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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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  • I respect all of your opinions.  I usually act based on my own experience.  I, personally, would never hold any CA pinot for 10+ years.  That is just based on my own experience.  Granted, I have not tasted or held ALL CA pinots.  But have held enough to realize that, at least for me, they lose something beyond 10yrs.  I tend to drink them within... Read More

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  • Yes, there needs to be a limitation in both the number of pours and in the amount in the pours.  I think we had the right amount, although a few people were getting a little loud at the end.  The real treat here was having a Master Sommelier leading the event.  He clearly knew what he was doing and he knew the wines but he did not try to force s... Read More

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  • I would be willing to swap the chopper for a nicely customized Harley Fatboy.  I miss my 2005 Fatboy, which I traded in when I got the Harley touring bike just about a year ago.  There's something about riding a Fatboy - that Terminator II feeling perhaps! Read More

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  • Al,The fact that your tasting was a class, led by someone with some knowledge, I assume, makes a world of difference.  You could easily start with some whites, move on to reds, etc.  Your instructor had control over the wine that was chosen. Yes, as I mentioned, I do mix white/red (with different courses), but massive numbers of questionable qua... Read More

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  • Blind tastings are essential to take your wine appreciation to the next level. They focus all your senses (including sight) more than they might otherwise be, sharpen your memory (recall and storage), engage your competitive spirit to further heighten most everything, and provide entertainment when you see others (and yourself) making fools of t... Read More

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  • Reserve Mouton Cadet Saint-Emilion 2009

    Snoothrank:

    This bottle of wine was on special offer at my local supermarket before Christmas so I bought a bottle. The House of Rothschild originally introduced a negociant wine called 'Mouton Cadet ' in 1932 under the Pauillac AOC but in 1947 with grapes being sourced from further afield it was labelled as a Bordeaux AOC.In 2007 A reserve Mouton Cadet S... Read More

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  • Not exactly a weekend wine...while pouring and after taking my first sip, have to say my Mega Purple radar went off. Still, this is pleasant enough. Read More

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  • Layer Cake Malbec Mendoza 2012

    Snoothrank:

    My wife opened a bottle of this. She poured a glass took a sip and said "this is horrible". I said to let it rest and try it later on. When I got back home after running an errand the bottle was gone. "Oh so it was..." "I poured it down the sink."So no we will not be buying again. Read More

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  • Our cellar has been fine this past winter, and it only just reaches 70 F during a few hot summer days.  I don't think our brief one-month storage of this bottle could have produced such seepage.  Now, the cork did come out rather easily, so I bet EM is right about the same size cork being used for both the 750 mL and 1 L bottles.  If Sandra does... Read More

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  • Al - I've been in many dozens of tastings with somms and MWs and it's always the case. Those designations don't mean that you will be able to identify every wine. They just mean that you've learned whatever the organization wants you to know. But you really only learn by tasting and tasting and tasting. So it's not a knock on those guys and gals... Read More

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