|Region:||Australia » Victoria|
Excellent Pinot. My first from Australia. This kicks the butt of any California Pinot under $20. I love the fact that this is unoaked which really brings out the strawberry and raspberry qualities.
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AS per Dmker's suggestionI have started a discsussion on this topicHunter Valley is the most famous place for SemillonThey are very long lived and interesting made with nil or almost nil Oak treatmentSadly depsite most people who trythem saying how good they are very few buy themRestauranteurs regard them as great food wines but struggle to sell... Read More
Hi All,I am arriving in SF on Thursday morning, Sept. 29 and driving to the wine country. Does anybody want to meet me for a glass of wine? I need to be in Sacramento Friday early evening.BLM Read More
Too many redwoods for reliable solar without chopping several down--this is literally a redwood house within a redwood forest, one remarkably dense for being so close in to civilization.That's the problem with some houses in the trees in western Marin and Sonoma. Wet, dark winters, little light. Told OT once about an intervention had to perform ... Read More
I assume you know, Al, that Stags' Leap Winery is not the same as Stag's Leap Wine Cellars. The latter created the reputation for the name and area, while the former has mostly ridden on its coat tails due to the extremely similar names. SL Wine Cellars couldn't ask them to give up the name because the initial SL Winery farm with some grapes on ... Read More
Ok, new year and time for a new topic of discussion. Just yesterday I opened this Pinot Noir from California that initially sounded promising. First - it was given to Sandra as a retirement gift so it was free. Second - a Pinot Noir bottled in St. Helena CA, so it has to be decent, right? and Third - a nice looking label. Well, this 2014 Me... Read More
OK, this is a topic that hasn't come up recently but has many times in the past. How to store wine in the house? Whether to refrigerate? How to choose passive or refrigerated wine cellars? What kind of wine fridges are best? Etc., etc.I was doing some real estate shopping in the Ventura/Santa Barbara counties area and ran across a higher-end h... Read More
Few things better represent the art of winemaking more than the image of oak wine barrel racks inside a picturesque château, as they lovingly age the sweet juices that will one day be poured into our glasses. It’s an Old World image that reminds us to respect the timeless task of winemaking. While there are many types of wood barrels in which wi... Read More
If you talk to the right people, you’ll learn very quickly that Portugal has controlled world trade for centuries, and is responsible for a myriad of inventions--including the compass, Christopher Columbus, the best sardines, and the croissant. (French bakers copied the Portuguese technique.) The Portuguese people who spin these tales are a dist... Read More
Cameras have been the domain of robotic vineyard tools recently – they take photos of vines to help vintners understand vine health and maturation. A team of researchers from Purdue University are expanding the robotic reach of vineyard technology by developing a machine that can prune vines. “A year from now, robots could be pruning your vines,... Read More
In the delicious debate over which closure is best, blows are landed on a daily basis like the featured bout on a fight card. The latest haymaker came from The Huffington Post’s Eleanor Shannon, who, with the intrepid coaxing of the environment in her corner, came out swinging this past week in defense of the cork enclosure. “Cork is infinitely ... Read More