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  • Napa Valley grape growers and winemakers wore out their worry beads in 2011. Rain came early, often and didn’t want to go away. It was a cool year as well, forcing winemakers to spend even more time walking the vineyards than usual. Napa Valley is accustomed to dry, warm, sunny growing seasons. It’s Cabernet Sauvignon wines are widely known for ... Read More

    From the article Vintage Update: 2011 Napa Valley Cabernet


  • Domaine Jean-Louis Chave St. Joseph Offerus 2003

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    I bought this bottle of wine as part of a lot from the website www.bidforwine.co.uk/auctions/show/57537 Saint Joseph is an AOC created in 1956 [ although wine production in the area goes back to at least the Romans ] for red and white wines from the area around the village of Tournon on the west bank of the Rhone opposite Tain/Hermitage on the ... Read More

    Wine review by duncan 906


  • Emark pointed us to an article on prions. Here's another reason for stuck fermentations.Basically, if your yeast converts all of the glucose, that's the end of the story. But these yeasts like fructose so can survive longer and keep working.http://www.wine-searcher.com/m/2013/01/detective-work-on-ancient-yeastI was OK with it until the end, when... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Another cause of stuck...


  • In a world where extremes are becoming the paradigms for perfection its a little surprising that one doesn’t hear much of the wines of Saxony. Strike that. One doesn’t hear anything about these wines. And that is not surprising because the production is tiny and the wines almost all consumed locally. But you should be hearing about these wines, ... Read More

    From the article Wines You'll Probably never Try


  • The terrain of Oregon's Willamette Valley is made up of bountiful complex ... ... their terroir like no other grape varietal. Some Pinot Noirs are more terroir-driven than others, expressing their surroundings with intense, memorable characteristics; such as, these five outstanding Willamette Valley Pinot Noirs Read More

    From the article The terroir of the Willamette Valley


  • Just found another offering for the same Muscadet winemaker I recommended above. My warning flag popped up because this level of attention often leads to future price rises...  ;-(From the Somm Select flash site. Not sure how the formatting will transfer, so apologizing ahead of time if it doesn't work so well... DOMAINE DE LA PÉPIÈRE, CHÂTEAU T... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What have you bought lately?


  • Vinovino - I think that's exactly the same problem emark identified - people want the same experience in MacDonald's whether in Peoria or Shanghai and the same wine when they buy that brand.DV - I don't know, you make barrels from trees of different vintages although I'm surprised that some enterprising cooper hasn't tried to market barrels from... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Zinfandel for a Beginner


  • Yes but that's partly because it's what we've been given. With sherry, there's no vintage variation because it's all blended. Although there are a few who are trying to change that.But there's really no reason we have the obsession with vintages for still wines, other than the need of the producers to hype the most recent vintage. But if you hav... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Zinfandel for a Beginner


  • I got so excited about dolcetto this year, see my report on The Return of Dolcetto, that I almost forgot about Barbera!  I love Barbera. It’s a rich wine, though too often spoofed up with too much oak, but when you find an example that focuses on the fruit you get a wine that is bursting with mouth cleansing acids, rich with plummy fruit, and li... Read More

    From the article Barbera is Taking on Airs


  • Wow. It sounds like you went more for the beauty of the scenery than the wine.. but that is bizarre. Very bizarre. I never really associated Japan as making wine as *WE* know it. Thought they were more into other spirits derived from grape and plum, as well as their Sake. But this is fascinating to know..You've reminded of a story, when I went t... Read More

    Forum post in the topic The 'weirdest' wineries out...


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