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  • Well you did good to try it a little later. All the GGs are picked at Spatlese level and then fermented dry. For me it's of more academic interest than anything else and I'd probably have done what you did - wonder WTF and put the wine away. Good thing you got back to it in full control of your faculties!It's kind of weird though isn't it - the ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Pulling the Wrong Bottle


  • The majority of wines on the market these days are meant to be consumed within one to five years. This is a natural law. Producing wines that can sit in the cellar for decades is time-consuming and expensive. There is a time and place for wines that age and adventurous palates are required. Most all age-worthy wines will have high acid, tannin, ... Read More

    From the article Your Guide to Aged Wines


  • Was in the mood to open some wine yesterday, reaching for a red but then my wife chimed in, asking for a Riesling. As I didn't especially care to open one I offered a Hungarian white (Zsoke I believe) that was unfortunately corked, so then decided I'd better reach for the Riesling. In so doing, I had assumed it was a basic Schafer Frolich Spatle... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Pulling the Wrong Bottle


  • Okay, so are tannins sour or bitter?  I was in a pub at Sloan Square in London in '78 where I was served a "bitter" beer, and let me tell you, bitter was the right word for it!  I didn't want to insult anyone so I took it with me into the latrine and poured it down the drain.  I'm quite certain the bitter taste in a wine is not anywhere as sever... Read More

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  • As near as I can recall, I said something about having a particular fondness for Argentine Malbecs along with Chilean Carmineres and Cabs.  The problem I have is that I suffered a head injury about 30 years ago that took away a good bit of my olfactory sense, so many of the nuances of a fine wine are totally lost on me.  Reading a description of... Read More

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  • Okay, I have no idea how to do this.  I posted what I thought was an intro a week or two ago and I cannot find either my post or any of whatever replies there might have been.  Computers and the arcane rituals one has to perform in order to make sense of any of this crap are an absolute mystery to me.  I am a MENSA member so I know perfectly wel... Read More

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  • Hmm, I forgot to post the rear label on that Zin that I had the other day.  The reference to Bedrock would have made more sense if I had.  So, here you go: Lookee here.  Another '14 Bedrock Vienyard Zin for tonight. Well, this test gives an idea of similar source grapes in the hands of different winemakers.  This one shows noticeably more red fr... Read More

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  • Pretty good price allowing a bigger plunge--get this Gattinara while the getting's good. Seems Cauble is of similar opinion about that region's wines to a statement I made over in WB...  ;-) Nervi, Podere dei Ginepri, Nebbiolo, “Spanna,” Coste della Sesia DOC Piedmont, Italy 2012 Many of you are familiar with Nebbiolo’s uncanny ability to captur... Read More

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  • Wine is not becoming too industrial. However, to explore this concept one must first understand what the word industrial means. Industrial means “of an industry”. In that sense all wine is inherently industrial because it is part of the wider wine industry. The question of if wine is becoming too industrial is then what should be explored in dep... Read More

    From the article What Savvy Wine Consumers Should Know


  • Garnacha has arrived. Wine drinkers demand varietal Garnacha bottles and ask for the grape by name. Garnacha delivers versatility and character. Her gently styled dark fruit flavors pair with a broad range of dishes, and stand on their own. Now that we’ve established Garnacha as a go-to grape, we turn our attention to location. Where will we fin... Read More

    From the article Where to Find the Best Garnacha, Part One


  • I love to support a small, local wine shop. Wine Sense has never let me down. The owner and his staff are knowledgeable and have recommended some wonderful wines. I enjoy sharing these finds with friends. Buying a case makes economic sense.

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  • They have great prices and hard to find wines from the Fingerlakes

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