|Winery:||Chateau St. Jean Winery & Vineyards|
|Region:||USA » California » Sonoma County Green Valley|
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Amazing chardonnay. Much more flavor (caramel?) than their other chards. Good as a drinking wine.
|Region:||Germany » Rheingau|
For more information visit, http://www.ourniche.com/wine/501km-Rheingau-Riesling-Sp%C3%A4tlese/ .
|Region:||Argentina » Mendoza|
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!
|Varietal:||Cabernet Sauvignon , Merlot|
Find more information at http://www.ourniche.com/wine/Siegendorf-Red/
|Winery:||Goats Do Roam Wine Company|
|Region:||South Africa » Coastal Region|
|Varietal:||Chenin Blanc , Crouchen , Sémillon , Viognier , Clairette|
One more wine bargain.
|Region:||USA » New York » Suffolk County » Long Island » North Fork|
|Varietal:||Merlot , Cabernet Franc|
Great local wine at a very fair price. Flavor changed to more of a merlot on Day 2.
|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
For more information visit: http://www.ourniche.com/wine/Black-Forest-Girl-Pinot-Noir/.
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These are late - suffering through a side effect that just wore me down. But after a small adjustment (It amazed me how little I had to do to correct this.) I'm feeling much better. Sat. night we had an Australian night for the current class I'm working with.While setting up we drank this 2013 Duorum Colheita from the Duoro:This was really ver... Read More
I was once told that I should never open a bottle of Carlisle that did not have at least five years of bottle age on it. OK, if that's so, then why do the put the easy-opening screw cap on it? OK, this is more my kind of wine. There is a dark fruit intro, but as the wine passes back, there are new sensations. A savory, meaty mid-palate. A ri... Read More
Okay, I still disagree. We have a good selection of European wines here, but not AS GOOD as some places on the East Coast. If you are talking restaurants, there's RN74 for burg (and not much else, including food), a few places for Italian. If you are talking wine stores, K&L for Bordeaux, North Berkeley for Burgundy, WineHouse for Burgundy and... Read More
Ah, nothing like a good Pinot Noir. I usually taste some form of cherry in a Pinot, but I don't think I've tasted cola. Not being a terribly complex wine, I would probably like it EM.Last night we just watched the news (MSNBC) and of course UA airlines was in the news for dragging a passenger off a plane over last weekend, and the Trump mouthp... Read More
The amount of viognier in a syrah based wine is always very small, usually 5% or less. Syrah is a pretty flavorful grape, so it's like putting a little salt on a steak while you cook it. It might have a small impact, but if you had better or more flavorful material to begin with, you wouldn't be able to pick it out. Far and away the idea as I... Read More
D - here's from a long article that is cited all the time:"The extension of this reasoning of grape mixtures includes the possibility that certain white cultivars might be rich in co-factors and that when cofermented with red grapes deficient in cofactors, more copigmentation and capturing of the anthocyanins. . .However, there will be no advant... Read More
So OT, did you say Hi?Some more candidates for pilgrimages:http://www.snooth.com/talk/topic/best-wine-menu-at-a-restaurant/http://www.snooth.com/talk/topic/best-kept-secret-wine-lists/http://www.snooth.com/articles/in-search-of-a-fine-wine-list/http://www.snooth.com/talk/topic/looking-for-great-winelists-and-people-to-review-them/http://www.snoo... Read More
RBA-nice spread and wine! We had another great day. Wonderful sunset and then the moon over the gulf! These two were excellent and right in our wheelhouse. We had the Kenefick yesterday and we preferred it over the Pelletby a small margin. The Pellet had a little more fruit and the finish was not as long. Read More
Late to the party here, but Kistler changed its style a few years back, not so oaky. Still, I lay off the Cali Chards, as people here know.I third the Smith Madrone as a great value. Try also the Turnbull--might be readily available for about $50 for the regular bottling, more for the Oakville. (Actually, I think I got the regular Napa Valley ... Read More
This seaside (Nantais) wine is from a respected domaine and has a little musk and more depth than the usual Muscadet. The flavour is quite neutral, although also dense for such a wine, with some nuttiness (due to the lies, no doubt).Not particularly fresh-tasting and a bit flat, but there is white fruit such as gooseberry, a little white pepper... Read More