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  • Syrah

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

  • Chenin Blanc

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

  • Zinfandel

    Parentage of the grape: Crljenak to Austria to America. In the 1970s, claims surfaced that the Italian Primitivo is l...

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

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

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  • Yes, I remember the Sinclair.  It was very small, similar in overall mass as a Commodore 64.  The Osborne was much more powerful, running CP/M.  I learned MSBasic on that machine, and it helped me produce my Masters Project - a speech synthesis circuit board and the software I wrote to run spelling lessons.  Seemed important at the time...Here's... Read More

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  • Lone Madrone Tannat Paso Robles 2013

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    Very pretty purple color of more red than blue. Dried fruit/berries on the tongue, though, not with noticeable annoying sweetness. When I drink tannat I prepare myself for an onslaught of tannin. Thats what its known for, right? However, the tannin in this wine is amazingly sedate. Yes, I can detect it, but there is significantly more tanni... Read More

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  • Oh, boy.  Thanksgiving leftovers, tonight. In all honesty I think I like the leftovers more,I posted on this one, Limerick Lane 2013 Syrah/Grenache a year and a half ago. I'm going to say, pretty much, the same today.  Very bright fruit--plum, blueberry, red cherry--on the tip of the tongue. Enough tannin to convince me this is wine--not fruit j... Read More

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  • Yet another example of his narcissistic personality disorder (to go along with a couple other full blown personality disorders as well as one or two stray simple disorders like ADD). Obviously if someone says anything about him that's because he's so great and wonderful and powerful and superior and awe-inspiring and cool and sexy and a master o... Read More

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  • But then again 2012 and 2014 are hardly all that much 'older vintage's (at least in the case of 'white wine' in general, not PG--ever had any aged white Burgundy, Mosel or Rhein riesling, Champage blanc de blancs, Loire chenin blanc, various from the Jura, Sauternes or Tokaji or Madeira, etc., etc. Al??), even if these bottles are of cheap swill... Read More

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  • I know plenty of people who helped build the Net we know today, not for large ... need another government than the one currently foisted on us. Can orange man do anything but bully and bumble and damage and destroy? And play golf poorly, 'flirt' abusively, tweet nastily and eat crappily?Imagine if I was a teenager today I'd be furiously discov... Read More

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  • I enjoyed a nice massage yesterday, followed by lunch at Seasons 52.  I had a glass of this Merlot with hanger steak, and then of course a  pecan pie dessert and cappuccino.  The wine was from Columbia Valley in Washington state.  Highly recommend this one. Read More

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  • We celebrated Thanksgiving at Sandra's folks and included two birthdays too - our son Tom's 31st birthday (today) and our grand daughter Ora's 7th birthday (next Wednesday).  The first wine was that Italian white picked up several weeks ago at the Sip & Swirl wine shop (posted up above in this topic).  It was pretty good, and paired well with th... Read More

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  • Italian Wines, for $1 each?Yes. I found them, and they're quite nice! Well, I have to admit that for about a year now, my favorite type of wine is Pinot Grigio. But I have to say, the Soave Classico is what I'm sipping now and it is very SMOOTH. Unbelievable for a buck. This is the Orangevale, California Dollar Tree and they also have a Moscato,... Read More

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  • We're having grilled fish, tonight, and I like SB with seafood. A lot of herbal notes on the nose, but not so much on the tongue.  Certainly, noticeable grapefruit, which is much to common in SB these days, but also, delightfully, tropical fruit--pineapple--and slate.  As you might imagine with the grapefruit and pineapple, there is plenty of ac... Read More

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