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1 WINEMASTER WAY , STE D
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  • Grenache

    You’re a member of the ‘Rhône Ranger’ band. Your groupies think you’re ‘hot’, even when you're boozy and "strung out"...

  • Diamond

    History of the grape: The varietal dates back to the 1880s when horticulturalist Jacob Moore (hence the synonym “Moor...

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  • Mira Vos Mendoza Malbec 2014

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    A recent Tasting Room selection. Semi-opaque Garnet Red. Opens with Cherry/Spice; Nutmeg & Black Pepper; a bit of Orange Peel zing and Alcohol burn; Somewhat tannic mouthful, though overall smooth and easy. Finishes with Cherry/Plum and more Cherry, Oak and Smoke. Not too bad, seemed somewhat thin and not quite as bold compared to other Malbecs. Read More

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  • Haywood Estate Primitivo 2009

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    Another recent Naked Wines selection. A real slick mouthful. Dark red Garnet. Opens with loads and loads of spice, Pepper, and raw Clove; then full Concord Grape, Oak, and a 'rustic' Cherry; off to Pine and Thyme and Tomato leaf. Smooth, silky, dense, luscious mouthful. Loads more over-ripe Black Fruit, and spice and Cedar. Long finish of spice... Read More

    Wine review by puhnner


  • Jen Pfeiffer Rebel Tempranillo 2015

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    A recent Naked Wines selection. Dark red purple opaque. Opens with Strawberry/Mint/Cherry; a bit of Moss and Pine Bark; Cinnamon/Five Spice/Thyme. Grippy mouthful with Minerals, Damp Earth, Chocolate and more spices. Young with some alcohol burn and not as earthy as my preferred style of Tempranillo, but still good. Would like to set this aside ... Read More

    Wine review by puhnner


  • Alamos Torrontes 2015

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    Lemon, grapefruit and green apple aromas with hints of white peach. Melon and lemon flavors on the palate, good full mouthfeel and texture with some spice on the finish following a soft acidity and a base of creaminess. Read More

    Wine review by Snooth Editorial


  • When he started Kendall-Jackson Winery thirty-two years ago, Jess Jackson's vision was that everyone should have access to a luxury bottle of wine, wherever or whoever they are. The goal was to make premium wines at accessible prices. Judging by the scope and scale of Kendall-Jackson today, we can all agree he made good on his vision. Kendall-Ja... Read More

    From the article Wine That Says "Count On Me"


  • A couple of things - You say you didn't notice for a week. Q#1 Does that mean it could have been unplugged for a longer period of time? Good wine fridges are insulated and meant to keep the cold air in, so as they warmed, it was probably gradual - sudden temp spikes for long periods of time cause more damage than slow elevations in temps. OT's s... Read More

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  • Jacob's Creek Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2013

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    Coloration that is rich, opaque, and burgundy/brown in color. Aromas that are leafy, yet of sweet jammy preserves and slightly pungent....there are also hints of cranberry, black currant and some alcoholic tendencies. Flavors follow suit, with tart cranberry, currant, woody oak and some tart, leaning towards not quite ripe berry......mouthfeel... Read More

    Wine review by chriscage


  • What kinds of wine (labels, vintages) do you have in the cooler? Have you checked all the capsules, etc. on the bottles?As OT asks, how did you arrive at the 85° figure? Does direct sunlight come into the room? Found out during research in Tokyo a couple decades ago that some units in highrises with western exposures can have temperature spikes ... Read More

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  • Good luck with the business trip.  We'll be in Maryland for a B & B weekend. Read More

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  • 85° in the house? Really?Did any of the bottles leak? Do all the capsules spin by hand? 85° isn't going to kill the wine. Wine is a lot more resilient than we give it credit for. If there wasn't any signs of leakage I wouldn't sweat it. Read More

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