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  • What JD said.Rieslings are an excellent place to start. From Mosel, or the ... ... ... or the Nahe regions of Germany. Starting at the bottom there are wines that just say 'Riesling' (or other varieties of grapes like 'Sylvaner' or 'Muller-Thuragau' which is a cross between the first two). They're Qba category. Then there's Kabinett above tha... Read More

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  • A long fulfilling journey awaits....I'd suggest Germany (Riesling) as your next stop. Read More

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  • I'm a total beginner. My parents just recently started getting into wine, and I since just turned 21, I'm interested in learning more!  So far, I really like Moscato. Can you tell I'm a beginner yet? I also like sweet and semi-sweet. So far, I haven't been able to enjoy a dry wine, but I would like to develop a taste for it. I just don't know wh... Read More

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  • BTW, Chambers Street is also one of the best places to find older bottles at ... with. They love the Loire, Germany, and Piedmont, know those regions well, and source some great stuff. Don't go there looking for anything from the west coast, Spain, or the southern hemisphere.dvogler - I think it's the exception rather than the rule in the US t... Read More

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  • Faust Martinsthaler Wildsau Riesling Kabinett Rheingau Germany 2008

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    Impressive right out of the gate! Perfect acid balance; beautiful nose of petrol, resin, honey and some floral notes. Sappy with lots of extract. Starts to fall apart with much air so it will not age more than another year or two. A great vintage and this wine reflects that. My rating 91-92 Read More

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  • DM-  it does look scary!  But i found it cool, since I love old ... ... a snowy, forlorn mountain in Germany...  It was creepy, and I liked it for that reason.  Would I want to live there?  No wa Read More

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  • Hey everyone, what are some of your favorite 'everyday' or M-F types of wines to accompany a regular dinner?  I personally have enjoyed the Montoya Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa, and I usually pick it up from Total Wines out here in Virginia.  This is one of those fruit-forward cabs that isn't too complex for me to appreciate, and it usually cost... Read More

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  • Vino, have you had sylvaner before?  Muller-Thurgau is a cross between it ... ... those in the vicinity of Germany. Sylvaner can be refreshing if done right, but I don't get a classy, refined feel from it. Usually it's (mighty) cheap plonk over there. Come to think of it, it might be a good substrate for a kir-like concoction, just as the loca... Read More

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  • Thanks for the invite. Read More

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  • I was recently able to taste through a broad selection of 2011 Bordeaux at this ... ProWein event in Dusseldorf, Germany . For more information on ProWein, an annual trade only wine fair please refer to my brief write up which can be found here:  Why You Should be Going to Prowein. I was really looking forward to this tasting. Not only do they ... Read More

    From the article Bordeaux 2011


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