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The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...
British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...
“King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...
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Perhaps Bordeaux? My schedule ios frightening, but I do have time free right around the 4th-5th-6th of November.What say we? Read More
Ugh! Whatever they are calling vibrant plum, I am labeling as sour cherry. Soft tannins, and left a harsh aftertaste in my mouth. The color is also quite a bit lighter than I would have expected. Just plain peutrid! Not even woth the $4.99 I paid for it. Read More
A thread on another category inspired me to look this one up and write it out, because it's from Ben Franklin. Who was pretty smart, and woulda been a Snoother had he lived to these days of the internet. Well before Mr. T. Jefferson went to Paris, Franklin already had a great collection of wine, over a thousand bottles (the biggest percentage ... Read More
Agree with the below. My novice taste buds say that it is somewhat harsher than the Penfold's Kanooga Hill Shiraz Cabernet, but a good display of flavors. Read More
I just had a delicious meal, steak au poivre and roasted asparagus with Atteca Old vines 2007. Whats your favorite wine with steak au poivre? Read More
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Compared to a 2007 Penfold's Rawson's Retreat Shiraz/Cabernet. Full bodied smell with black cherry and vanilla scents. Full, well rounded wine with mild acidity. A bit more acidity and a bit less well rounded than the Penfold's. Read More
I´ve read a lot lately on biodynamic wines and how the position of the moon and other things can affect the vines growth or even the wine tasting, mostly on phylosophical grounds believing that "Biodynamics takes organic farming practices and wraps them as broader conception of the farm / the vineyard as a coherent organism, where inputs and out... Read More
Say Wha? You say? No it's true, well as true as something like this can be.Petite Sirah, aka Duriff, has toiled in anonymity for years. It's a solid blending grape and has added punch and color to some of the greatest bottles of jug wine ever to come out of California. It survived prohibition being a thick skinned solution to shipping woes. Wh... Read More