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1 WINEMASTER WAY , STE D
LODI, CA View map

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  • Diamond

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

  • Grenache

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

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  • OT-The same here down here but humid as heck!!! Go inside, crank the A/C and enjoy the reds! Really enjoying these 2008 Caravina's from Seavey. Excellent nose, Good amount of Black-Blue fruit after a 30 minute decant, it reduces as it opens up. With a little time some minierality and spice come into play. This is a full body mouth palate coating... Read More

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  • RCKR-I have not drank much Monastrell but I would say yes, mainly because I have drank a lot of Tempranillo over the years.  I will keep the Hecula in mind for future purchase.  Read More

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  • Are you located in Tokyo?Do you have a list of what you're planning to part with?Photos, description of provenance? Read More

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  • ALL PROPERLY CELLARED California CollectionSpottswoode CS, Napa 2006  $120/13,000JPYPaoletti, Malbec, Napa, 2002 $30/3,4,000JPYMargerum UBER Syrah, Santa Barbara, 2008 $60/7,000 JPYLUNA Meritage, Napa "Canto Vineyard" 2000 $60/7,000 JPYParaduxx by Duckhorn, Meritage, Napa "Mallards" $40/4,500 JPYJordan CS, Sonoma 2,000 (no label) $70/8,000 JPYWi... Read More

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  • Hey wine lovers!  I am celling my collection of CA, French and Aussie/NZ wines.    Read More

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  • "Do you like Tempranillo more that Monastrell?"Yes, hands down, across the board.  ;-)BTW, I occasionally drink a $3 / 750ml btl Spanish tempranillo over here in Tokyo. Definitely OK wine once it's been given time to breathe. Bought it originally to make sangria, but now more often drink it straight. Read More

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  • >$100  Barolo/Amarone/Brunello for you if I lose, Jack. Is Barbaresco also acceptable? You can provide a list of desirable candidates at the time of winning, or leave it up to me, whichever you prefer. I'd like a Californian of similar value, and will provide a list of similarly acceptable candidates and vendors when I win. Deal? Read More

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  • Les Confidentiels du Château Petit Boyer Mary 2007

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    Exceptional well aroma, like a cooked shrimp dishes, delicious on the palate. Not like any other Sauvignon Blanc that gaudy. Fantastic for the price! Read More

    Wine review by MBCareU


  • Solaricco Fresco 2013

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    This wine - from an old Soviet era winery in Moldova - is strikingly different; it has a nose of icing sugar, preserved lychee nut with (perhaps) a hint of pear. The entry is soft - almost empty of depth - with a kind of wild white berry flavour beneath a sea of distilled water. The finish is extremely short and light, but surprisingly perfect... Read More

    Wine review by zufrieden


  • I've posted on this Tapena Tempranillo in the Weekday Wines. This wine retails between $8-$10 dollars. At that price point it's a really good bottle of wine. I have been buying this wine in the $4-$5 range for the past year. Well balanced with red fruit, plum, nice acidity, medium body, a little tart on the short to medium finish. Just an excell... Read More

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