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  • Hi guys,My name is Edouard Spencer, I am from Gosport.  35 years old, with 3 children. I am not a big wine connaisseur but I am kind of curious and would like to know more about wine, spirits and cocktails making process. This is just a short introduction but you will know more about me through the forum.Edouard Spencer. Read More

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  • Or just vongole bianco (a la campania) if you don't want to only think French. Lots of garlic, a chili or two, olive oil, some parsley and some white wine with those clams. Salt to preference.Then we could branch out to Near Eastern then Indian, then Thai, then Chinese then Korean where garlic is the key ingredient...  Problem with Swiss wines i... Read More

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  • Wine is not becoming too industrial. However, to explore this concept one must first understand what the word industrial means. Industrial means “of an industry”. In that sense all wine is inherently industrial because it is part of the wider wine industry. The question of if wine is becoming too industrial is then what should be explored in dep... Read More

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  • You are definitely the bargain bin hunter Seahawk!Hungarian Bull's blood is one I should re-familiarize myself with. I've been to Eger once, about 6 years or so ago and liked the wines, though it was just about the time my interest in wine was getting sparked, so I wasn't nearly fanatical as I am now but what a beautiful city Eger is. Hungarian,... Read More

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  • "So not much of a Burgundy/ Swiss connection Dave?"On one level certainly a big connection; as BLM and I've mentioned Burgundy is literally just down the hill a couple of hours. Same grapes (pinot noir, gamay, chardonnay, though many others also grown in Switzerland), and lots of interaction between the populations. And Lac Leman (Lake Geneva) i... Read More

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  • RCKR, Thanks! But you did give me an idea. I've never actually developed my own list of these types of wines I mentioned. It would be several pages long and growing, as the fun part is always discovering new, different ones. Another thing I really like to do is discover American versions of the more unusual European varietals - like sangiovese, ... Read More

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  • Al, you can't come to Washington and NOT take the Clipper over to Victoria for a couple of days!  You'll then be tasting more good wine.Heather, let me check into a few for you. Read More

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  • So, your concern about charging, Al, is just for the battery if you don't drive the car often enough?  You mentioned 3 cylinder turbo.  So, I assume that there is no electric motor in the Smart Car.I picked this one up douring the Last Bottle Marathon a few weeks ago: I can't say I've had many California Grenache bottlings that have impressed me... Read More

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  • I used to stay in a house in an area called Bellevue where the view out the dining room window was Mont Blanc, big and sassy while looming majestically over Lac Leman, with swans in their little private port for their sailboats, there in the foreground. Perhaps that view of the mountain was what inspired me to climb it one winter.If you need to ... Read More

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  • Yeah, I've read on these interweb wine boards that Becklyn is an OK wine.;-)Last night we made our last pilgrammage to Hollywood Bowl Pass for the season. Peggy went almost peasant food, last night.Bruschetta   A green salad.  Being the clever picnicker and not wanting to serve me a wilted salad, she put all the components of the salad in baggie... Read More

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