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History of the grape: Verdejo has existed in the region for centuries, thought to have first been planted by the Moor...
Gewürztraminer’s direct and obvious charm has made it a popular varietal in almost every corner of the wine world. Ex...
“King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...
“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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Hello all!I am proud to be a wine lover, but an amateur at best. To improve my knowledge I have been studying (God bless my university's library!) as much as I can about regions, varietals, etc. through books and whatnot. Recently, I came across a sub-region in the Bordeaux appellation called Sauternes. The way my book (Zraly's wine course...) ... Read More
Starting a new thread to help keep track of all this.So we're going to drink some wine, in NYC.I spent Saturday inventorying part of the cellar and picked up some nice bottles for sharing. I'm looking forward to diving into a nice chunck of wines so the more the merries here, to a point.So far it seems we haveMyselfGregTFoxallLet's so who else i... Read More
Hello everyone, and greatings from California. I have only recently staring to drink wine within the last 6 months or so, as i had always been more of a beer and spirits kind of guy. Due to this i'm still tring to find out what styles I like and ones I don't. As my wallet has more moths then bills in it I tend to by wine that is in the $10 or le... Read More
So who goes to a Mexican restaurant thinking about wine?Not many people, but Salpicon restaurant in Chicago is working to change that. I’ve never been to Salpicon and frankly I’ve already forgotten how I found out about it, but wow, what a wine list!I know what you’re saying. Yes, great wine list, but Mexican food can be difficult to pair with w... Read More
My neighbors and I have a mutual love of wine, and have had several tasting parties which we've enjoyed a lot. We did a blind one, and a non-blind one of very different world varieties. We usually get bottles in about the 20-30 range, although that's flexible, especially going lower for the blind tasting.For this next one, I was thinking of do... Read More
The color is deep.. very deceiving. First sip... was spicy and somewhat interesting... for only a moment or two and then the flavors fell completely flat for me. Leaving behind something that was bitter, ashy and not very nice. You get what you pay for in this case! Read More
I've just offered to help some friends select wines for their upcoming wedding, and thought i'd drop in to see if you all had any fresh suggestions. The price range/bottle is $10-$20, and it will be for at least two types of red wine. Right off the bat, I'm pretty sure I can easily find a good Malbec blend from Argentina that fits the criteria.... Read More
One topic leads to another! How many of you think cork taint is less common than it was a few years ago? I think things have gotten better and I know of at least one cork broker who has a method of purging the TCA out of the corks before delivery. Plus, they work with a very sophisticated wine lab and the QC is much better. What do you think? Read More
I know we love all types of wine.. and it does depend upon the food pairing, but does anyone just have that favorite wine... the "go to" wine when you want something great?I'll tell you mine... 2008 Lioco Sonoma Coast pinot noir. I have tasted SO much pinot this year- even recently- that I really liked. I have even tasted extensively up in Wil... Read More
Never tried any Malbec but i have been hearing good things about Argentinian wine. Labels like Susana Balbo, Alamos and Altos Las Hormigas are said to be good for a reasonable price tag.Most of the wine i have at the moment is from Spain, Australia and South Africa, (Mostly Reds, Shiraz & Cabs) maybe i should give Malbec a go!Any Argentinian exp... Read More