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  • Obviously not all individuals have the same likes/dislikes, but if wine criticism rightly starts by describing and assessing the objective properties of a wine, it's hard to understand how one critic can call a wine "fruity" and another complain it has "no fruit."  I've seen this in the case of two popular imported brand wines from Europe, Rene ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Conflicting Reviews,...

  • With the shift to fall in full swing, it’s time to start looking at some specific wines. While I made some general recommendations in my recent Types of Wine article, I thought now would be a good idea to see what’s on the shelves.Even though it’s getting cooler I’m still not ready to surrender the summer and embrace full-throttle wines, though ... Read More

    From the article Zinfandel Tasted October 2010

  • As we say goodbye to the Beaujolais winemaker, Marcel Lapierre, who sadly passed on a few days ago, we welcome his son Mathieu, who has already been involved in the winemaking of his father for some time.I have followed Marcel ever since he took over his family domain, Villie Morgon, in the early seventies.A disciplined experimental winemaker he... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Bye, bye, Marcel .

  • I have some questions about suggested drink dates.How are they determined?How concrete are they?Why do they vary so much within the same variety of wine.Are they assuming proper temp, humidity and light control? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Questions about Drink Dates???

  • Henry Lagarde Malbec Blend Guarda 2006


    I write this review in seeing the wine at its current price of under $15... which is, frankly, an insane deal.This is not a "light bodied" malbec blend but more akin to an old fashioned Bordeaux blend in its style, composition, and weight.I poured it for a tasting (full disclosure: at Giannone Wine & Liquor) just a month ago and was able to watc... Read More

    Wine review by ChipDWood

  • Guys I am doing a little research on Burgundian wines, pinot noir specifically. What are the generally accepted finest Pinot Noirs from the Cote de Beaune region of Burgundy? I greatly appreciate your help. Read More

    Forum post in the topic What is the finest Pinot Noir...

  • Do you consider the grape varieties used while sipping your wine? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Do you consider ..?

  • Hello there,I'm new here and also new to wine. I'm from Canada and have a friend in France who is sending me a couple bottles of wine. I have no idea how good they are. He says they are some very nice wines, but was wondering if anyone here has some experience with them and can tell me if they are good or not. The one is Albert Schoech Gewurztra... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Any information or reviews on...

  • If any of Barolo's communes could make the most of the powerful, dense character of the 2006 vintage it was Serralunga. Historically the home to the most austere, tannic, and unforgiving wines of the region, it's no surprise then that many producers in Serralunga were able to manage the weight and tannins of this important vintage as well as, if... Read More

    From the article Serralunga - Barolo 2006

  • Change is in the air. The seasons are shifting, and with it our dining (and drinking!) habits. While we can still embrace the last appearance of summer vegetables at the farmer's markets, braising time is just around the corner. For me this is the most exciting time of the year. The produce is still fresh, but cooler weather means exciting, deep... Read More

    From the article Chateau Ste. Michelle - My Chateau

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