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  • Lincourt Sauvignon Blanc 2011


    Lovely wine - delicate floral aromatics are forward as a first impression, with nectarine, tarragon, pink grapefruit and its pith coming in later. The taste follows suit, with a mouth filling viscosity that I'd usually expect from a Chardonnay, suggesting that perhaps there's a tiny bit of residual sugar. But, the wine is far from sweet, and the... Read More

    Wine review by boglebogle

  • A couple of things - You say you didn't notice for a week. Q#1 Does that mean it could have been unplugged for a longer period of time? Good wine fridges are insulated and meant to keep the cold air in, so as they warmed, it was probably gradual - sudden temp spikes for long periods of time cause more damage than slow elevations in temps. OT's s... Read More

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  • 85° in the house? Really?Did any of the bottles leak? Do all the capsules spin by hand? 85° isn't going to kill the wine. Wine is a lot more resilient than we give it credit for. If there wasn't any signs of leakage I wouldn't sweat it. Read More

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  • Hi, Just had some insulation put in our walls and the installer unplugged our cooler!  We didn't notice it for about a week and that was during some hefty temps outside.  It probably got to 85 in the house for a couple days.   Had a bunch of 2012 anniversary wines in there being stores a 56 degrees.   Do you think a week of higher temps will eff... Read More

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  • Mauro Veglio Barbera d'Alba 2014


    Strange wine. Moldy nose. (May be corked.) Very unusual mouthfeelseems weighty. Very dulled flavor of dried fruit. Then, some saltiness. (?) Lots of tart acidity like I might expect from a Chianti, but more a fuller body than a Chianti. It will be easy to pass up on this wine the next time I see it on a store shelf. Read More

    Wine review by EMark

  • Haven't put up one of these in awhile. This time will make things more specific and real, in that you will need to imagine you're hosting a meal at this restaurant in London's Soho. It's something I did a few times during my period of busy London business visits at the end of the '80s through early last decade. The first time I sweated a bit bec... Read More

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  • Domaine Guerrin et Fils Saint-Veran le Clos Vessats 2014


    I bought this bottle of wine from a shop in London's Notting Hill [ ] for £12. Saint Veran is an appellation created in 1971,although viticulture has been carried out in the area since at least the Romans,for white wines made of the chardonnay grape from 8 communes in the southern part of the Maconais region of Burgundy.Some of th... Read More

    Wine review by duncan 906

  • Sonoma Wine Country Weekend is an event filled with terrific wine and food from Sonoma County -- for a cause. Over two hundred wineries and sixty local chefs come together to raise funds for local non-profits in the environment, health, and literacy fields. Top chefs and winemakers band together to create a gustatory tour of what Sonoma County h... Read More

    From the article Put These Sonoma Wines on Your Radar

  • OK, since several people made some kind comments, I'll add this to my previous post about the Keenan and that CF.First, yes, it is a very good wine.Several people here, know that I am a Keenan cheerleader.  I confess that I am a member of their club.  So, twice a year they send me a four-bottle package.  Keenan is, mostly, a red wine producer, b... Read More

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  • Well you did good to try it a little later. All the GGs are picked at Spatlese level and then fermented dry. For me it's of more academic interest than anything else and I'd probably have done what you did - wonder WTF and put the wine away. Good thing you got back to it in full control of your faculties!It's kind of weird though isn't it - the ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Pulling the Wrong Bottle

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