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Dinner at one of my fav country places. One of my favorite wines. La Rose Noire. Local Pinot. I had the lamb (again!) and two servings! Read More
Short trip. Will be very busy but not too so to taste the wine. At Boston Logan Aitport. Read More
Some of my favorites: Muscadet and other Loire (I eat a lot of shellfish), La Rose Noire (a pinot noir that does not travel very far from Dardagny, Switzerland), anything big and red, Champagne and french Blanc de Blancs. I am always open to try new wines! Read More
Yeast notes, cherry undertones with a medium body and earthy aromas. Dry with a crisp finish. Read More
My family and I are brand new to wines, having bought a couple of books and deciding to make a bit of an adventure out of this. We live in a smallish town and haven't been able to find a good local wine shop, so we sort of started in our grocery stores. It's been a bit overwhelming, a bit expensive, and finally kind of frustrating trying to find... Read More
On Saturday morning, while I was having my coffee and bagel, it occurred to me that it would be fun to drive up to the Central Coast and visit some wineries. It took about 20 milliseconds to convince Peggy that this was a good idea. I did have to take care of one issue at the bank. (In fact, the bank visit was totally unsuccessful and that is... Read More
Hey everyone, My name is Brandon - a University student from Vancouver , B.C. @Chateau de ChambertCurrently in Cahors, France - Malbec country! Finished my first Vintage and now i'm sticking around until December to learn more about the vineyard and how they bottle the wine for distribution. (and more)Reason for being here: Expanding my knowled... Read More
I bought this on a recent visit to Calais for the amazingly low price of 1 Euro 35 cents.It does not have a year on the label which is unusual.It bears the name of Jean Rival but it is not clear whether he is the producer or a mere negociant although it says it is bottled by Les Celliers du Sud-Oest There is also a picture of the Pont Valentre,... Read More
Excuse me if this comes across ignorant, I dont know much about beer elaboration.ANyway I was wondering are there any types of beer that will improve with age ? cheers Read More
Somewhat spicy, primarily fruity aroma, medium bodied.Opened the 2007 bottle in March 2010, maybe should have waited 1 more year.Overall good choice for home dinner, but wouldn't want to present to visiting friends. Read More