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A few days ago I participated in a tasting/pairing event that featured white wines. One of the wines was Chablis, and, while discussing this one, the facilitator stated that it was fermented in steel and had never seen oak. I asked if that was common for the region and he responded that it was absolutely the case, and was so for all white wines... Read More
Serge Hochar, a Lebanese winemaker whose Chateau Musar is arguably Lebanon's most famous winery, passed away as the result of a swimming accident during New Year's holiday in Acapulco, Mexico. The spirited oenophile won the respect of his peers in the wine world and received an outpouring of support from his colleagues across the world. Master... Read More
I've often heard of this phenomenon from a number of different sources, and you hear it repeated by casual drinkers over and over but i'm not really sure if I've ever heard an explanation for it.Can anyone shed some light?How a wine can drink well upon release and then for maybe a year after, but then "go to sleep" and shut down for a number of ... Read More
OK, add together Parker's influence over the past decade or two, Chinese money over the past few years, and a little bit of marketing acumen by LVMH, the Bordelaise and even the odd Southern Californian. What results? Hopefully a bubble in prices that can't continue indefinitely, after an event like the likely Chinese bubble burst within a coup... 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
Well, I did...so I spent "too much time" researching wine charts and then designing a quick and easy guide to tell me the best wines to open today! I hope to hear feedback from my wine expert friends and causual wine drinkers - www.thegourmetbachelor.com My audience is home cooks and casual wine drinkers. Read More
In 1976, Amerine and Roessler ( U.C. Davis professors) counseled tasters to avoid emotive and anthropomorphic terms such big, finesse, hard, intense, lingering, long, rich, silky and velvety. They stated in their book "Wines, Their Sensory Evaluation" that these words should be avoided at all costs. How does the forum feel of this? Read More
Apr 25, 2010
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