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    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

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  • Paul, that Muga is fantastic.  I buy it a few times a year, always good.  John Duval used to make the Grange at Penfolds if I'm not mistaken.  I know he also collaborated with Long Shadows (Washington state) to make their Sequel Syrah.  Nice stuff you have there.Water piped into a domicile at pressure is always a potential disaster!  I'm a plumb... Read More

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  • Robertson Winery Rosé Blend Natural Sweet Rose NV


    outstanding taste. I'm a rookie wine consumer but love this taste. Not exceedingly sweet but certainly not dry Read More

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  • Oops - I forgot something - this arrived also:I'm really beginning to like these guys.  Also have the '13 & '14.76 Read More

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  • Pretty good CA Chardonnay I've enjoyed this bottling in years past.  This one is right in the same groove.  Reasonable (for California) application of oak.  Flavors on the tip of the tongue of peach, kiwi, and, maybe, caramel, but the lemony acid is what wins me over.  As a red wine bigot, I'll never be seduced over to the Chardonnay side, but i... Read More

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  • I too am very frustrated. I got into reds about 15-20 years ago, and skipped right past the cheap stuff to the good stuff. My wife and I didn't really know what we were doing. We just bought bottles off the top shelf and enjoyed. We both distinctly remember many, many bottles where we described it as "butter" or "buttery". It was definitely our ... Read More

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  • Duncan, sounds like a nice night with the Siran, roast pork and Bach piano (or ... ... with noticeable finesse. I must have liked it because I kept buying those cases....Mark, yes on the laying Chappellets down. It pays off, though I'm not sure how much with whichever bottling they're now offering, compared to the fewer offerings in the past Read More

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  • Uh, yeah, v v, I guess we can see the label.Here's mine for tonightAn exemplary for the Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon.  Obvious dark fruit on entry.  Then some  things that make you think "rustic"--leaher, dustiness.  Still some very stiff tannins.  I'm liking that.  An enjoyable wine to dring, tonight, but if anybody is dedicating cellar space... Read More

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  • Or in this case, ancient Greek wine. Interesting to consider the origins of the wine culture we currently enjoy. Not that it's exactly a straight line from back then to our here and now, but theirs are some of the earliest recountings available to us of winemaking and enjoyment.Was re-reading Hesiod's 'Works and Days' and found myself paying gre... Read More

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  • Well, I did it again.I went to Total Wines on a prvisioning expedition. ... ...  Oh, and I found that I made another mistake in my shopping expedition.  Mrs. EMark really likes Lewis Chardonnay.  I saw several different bottles on the shelf and figured I pick up a "Sonoma County" for her.  Well, it turns out that picked a SVD bottling--much mo... Read More

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  • So here's another cellar in an upscale home north of San Francisco. I'm not particularly liking this solution. Any reactions?  Read More

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