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  • Cabernet Sauvignon

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

  • Chenin Blanc

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

  • Syrah

    The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...

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  • "The drive through the Cascades yesterday was very stressful due to rain, fog and people that drive too fast."Hilarious. One thing I can't stand is people who decide that they're going to do a decent civilized forty miles an hour and everyone else in the world be damned because that's just fast enough for any human being.I thought it was a west ... Read More

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  • Lifted Central Coast Sauvignon Blanc 2013


    A Tasting Room selection received in 2014. I do not care for the typical Sauvignon flavor profile - loads of acid, lemon lime kiwi with not much to smooth things out, but perhaps because this one is now so old, it goes into the glass as a chardonnay, golden, almost light amber/umber. Bits of lemon and lime, and then grass, lime, and ripe melon. ... Read More

    Wine review by puhnner

  • Of course, one may wish to take the edited memoires of a Dorset volunteer with a grain of salt as well - not that I'd be likely to side with the descendents of Wellington, aka the victor of Peterloo (August,1819).:-)   Read More

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  • Agree with most of the above sentimentsWine for those it is a passion or a job or both requires many different "training exercises"Blind tasting is one of thoseI think most forms of consuming wine is/can be funSometimes blind sometimes with food sometimes with others sometimes aloneImportantly its about having fun and enjoying what you are doing   Read More

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  • Most Bohéme wines are wonderful. Kurt does a great job. There are always one offs though. Why do you think this one was was in the bargain bin? Because it was a winner?When a wine is being sold for 50% off that means the winery couldn't move it at 75% off or they never would have sold it to the retailer at that price. So one can only imagine how... Read More

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  • I never thought much off blind tasting. I always thought I knew what I like and I can read, so what should blind tasting be good for. Well, for the last year I have been taking a sommelier course down here in Mexico City with a lot of blind tasting involved and it really opened my eyes.It really helped me to better understand the characterics of... Read More

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  • V V - That one sounds nice.  How long would you hang onto a white wine from that winery?  I start worrying about white wines once they are past five years.Tonight we had a wonderful time and it didn't cost me a nickel.  We were taken out to dinner at a Korean restaurant, then driven over to National Harbor to ride the ferris wheel.  It was crowd... Read More

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  • A very literate, nay, by the standards of contemporaneous cogitation, erudite by-product  of the more prosaic meanderings of an historian of things Bonapartist.Sunning oneself on the sands of bodacious beauties known as the Algarve, I myself have imbibed such products of pipes as these.But seriously, Portuguese wines are worthy of more than a se... Read More

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  • Pacific Cruise Highway 1 NV


    Awesome medium body on this red blend. Very likable on the palate. Stay away from this one, however. The congestion that followed was not worth it. Read More

    Wine review by connie7899

  • OK, this may be dated info, but just read about some Portuguese (at that time, Spanish now--the town has belonged to both countries at various times in its history and currently is Spanish, though right on the border) wines that seem to have been truly compelling:"Pipes of wine had been rolled into the streets, tapped by driving the heads in, an... Read More

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