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  • Deborah - welcome.For most wine drinkers, wine is made from fruit and for people who really like wine, it's made from grapes only.There are of course other kinds of wine, from cherries, blueberries, etc. Most of those are novelty wines that you won't find in wine stores. And people use the term to refer to things that aren't wine at all, like sa... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello Snooth!


  • I recently received a Class Action Settlement announcement regarding a group suing WTSO for misleading pricing information.  The announcement email listed potential refund amounts if you had purchased wines from either 'Exhibit A' or 'Exhibit B' lists of wines.  They ask you to register and then the fun begins - going through all your orders fro... Read More

    Forum post in the topic WTSO Settlement might get you...


  • Keenan Merlot 2013

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    Keenan Merlots seem to taste like baby Cabs. I get some cassis, but, frankly, not a lot of fruit, here and some leather from this one. Surprisingly moderate tannin compared to what I have experienced with previous vintages of this bottling. I suspect that they augmented Spring Mountain estate grapes with more than usual Valley floor or Carner... Read More

    Wine review by EMark


  •  I swear, this wine is like a "baby Cabernet Sauvignon."  I get a suggestion of Cab cassis on entry, some leather, maybe, unsweetened chocolate.  The Keenan Napa Valley bottling often has VERY SERIOUS tannin, but this one has much more sedate tannin.  That suggests to me that the source of many (more than ususal) of the grapes that went into thi... Read More

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  • How is mead somehow wine, Paul? Don't think it was called anything but 'mead' in the dark and middle ages.  ;-)I suppose the issue being discussed is kind of like calling tissanes teas, as some folks do. Wine that reaches ethereal heights, continues to live and mature and grow more complex in barrel and bottle, and that has caused cultures to si... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello Snooth!


  • I just recently bought Primrose Farm in Hinsdale Massachusetts.  My son discovered that you can make wine out of primrose flowers, so we're thinking about making some.  I'd like to buy some, as I've never even tasted it.  I'm scanning the internet now.  Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello Snooth!


  • RC - Yes, we belong to Domaine Drouhin.  It's only been a year or so though, so most of the wines we have received are in Sandra's wine racks.  I think she wanted to give this one a try.  We used to belong to Domaine Serene, which is within walking distance.  We enjoy their Pinot also, but their shipping was just way out of bed with other wineri... Read More

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  • To go with the post in Drinking Tonight... post - we had these on my birthday party - starting with:This was bright, fresh and lively.  Wonderful strawberry, raspberry with mellow tannins and lively acidity carrying the fruit along with it.Next:A tad dry even with decent finishing acidity.  Would pair well with a fatty (rib eye) red meat dish, e... Read More

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  •  I'm really liking this wine. Very surprising, subtle entry on the tongue.  Some red berry fruit, but not, necessarily any particular berry that I can pick out.  Good tannin and sprightly acid make this a "real" wine.  Interesting that I seem to get more fruit—and it’s stone fruit—on the rear palate than on the tip of the tongue. Since I seem to... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Whatcha drinking tonight?


  • Over the past ten years I’ve watched as Carmenere from Chile has hit the wine scene in a big way. The grape returned from assumed extinction in 1994 – that’s a fairly recent date, especially in wine years. For decades it was believed that Carmenere from Chile was a unique strain of Merlot. Once its true identity was revealed by DNA testing the g... Read More

    From the article Celebrate the Holidays with Carmenere from Chile


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