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206-295-7609 PO Box 2472
Issaquah, WA 98027
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  • I hesitated in starting this topic, as I truly believe all wines should pair well to at least some foods.  We all experience a pleasure from those perfect pairings that we discover.. matches made in heaven :-)But what about sipping wine?  And what does that mean to people?   Here in California, it is NOT uncommon to pop open a bottle of wine to ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic "Food" wine vs. "sipping" wine


  • Hi,I am looking to finde the really fat, thick, creamy Chardonnays. The ones that can hardly leave the glass. It doesn't matter if malolactic fermentation has been used or not - what matters is that the wine is a real "extreme butter bomb".Can anyone recomend any such extremly fat creamy Chardonnays ? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Fat, rich, creamy and buttery...


  • A few weeks ago I wrote an introduction to the great cellarable wines of France. Today, I want to begin to follow up on that topic, exploring where one might find the values for the cellar among all the great wines in the marketplace. It’s easy to buy wines for the cellar, much harder to buy well. Give just about anyone $100 for a bottle and the... Read More

    From the article 18 Wines to Buy Now: Bordeaux and Burgundy


  • 1. Steve Tanzer - Like how he grades tough and also like the regions he specializes in (Burgundy, Piedmont, California/Washington, South Africa, Bordeaux).  Actually, I never knew this guy was American until I looked it up.2. James Suckling - Really like his approach to ratings, and think his website is a must for wine connoisseurs. 3. Robert Pa... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Rate the Wine Critics


  • I did enjoy Gregory Del Piaz's article on this subject.I am a Brit who visits France about once a year and usually hits a supermarket in or near Calais on the way home.l frequently buy Cahors.which I like and not only because it is cheap and I have never found it too tannic.I also often buy Corbierres,an appellation not mentioned in the article,... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Affordable French Wines


  • We were sitting around one recent winter afternoon, enjoying one of our favorite Tuscan I.G.T.'s, Fattoria Montagliari's 1997 Brunesco, when it occured to us that this wine would be amazing combined with bitter chocolate. Now, the idea of combining certain wines with chocolate is nothing new - but this Brunesco!With that, Antonio grabbed the hal... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wedding made in heaven:...


  • Until recently the only "wine" that I've enjoyed was Arbor Mist blackberry Merlot.  Well a few weeks ago a fellow co-worker suggested to try a Moscato.  She personally tried the Barefoot brand, so I followed her suggestion and LOVED it.  Since then I've tried Easley's Raggae Red, which I also loved, and Barefoot Riesling, Barefoot White Zinfande... Read More

    Forum post in the topic New to wine and looking for...


  • Virginia Governor Robert McDonald has been incredibly bullish and aggressive (good things) regarding the future of Virginia wine making and its surrounding agritourism potential for the Commonwealth.This new legislation is just another example of his policy directly promoting the expansion of wine production from the Cardinal's Commonwealth.  St... Read More

    Forum post in the topic More great news from Virginia...


  • So, it's time once again for me to try and guess what it is our professional users want to read about today. As it turns out, this simple task is one of the most challenging of my week. With my usual wine content it's actually pretty easy to zero on a topic that will be interesting for both myself and my readers, but here I am faced with a diffe... Read More

    From the article What Do You Want to Know?


  • One topic leads to another! How many of you think cork taint is less common than it was a few years ago? I think things have gotten better and I know of at least one cork broker who has a method of purging the TCA out of the corks before delivery. Plus, they work with a very sophisticated wine lab and the QC is much better. What do you think? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Is Cork Taint on the Decline?


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