AH! Wines

13731 N STATE ROUTE 88
LODI, CA 95240
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  • Palomino

    History of the grape: Palomino is split into three types: Palomino Fino, Palomino de Jerez and Palomino Basto. All of...

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  • Ah, another fine Saturday.  We're heading out this evening to see a play in the District, but for lunch I decided to open one of the four 2012 Meyer Cabernet Sauvignon bottles I received yesterday (bottle shock not withstanding).  Now this is not quite as good as a Silver Oak wine, but it is nice.  I can see it improves a bit with air, and I did... Read More

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  • or Spam begets Spam, eh Greg?I think I'll start a "For the Love of Spam" website and blog.I considered posting a link to an article from Wine Align (Canadian Wine site) that talks about this years' weather and harvest in BC and that it could be as problematic as a cold, wet vintage.  Ah what the heck, I will anyway.  I cut and pasted the article... Read More

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  • It's still the weekend.I thought I had winnowed out all the bottles that had stained labels.  Well, I was wrong.  (Again.)  In addition to this one, I saw some more in the cellar. Winner, winner.  Cork came out very cleanly, even without the Ah-So.  Good deep red color in the glass--no bricking.  Very sedate entry on the tongue.  The wine has to... Read More

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  • Life's too short to let your wine outlive you!Last night we had another fabulous meal at Walter Hansel Bistro. I had the most perfectly cooked Rib Eye I have ever eaten. We took the opportunity to engage in some older bottles.The waiter made the mistake of using his corkscrew rather than Ah So on this Nalle. Went to an Ah So after breaking it in... Read More

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  • nvesting in wine is by no means a new phenomenon. Many years before fine wine became truly global in the mid-1990s, wily buyers would often buy more than they intended to drink, selling the excess at a later date to fund new purchases.( im ni bt ca bright city)In today’s market, as the global demand and consumption of the World’s finest wines in... Read More

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  • EMark, Ah Topolos, the best outdoor dining experience in all of Sonoma County. The Topolos Family retired and it turned into Russian River Vineyards. For a short while a local restaurant named Stella's Cafe moved in there but a dispute between the restaurant and the property owner ended that marriage. Since that time the name has been Cork's Res... Read More

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  • EM - "The Infiniti is rear-wheel drive (as God intended)"  This just cracks me up, likely because I've been home a bit and some wine has been consumed, but even so - front wheel drive is so much better in snow / ice conditions, as you likely know.  I decided years ago that we should always have a 4 WD or AWD vehicle in the family so we could get... Read More

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  • In defense of Oaked and Buttery Chardonnays I must say that "I like it".  I know the trend is for the unoaked stainless steel ferment to be on the rise and people are saying that they prefer it over the "Other kind". That may be the trend but the Oaked and Buttery varieties are still my favorites although the unoaked brands are ok also.So in fin... Read More

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  • v v, I have never tried an Insignia.  I do have one bottle in my inventory--from the somewhat maligned 1997 vintage.  As I suspect you might be aware, on, I believe, the "Watcha drinking. . . ." thread I have been periodically reporting on my experiences with 1997 Cabs.  (The last couple were very good.)  I am now down to the Insignia and a Dunn... Read More

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  • Elite Daily reporter Kaylin Pound is a self-professed wine expert.  But while one's palate is an indispensable part of one's ability to decipher the forward flavors, subtle hints and dazzling dashes weaved within the profile of a wine, that palate is of no help when it comes to pronouncing the names of the quaffers said drinkers so eloquently de... Read More

    From the article Linguistics Lesson: How to Pronounce Those Tricky Wine Names

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