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  • Sangiovese

    Prounounced “San-joh-vay-say,” this Italian wine varietal is Tuscany’s #1 red wine grape. It’s the pistol of Central ...

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  • The majority of wines on the market these days are meant to be consumed within one to five years. This is a natural law. Producing wines that can sit in the cellar for decades is time-consuming and expensive. There is a time and place for wines that age and adventurous palates are required. Most all age-worthy wines will have high acid, tannin, ... Read More

    From the article Your Guide to Aged Wines

  • Happy Garnacha Day! This day celebrates Garnacha and honors its freedom from the blending grape stereotype. We have its birthplace -- Eastern Spain -- to thank for this renaissance. New generations of winemakers in the five key Denominación de Origen (DO) are maximizing the potential of old vines, carefully controlling yields, and uniting tradit... Read More

    From the article The Map to Great Garnacha, Part Three

  • White wines are a summer classic, but it has been a long summer. There is a good chance that you are surfeit with white wine by now. Ultra-hip rosé and orange wines aren’t your only options. Be a true trendsetter and cozy up with a late summer red. Summer calls for diaphanous red wine grapes that allow fresh fruits to shine without the deep, dar... Read More

    From the article Superior Red Wines for Summertime

  • "You think that by being a locavore you are also being a tree hugger?  Think again: Almost all the European wines are grown on land that has been vineyard forever.  Clearcutting is a Cali thing.  Sure, the latest outrage occurred in Paso, but you've got a forest-killer right in your backyard. (The winemaker in question sounds a lot like a certai... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What have you bought lately?

  • "Think again: Almost all the European wines are grown on land that has been vineyard forever."Well since a) Roman times or b) the Middle Ages or c) post Industrial Revolution expansion, you take your pick. Definitely lush forests before that (at least in the first two cases), even if without redwoods. Guess we could talk about Chateau Musar--whe... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What have you bought lately?

  • Planning to do some exploring into Italy's other wine varietals, those without the fanfare or popularity of Sangiovese, Nebbiolo, Barbera, and Dolcetto, etc.First up is a Ruche with a few years bottle age by Montalbera, apparently a lighter wine that was traditionally brought out for special occassions...figure this should make for a nice aperti... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Italy's other Grapes

  • I've taken the liberty of posting a portion of Kermit Lynch's most recent newsletter. It's a piece Jim Harrison wrote for them nearly a decade ago on wine's significance in his life, and there are several specific examples of food and wine matching.Harrison died recently and I mourned him as another of the greats who have passed this decade. Lot... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Harrison on a life with wine

  • Those who know Riesling intimately, and drink it often, can argue that the top Rieslings are some of the greatest white wines in the world. It is interesting to think about its greatness in comparison to another top white variety – Chardonnay. Chardonnay is a chameleon, having a great affinity for expressing winemaking techniques and terroir whi... Read More

    From the article Australian Riesling: No One Formula for a Great Wine

  • Think you know everything about wine in France? Think again. Here comes an unheralded region to titillate your palate in brand new ways. Roussillon has been a bastion of Catalan culture since the mid-seventeenth century. The amphitheater-shaped region borders Spain, so it’s no wonder the local dialect sounds more like Spanish than French. Cultur... Read More

    From the article Virtual Master Class: Wines of Roussillon

  • Les Clos de Paulilles Banyuls Rimage 2003


    This bottle of wine was part of a lot I bought on the website Banyuls is an appellation created in 1936,although viticulture in the area goes back centuries,for red and white fortified wines from around the Mediterranean seaside town of that name between Perpignan and the Spanish border.This is the same ... Read More

    Wine review by duncan 906

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