Wines That Work

206-295-7609 PO Box 2472
Issaquah, WA 98027
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  • I like red wines like Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir.  I'm looking into storing up some to keep for special occassions like anniversaries, birthdays, etc.  I was told that Cabernet ages better than Merlot and Bordeaux wines also age well.  But I'm not sure what to look for in a wine that could help me distinguish that.  Any suggestions? Read More

    Forum post in the topic How to find a good wine that...

  • I taste a lot of wine, both for work and pleasure.  I would like to get better at it, but I don't know how.   While I am able to pick out varietals, and often, even regions, pretty accurately, I want more than that. I want to be able to pick out all of the wine's nuances, both on the nose and on the palate.  Often when I am tasting I find that o... Read More

    Forum post in the topic How do I become a better wine...

  • Saturday Morning was a sad day indeed when I found out the Joe had passed. I knew Joe well, better than in passing though we were not quite friends. I had the pleasure of dining with him many times, and the displeasure of dining with him a few times.While not always an easy fellow to get along with Joe was someone worth getting along with, and b... Read More

    Forum post in the topic RIP Joe Dressner

  • I have spent most of the making a large game piewith just about everything in it Venison,pheasant,rabbit , pigeon and a few boiled Quail eggs to eat coldon a picnic .so come on folks as it has taken so long to make it, give me your ideas for a good wine to go with it .JJ Read More

    Forum post in the topic Game pie

  • The other Greg, not me.Last night Greg generously offered to open some older wines and for some reason asked if I'd be interested. Turns out to have been the perfect night because my entire plan for the evening was to go home, have some leftovers, and go to sleep. So sure I'd go taste some wine. His quid pro quo was that I write something, and s... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Drinking Greg's wine

  • So on Monday at 7:30pm i'm going to kick off my webcast series with some live rants. I hope to be live with you as frequently as possible, we're running the webcasts m-th, though some will be videos of interviews, walks through famous vineyards, and who knows what else. That's where you come in. I hope you'll join me on my Daily Rant Channel: ht... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Ranting everyday (almost)

  • Ménage a Trois Merlot Rose Folie a Deux 2009


    Okay so get your mind out of the gutter and stop giggling. The name, Ménage à Trois, comes from the winemakers using three different young varietals in their wines and for the 2009 Red it seems to work quite nicely. Albeit a very naughty name! They have such a fun website that you should check out.The wine is a dark ruby color. On the nose, i... Read More

    Wine review by 40somethinglife

  • We are thrilled to have Patrick Comiskey join us for a guest appearance this week. Check out his article "A Spotling on Natural Wine" if you haven't already done so.As you may know, Patrick is a featured author on Zester Daily, has a long history reviewing and chronicling the American wine scene, and is putting the finishing touches on a long an... Read More

    From the article Questions with Patrick Comiskey

  • You could put this under "Wine and Travel," but here's the idea:  dmcker responded to something I said about Cline wines that got me thinking.  Some wines are good, but not necessarily worth seeking out.  They're completely enjoyable, reliable from vintage to vintage, affordable, and widely found.  These aren't always the experiences we are afte... Read More

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  • If you're more than a casual wine drinker, if you follow wine the way bookies follow horses and TMZ follows starlets, then you're familiar with the Natural Wine movement. How could you not be? In the last couple of years, it seems as if every cogent wine commentator in print from San Francisco to Sydney has seen fit to write about the phenomenon... Read More

    From the article A Spotlight on Natural Wine

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