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  • I think OT had a thread in Berserkers all about pictures of vines and vineyards...tried to find one on here but came up short. There was some talk of Limerick Lane (has a nice ring to it) on here recently, I believe Mark has some of the wines. Just now I noticed a nice picture of some Limerick Lane Vineyard rows posted to Facebook by Adam of Sid... Read More

    Forum post in the topic In the Vineyard


  • I AM BACK!! And what an incredible experience it was... I must thank all of you for all the tips, in particular OUTTHERE  and JONDERRY because the VIP treatment with Mike Smith and Fred Scherrer was just unforgettable. THANK YOU!!I have pictures of most wines that I tasted. I will try my best to rate them as soon as possible, but in the meantime... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Going to Napa and Sonoma -...


  • “Think the French are the world’s greatest wine lovers? It turns out that isn’t the case anymore,” she wrote. “Researchers found that drinking habits in European countries are becoming more homogenous: less of a  drinking culture where one kind of beverage dominates, and more development of a mixed palate.”  The researchers were part of study by... Read More

    From the article French are Balking at Going Bottoms Up, But Why?


  • An update on that Maryland wine.  I drank the whole bottle rather than pouring it out or using it for cooking.  After opening a rather nice Cabernet Sauvignon the next evening, I realized that maybe it was just me - because there were similarities between the two bottles.  The Maryland wine was obviously inferior, but being similar I decided wha... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Weekend Wines


  • Al, I have bottles of both in the inventory.  Keep your eye on the various threads, and you'll probably see more of my comments.v v, for sure the Santa Ynez and Lompoc areas are getting a lot of attention, these days, and, based on my personal research, much of it is well-deserved.  I like Edna Valley because it is "the road less traveled."  As ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic A 3-Hour Edna Valley Tour


  • I'm finally getting around to this.  Last week we spent a few days in the Central Coast.  I wanted to do a little wine tasting, and we headed over to Edna Valley.  For some reason Edna Valley seems to be the least appreciated AVA in the Central Coast region. I really don't get it.  There are several wineries there that offer terrific products at... Read More

    Forum post in the topic A 3-Hour Edna Valley Tour


  • Hi guys, it's me again... crazy Brazilian-New Yorker chick asking for advice on wine travel...So I will have 4 full days in the area (May 14-17) and wanted to pick your brains for anything amazing and cost-beneficial you can come up with (except for hotels, I could care less about where I stay, all money goes to wine!).For timing reasons, my mai... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Going to Napa and Sonoma -...


  • Will the New World winemakers from China and Australia compete with France’s dominance?  This past Friday reporter Michael Lerner of Blouin News tried to answer that questions, taking a look at the two countries’ current state and using the data to peer into the future.  According to Lerner, Australia and China are grouped together, in part, bec... Read More

    From the article News Site Ponders Australia, China's Ability to Compete with France


  • Zuf, good to see you again, though when I saw you'd posted and I clicked into this thread I frankly was expecting to see a comment from you about how this thread had been around too long and needed killing off!  ;-)More than nine out of 10 times I've done as you suggested and drank. Unfortunately, though, the wine markets have gone so crazy the ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic And now for something...


  • Sandrone is modernist, so it's interesting to see what's happening to those.  The modernists probably made the wines more drinkable young by taming the tannins with oak, but at a cost of burying some of what makes Nebbiolo unique. (Here I am sounding like some cocksure expert--I'm not, but this is certainly how many, including Oz Clarke, saw it,... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Barolo & Barbaresco


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