Vintage Fine Wines

(203) 529-3023 142 Old Ridgefield Road
Willton, CT 06897
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  • Wine is not becoming too industrial. However, to explore this concept one must first understand what the word industrial means. Industrial means “of an industry”. In that sense all wine is inherently industrial because it is part of the wider wine industry. The question of if wine is becoming too industrial is then what should be explored in dep... Read More

    From the article What Savvy Wine Consumers Should Know


  • Short trip. Will be very busy but not too so to taste the wine. At Boston Logan Aitport.  Read More

    Forum post in the topic It seems I am off to France


  • Interestingly enough, was an offer from our friend Ian Cauble that falls right within this thread's discussion:  Massimo Clerico, Nebbiolo, Lessona DOC Piedmont, Italy 2008 If there is one lesson that is common amongst all the great red wines of the world, it is that nothing can substitute for optimal bottle age. You can decant a young wine t... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Italy's other Grapes


  • Planning to do some exploring into Italy's other wine varietals, those without the fanfare or popularity of Sangiovese, Nebbiolo, Barbera, and Dolcetto, etc.First up is a Ruche with a few years bottle age by Montalbera, apparently a lighter wine that was traditionally brought out for special occassions...figure this should make for a nice aperti... Read More

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  • Put all the wine at the bottom of your refrigerator? Pull as needed and allow to warm-up a bit before drinking.....Leave them out at room temp which would be 74-75 degrees for me? And give them a quick 15 min cooling before drinking.....   Read More

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  • Regardless of the Barolo's style, you'll get more of its potential out of of a 15-year-old Bordeaux or CA cab than you will out of any serious four or five year old Nebbiolo from the Piedmont. Plus if you insist on drinking 3 to 4 year old wines, how will your palate have a chance to evolve? Decanting is not the be all and end all and certainly ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What have you bought lately?


  • St. Cosme wines have gotten a ton of good press, but they haven't done it for me, even down at the CdR level, where they are pretty inexpensive.JD, I enjoyed the Ramspeck you gave me, memorable because I don't usually go for Merlot at all.  It impressed me as a really good wine for the price, a great choice if you want to have a burger or steak ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Whatcha drinking tonight?


  • GregT, agree with you completely.  Matthews isn't saying there's no influence of soil, climate, etc.  What I hear him saying is, Tell me what you mean by "terroir" and we'll test the effects.  Not something "ineffable" and, by definition or want of same, unmeasurable.  Eff "ineffable."  Because whatever the effect is, rigorous testing (or semi-r... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Was wondering if anyone's...


  • This book looks enticing but was looking for feedback from anyone who may have read it. Thanks Read More

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  • Not clear to me where, specifically, this thread is aimed. An overview of how wines mature, with particular focus on those that do well? Those that aren't closed early but do improve over time? Those that are good at first but don't improve over time? Those like Chateau Latour that remain closed for decades, only maturing after their owners get ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wines at release and down the...


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