Wine & Beyond

6400 Hollis St #15
Emeryville, CA 94608
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  • Drink it. Unless you can prove beyond doubt it was cellared that for the last 40 years in a temperature and humidty controlled environment it won't fetch much in the open market. Personally I'd be kinda po'd if I saved a wine for my kid and when I gave it to him he tried to flip it. C'est la vie.http://www.winebid.com is a good place to start. Read More

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  • I have a bottle of Château Lafite Rothschild Pauillac (1978) that my Dad recently gave me. He collects wines. It was given to him in 1978 for his birthday. It has been stored on its side and not moved around often. I would like to sell it but don't know where to begin. Read More

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  • It's examples like this that give Supermarket Wines a bad name. Y'know the expression, "That which doesn't kill you makes you stronger?"OK, this wine certainly won't kill you, but it may lead you to the conclusion of many that Supermarket wines are ipso facto bad.  The biggest minus on this wine is the nose--sulfur--and it just won't go away.  O... Read More

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  • My admiration for Murrieta’s Well and their winemaker, Robbie Meyer, is no secret. I’m so glad that The Whip and The Spur are available at retail shops across the country, giving folks ample opportunity to experience these wines first-hand. The grape blends change every year to achieve maximum quality, and the brand’s many acolytes look forward ... Read More

    From the article Secret Sauce Wines: Murrieta's Well


  • I"m in, OT.  Thank you, very much.  I can send you a check, or, who knows, we may find a reason to be driving through Sonoma County looking for a place to meet the Outtheres for dinner.Al. everybody, at least everybody who lingers around internet wine boards, has a budget beyond which they cannot pull the trigger on any wine.  I have a few wines... Read More

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  • "with regard to Pinot Noir, I still prefer the ones from Oregon"You need to drink a lot more Burgundy, and of the others I mentioned, too.  ;-)   Oregon's getting there but still on the road, not yet fully arrived IMHO, even if I enjoy many of theirs. Was writing on these boards about Soter and Drouhin, for example, last decade. I certainly comm... Read More

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  • L'Ecole 41 Columbia Valley Merlot 1998

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    I decanted the wine for about an hour before my first pour and it's a nice garnet color with a hint of amber along the edges and great clarity. The nose presents lovely aromas of ripe berries, blackberry, cherry and raspberry over some earthy notes of leather and cedar. The taste is reminiscent of a fine Bordeaux, with some ripe black fruit up... Read More

    Wine review by jtryka


  • That's pretty funny, Fox.When I started inventorying my wine, sometime in the early 1980s, I had a looseleaf binder with columnar ledger sheets.  When I consdered column headings, I was pretty sure I wanted to note the name of the wine and the vintage date.  Beyond that I thought the source would be neat, the purchase price, and the date purchas... Read More

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  • Great one, Mark.  Note the 12.5 percent ABV. Drank a 2014 Castel Sellagg Lagrein last night with lasagna.  I'd have gone with something sharper in acid, like Chianti, but it was there on the shelf.  And it's only a $15 wine.  But total overperformer.  Chocolate notes that I often get from dark lagreins, and this one was dark--nearly opaque purpl... Read More

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  • According to the Wine Institute, in 2015, eighty-three percent of wine from the United States was made from grapes grown in California. Clearly, the world wine stage has welcomed California bottles with opened arms. Wine lovers from around the world clamor for access to California wines. They journey to the state’s many celebrated regions with g... Read More

    From the article Wine in America, Beyond California


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