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For more information visit: http://www.ourniche.com/wine/Black-Forest-Girl-Pinot-Noir/.
|Varietal:||Cabernet Sauvignon , Merlot|
Find more information at http://www.ourniche.com/wine/Siegendorf-Red/
|Region:||USA » California » Napa|
Nice minerality, fair amount of tots. Wish there was more cream. Still very nice aperitif wine.
|Winery:||Bodegas Pazo De Barrantes|
|Region:||Spain » Galicia » Rías Baixas|
Just real good inexpensive white wine. Need to stock more Albarino for the upcoming summer months.
|Winery:||J Vineyards & Winery|
|Region:||USA » California » Sonoma County » Russian River Valley|
Wonderfully smooth, accessible Chardonnay. My wife and I both enjoyed this wine and will likely purchase more.
For more information visit http://www.ourniche.com/wine/Affentaler-Pinot-Noir/
|Region:||France » Bordeaux|
|Varietal:||Merlot , Cabernet Franc , Cabernet Sauvignon|
medium bodied with appealing red fruits, smokey dark cherries and chocolate. After an hour or two of decanting the wine gains a bit more flesh, with more ripe fruit. This wine is fresh and well balanced. Excellent Value!
|Winery:||Ca' Momi Wines|
|Region:||USA » California » Napa County|
Delicious, cheap, and goes well with food. What more can I ask from a wine?
|Region:||Germany » Rheingau|
For more information visit, http://www.ourniche.com/wine/501km-Rheingau-Riesling-Sp%C3%A4tlese/ .
|Winery:||Hijos de Antonio Barceló|
|Region:||Spain » Castilla y León » Ribera Del Duero|
a hearty wine, full bodied and tannic, needs time, a little chewy, but will be even more incredible once it ages a little more
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Was referring to wines, but those people, better yet.That had been my guess about your wife's family and burial practices. I'd planned on cremation long before I ever came to Asia.Alternatively you could build a Tower of Silence, or otherwise practice Sky Burial. I've seen those Zoroastrian towers and they have an impact. Have also seen Sky Buri... Read More
Why not cremate and spread as fertilizer over a broader area?My wife's people don't do cremation, although my wife is becoming more flexible on the point as the way we live gains in importance to her over what happens after we are gone. But I also like the idea of just organically dissolving--maybe throw some lye in there to help the process. ... Read More
I have been talking with some fellow wino's about an upcoming tasting on 7/30, so had the idea to text a local friend late last night (after my son fell asleep) if we should open a nice bottle of white burgundy, a 2010 Ponsot Morey St. Denis 1er Blanc Clos des Mont Luisants. Luckily, he was over in a few minutes, and with an unexpected (well, no... Read More
Thoma Coyne made wine in the LV and seemed like the best prospect, but they closed the business recently after the founder died. That link will take you to K&L where they are closing out the wines. On the whole, I think LV is too hot, always was, but now especially. It's been paved over enough to be a heat island in a hot place, and Californi... Read More
If I had a Twitter account, I'd probably remind all my friends to drink French today. (Funny how I don't really celebrate Italian independence day, or Republic Day, or the anniversary of the unification of Italy, which unluckily for it falls on March 17.) Not trying to get too political, so let's just say that France certainly has a big impact... Read More
Had this at lunch at Marcello's Chophouse the other day. Interesting - I asked the waitperson to pick something to go with the Lobster Bisque - it is dark and inky and opens like a herb/slate forward Pinot. There was a lightness there, that led me to believe it was the Pinot...Being as suggestable as I am, when I asked what the wine was, a Merlo... Read More
Columbia Valley, Columbia Gorge, and Walla Walla Valley: a triumvirate of outstanding wine producing regions with a fascinating twist. While there are numerous ways in which these three areas are vastly different from each other, they have one key similarity. Their acreage spans across both Washington and Oregon states. I spent a week traveling ... Read More
Yes, I do have a mind to buy more back vintages of things, though there is also a driving need to really cover the various vintages that come up as extensively as possible. 2010 was great in so many regions, while 2012 is a birth year for my son, and then 2013 certain villages in Burgundy really jumped out at me for the first time like Chambolle... Read More
MJ - We belong to the Repris wine club, not the mailing list. We belong to eight wine clubs currently, and it gets a little expensive in the spring and fall when they start shipping. If you want more details about their wine club, send me a private message.Today was Cat Tuesday and I am worn out at this point. We've also had painters in our h... Read More
Since dailies aren't usually wines that I store long term--good early drinkers like Barbera, Dolcetto, simpler Chiantis, roses, and whites--they don't actually take much storage space, and rarely in the basement. They aren't going to go bad if the house gets up to 78-80 for a couple days (which is how long it takes to break a "heat wave" with t... Read More
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