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  • Wine Recommendations Chosen Based on Ingredients, Cuisine, and Cooking MethodNEW YORK, NY (July 15, 2009), the most award-winning food site, has partnered with, a global hub for wine aficionados, to provide curated wine pairings for the sites over 25,000 editor-tested recipes. Starting today, when users view Epicurious... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Recipes... by 77280Adam Levin 77280 Adam Levin

  • Prima Terra Sangionese 2007


    Same wine as this one: It's a good one. It's worth its money. Read More

    Wine review by Alexander Mishrain

  • Bodega Familia Schroeder Pinot Noir Saurus Select 2007


    To be brutally sincere, it was until I tasted Schroeder's Saurus PN last year that I believed that Argentina never stood a chance when it came to producing a leading style of new world PN. I proudly stand corrected, as these guys out of San Patricio del Chañar (Neuquén) produce some of the best new world PN I have ever gotten to taste. I can't... Read More

    Wine review by enotheque

  • Mark West Estate Pinot Noir Russian River Valley 2007


    Full review: NotesAppearance: Clear and darker than any French Pinot Noir. Cranberry red in color -very bright.Nose: Clean nose with some development, as indicated by more earthy/vegetal aromas. Black cherry, raisin, plum fruits - almost fruit that's been gently s... Read More

    Wine review by rreichert

  • Miguel Torres Cabernet Rose Santa Digna 2008


    Full review: Notes Appearance: Clear with medium+ intensity. Definitely darker/deeper than many a rosé - somewhere between rose and cranberry juice pink. Nose: Just shy of being incredibly aromatic, the youthful aromas definitely jump out. Included are gr... Read More

    Wine review by rreichert

  • So this is Part two of my official report back to all my fellow forum members that were gracious enough to give me their opinions on what were the must visit Napa Valley wineries. Moving along we have two polar opposites that both landed big scores in my book. EMH (Makers of Black Cat)I was very lucky to have a chance to taste three vintages of ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Napa Tasting Part 2 (EMH...

  • Hello all,I am working on a consumer survey for wine drinkers. Please take the survey at the link below (its very short!) and pass it on to friends and family if you can!Cheers,Jenn Read More

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  • This is the first Lacrima I tasted. I loved the floral notes and the taste of blueberries. It is subtle but enchanting. Does anyone know where to buy it? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Conti di Buscareto Lacrima di...

  • On the list of varietals produced by Agate Ridge, please add "Pinot Gris" to the list of varietals produced. I blind-tasted their 2006, and thought it was an Alsatian Pinot Gris. Probably the best domestic Pinot Gris I've ever had, and they have retained high quality with this varietal since. Read More

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  • Over the past decade the UK has been developing a reputation for its sparkling wines. Over here in the US, people tend to snort at the thought of British wine, at first, but then after considering the relative latitudes and the weather to that of Champagne start to see its potential. Throw global warming into the mix and suddenly the UK seems a ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic The State of English Wine by 1Philip James 1 Philip James

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