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  • Shiraz is the Bruce Wayne of the wine world, thereby making SyrahBatman.  Cutting to the chase, Shiraz generally, is a straightforward, bright, vibrant wine, while Syrah is a little more smoky and mysterious.  It is commonly misunderstood that Shiraz and Syrah are two completely different grapes, however, they are not!  What's known as Shiraz to... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Shiraz vs SyrahAn identity...


  • Not exactly about wine, but rather paid critics in general. However its message is clear...Great article by the UK newspaper, The Guardian: http://tinyurl.com/62noz9 Read More

    Forum post in the topic Is the way of the paid critic...


  • Cavallotto Dolcetto Dolcetto d'Alba Vigna Scot 2003

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    The Wine Advocate's Antonio Galloni says, "Cavallotto is one of the hidden gems of Piedmont. Based in Castiglione Falletto, this traditionally-minded estate continues to build on the success of past vintages with a very strong set of wines. This years releases include the 2003 Barolo Bricco Boschis and the 2001 Barolo Riservas, all of which meri... Read More

    Wine review by dista23


  • For this week's Wine and Music post, we continue to explore the pairing potential of Willamette Valley, Oregon with a 2006 Pinot Noir accompanied by a silky smooth folk re-issue from early 70's groove wizard Rodriguez.Cool (adjective) - moderately cold; neither warm nor coldWillamette Valley is known for its cool climate and has been acknowledge... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Complimentary Cool


  • Dear Sir or Madam ,Are you willing to enter the Chinese wine and spirits market, which is estimated as one of the most fast growing markets in the world? If you do have the inspiration and believe in your competitiveness, we cordially invite you to participate in Interwine China 2008The 4th China International Wine & Spirits Exhibition, which wi... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Are you interested in the...


  • For this week's Wine and Music post, we continue to explore the pairing potential of Willamette Valley, Oregon with a 2006 Pinot Noir accompanied by a silky smooth folk re-issue from early 70's groove wizard Rodriguez. Cool (adjective) - moderately cold; neither warm nor cold Willamette Valley is known for its cool climate and has been acknowled... Read More

    From the article Complimentary Cool


  • I love Marco Negri. Does anyone have any other recommendations? Any would be greatly appriciated. Thank you all. Read More

    Forum post in the topic Looking for a very light...


  • Okay, I've gotten to the point where I can admit that I love wine. However, I have found that my tastes seem to lean more to the expensive wines. I don't know if it perception or really the taste but given a $20 cab and $50 cab I always seem to lean to the later. The problem is that I can't have a $50 bottle of wine as my every day wine. Wha... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Every day wines...


  • I was trading messages with Irishgirl over this and we thought we'd start a thread.My take - yeah, they certainly dont carry the cachet of a real cork, but once its open no one really notices. Also, i'm known for being a bit of a cheapo - i was seen drinking wine out of a tetrapak box recently... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Do twist-off (stelvin) wine...


  • I must confess that I am drawn by the name alone... at least so far since I've never even seen a bottle with Fair Play on the label. http://wine.appellationamerica.com/wine-region/Fair-Play.htmlhttp://www.fairplaywine.com/map/map.htmlHas anyone had any experience with wines from this part of the Sierra Foothills? Read More

    Forum post in the topic My New Favorite AVA - Fair Play


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