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  • Pinot Noir

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

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Prosecco

    History of the grape: References to a lightly sparkling wine in the Veneto date back to the 1100s, but it was much sw...

  • Sémillon

    History of the grape: Little is documented about the early years of this grape, which is surprising due to its distin...

  • Chenin Blanc

    History of the grape: Modern day French oenologist Pierre Galet states Chenin Blanc has been in France at least since...

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  • James - there was no dry version until very recently, well after the fall of communism. The producers thought that they would be restored to their place in the world of wine butthat world had moved on and there just isn't a big market for sweet wine of any type. So they started looking at dry wines.The Kiralyudvar is one of the early pioneers an... Read More

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  • Thought I'd start a topic to see what "different" wines people are drinking. I've been on a hunt to find wines made from lesser known grapes or from unusual areas. Here's one of each.This is a rose made from Cinsault, not too unusual right? Well this is from the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon. Either they don't make very good wine in Lebanon or this bo... Read More

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  • Like many foodies, I adore oysters on the half shell. One of my first jobs working in a professional kitchen as a kid, after I was promoted from the pot sink, was shucking oysters and serving them iced on the half shell. I got very adept at opening them very quickly – but of course, who doesn’t prefer to have someone open their oysters for them?... Read More

    From the article Nonconformist Oyster & Wine Pairings


  • Huet Vouvray le Haut-Lieu Sec 2011

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    Very interesting somewhat woody nose, but with some peach/melon scents. On the tongue I can, again, get peach or cantaloupe flavors. Good acid structurewhile there is some tartness, it is not enough to chase away anybody who is tart aversemakes it quite refreshing. Maybe Im showing my inexperience, but, if I did not know bettere.g., I had not... Read More

    Wine review by EMark


  • A ridiculous number of trigger pullworthies in this new offering, many in their absolute drinking prime. Wish the shop was just down the street from me, rather than the ones that are. But then I'd have to live in NYC.  ;-(I love it when a guy drops 100 cases on a shop, just to 'make some space" in his cellar. Wonder what's going to be filling th... Read More

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  • If in the States right now I'd definitely be buying off this list. Really do like Chambers Street. How many of these were you drinking over in Italy, Fox?The non-Italians are mouth-watering, too. More Cellar Search ResultsWe've finished inventory and have turned up some more interesting bottles - at interesting prices.Click to view up-to-date in... Read More

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  • Re Huet: Well, it's not really the new ownership--they've had the estate for 12 years and it's only just the last couple that are causing concern.  Sounds like Sarah Hwang is doing her best Lady Macbeth, not to mention acting like the spoiled child of a rich man.  Driving out the last Pinguet wasn't really smart.  But that does counsel against l... Read More

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  • Huet's star is definitely fading a bit with the new ownership, and '12 doesn't look like a very good vintage for Loire so I won't be in for much, if any of that. In case you missed it:However, I wonder how much the infatuation with Huet has become about the brand and its history...anyway its come with a little shock that the Huet brand has been ... Read More

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  • I think you will have lots of choices in birth year bottles for your son.  There's going to be some highly age-worthy Dunn for one, and we shall await the verdict on the Italians, but I've heard the Rossi from Montalcino are good, which might bode well for Brunello.I agree with D that if you want to age it, something with a little botrytis isn't... Read More

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  • Specifically thinking of Schafer-Frohlich's Felseneck Trocken GG.I'm guessing 15+ in 750, 25+ in Magnum.'12 is my son's birth year so I'm thinking this will be as good as it gets for price/quality, and with a strong vintage in Germany. Read More

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