|Winery:||Le Grand Bouqueteau|
|Region:||France » Loire » Touraine » Chinon|
I bought this bottle of wine from a shop, also called 'Le Grand Bouqueteau ' next to the car park by the entrance to Chinon castle when I visited at the end of May 2014. Chinon is an AOC created in 1937,although wine production in the area goes back ce...
|Winery:||King Estate Winery|
|Region:||USA » Oregon|
Blanc de Noir is a French term for "white wine from red grapes." Although the varietal of red grape used to make this sparkling wine isn't listed, I'm assuming the winemaker used Pinot Noir since most of the fruit comes from their estate (and King Esta...
|Region:||USA » Oregon|
Back when I owned my win bar, I carried winemaker Ray Walsh's Capitello Brut in my shop. Thankfully, before putting my shop up for sale, I brought home several bottles of this delicious Methode Champenoise sparkling wine - saving a few for special occa...
|Winery:||Six Hats Fairtrade|
Oddly herbal in a composty and medicinal king of way, I find this to be unusual but attractive in its complexity and like the other South African Syrah in this tasting this is showing a distinctive character that is very possibly distinctive South Afri...
|Region:||USA » California » Napa » St. Helena|
King of the zinfandels, all hail. Surprised the reviews are low, but to each their own, here are some points I'd like to highlight. A full-sensory experience, this zin has fragrance, colour and taste in its pocket. Not only does the wet wine wash we...
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Does Tunisian win really so bad? I am not an expert, but i have tried it yesterday, Magon Vermentino Blanc and as for it was really really god wine!!What is your experience with Tunisian wines? Read More
bought 2 bottles of 09 Molly Dooker Carnival of Love. I want to drink it, but should I? Read More
Maybe King Whitey got a bad bottle, because I agree with Parker! I found this wine to be very smooth and mellow with nice balance of berry and spice. Several of us shared the wine and we were all sad when it was gone! :( Read More
I recently had this wine at an Olive Garden that I have been trying to find. I thought maybe I could find it else where for cheaper. I did not think it was a house wine but after searching for it I cannot find it anywhere. I then went to look on their website to see what they had it listed as in case I was searching wrong or something and it is ... Read More
It's Time For Ting! I come from a very large household just presently. Since moving to Cape Town four years ago, I've lived with many interesting people, on my own, with family, my boyfriend and for sporadic short spurts in New York and London.Right now I share a commune with sixteen other super people and we all enjoy getting together and socia... Read More
"Flat", says Candace.I prefer the word 'dusty'. In fact, I'd argue, this is a good example of Rutherford Dust."Are you", says Candace, "calling this wine flat?""No", says I, "I am calling this wine similar in it's attempt to be something it ultimately is not.""And what prey tell is this wine 'ultimately not'?This wine is ultimately not good Bea... Read More
Hi,I am looking to finde the really fat, thick, creamy Chardonnays. The ones that can hardly leave the glass. It doesn't matter if malolactic fermentation has been used or not - what matters is that the wine is a real "extreme butter bomb".Can anyone recomend any such extremly fat creamy Chardonnays ? Read More
For several reasons, the Dry Creek Valley really is ground-zero for the finest Zin production. Not only are there a disproportionate number of ancient vineyards here, but they tend to be planted on the hillsides, which is not all that surprising in this rather narrow, long valley. The position of the valley and the ridges that form its b... Read More
It's difficult for me to find words that describe just how much I disagree with the idea that the 2002 Kluge red, if it even still exists, is anywhere near what's being produced in Virginia ALONE... LET alone what's being produced in California.DO NOT, and I plead with you to not throw this wine up as an example of World Class Virginia reds wine... Read More
The above article by Gregory Dal Paiz should have noted that these wines are so recognizable because of advertising, not the quality of the wines nor the design of their labels. They are all ordinary wines that are very over-priced - half of what you are paying for is the cost of advertising. For example, at www.WineBestBuys.com we have shown th... Read More
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