|Region:||Argentina » San Juan|
This wines is a blend of syrah (60%) and tannat (40%), which is a famous grape in the Madiran region of France. The addition of tannat to the blend results in a much more complex wine and really makes this wine pack a heck of a punch for the price. T...
|Region:||Italy » Puglia|
A sweet Moscato that ladies like. It's comparable to Castello del Poggio Moscato d'Asti, but it's cheaper. JerichoWine.com has this wine on sale for $7.99. http://jerichowine.com/Primo_Amore_Moscato.asp
|Region:||Argentina » Mendoza » Valle de Uco|
On sale at wine.com, where it was listed as a recommended budget bottle. Fruity, but substantial. Lightly smoky tannins, cranberry, and an enjoyable sweetness in the finish. I was happy with this one.
|Region:||France » Languedoc-roussillon » Languedoc » Vin de Pays Des Côtes du Céressou|
Pretty sharp, brandy-like aroma. Attractive amber color. Classic, simple label. A fairly sour and sweet madeira, with some blackberry, honey, and lemon in the flavor. Warm, chili-like impact on the palate. Wine.com said it got 90 points from Wine ...
|Winery:||Castello del Poggio|
|Varietal:||Muscat Blanc À Petits Grains|
A sweet Rose wine that ladies like. JerichoWine.com has this wine for $11.99, 10% on a case. http://jerichowine.com/Castello_del_Poggio_Rosato.asp
|Winery:||Sand Hill Wines|
|Region:||USA » California » Sonoma Valley|
From NorCalWine.com / Fred Swan: The wine is bright ruby in color with a pale rim and clear legs that telegraph a somewhat luxurious mouthfeel without over- extraction. Swirl the wine in your glass and this Pinot Noir’s complexity will reach out to ...
|Region:||Argentina » Mendoza » Valle de Uco|
90 pt wine from wine.com . best syrah i've ever had. nice and oaky. Went great with pizza with sausage.
|Winery:||Celler de Capçanes|
|Region:||Spain » Catalunya » Tarragona » Montsant|
90 pt wine on wine.com. got it for 19.99 Amazingly smooth. Excellent. Still need to try with food. Lots of black cherry.
this is a review from Wine.Com from Wine Advocate...cannot really do better.'...The wine has a strong personality and feels very much alive, with good concentration and marked flavors, aromas and notes of hay, straw, recently cut grass, fennel, aniseed...
|Winery:||Emmolo Wine Company|
|Region:||USA » California » Napa » Rutherford|
Another one from lunch at Marcello's. The Winemaker's notes on Wine.com seem spot on to me. 'This well-balanced and darkly colored wine evokes the scents of saddle leather, coffee and plum, with traces of smokiness amidst its rich fruit. A smooth entry...
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Lots of chatter on this, but basically, the Federal Court upheld a district court's decision and said that the 2005 Supreme Court ruling applied to wineries, but not to retailers! Its now with the appellate court.http://www.winespectator.com/Wine/Features/0,1197,5179,00.htmlhttp://www.law.com/jsp/article.jsp?id=1202431989579&nd_Circuit_Upholds_N... Read More
"A pretty cherry red in the glass, a meaty barnyard nose dominates, with some oaky/raspberry notes in the background. Juicy, with good structure and some persistency from faint (but pleasant) tannins. Considering how very hard it is to find palatable pinot under $30, much less $10, this wine deserves heaps of praise." Taken from: http://joeswine... Read More
I'm traveling to Sicily from July 20-August 9 and am curious to know if anyone has done any winery visits there. I've had some nero d'avola from Spadina and quite liked it. La Planeta was also good. Any other suggestions? Read More
Dear Sir/Madam,Hello! This is Daniel Shin, studying in MSc Food Management at University of Surrey. I am studying the consumer's wine buying behaviour online. This research seeks the opinion of people who have had an experience purchasing wine either online or from other sources to investigate factors influencing customers wine purchasing behavi... Read More
Hi, I just wanted to introduce you to a great "vignoble" in the south of France in Vidauban.Its called Château Mouresse. They are the proud owners of the famous mmm! de mouresse.They only deliver to France and Belgium for now via the website but hope to start exportingsoon to the rest of the world!If you come down to the south of france on vaca... Read More
We may not be having the most beautiful summer weather here in CT but don't fear....Jonathan Edwards Winery Summer Nights Music Series starts tonight - and is rain or shine! Summer Nights Music runs every Thursday in July, 7-9:30PM, $12 admission. Check out our website for the full lineup of musicians. Some of our usual groups and some new fa... Read More
I can't get enough of this wine! It's so delicious and lovely and bright. I even wrote a poem about it here:http://www.kronickwino.com/2009/06/wine-pick-of-the-month-mud-house-sauvignon-blanc-new-zealand/PLEASE PICK UP A BOTTLE!! Worth EVERY penny! Read More
http://www.decanter.com/news/news.php?id=285236"Vinexpo CEO Robert Beynat has dismissed the internet as a commercial tool for wine.Speaking at the closing conference of the Bordeaux wine fair last week, Beynat said the web will 'never be anything other than a marginal circuit for sales.' "This is one of those statements (as one of the original a... Read More
That which we call a rose / By any other name would smell as sweet.Really?If I introduced you to the rose bushes in my garden and I called them, Skunk, Vomit and Sulfur, would you really take to them with a walk away feeling of delicacy and charm? And in that we find wines least charming characteristic the power of persuasion. Anyone can pul... Read More
Cool Wine site this is.I found all my favourate wines and wine makers here, amazing.My avater is the logo of the wine-club I am a member of. We come together once a week to taste new wines and we go on wine trips regularly. The las one was in the Rhône region.By my screen name you can see that I am perticularly fond of Rhône wines (My real name ... Read More