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  • Zinfandel

    Parentage of the grape: Crljenak to Austria to America. In the 1970s, claims surfaced that the Italian Primitivo is l...

  • Chardonnay

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

  • Pinot Noir

    “With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...

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  • Everyone wants a good deal. It doesn’t matter what you’re buying, we all like to save a buck. In the wine world there are several ways to save money and get a good bottle of wine. One in particular is to shop in categories that aren’t as popular, well known or highly scored as some others. There are a multitude of reasons a particular category m... Read More

    From the article The World's Most Undervalued Wines: Chilean Pinot Noir

  • I'm with GregT that any sweet wine needs to have some zip.  Botrytis lends a helping hand, concentrating sugars while maintaining acidity, but it also pays to have a grape that starts with good acid, like furmint, chenin blanc, and the like.  I like grenache, although I usually like higher acids, albeit in my whites a bit more than my reds; gren... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Garnacha, grenache--tomato,...

  • On and off with differing frequency mention is made on these boards of garnacha as a choice for certain palates, and in certain contexts. Most of the mention here is pretty generic, and doesn't get down to any level of detail.Would like to suggest we take up the subject of wines from this grape with better focus. Where is good, who makes the goo... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Garnacha, grenache--tomato,...

  • I have a confession to make publicly. I am a Yeast Wrangler. In every fermentation, every harvest, I try to get inside the minds of these tiny fungi and discern what they want to eat, how they would like to be treated, and what temperature they would like their environment to be. They make the wine and winemakers try to keep them happy. They are... Read More

    From the article Confessions of a Wine Yeast Wrangler

  • nvesting in wine is by no means a new phenomenon. Many years before fine wine became truly global in the mid-1990s, wily buyers would often buy more than they intended to drink, selling the excess at a later date to fund new purchases.( im ni bt ca bright city)In today’s market, as the global demand and consumption of the World’s finest wines in... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Fine Wine Investment...

  • This is the time of the year that you see a slew of rosé wine reviews, as the summer is known as pink wine season. This is underscored by the fact that most wineries release their rosés in the spring no doubt in an effort to latch on to the popular sentiment. For years, I refused to buy into to the “summer means rosé” mindset as I firmly believe... Read More

    From the article It's Time to Get Serious About Rose

  • Wine should always be enjoyable and approachable. It’s an intimidating subject to many people, but it doesn’t have to be. So when it comes to pairing wine and food, I like to have fun with it. And if you love food and wine as much as I do, here are some general pointers to keep in mind when you’re ordering a bottle of wine at dinner, entertainin... Read More

    From the article Wine & Food is Art, Not Science

  • Some are outlandish. Some are outright false. And some are the kind of wine myths you'd swear are tru.  Regardless of the nature or expression of the the quintet of wine facts most of us have believed at one time or another, Dan Berger, a wine columnist with the California-based The Press Democrat, said the wine world s rife with falsehoods of w... Read More

    From the article Myths Five Times Over: Wine Writer Wrangles Vino Fiction

  • History would advise against crossing a powerful Russian politician. The tiny country of Georgia learned this lesson nearly a decade ago when a spat between then president Mikheil Saakashvili and Russian president Vladimir Putin resulted in a political jab which hurt Georgia in the short-term, but proved to be a significant boost in the long-run... Read More

    From the article Georgian Winemakers to Putin: Thanks for the Cold Shoulder, Vlad

  • You can’t deny screw caps prevent cork taint, but has the emerging closure tainted tradition?  Washington State University’s (WSU) Viticulture and Enology program seems to think not, according to an article published yesterday in The Seattle Times. “They don’t stand on snobbishness when it comes to making wine at Washington State University,” As... Read More

    From the article Screw Caps Up the Wazoo: Washington State University Prefers Twist Over Cork

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