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  • Aligoté

    In North America, Aligoté’s cold-weather tolerance has provided it with homes in Washington State, British Columbia a...

  • Gamay

    History of the grape: Legend has it that it was brought over by the Romans in the first century BC to the town of Bea...

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

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

  • Sauvignon Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc is widely grown in California -- at over 15,000 acres, it’s now the third most planted variety -- and...

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  • For the cocktails one useful source could be the Savoy Cocktail Book. Imagine you might have considered that hotel, its grill and its American Bar, as potential settings. Though more brash than the likes of Claridges and the Connnaught it's considered by many Britain's greatest hotel over the 20th century. Plus it's not far from the theater dist... Read More

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  • Classified growth claret and tete de cuvee champers from the major houses would be a safe bet. Also plenty of port and some Madeira after dinner. Maybe still some Rhein & Mosel whites, though those were more popular in the previous century.  How about cocktails?Are you writing fiction, or non-fiction? And what class/type of individuals, conserva... Read More

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  • Hello,I am a writer working on a historical piece, and wondered if anyone had any ideas about what fine wines and champagnes Londoners would have been drinking in the late 1930s. Surprisingly hard to find!Thanks,Alan Read More

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  • Old wines you decant mostly for sediment, IMO.  Too much air can kill them.  Unless it's old Barolo, which needs decanting to lose the funky, dirty smells.  Young wines also want decanting to open them up, but sometimes they need days and days.  Better just to let them rest, although we all succumb to our infanticide impulses now and then.Wines ... Read More

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  • I'm of the mind that decanting is a good thing. Especially with aged wines. I've decanted young wines anywhere from an hour to up to seven hours just to see how the structure would differ. And I've done the side-by-side comparisons to justify my insanity. However, I do realize, as in with stemware, that this may be an extremely subjective topic.... Read More

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  • I've taken the liberty of posting a portion of Kermit Lynch's most recent newsletter. It's a piece Jim Harrison wrote for them nearly a decade ago on wine's significance in his life, and there are several specific examples of food and wine matching.Harrison died recently and I mourned him as another of the greats who have passed this decade. Lot... Read More

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  • Hi everybody I'm a small store owner at the edge of the rust belt, my customers rarely spend over $20 for a bottle, and I am looking to improve my selection a bit beyond what is here now. If you have a minute to help a guy out let me know what you think are the best wines that usually sell for $20 or less. Thanks ! Read More

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  • Ironic that Miller's gold-laden cans of High Life beer boast the motto, “The Champagne of beers”, isn't it?  This past week news outlet CNBC promoted the power of sparkling wine, championing the refreshing wine in lieu of beer, whose bloaty bubbles, the story said, are on the decline. While beer sales still beat out receipts from wine purchases ... Read More

    From the article Champagne to Beer: Stick a Cork In It!


  • This is a late response... looks like your Amador weekend is tomorrow. Firstly, yes, Terre Rouge/Easton is a must, as you know.  As far as other wineries, I liked Andis and Wilderotter a lot too.  Shenandoah Vineyards has some good zins as well. The thing is this-  never have I experienced so much swing between vintages than in Amador.  I mean, ... Read More

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  • Okay, I get to take two quick trips this month.  First, we go to San Luis Obispo, Pismo Beach, and Cambria (more or less in that order).  We have one night in Pismo Beach that we can go out for dinner, and we can do a very limited amount of wine tasting because we will have the kids.  So, where do we have dinner in Pismo?  If we eat out in Cambr... Read More

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