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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...

  • 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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  • What do people have in common with wine grapes? Both possess strong, unique personalities and characteristics; Garnacha is no exception. It is perhaps the world’s most malleable grape, demonstrating versatility and poise no matter where it is found. (Think Cannanou in Sardinia and Grenache in France; both are guises of Garnacha.) But there is on... Read More

    From the article Why #GarnachaDay Fever Is Here To Stay

  • The caricatures of Mexico leave one feeling as though the Central American country is still stuck in the Wild West days of the 18th and 19th century: drug wars and kidnappings have ruled the headlines for the past half-decade.  Yet the country’s humble yet thriving wineries have been creeping up the oenophilic ladder of North American wines late... Read More

    From the article Going South of the Border for an Elevated Wine Experience

  • Larry, in case you ever come back - were you posting just as a statement or to obtain assistance or suggestions or to sell to anyone here?It's kind of like saying you have some cars to sell, Fords, Chevy's etc. Any particular years? What kind of condition? Where are they from? How have they been stored? How long have you had them and from where ... Read More

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  • Alesis is the "second" label of Rhys.  My understanding is that Rhys bottles wines from their "estate" vineyards under the Rhys label and wines from purchased grapes are bottled under the Alesia label.  I also think I read someplace that they are not going to offer any more Alesia bottlings.  I am not absolutely sure about the truth of the last ... Read More

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  • Whoever approved the OP needs to re-read these posts and gauge what is coming. This one smelled fishy from the get-go.  Read More

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  • Interesting description of the 2012 Chesters Anvil Zinfandel wine from their web site:2012 ZinfandelMead RanchAtlas Peak, Napa Valley$40   400 casesORDER HEREOrange and clove spice, tobacco, leather, cola, caramel, tiramisu. Rich layered tannins. A wine that rewards the imbiber by unraveling little mysteries as it aerates over time in the glass.... Read More

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  • We knew that New York’s Finger Lakes wines were good, but fit for the Pope? Apparently so.  New York’s famed wine region has taken its notoriety to another level this past week when it was announced that wines from the verdant region were the tipple of choice for Pope Francis’ visit to New York City this past weekend.  O-Neh-Da Vineyard is the l... Read More

    From the article Papal Pour: Finger Lakes Wine Procures Prestigious Placement for Pope's NY Visit

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  • Matt Parish Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2013


    Naked Wines selection. Much better than the 2012. Still a bit young, but nicely balanced fruit and oak, more to the fruit and herb side than oak. Opens with violets, dates, and fig, then on to cedar wood and pepper, and then tobacco, tar, and mushroom. Medium tannins and acidity with a long finish of herb, mushroom, and deep ripe plum. As it ope... Read More

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  • Let’s just admit that, most likely, the closest thing that most American ... ... controversial countries (the ones who aren’t participating in the Cup), a Spanish Tempranillo popped up on the list, as did a bottle of Douro from Portugal. Also on the list of non-competing producers was a red from Spain’s Priorat, a quaff, she said, which would ... Read More

    From the article What to drink during the Rugby World Cup? The Guardian's got the answer.

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