|Region:||Spain » Castilla y León » Toro|
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Varietals Produced by Château German View all
History of the grape: Verdejo has existed in the region for centuries, thought to have first been planted by the Moor...
“King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...
Gewürztraminer’s direct and obvious charm has made it a popular varietal in almost every corner of the wine world. Ex...
“With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...
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Following a Wall Street Journal article yesterday, wine sites and blogs are exploding with news that Robert Parker has sold a substantial share of The Wine Advocate to a group of young investors in Singapore. The "game-changing" publication will see some major changes. Do you think these changes will be a good thing or do they risk losing subsc... Read More
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I thought I had found a fine cheap bordeaux, but no such luck. A bit of tar mixed with a predominantly sour flavor and a touch of black cherry. Mediocre - and better chilled. Read More
The wine term "dry" seems to have been misconstrued from its technical scientific definition as being the opposite of sweet, meaning there is no perceptible residual sugar in the wine. More often than not, I hear wine drinkers describe a wine with aggressive tannins as being dry, without knowing that dryness actually refers to the lack of sweetn... Read More
Hello fellow wine lovers!I have been drinking wine for the last 10 years and have gone to various tastings starting with the Finger Lakes in upstate NY and most notably Stellenbosch, South Africa. But I feel as though I have not really retained enough wine knowledge to make informed decisions at restaurants and bars.I am fortunate enough to liv... Read More
Hi everyone,I've been a member of Snooth for a while now, but I've just been shy to introduce myself and such. My first exposure to wine was almost 14 years ago, when my mother let me have a sip of her then-favorite Shiraz (Wyndham Estates Bin 555) - one reason why Syrah and Shiraz varieties are very dear to me.I started properly acquiring wine ... Read More
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this isn't really a complaint, more of an observation. i am not ashamed to say that i mostly drink "every day" wines. by the use of this phrase, i mean wines that i buy on a regular basis that fit wihin my personal pocketbook parameters. on a practical level, this means that i'm just not going to be buying many wines that cost above $30. why... Read More
Moving on and just in time! I'm all jet laggy and grumpy so let's keep this short. Drink Riesling and share your notes here. I'm about to jump on line and rant a bit before trying the 2008 Pacific Rim Solstice Vineyard Riesling. neither particularly sweet, nor fruity and would show exceptionally well with food. 89pts! Say what? Yes indeed you re... Read More
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