles south o...
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Rene Mure is my man fro Alsace - ´I´ve tasted a lot of wines from Alsace and none beats Muré. His Riesling is so straight and wonderfull that it can be enjoyed young with a lot of citrous and fruit - and when they get older the get petrolium bourqet an...
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If in the States right now I'd definitely be buying off this list. Really do like Chambers Street. How many of these were you drinking over in Italy, Fox?The non-Italians are mouth-watering, too. More Cellar Search ResultsWe've finished inventory and have turned up some more interesting bottles - at interesting prices.Click to view up-to-date in... Read More
It was indeed a great trip although I did get rained on a couple of timesI have already written reviews on here for three wines I was served with my evening meals;Saumur Champigny Tradition Domaine de Bonneliere 2012Boulaouane Vin du Maroc NVCotes de Bordeaux La Rose Bellvue Blaye 2013On the other couple of other evenings I just had a 'pichet' o... Read More
It being earth day tomorrow I thought this would be a fine time to explore ... ... Department Whole Foods Sec Wines Natural Wine....Why the Hubbub Eric Asimov, one of this country’s most insightful wine writers, recently published an article in his New York Times column, The Pour, about the hot button issue of “natural wine.” Why in the wor... Read More
Since in another thread we've been getting sillier and sillier, I thought I'd bring some spillover into a new thread.What wine goes in the location shown below? My first choice would be something else (margaritas; or Pacifico, even Tecate with a 100% agave tequila or mescal shot backing it up--alternatively even Negro Modelo or Bohemia darker br... Read More
Looking at the Boordy website to get an idea on what they produce... What wines does your Wife enjoy? Is it the Just for Fun Lineup? If that's the case then you were correct in calling it fake wine. The problem I see is that if that's what she likes and you buy a refined wine for V-Day she may not like it. If it is the sweetness that she enjoys ... Read More
Hello, I am new to this and looking to learn. My wife and I are going away for valentine's day and I am looking to suprise her with a good wine. I know little about wines however like the tatse of wine. my wife drinks wine and knows little, she likes boordy wine which is local and fruity. My opinion is its a fake wine. I am looking for a... Read More
I recently was lucky enough to have a day and a half free in California’s wine country and given the timing, it was in fact just last week, I took advantage of my time as appropriately as possible. I went sparkling wine tasting! I am just as bad as the next guy when it comes to sparkling wines. Thinking about them only rarely, and mostly towards... Read More
So here's an idea, but you kind of have to jump in feet first: Introduce the Mrs to either Vouvray wines in the demi-sec or sweet range. If she likes the flavors, you can move to drier chenin blanc. But chenin can be tough--it's really high in acid. So, instead, try her on some spatlese or auslese rieslings in the sweeter range. Then try a ... Read More
Sorry I didn't take the time to read a lot of the intros. but as far as green goes, think a summer lawn in my knowledge of wines and the different kinds of them. I like to drink everyday beers you can get anywhere but I am sick of it. As newbies my wife refuses to drink any wine that not is sweet, and I know that your idea and mine or hers may d... Read More
I'm hosting a BBQ dinner party and one of courses is smoked brisket with a sweet, tangy, pretty spicey BBQ sauce. Wanting to explore outside of the Riesling realm, and I already have beer covered in another course, I find suggestions of fruity Shiraz and Zinfandel. Thoughts, recommendations ? Read More