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  • Had the pleasure to taste with GregT in San Diego yesterday evening. I had the idea to pair up Greg and a friend from the Netherlands who was in San Diego for a convention, due to their interest in Tokaj, and it seemed to work well, everyone having a good time.Lessons Learned: Harslevelu is good stuff, and probably my new favorite white wine gra... Read More

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  • Sediment can be a sign, actually, of an aging wine's health, and oldskool winemaking without over-filtering/fining/otherwise-treating to ensure you never see any. This never-sediment treatment can have negative effects on a wine's flavor profile.Also why I recommended you open the wine an hour ahead. If you let it sit in your glass that long and... Read More

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  • Dennis & Ellen, welcome to the Snooth Forum.  I'm sure that all the regulars here will agree that our interest or passion in wine is fun.  If you are able to reach more participants because of your presence, here, that is great.  As has been mentioned, above, though, it is only fair that you contribute the the Forum, also.I did click on your lin... Read More

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  • Continuing the survey of 1997 Cabernet Sauvignons in my inventory, I had this one, last night: As some readers may or may not recall, the question of the age-worthiness of the '97 CSes was again mentioned when I opened one up a while back and found that it was not particularly distinctive.  Subsequent samples have been ranged from average to qui... Read More

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  • Mark, they fell from use as the CA wine industry (and then elsewhere in the States) fell into lust with the form of branding wines by their varietal. Riesling was used initially more as a style, like Burgundy, Chablis, Champagne, etc. What earlier Englishpersons would've called 'Hock' (in the era of 'Claret' for Bordeaux).Plenty of Sylvaner grow... Read More

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  • On the heels of a  study by Macquarie University's accounting and sustainability expert professor Roger Burritt, Australia's winemakers are wondering what they can do to conserve water in the midst of predictions about a dry future.  According to a story on Australian eco website Sustainability Matters, there's a difference of opinion about the ... Read More

    From the article Australians Wrestle With Water Supply, Climate Change

  • Rumblings amid Sonoma County winemakers and residents are that some wineries are taking advantage of a lack of rules about tourism and are turning the famous wine region into a quaffer's Disneyland. According to Sonoma's The Press Democrat, new Sonoma County Vintners Executive Director Carolyn Stark is trying to work with local organizations to ... Read More

    From the article New Sonoma Wine Boss Tackles Winery Tourism

  • This past week Argentine energy officials released a report on the effect on climate change on Argentina's agriculture, including its wine industry, according to a  story in the Buenos Aires Herald this past week. “The country's world famous wine industry is under threat from climate change,” the story said. “The Andean region – where the wine i... Read More

    From the article Argentine Climate Experts Address Rising Temps

  • We run The MN Wine Club, we host 25 free events a year.Our calendar can be found at www.TheMNWineClub.comWe are also on FB & Twitter,Come join us!Dennis & Ellen Read More

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  • Gina, I am going to second the recommendation that you open these up and try them.  It should be fun.  If you find that you don't like them, then there is no great loss.I am now going to hijack your conversation.I have not seen any mention of Grey Riesling in many years.  Also, years ago, I recall seeing California bottlings labeled Johannisberg... Read More

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