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  • As wine lovers who among us doesn't enjoy doing horizontal tastings of wines from a single vineyard? That would probably be none of us yet the opportunity to do this doesn't surface very often. I remember doing a Limerick Lane Zinfandel horizontal last year with 6 takes on the same fruit. Other than that I'm at a loss. It's a great opportunity t... Read More

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  • Out for a nice dinner for my wife's birthday last night. They didn't have any bottles of Hungarian wine that were sweet or off dry (like my wife likes) so we went ahead and went by the glass instead. I'm glad I called the Somm over to discuss however, because I wasn't sure what red to go with...(lot of options!) and I was leaning toward the Beaj... Read More

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  • Weibel Family Gh Green Hungarian NV

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    I experenced this wine in the 70's paired with a swedish meal of pork and it was amazing. I was shocked when Weibel stopped making it and the winery moved from my home town. Crisp, light, sweet, it is truly delicious. Read More

    Wine review by RhonnaM


  • Jon, 11.8%.vv, I posted pics of the latest LL delivery over on the What have you bought lately? conversation.I can see where in the hands of a different maker using grapes from another source you could go from the light green-apple taste that I perceived to the honey/apricot profile.  As I mentioned above, I am looking forward to the Hungarian o... Read More

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  • Limerick Lane arrived, today. Previously, I have had one Furmint, ever, and I've never had a Harslevelu.  So, I really could not say if this one definitively represents either the grapes.  I will say that this is a very good, easy-to-drink, refreshing wine.  Very light--both in body and in flavor.  Subtle fruit flavor of green apple with nice ac... Read More

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  • Bedrock Wine Co. Compagni Portis Vineyard Sonoma Valley 2013

    Snoothrank:

    Clear pale yellow color. Very expressive nosetropical fruits along with orange blossom floral. Not nearly as assertive on the tip of the tongue. Im still getting the tropical fruit along with stone fruit, but it kinda sneaks up on you. An interesting mid-palate heaviness shows up and suddenly, these fruit flavors fade. Acid appears on the b... Read More

    Wine review by EMark


  • GregT's list is great.  I love things like that.Since he doesn't ... than one bottle of Weibel Green Hungarian.It's funny that you mentioned Albarino, v v.  This weekend we visited with some friends and "tasted" Spanish wines--whites from Rias Baixas (i.e., Albarinos) and reds from Rioja.  I quoted the word "tasted" becasuse, really, this annu... Read More

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  • Basically, they just bottle before fermentation is finished and let it continue ... ... No idea. Same with "Green Hungarian" and yet I've had some in Temecula of all places.Souzao, Touriga Francesca, and Touriga Nacional are Port grapes so if you've had Port, chances are you've had those. I'm really interested in tasting some from CA though bec... Read More

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  • OK, so they grow Blue French and Blue Portuguese wines in Hungary.Have they ... ... they tought of growing Green Hungarian?    Sorry, I had to.  As usual, an interesting and informative post, Greg.Holy crap.  I just checked Wikipedia.  It says that Green Hungarian actually comes from Hungary.  Up until this moment, I thought it was a hybrid d... Read More

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  • "Green Hungarian" used to be almost common in CA. Recently I met a guy who told me his neighbor had some vines that he had brought over from Hungary, woven into a kind of wreath so they'd get past customs. He had come over after the revolution in the 1950s and brought these vines which he was now growing to produce wine. But he has no idea what ... Read More

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