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  • Where you drink wine can be important. An overheated or too noisy room or city stress can downgrade the pleasures of even a very good wine.  Conversely, tranquility that allows you to focus on what’s in your glass can upgrade even a so-so sipper. What if you could leave behind all aspects of external civilization, even connectivity to all signal... Read More

    From the article Wine Where the World Began


  • Due to popular demand (don't ask where that demand came from or you'll spoil my fun), we appear to need some new wine discussion topics.  This topic was only relevant to Thursday as a test case but was subsequently expanded to cover the weekend too.  What ever you bring up in this topic should either occur on a Thursday - Sunday, or it could be ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Thursday (possibly into and...


  • I once spent 48 hours making a sauce from scratch. It was a classic Sauce Robert that started with a tray full of bones and vegetables. The compound sauce required demi-glace, the rich reduction of beefy goodness that takes a lot of time and effort, and I was determined to use no pre-made ingredients. At the end, gallons of liquid and pounds of ... Read More

    From the article TV Dinner and Wine Pairing Guide


  • This past Tuesday the tiny island of Malta surged its way to the headlines of the New York Times' food section, scoring recognition for its little-known wines and proving the country is more than just the title of a Humphrey Bogart film. “Even the most adventuresome wine drinkers have probably never tasted a Maltese wine,” reporter Florence Fabr... Read More

    From the article Maltese Wines Win New York Times' Affection


  • 15 years ago, before I retired, I had a couple of bottles of Chevalier de Bayard. It was the best tasting wine I'd ever had. But now that I'm on a fixed income, I can no longer spend $25 on a bottle of wine.Does anybody have any ideas of what wines are close to it but less expensive?Thank you  Read More

    Forum post in the topic Looking for a less expensive...


  • It's been a good year for wine in the European country of Georgia. Earlier this year the European Union ended import tariffs on the country, and news from the nation earlier this year revealed a new winery opened in Keda with the help of the equivalent of $600,000USD given to the winery by Georgia's Agriculture Management Agency, Georgian wine n... Read More

    From the article New Georgian Winery Opens With Help Of Government Funding


  • The south of France may soon be home to the region's first Chinese-run winery. This week China-based BHC International Wine Assets Management, an avid importer of French wines, made an offer to purchase Anne-Marie and Guilhem Durand's Chateau La Bastide in the country's Languedoc region.  The winery is situated in the north end of the Corbieres ... Read More

    From the article A First: Chinese Company To Buy Languedoc Winery


  • The Iberian Peninsula is home to the world's best value wines, but the country in question isn't who you think.  According to a press release from the group, a team of nine wine experts from an independent UK wine consortium tasted bottles of wine available in nine UK supermarkets: Asda, Aldi, the Co-op, Lidl, Marks & Spencer, Morrisons, Sainsbu... Read More

    From the article Independent Tasting Group Lauds Portuguese Wines


  • We're doing a long weekend in Russian River and Napa this weekend. Flew into San Francisco yesterday with no problems. Friend picked us up at the airport, definitely beats the heck out of fighting the huge crowd at the rental car counters. Why don't they have a contiguous highway from the airport to hwy 101.So what's the first thing to do in win... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Russian River and Napa...


  • Wine has the unique ability to, at the same time, stand inside and outside of history. This past week Villa Torlonia, a museum and estate near Rome, opened to visitors the doors of its World War II-era bomb shelter. Before the underground hideout served as a refuge from possible air attacks, it served as a wine cellar for infamous dictator Benit... Read More

    From the article Wine cellar-turned-shelter opens as museum


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