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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...

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

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

  • Zinfandel

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

  • Chenin Blanc

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

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  • I'm still not drinking the cheaper $30 Pinot's, but since nobody is posting their bottles recently, here's another one I highly recommend - in a higher price point though.  Very well structured and tasty. Read More

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  • Wonder how many authors have started books already on Russia Gate and Trump's corruption in that context and others. Would be nice if Mueller would pick up the pace a little, at least to offer up results in time for the elections this year so enough of a Dems majority will be in place to ensure impeachment. That's assuming the Dems don't blow it... Read More

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  • Hey v v, how is the stocking of the new storage space progressing? We were expecting record breaking high temperatures, today.  However, it has been overcast all day, and, so, it did not get above the low 80s.  (That would be on the Fahrenheit scale, Duncan.)  So, it's going to be a hearty beef stew for dinner, tonight.This one is another Costco... Read More

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  • Paul, Chateau Martillac out of Graves is one I like as well. My experience is with the red however Bordeaux Blanc is pretty ilunderrated across the board. Read More

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  • E - "I get a kick out of reviewers who seem to be always reporting nothing but WOW wines.  They are either:  -- Very lucky  -- Very naive  -- Liars"    I do agree with that.  If I can drink well (good) given my current budget I'm fine.  However - it would be nice to find one my price point occasionally.  I find that so many taste pretty much the... Read More

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  • Tonight's (Sat) was to introduce a new member to various wines and styles.  He and his wife were coming over and then the dreaded phone call came - his wife was diagnosed with this tremendous flu bug that has hit us here town hard.  On another note at my wife's work they've quarantined 4 of the 6 halls in the nursing home - no visitors, people h... Read More

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  • Question and history.I'm older and don't plan on living forever.  As a result I've been looking at my wine cellar differently.  I'm no longer looking at 15 yr aging potentiial - 7-10 is looking good...and as long as it's good to outstanding wines I'm fine with that.The question is this. My ratio used to be this - 10-15% long aging wines, 20-25% ... Read More

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  • I can now report that I attended the 2018 London France Show at the Olympia Exhibition Hall  today and had a good time. As usual the can-can girls were there which many regard as the highlight of the event at least in terms of the fun element. There were singers including a very good French girl who sang some Edith Piaf numbers. There were cooke... Read More

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  • Well if you folks want to venture to the white side this Tablas Creek Esprit de Tablas Blanc is fantastic. I'm sure I've posted about this one before but it deserves another mention. Very well balanced, somewhat rich and layered. On the tongue there's ripe pear, apricot, a hint of spice on the backend (clove, tarragon?), medium acidity and a med... Read More

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  • I will call your St. Francis DCV Zin with a Maruritson, Al. This is, to me, a most unusual Zinfandel.  It is so soft.  Zinfandels are often described with adjectives such as rustic and brambly.  That sure ain't this one.  Very soft red cherry in entry.  As the wine passes back, though, the cherry seems to increase.  Finally, some tannin appears ... Read More

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