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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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  • It's so great to learn this stuff, here.In the meantime I noticed on the calendar that today is Wednesday--a day ending in "y."  We all know what that means--a good day for Zinfandel. Whoa.  This one is a winner.  Slides easily over the tongue before I detect blackberry and, maybe, prune.  Subtle, not obvious tannin nicely balanced by acid. Real... Read More

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  • There's nothing like a wine competition to cap a month of change. In the midst of elections and a renewed sense of nationalism over the past month, Greece's finest noses and in-the-knows met in Thessaloniki's Ioannis Vellidis Congress Centre this week for the 15th Thessaloniki International Wine Competition. The event began on Tuesday and conclu... Read More

    From the article Opa! Thessaloniki Wine Comp Ends Today


  • EM - Ok, yes, they do have Vermentino selections but not the Las Tablas that V V tried.  Perhaps I should stop by Total Wine and pick up a bottle from another wine maker.  This one looks good.  Read More

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  • RBA, I was at TW, thos morning and you can find Vermentino in the Italian section.My purpose was to just pick up a batch of white daily drinkers for Mrs. EMark, but, then I noticed this one: At about $10 I really don't have much hope for this one, but it will be fun when I do get around to it. Read More

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  • Thanks for the info V V.  Let us know how that 2014 vintage works out.  We are waiting on our Barnett spring shipment, due to arrive tomorrow.  It's not often that Sandra lets me touch one of those Barnett cabs. Read More

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  • Vino - good one! There's a guy in the Finger Lakes region of New York, Dr. Konstantin Frank, who makes that and it's pretty good stuff. He's long since retired but I used to see his daughter at a lot of tastings and I got to try a number of different vintages. They said it was the most widely planted grape in the world, but I don't know that the... Read More

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  • GT - that link you provided early in this topic brought back memories of our short wine trip down to Charlottesville Virginia last August and the wineries we visited down there.  One of them was the Barren Ridge Vineyards and it was there where we tasted a bottle of Albemarle that was purchased in auction from the Kludge estate.  It was so good ... Read More

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  • Well, fortunately Sangiovese doesn't give me any grief!  I agree with Al, though about mixing.  If I have a Caesar (like a Bloody Mary to Americans), then I stick with them.  I can have one and then go with wine thereafter, but I typically don't mix.  Also, when I've had a cornucopia of various wine it tends to backfire on me.  Whereabouts are y... Read More

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  • Wow, I am one lucky guy to score a wine like this! This is the first Robert Foley Claret that I have had. It's a beautiful wine with a deep purple color and a cherry nose. The wine is soft and balanced. Delicious. Notes of blueberry and black pepper come through and the finish lingers. It's all the things I like in a Cabernet. The only thing I m... Read More

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  • V V - Reston is a place where Sandra & I both worked for several years - perhaps 6 or 7 total.  As programs complete, you look for the next one and luckily for us there was plenty of work on the programs that Hughes and then Raytheon (which bought our part of Hughes) won since we had moved out here to Northern Virginia in 1991.  The Wine Cabinet... Read More

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