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  • Wine geeks are sometimes told to lighten-up. Wine is “just a drink”; “just a grocery”. When it comes to serving whites at 42° F versus 47° F, matching wines to specific glasses and pairing Assyrtiko rather than Sauvignon Blanc with crudo, I agree. However, I suggest you don’t tell a Georgian to chill about wine. In this dramatically rugged Cauca... Read More

    From the article A Reverence for Georgia Wines


  • Getting back your roots is a matter of blending, according to a story this past ... ... Allen wrote, red and white grapes were picked and fermented together. Certainly out of style in today's world, Allen noted “a growing number of winemakers are once again playing with the concept.” Allen then dove into a series of reviews about Australian fi... Read More

    From the article Going Old-School: Some Australian Winemakers Embrace "Field Blend"


  • Took this to my WSET 3 class since we were studying Greece, mixed reviews all around. Yellow to light gold in color, the nose is all about pine and lemon.  The taste is more of the same with medium light acidity and a medium short finish. Not for the faint of heart. From what I've read, this not the best expression of this wine as there is a sto... Read More

    Forum post in the topic And now for something...


  • You can't make shirts with it, but wine definitely tastes better with cotton. Texas' farmers – some who've relied on cotton for years – are now turning to grapes as a source of income, so much so, The Wall Street Journal reported this past Monday, that the state is now one of the top-five wine producers in the United States. “Among the rows of w... Read More

    From the article Cowboy Country Class: Texan Farmers Turn To Grapes


  • A 2013 climate study titled “Wine, climate change and conservation” by climate change expert Lee Hannah posited that the world's vineyards would experience average temperature increases between 2.5 and 4.7 degrees Celsius in the next 35 years.  While the forecast did not bode well for France, Italy and California, “swaths of the British Columbia... Read More

    From the article Okanagan Valley Winemakers Unfazed by Nature's Attempt to Turn Up the Heat


  • There's a big lawsuit in the works right now against a slew of cheap wine producers here in the states.The suit claims that a number of wineries have failed to get their levels of arsenic under control because it exceeds legal requirements.Cupcake...Sutter Home....Menage A Trois....Franzia....Berringer....Glen Ellen....Just to name a few.I think... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Arsenic in our wine??


  • Domaine de Durban Muscat de Beaumes-de-Venise 2005

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    This bottle was part of a lot I bought on the website www.bidforwine.co.uk/auctions/show/64493.Muscat de Beaumes-de-Venise is an AOC created in 1945 for sweet white wines made from the muscat grapes [noir and blanc ] from around the village of that name about 15 miles east of the town of Orange on the southerly facing slopes of a limestone hill ... Read More

    Wine review by duncan 906


  • You should never judge a grape by its color. This past week wine journalist Erika Szymanski chronicled the differences between pinot noir, pinot gris and pinot blanc. Her conclusion in the Palate Press article? Though pinot grapes may be a different color, their genetic information is actually quite similar. “If you found that unsatisfying, you ... Read More

    From the article Pinot Noir: Parent to a Rather Mutated Family


  • Let’s take a trip back in time. Close your eyes and imagine yourself an English explorer, a shipmate of Sir Walter Raleigh’s. You've just braved the Atlantic crossing and are rowing to shore towards a strange island on a forbidding coast. Yet immediately on landing, you see a very familiar site: Grapes. Lots of them. Coastal North Carolina at th... Read More

    From the article Underrated Wine Travel: North Carolina


  • It may not be the Mona Lisa or The Last Supper, but it's definitely making news. This past week United Kingdom-based newspaper The Telegraph reported that a team Italian experts have identified the type of grape Leonardo da Vinci grew at his home and have planted a vineyard in Milan in honor of the great artist. “After a decade of research inclu... Read More

    From the article Italian Master's Vineyard Vicariously Voyages To New Milanese Home


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