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  • Okay, now you admit it JD!  And I was trying to be sort of nice :)You hit it perfectly when you said New Zealand.  They make some really good wine, but again, not much of the great stuff gets to North America.  If they increase their production, via more wineries/vineyards, I suspect they could legitimately be a bigger player.  Read More

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  • "In my opinion, if grapes come from more than 30-60 minutes away, it's cheating."Well I'd be curious what percentage of the entire wine market you've just dissed, DV! Also wonder about Canadian winemakers. Whether Niagara, the Okanagan or Western B.C., who (and to what extent) uses grapes not from their own immediate vineyards? Also what is 'imp... Read More

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  • Sorry to hear the communist holdover is getting paid, however I hear it's just a political mess over there so not too surprising, hopefully it's just a means to an end and is better in practice than it sounds. Looking forward to trying a few and talking about it more in depth. Will see what I can source. As for the Vega (Unico), thinking '99 or ... Read More

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  • Marietta Cellars Christo Lot Number 2

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    Picked this up at Jubilation. A big beast of a wine - 15.2% alcohol. Opens with some baking yeast and vanilla raspberry preserves, bit more and more vanilla, and then blackberry/black currant to dark cherry oak fudge. Big slippery silky mouthful with long finish. Predominately Syrah, pepper, spice, savory meats and herbs, with an expanding taste... Read More

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  • Oh, the hell of wanting to be a wine journalist. Take a passel of old things you stumble across without realizing others have decades or more ago, think of a twist (whether true or not), and throw them out there as something new. It's all about 'aggregating' anyway, isn't it? At least with Bloomberg readership scans all items in a nanosecond, ta... Read More

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  • Yay! Thank you Elin McCoy!DV - nope. Didn't know it has been cultivated since probably 250 AD.And BTW, Trump is not a "determined vinter". He bought the estate from his friend Ms Kluge, who was going bankrupt and who put it on the market for $100M. He picked it up for around $6M. It was a real estate venture. In case anyone is interested here's ... Read More

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  • Greg, did you know Tokaji is one of the next big wine regions?That $95 Virginia wine seems like a good deal.  If you have deep pockets, it's easy to buy wine.  I think of "the next biggest" wine regions as producing and exporting more inexpensive, but good quality wine.  Virginia is like BC.  They make good wine, but good luck buying any of the ... Read More

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  • Some interesting places listed here that seem worthy of exploring...Next "Biggest" Wine Regions Read More

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  • Sounds like an enjoyable evening Fox...always fun romanticizing and pontificating with wine you feel connected to and its memories.Rough day at the office and a grind of a week for me as I prepare for some fun in New York on Friday/Saturday, then flanked by a training trip (work) in Lewisburg West Virginia on Sunday/Monday. Was so out of it I pa... Read More

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  • Cyprus and Paphos vales, the smiling LovesMight leave with joy fair Madeira’s groves;A shore so flowery, and so sweet an air,Venus might build her dearest temple there.-From Camoens’ Lusiad, 1569, Volume I Canto V I’ve got no idea who Camoens is, but I’ve used this passage twice now, both times in introductions to Madeira auctions we’ve had at C... Read More

    From the article Madeira: Twenty Years on the Comeback Trail


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