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  • I got started with my first cabernet savignon in October of 2008, so not even a year out of the bottle. I have a fairly decent wine cellar/seller in my area and have found en employee there who has been really helpful with pointing me at wines I might like at a variety of prices. I am a nurse, and drink only 1-2 glasses of wine at a time.I hav... Read More

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  • Hello!I am planning a weekend trip to Paso Robles, and am looking for some advice on wineries to visit whilst I am there. As a bit of background, my girlfriend and I are big red lovers. Cab Sauv, Shiraz, Syrah, Zin, and Petite Syrah find their way onto the dinner table most of the time. We're not really into what I will term as 'introductory'... Read More

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  • Heya, Snoothers! I'm taking myself on a 'lil gastronomical/enological tour of the general Burgundy region in mid-October, and am digging for tips. This is a trip devoted entirely to delights of the tastebuds - there will be no stop-offs at the Louvre - and I'll be driving, so off-the-beaten-path vineyards and restaurants are welcome suggestions!... Read More

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  • I am headed to Champagne, France next week to do some tasting and touring. Has anyone been? Or any tips on which Chateaux have the best caves and tours? Read More

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  • is probably not going to happen. According to the article below, the Champagne producers are going to reduce the production this year to maintain scarcity. BOOOO on them! Read More

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  • Harvest will begin soon in France.In some places (Languedoc, Limoux, ), harvest already began. Hot summer, somedays very hot (40°C), quasi no rain since 2 months, grapes are almost "cooked" !In my place (Tarn et Garonne, France south west), Sauvignon is so sweet that it'll give 12.8° of alcohol.I propose in this topic to share photos and news fr... Read More

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  • I'm new to wine drinking and have tried a couple of wines that were described as "mineraly". What does this typically mean? Read More

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  • Chateau Tayak 2005


    This is one of the best wines I have selected yet, according to my tastes. It is a bordeaux wine, from the Cotes de Bourg Appellation. From the back of the bottle, "Chateau Tayak is a 30 hectares estate, planted by the Romans, with an average of 35 years old vines. A beautiful harmony characterizes this easy to drink wine. It has a balanced n... Read More

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  • Vin Santo RecommendationsLooking to get some to have and to hold. Last year Greg pulled out a 1990 Felsina Vin Santo that still haunts my dreams. I don't know much about the different styles or what producers make bottles that age well (other than Felsina). Any suggestions? Thanks. Read More

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  • Posted on behalf of a user. c9dp isnt my specialist area, so thought I'd turn it over to the wiser and larger crowd:ThanksPJ~~~~~~Do you have any recommendations for a Chateauneuf-du-pape? We love fully structured, complex wines. This one sounds up my alley, but also one that most would probably feel strongly about...positively or negatively. I ... Read More

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