Vintage Fine Wines

(203) 529-3023 142 Old Ridgefield Road
Willton, CT 06897
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  • Well, to start with, it makes life exciting for both producers, sometimes dangerously so, as well as consumers. One of the huge fallacies of the 100-point system, for example (though any rating system is equally incapable of quantifying a vintage), is that a vintage is something that is ratable using an uninformative absolute scale.Vintages cert... Read More

    From the article Vintage Variation


  • Given NG's Californian Cab thread had morphed into Sparkling, I thought maybe that was a good time to take the interesting stuff coming through into its own thread.So I will start with the following sort of recapChampagne is a bit like Burgundy in that it is clearly leading the world in its reputation even in the places where local equivalents a... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Champagne and all things...


  • Yes, that Cavit. And what the hell am I doing writing about Cavit, you might ask? Well, the truth is, being a Trentino boy, there’s some hometown pride involved here, as well as a bit of honest-to-goodness wine curiosity. Why should anyone be curious about Cavit? Good question thanks, let me answer that.Simply put, Cavit is, has been, and will r... Read More

    From the article A Visit to Cavit


  • Think I just had the best QPR wine of my young career tonight, a 2006 Bodegas Luberrie Rioja Biga. Bought at a local wine shop...was just browsing actually while my wife was having her nails done and noticed this was an (ST 90), and the only couple reviews on CT were very good.  Definitely did not disappoint, in fact for $16.99 this is the most ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Best Rioja's Under $20?


  • I hesitated in starting this topic, as I truly believe all wines should pair well to at least some foods.  We all experience a pleasure from those perfect pairings that we discover.. matches made in heaven :-)But what about sipping wine?  And what does that mean to people?   Here in California, it is NOT uncommon to pop open a bottle of wine to ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic "Food" wine vs. "sipping" wine


  • I did enjoy Gregory Del Piaz's article on this subject.I am a Brit who visits France about once a year and usually hits a supermarket in or near Calais on the way home.l frequently buy Cahors.which I like and not only because it is cheap and I have never found it too tannic.I also often buy Corbierres,an appellation not mentioned in the article,... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Affordable French Wines


  • One topic leads to another! How many of you think cork taint is less common than it was a few years ago? I think things have gotten better and I know of at least one cork broker who has a method of purging the TCA out of the corks before delivery. Plus, they work with a very sophisticated wine lab and the QC is much better. What do you think? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Is Cork Taint on the Decline?


  • I have finally got my hands on some Californian WinesJustin 08 Justification 65% Cab Franc 35% Merlot - Paso RoblesZD 08 California Chardonnay - Napa ValleyGroth 07 Cabernet Sauvignon - Oakville Napa ValleyFlowers 08 Pinot Noir - Sonoma CoastI am keen to get opinions on what I should expect from these wines.Also what you would eat with these win... Read More

    Forum post in the topic California Wine


  • Hi everyone, just found this site last night.  I'm a disillusioned attorney seriously considering a change in career.  As I love wine (and the food service industry as a whole), I'm curious what the training and career path looks like for a sommelier.  I've seen organizations that give exams for accreditation, but I'm thinking it requires some s... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What does it take to become a...


  • HelloQuick question.... which area of Bordeaux produces the most full bodied, smokey, leathery reds?I understand it is a very difficult question which can change depending on vintage etc but as a typical rule of thumb, which areas give a heavier and in particular smokier/oakier red?Excuse my basic knowledge...I am but a mere amature!ThanksD Read More

    Forum post in the topic Help with Bordeaux


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