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  • I think the Meyer is a great example of the evolution of Australian Pinot20 Years ago we were at the beginning of the journey and only 1-2 persuasive examples10 years and progress was being made as we learnt about clone selection etcMeyer like many Yarra makers have been toying with clones/site selection paradigm and this particular wine whilst ... Read More

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  • It’s no secret that we love German wines, but there’s more to them than meets the eye. Germany is well known for superior winemaking, perfectly evolved grape varieties, and of course terroir. Tragically, so many wine drinkers get stuck on stereotypes and miss out on lots of delicious details. In this spirit, here are five German wine “secrets” y... Read More

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  • What an interesting topic!! Maybe you can use more academic material, like articles from economic or history reviews. Or go straigh to the source and look for advertisement in magazines and newspaper from the era. Im sorry i cant give you exact examples rigth now, but im going to look further tomorrow. Read More

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  • Alan, read some P.G. Wodehouse or Agatha Christie novels to get a better feel for the drinking habits of Londoners from that time period. More gin than wine at that time I think. Sherry would probably be their wine of choice, and sweet not dry. As for Champagne, probably a Taittinger or a Bollinger, but most likely some brand that doesn't exist ... Read More

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  • Dionysus and Diego, good to see you back here! Appears we need more such topics.  ;-)Broadbent was put up on such a pedestal in the British industry, and he got old, and he let his pride get ahead of his ageing smarts (not to mention physical tasting apparatus). Plus that Christie's imprimatur on the pedestal and all the fawning leading to that ... Read More

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  • D - Bests and BindiBoth excellent family wine businessesThe 2 Bindi Chardonnays08 - Composition my fear would be how well it has aged 08 was an ok but not great year11 - Quartz - 11 was a generally poor Australian Vintage other than WA.  $40 is less than we pay for it, I think it would be worth the risk - if you see any 10,12,13 for around same ... Read More

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  • OT has a good point - alcohol levels have risen over the past few decades, but that's not in response to drought. I think what's happening is that more people are making wine, more options are available, and there's increased diversity in what we can find. As to percentages of people using one technique or another, I can't say. But remember that... Read More

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  • The age old concern - do we buy more than one bottle in case it's a good one, or do we wait and try if first, then scramble to get more?First World problems, Al.I looked at the calendar, and, wadda-ya-know, the day ends in "y."  A good day for some Zinfandel. Over the past couple of years I have had multiple bottles from this maker.  Sadly, this... Read More

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  • I'm sorry, Mj, I just can't resist.Here you, the South Florida guy, are in the Big Apple celebrating with your daughter.  Going to a show would be a perfectly normal activity for NYC visitors.  There are certainly a lot of options.  I would not dispute anybody who claimed that NYC offered the most options for legitimate theater.So, you go to one... Read More

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  • Thank you for all the interesting ideas. I will try reaching out to some of the experts suggested and see if anyone responds. Thank you for the great links STEPHEN HARVEYD9sus4, I am a huge reader of English mysteries and a BBC TV lover, and, yes, sherry, cocktails, whiskey and brandy come up a lot. Yet, I've read historical accounts that during... Read More

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