|Region:||Argentina » Mendoza|
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An enjoyable, if not overtly memorable, wine that demands nothing more than, "drink me."
|Region:||France » Bordeaux|
|Varietal:||Merlot , Cabernet Franc , Cabernet Sauvignon|
medium bodied with appealing red fruits, smokey dark cherries and chocolate. After an hour or two of decanting the wine gains a bit more flesh, with more ripe fruit. This wine is fresh and well balanced. Excellent Value!
|Region:||USA » Oregon » Columbia Valley|
Now this is a wine I can get behind. More interesting, stood out from the rest.
For more information visit http://www.ourniche.com/wine/Affentaler-Pinot-Noir/
|Winery:||Goats Do Roam Wine Company|
|Region:||South Africa » Coastal Region|
|Varietal:||Chenin Blanc , Crouchen , Sémillon , Viognier , Clairette|
One more wine bargain.
|Winery:||Hijos de Antonio Barceló|
|Region:||Spain » Castilla y León » Ribera Del Duero|
a hearty wine, full bodied and tannic, needs time, a little chewy, but will be even more incredible once it ages a little more
|Region:||USA » California » Sonoma County|
|Varietal:||Grenache , Syrah , Mourvèdre|
OOOOOO so nice. Aptly named. I'll be drinking more of this wine.
|Winery:||Seghesio Family Vineyards|
|Region:||USA » California » Sonoma County » Rockpile|
Hands down, my favorite wine under $30. I wish I could find more.
|Winery:||Champagne Prévoteau Yannick|
|Region:||USA » California » Sonoma County » Alexander Valley|
Amazing chardonnay. Much more flavor (caramel?) than their other chards. Good as a drinking wine.
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Thanks for the comments, OT. Very interesting.Pennsylvania wines, Jon? Now who's doing God's work? ;-)No pic, but I just opened 2003 Girarard Artistry--a terrific wine. Best I've had in quite a while. Fairly soft Bordeaux Blend that shows sweet fruit on entry, but still has firm acid and tannin. This is one time when I wish I had more. Read More
Very dark purple in the glass. Fruity and volatile nose. Somewhat unusual fruit flavors on introduction to the palate. Im getting more strawberry and red raspberry when I normally get blackberry from Zinfandel. This seems to give it a lighter feel than I normally see in Zin. As it passes from mid-palate to back of the throat Im getting alco... Read More
The wine is a deep ruby in the glass, with great color and legs. The nose is just terrific, with rich aromas of leather, ripe berries and mineral notes. The taste is lovely, with a blast of fresh fruit at the outset, strawberries, blackberries and cherries, which effortlessly transition to some notes of dusty limestone, cocoa powder and warm s... Read More
Pale yellow in colour, this wine has a perfumed scent of lime, green apple, and a hint of apple vinegar and cinnamon; on the palate there is refreshing acidity with lime and generic citrus notes with some cake spice and apple. Mosel-like balance with a hint of sugar. Slightly more density and this wine punches with the very best. Delicious and ... Read More
"If the point of the whole thng is that government entities should avail itself of emerging technologies, then I agree. If the point is that technology can transform government, then I am hopeful but not convinced." Technology doesn't transform government, people do. But using certain technologies can make that easier.The point was more that peo... Read More
DM, I'm not a lawyer. To repeat, I hope that one of our attorney friends jumps in and provides some clarification. I "threw those labels" because I saw them used in the WB discussion that OT referenced. I have to say that I did not see them disputed over there, although it's been a few days since I revisited.Regardless, here is my case. The ... Read More
This article should help you out in your quest JD: http://philly.thedrinknation.com/articles/read/6999-Wine-Challenge-What-To-Drink-With-A-CheesesteakI think beer is probably a better pairing than wine for a cheesesteak, though I can't really say because I couldn't tell you the last time I ate one - quite frankly, they're far inferior to the thr... Read More
Just because they're not disputed by whomever is in a thread at whatever time doesn't make them the gospel, even on WB. ;-)This could also evolve into an interesting discussion, and I'm hoping it does. But once again I'm out the door. Business and private life are crazy at moment, not all in a good way. All I can do right now is point towards a... Read More
It is the responsibility of government to be clear and transparent. 'Reaching out' could be emails to business owners and industry organs. Plus clearly posted web pages. There are plenty of ways to be more responsive and responsible without trying to manufacture a rationale for more tax gouging.This is bureaucracy run amok, clearly. Someone want... Read More
I am probably the outlier in the group, but I actually understand the state's position on this. There are liability and workers' comp issues that are ignored when volunteers are engaged. I do hope that one of our attorney friends checks in to flesh out or debunk my argument. That would be helpful.I'm sure that the law in this case is pretty b... Read More
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