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Trollinger is the most common German name for this red wine producing grape, which originated in western Austria. It ...
The appropriately named Flora, a cross of Gewürztraminer and Semillon, was developed by Dr. Harold Olmo, UC Davis’ le...
Prounounced “San-joh-vay-say,” this Italian wine varietal is Tuscany’s #1 red wine grape. It’s the pistol of Central ...
“With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...
Sauvignon Blanc is widely grown in California -- at over 15,000 acres, it’s now the third most planted variety -- and...
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"You think that by being a locavore you are also being a tree ... Genocide of flora and fauna, I suppose, not so different from that of entire indigenous peoples during the same period. Moral superiority of those now who sometimes don't understand all the historical underpinnings of their culture and lifestyle, whatever variant.;-) Oh, and so i... Read More
Anyone who's seen an episode of The Real Housewives of New York can attest ... the lives of unsuspecting fauna. She said the evidence behind the purported potency of white is not scientific. “The evidence for the 'crazy white wine effect' is entirely anecdotal,” she wrote. “Equally anecdotally, I notice it comes from those who also say white w... Read More
It is a true image, I’ll concede, but that’s not all they drink up ... the Scandinavian flora and fauna, taking the tastes of raw sea urchins, fermented gooseberries and pine shoots to new levels of molecular gastronomy, has created quite a challenge for wine matching. So what do the lucky few who receive a table here imbibe with their salad?... Read More
What are the "must-have-wines" when you visit a wine bar? Or just stuff you'd really like to see. This can become tricky with "by-the-glass" stuff, because I imagine people can become quite cautious with a glass of wine above the $12 figure. Any insights?? Read More
Hi fellow snoothers,I posted a topic on Bottle shock, after opening a great bottle of wine I had just gotten, that tasted "off", dead finish, etc. Even the food I had with it in the past tasted off. SOOO, I chalked it up to bottle shock (since it wasn't corked or 2nd ferm). Well, today, food has been tasting odd. Then I opened some different... Read More
Volpaia: it takes a village, no seriously. The Castello di Volpaia estate is ... ... impact on the natural fauna. Their banning of hunting on the estate has further served to redevelop the complexity and harmony of their native biotope. This preservationist mindset extends from the vineyards and into the cellars. Castellare has been at the fo... Read More
From another thread:GregT: " Oh it makes my ears bleed. I need to go and drink a bottle of Sang de Cailloux"Dmcker: "So what's the 'terroir' for the blood of stones? Great naming for a domaine. Too bad you can't really get away with that type of name in English. Guess we have to suffice with 'Big House' or 'Suckfizzle' or '10 Minutes by Tractor'... Read More
As some of you may know, I recently was out on the West Coast for about a week. ... ... so there was a bit of fauna as well.I also returned with a number of great photos of the trail and the surrounding countryside. Below you can see a photo I snapped of the trail, and one of the nearby reservoir.Near the end of the hike, we decided to tackle ... Read More
I´ve read a lot lately on biodynamic wines and how the position of the moon and other things can affect the vines growth or even the wine tasting, mostly on phylosophical grounds believing that "Biodynamics takes organic farming practices and wraps them as broader conception of the farm / the vineyard as a coherent organism, where inputs and out... Read More
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