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The term Agiorgitiko means "Saint George's grape". This could refer to Saint George's Day, a Greek celebration that o...
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"I think that for 90% of the readers of that article who want to buy wine on eBay, it is pretty harmless."I prefer my info to be reliable, pure of ulterior motive, and from someone who knows what they're talking about, rather than someone who doesn't and is throwing together a half-baked melange, a childish pastiche of poorly understood bits and... Read More
Orange wine is something I feel I have read about more often than I have seen it in the past few years. It is definitely not on every wine list I encounter nor is it taking up a lot of shelf space in the places where I buy wine. When the opportunity for a taste has arisen usually as a temporary novelty on a wine bar list, I am always eager to tr... Read More
If you talk to the right people, you’ll learn very quickly that Portugal has controlled world trade for centuries, and is responsible for a myriad of inventions--including the compass, Christopher Columbus, the best sardines, and the croissant. (French bakers copied the Portuguese technique.) The Portuguese people who spin these tales are a dist... Read More
It's been said that Greeks are the biggest fans of Greek wine and that the rest of the world isn't missing out on anything if they say no to vino from the land of Mt. Olympus. However, a recent story by The Wall Street Journal wine guru Will Lyons said that it may be time to rethink what you known (and don't know) about the many-isled Mediterra... Read More
Gearing up for a whirlwind tour of the who's who of Nebbiolo producers in Piedmont, I realized I would be meeting quite a few women. Nine of my 18 visits would be with or include women. This struck me. In one generation, many of Piedmont's cellars have transitioned from conservative, male-dominated dominions. Whereas women who worked with the f... Read More
Hail, rain and shifting temperatures have Italian estates scrambling to find creative ways to combat a less-than-ideal vintage that has resulted in a decrease in wine production. The 2014 weather cycle has been described as “bizarre” and “a nail-biting roller coaster”. Some Italian media called the past summer season “the summer that never was”.... Read More
Hello, I have some wines to sell some of the are old, please send me your offer to firstname.lastname@example.org thanks, Cálem PortoVelhotesTawny meio secoA.A. Cálem & filho. LdaEst. 1859 Porto, Portugal------------------------------------------- Vinho Velho (1910)SercialJoão Pereira d`OliveiraWine grower & exporterRua dos Ferreiros, 107Funchal – Madei... 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
Something is going on. It has been on my mind for a while, but it has taken me some time to gather enough evidence to substantiate that this "thing" is surely a trend and not just some imagined fancy of my design-oriented mind. What I'm referring to is the fact that collectible cover marketing has collided head on with wine label design. Recent... Read More