Wines That Work

206-295-7609 PO Box 2472
Issaquah, WA 98027
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  • 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

    Forum post in the topic Vacation Wines.


  • 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


  • I'm really enjoying a Hermitage lately that is a steal at $17. Equinoxe or the official name: Domaine des Lises Crozes-Hermitage Équinoxe Maxime GraillotBlack as night with a big mouthfull of dark berries, pepper, spice and the acidity to cut through a USDA Prime NY Strip. Gone through 1/2 a case in the last few weeks and keep coming back for mo... Read More

    Forum post in the topic A bargain at twice the price...


  • I have found that when I walk into a wine store and find a huge display of one particular wine with all the hoopla of how good this wine is and how great of a deal it is, the wine usually winds up to be a lemon.I think that some wine merchants know when a certain wine just sucks and they push it to the forefront with a big display area and false... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Featured wines


  • This comment might be considered a timely follow-up to the recent Snooth items on BYOB restaurants.Over the last thirty-something years my wife and I have enjoyed several cruise vacations.  We are now booked on a 14-day cruise to Hawaii that departs from and returns to Los Angeles.  It had never really occurred to me that I could bring my own wi... Read More

    Forum post in the topic BYOB on a Cruise


  • I have just recently encountered the expression "black glass tasting."  It sounds like in a black glass tasting, the participants are using black glasses so that they cannot discern the color of the wine.  I went to Wikipedia and saw this sentence regarding the rationale behind black glass tasting, "A taster's judgment can be prejudiced by knowi... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Black Glass Tasting


  • Erzeti Merlot Amphora 2000. Purchased fall of 2005. Cost: some number of euros. Dobrovo Castle – Brda Vinoteka, Slovenia. Enjoyed right there in the castle’s cellar.Talk about down the road to ruin… One stormy evening a very special wine stood on its own screaming at me, “Only wine can do this!”It was a thundering, stormy night… really!John (fia... Read More

    From the article The Epiphany Wine Responsible for My Road to Ruin


  • So over the past few weeks, I’ve put together some ideas for what to drink next. Just to repeat, these are only suggestions. You might be shocked to hear that I frequently get asked, “What should I drink?” It’s a tough question and there is no stock answer. In fact, the only way to answer it by asking additional questions. What do you like? Why ... Read More

    From the article What to Drink Next


  • Cameron Hughes Lot #160Lodi, California, is in the San Joaquin Valley. The San Joaquin Valley is known for its jug wines. I will never drink a San Joaquin Valley wine. It’s a good thing I didn’t know that Lodi was in the SJ Valley when I drank that Cameron Hughes Lot #160 in March of 2010. Otherwise, I may not have known how truly delicious it w... Read More

    From the article Lost in Lodi - My Wine Epiphany


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