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  • Lots of information to pour through, excuse the pun! but thank you all tons.On the topic of decanting from MW45's thread a couple questions.  I like the idea of decanting, it kind of makes sense as does the size and shape of the decanting bottle.  My question is once the wine is poured into the decanter do you keep the wine in it until it's fini... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello Snooth!


  • Retired and looking to become more acquainted with wine products.  It seems like an vast array of confusion to me.  I only drink dark red wines, and the cheap kinds- as you might be able to tell by my username- but I love wine.  So let me get my many thoughts together and in some kind of order and I will get back.  Thank you community.  Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello Snooth!


  • Not limited. I've been in NYC most of my life and had access to any Bordeaux I wanted, and even now that I'm mostly in CA, thanks to the internet I have access to pretty much anything. It's been years since I went into stores to buy most of my wine - that was mostly a rhetorical flourish. I was quite pleased with it though!Being in the business ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic MWW


  • Science is jumping in on the debate about whether music can influence the taste of your next glass of chardonnay. This past weekend news website Inquisitr featured a story about the conclusions of Charles Spence, a professor of behavioral psychology who claims music can alter our enjoyment of a drink or meal. “Can we capture aromas or bouquet mu... Read More

    From the article Oxford Prof Says Link Exists Between Food, Wine, Music


  • I am a life long wine enthusiast with a preference for Bordeaux, particularly if consumed at maturity. I do enjoy wines from other parts of the world but find I like the ones that have a claret style best. I dislike CA/domestic  fruit bombs that seem so prevalent and popular in the U S.My bias toward Bordeaux was probably set when a friend of mi... Read More

    Forum post in the topic MWW


  • It all started with a Facebook post.  This past week the Australian Broadcast Corporation's (ABC) Natalie Whiting ran a story about a McLaren Vale winemaker who offered up through Facebook an excess block of grapes for anyone who was willing to use the purchase for charity. The response to winemaker Jock Harvey's call, Whiting wrote, was phenome... Read More

    From the article Wine Community Bands Together To Help Aussie Homeless


  • Apsara Sauvignon Blanc Kick Ranch 2014

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    Big nosegrapefruit, grass, some floral hints. On entry, the grapefruit is apparent, but it does subside. Grassiness noted in the nose is also there as a secondary flavor feature. As you might guess, there is lots of acidity from entry through finish. As the wine warms up a bit (Id pulled it right froom the fridge) there is gren apple includi... Read More

    Wine review by EMark


  • Why did this thread get revived?Anyway, Marilyn Merlot is hardly the worst of stupid names and at least the bottle isn't offensive. One of the stupidest has to be Plungerhead, which supposedly was actually named after a long-time employee of the Sebastiani family with a similar name. But why would you want your wine to be associated with a plugg... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Marilyn Merlot


  • I once, a few years back, almost pulled the trigger on a real estate purchase in the hills back behind the Big Sur coastline. Was reminiscing on that today, and wondered why I never hear about wine from that area. Is it because I'm so far away and out of touch and there actually are barrels and barrels of wine being made there, or because the cu... Read More

    Forum post in the topic From Santa Cruz south through...


  • Getting back your roots is a matter of blending, according to a story this past by The Australian's Max Allen.  “In our modern world we've become obsessed with single varietal wines, where each type of grape is kept separate from the others in the vineyard and the winery – planted on its own, picked on its own, fermented on its own, bottle on it... Read More

    From the article Going Old-School: Some Australian Winemakers Embrace "Field Blend"


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