|Winery:||Peter Lehmann Wines Ltd|
|Region:||Australia » Barossa Valley|
11/26/10 This is a big, beautiful wine with elegant balance and evolving complexity that grows more elegant and beautiful throughout four hours after uncorking, and is most likely still good for eight to ten years in the cellar. At opening, big brawn...
|Winery:||Royal Tokaji Wine Company|
|Region:||Hungary » Tokaj|
95 points. In the glass this wine looks the way that it tastes; golden like sunshine. The color alone is impressive, with its intense liquid gemstone cast, but the nose is extraordinary. The blend of different components is fascinating. I immediately ...
|Winery:||Boekenhoutskloof Wine Estate|
|Region:||South Africa » Western Cape|
|Varietal:||Syrah , Cinsault , Mourvèdre , Viognier|
Has a smoky nose with some spices, cherry and plum. Smoky and cherry on the palate...very nice mouth feel. This wine has been very consistent, have had since 03 and always have a couple in the rack. (87)
|Region:||Australia » South Australia » Mclaren Vale|
An abundance of rosemary and stewed blueberries overwhelm the senses in this extracted wine. With big oak, big body, and big tannins pair this stunner with herb-crusted rack of lamb and purée of garlic potato, or venison medallions with a red cherry po...
|Winery:||Marietta Wine Cellars|
|Region:||USA » California » Sonoma County » Alexander Valley|
|Varietal:||Zinfandel , Petite Sirah , Carignan|
This is a great classic wine!! Full bodied and great nose, some might be put off by a cedar "musty" smell but I think it adds great charater. I always have this wine on the rack or in the cellar. A must have.
|Region:||Italy » Piemonte » Barbaresco » Alba » Barbera d'Alba|
This is a very good Barbera. Nice acidity and the tannins have been toned down a bit by the oaking. While many wineries have not decided to oak their barbera wines, this wine is a great example of what you can get in an oaked barbera. This wine cost...
As a fan of Fu-ki Plum Wine, I was anxious to try another. Although this class is in the 'too sweet to have often' category for me, every now and then that dessert craving comes 'round. Most of the flavour is reminiscent of a cream sherry, which was ...
A wonderful Sauvignon, which always has a spot or two in my rack. I haven't met anyone who isn't very impressed by this wine!
|Winery:||Cameron Hughes Wine|
|Region:||USA » California » Sonoma Valley|
|Varietal:||Cabernet Sauvignon , Cabernet Franc , Merlot|
This is the perfect no-nonsense wine that hides in the wine rack. Lot's of fruit and smooth tannin. Moderate acid, but a nice compliment to a mid-week barbecue. I would think this wine is probably more Merlot than anything else but the blend is integra...
|Winery:||Herdade Monte da Cal|
|Region:||Portugal » Alentejo » Vinho Regional Alentejano|
|Varietal:||Alicante Bouschet , Tempranillo|
A very direct note of sweet, toasty oak almost wrapped in sweet black fruit; but this is just a spice rack on the nose with nutmeg, cinnamon, allspice and dried ginger galore. There is a nice bed of black raspberry fruit lurking under the surface. With...
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I've got IKEA racking in our basement...er....wine cellar and it's ... ... puts them in the appropriate wine rack. She generally makes room for the new ones by moving some of the old ones to my metal racks, from which I select our wine(s) for dinner and such.Sorry to hear about your close call OT. Good idea to take a breather and think about... Read More
Passive cellars with well built, well anchored racks. Then no worries, even with earthquakes up to the scale of they 2011 north of Tokyo. Spend enough time trying to figure out how to have access to/usage of such, and the mind can be at ease for decades. No more worrying about crawl space issues, closet issues, refrigeration unit technology issu... Read More
Not since my first thermoelectric wine cooler have I had a storage malfunction, until this week. I remember a few years back when EMark shared the story of his wine fridge collapse where multiple bottles were lost to breakage. Fast forward 4 years or so and I have an "Oh shit!" moment to share.I was looking for a bottle of wine to drink Monday n... Read More
what a gem! finally I found a french burgundy under $15 that should be $100 a bottle or more. what a smooth, fruity ( but not overwhelming) clean and boisterous wine. I'm racing back to get the other bottles off the bargain rack and into my cellar. Read More
The limited wine that I have is stored laying down in a dark cupboard with the rack on a thick piece of slate with another piece standing next to it in order to try and maintain an even temperature around 18c, Read More
Last night was definitely wine with food. Was at the Greenbrier main dining room and rack of lamb jumped off the page. Found a Bourgueil on the BTG list, and it really was one of those great pairings that I'll remember, and one to add to Meursault/Lobster, and Red Burgundy/Duck.The 2012 Bourgueil was more on the elegant, finessed side, though no... Read More
Amour - I do believe everyone enjoyed their small glass of the dessert wine ... ... but I went over to their wine racks to look at an interesting Ridge wine that was over $200. Ahhhhh, I bet that would taste pretty nic Read More
Amour here-I am not only having fun with grand cru wine; I go about looking seriously at the under $20. rack as well!!!!Sometimes!!!!I did some research and found that these under $20. wines are CROWD PLEASERS...for those looking to drink affordable wine IN BETWEEN the pricey stuff!!!!Here they are: Poet's Leap Riesling 2015 Columbia Valley U... Read More
Today was my birthday and after a grueling 3.5 hour massage, I stopped at ... ... at ... is safely home in my wine rack awaiting another special day. &nbs Read More
If there's a test, I'm not interested.Last night. A pretty good Chardonnay. I have to say, more Mrs.'s EMark's kind than mine--much more the big oaky California style than what I usually like. Once I was able to get pleast the caramel there was some terrific lemon that just lingered for several minutes. The good news for Mrs. EMark is that w... Read More