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Fresh tasting wine with lots of herbal/garrigue elements: lavender, thyme and other bitter herbs. Smell suggestive of fresh hay. Just how I imagine Provence!
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This is not your first Thanksgiving rodeo. It's not ours, either. We've ... ... of Thanksgiving is 2015 Chateau Bas Le Temple Rosé Coteaux D’Aix en Provence ($20). Crafted of 80% Mouvèdre and 20% Rolle, this wine offers notes of fresh red berries with soft notes of spice, it is crisp and round on the palate with a depth of richness and texture... Read More
I bought this bottle of wine from a shop in London's Kensington for £9.90.It ... Pays ' My bottle was made at Chateau Bas Aumelas. It consists of 70% grenache and 30% carignan. I started it last night with my supper of pork chops and I did enjoy it.There is plenty of a fresh blackcurant.blackberry and licorice style fruit there with soft but s... Read More
I bought this bottle of wine from the website www.bidforwine.co.uk/auctions/show/80314 for £7. It is from the Medoc appellation. Geographically the Medoc is the entire peninsular north of the City of Bordeaux but the AOC of that name created in 1936 only refers to 16 communes at the northern end. The area is sometimes called the Bas-Medoc or Low... Read More
Tried my first Ice wine. It was a bottle of 2007 Inniskillin (Vidal) produced and bottled in Niagra on the Lake Ontario Canada.This bottle was sent to be by a friend in the Midwest. It is certainly one of the sweetest wines that I have ever tasted. "There's incredible depth of both flavor and texture in this golden icewine from Inniskillin. Ini... Read More
I bought this bottle of wine for £7 from the website www.bidforwine.co.uk/auctions/show/80316. It is from the Medoc appellation.Geographically the Medoc is the entire peninsular north of the City of Bordeaux but the AOC of that name created in 1936 only refers to 16 communes at the northern end. The area is sometimes called the Bas-Medoc or Lowe... Read More
Back in July, I proposed a West Coast Pinot Noir throwdown on the Snooth forums. In what was a pot-luck twist on one of Gregory dal Piaz’s “Drink My Wine” events, I suggested that any Snooth forum posters could congregate in my neck of the woods—Oakland, California—and bring a bottle of their favorite Pinot Noir from whatever region they think ... Read More
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Apr 8, 2010
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I started thinking about what wine to take to Easter Dinner and could not stop thinking about how yummy a certain sweet red sparkling wine would be with some marshmallow peeps. Its red fruit flavors and bubbles would be delightful with the spongy, gooey candy--so I said heck with the ham! What is your favorite wine to pair with Easter and Spring... Read More
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I'm updating my own review now that I've had the bottle open a few days. Contact with more air has allowed the Armagnac to develop a floral, sweet sandalwood quality, and if anything the feeling of a cinnamon-spiced orange has only increased. Part of the mythology of this is the Round the World (Tour du Monde) sea voyage - so I suppose here we ... Read More