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  • Don't forget that history also applies to farming practices. You grow grapes to get juice that you can ferment into wine. You can ferment the red grapes once they're at a certain point of ripeness, meaning that they have at least enough sugar to ferment to 11-12 percent alcohol. Then you pick because if you don't and if you live in an Atlantic r... Read More

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  • Spinning this discussion out from another thread.To start with, here is a report, with queries, from one of our regulars: Reply by EMark, 2 hours ago.OK, here's an everything-but-the-kitchen sink wine:Get a load of this (from the back label)76% Cabernet Sauvignon8% Syrah5% Petit Verdot3% Cabernet Franc3% Malbec3% Merlot2% Petite SirahAlso, the f... Read More

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  • Lord knows they don't use oak in Burgundy. If only they could find a good source for barrels. ;-)Qak is a winemakers stylistic decision and has nothing to do with where the wine is made. Plenty of oaked white Burgs. Over-oaked Chards are common place and litter the grocery store shelves world wide. The hipsters and IPOB avis loving crowds are le... Read More

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  • Everyone wants a good deal. It doesn’t matter what you’re buying, we all like to save a buck. In the wine world there are several ways to save money and get a good bottle of wine. One in particular is to shop in categories that aren’t as popular, well known or highly scored as some others. There are a multitude of reasons a particular category m... Read More

    From the article The World's Most Undervalued Wines: Chilean Pinot Noir

  • Unless you bought them with aging potential in mind, a fair few of your 2013 pink and white wines won’t be drinkable by next spring. Guzzle down the last of those quick-to-turn bottles, cellar a few others, and ready yourself for the onset of fall wines. Even if you do not live in a starkly transitional climate, this a great time to think about ... Read More

    From the article Summer Fall Transition Wines Under $20

  • Dessert wines are often saved for the winter holidays when we tend to linger at the table with our family and friends, but summer brings its own set of celebrations that are perfect for opening a bottle of something sweet. As the days lengthen and temperatures rise, it's a perfect time to head outdoors for a picnic, barbeque or dinner party on t... Read More

    From the article The Sweet Taste of Summer

  • This past week, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation published a story that may be of some interest to wine drinkers around the world, partly because it provides proof that online wine sales are on the rise and partly because online social media accounts play a big role in how Australian wine drinkers make their decisions about what they'll p... Read More

    From the article Welcome to the New Cellar Door: Aussies, Kiwis Buying Online

  • In defense of Oaked and Buttery Chardonnays I must say that "I like it".  I know the trend is for the unoaked stainless steel ferment to be on the rise and people are saying that they prefer it over the "Other kind". That may be the trend but the Oaked and Buttery varieties are still my favorites although the unoaked brands are ok also.So in fin... Read More

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  • Well, I agree with you D - I don't buy into the sweet vs bitter thing. I like my coffee with cream because I don't like the acidity of it w/out the cream, but I can't stand sugar in it. And I like chocolate in all forms as long as it's good chocolate, and that has far less to do with the amount of cocoa mass than with the quality of the bean and... Read More

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  • At least I thought it was.This article was linked over on WB.  I thought I would post the link, here:Don't Fear WineLarry Schaffer is the owner/winemaker at Tercero Wines up in the Los Olivos/Santa Ynez area.  He posts regularly over on Wineberserkers, and I usually enjoy his comments.  In this article, I which, I guess, he was the interviewee, ... Read More

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