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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...

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  • Dr. Loosen Riesling Spatlese Urziger Wurzgarten Mosel 2014

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    This acclaimed Mittelmosel commune (Ürzig) produces a spicy, sometimes spritz-like, wine from the Grosse Lage vineyard known as Würzgarten. This wine is bursting with candied fruit on the nose... apple, lime and floss; the granny smith apple and prickly finish make for a delicious, semi-sweet treat. Excellent value and overall quality. 91. Read More

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  • Today, just a few short days after returning from our west coast wine tasting vacation in Washington / Oregon, we headed out west (a short drive this time) to the middle of Virginia to pick up two wine club allocations at Boxwood and RdV.  The wines we purchased are shown in the 'What did you buy' topic, so they aren't shown here, but my biggest... Read More

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  • http://blog.pennlive.com/wine/2017/02/pending_legislation_if_passed_threatens_to_close_as_many_as_25_md_wineries.htmlDid anyone pick up on this?Seems a bit of a dissappointing set of circumstances for that region? Read More

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  • Sandra and I needed to head down south to Charlottesville, Virginia this week to attend a Louis Black comic performance at the Paramont Theater.  Louis wasn't playing closer to us in Washington DC like he usually does, so we figured why not go down there and make it a Bed & Breakfast trip with some wine tasting tossed in.  And thus it was to be.... Read More

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  • MJ - Those wines and the beautiful weather in Florida would be quite a treat right now.  While we are having a relatively easy winter up here in Northern Virginia, I would certainly enjoy some additional warmth.  This morning I went on a short motorcycle ride to nearby Clifton VA, and I'm glad I did.  I beat the rain by a few minutes and had a g... Read More

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  • Monte Bello yes.'77 Mondavi would be a treat. All bottles in good shape? '81 / '83 also would be a nice vertical. Depends on provenance, of course.'94 horizontal with Insignia and Mondavi might also be informative for you and some mates. Read More

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  • I am hoping to get some input on what Aussie wine the Snooth Community is seeing on the shelves [either retail or restaurants] in your local areas.US wine in Australia is still very much limited to the bigger wine companies egArgyle Pinot NoirStags LeapBerringerEtudeOccasionly the big guns from Napa will appear on the Auction Sites.I am always h... Read More

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  • REALLY BIG AL....you and Sandra are both DIVINE!!!! CHEERS!What a nice posting indeed!!I look forward to that type of presentation of my post in the forum!!!SOMETHING TO ASPIRE TO!Meanwhile.....just to say that I AM AN OYSTER FANATIC IN THE RAW!!!!!I eat really good ones at a casino here in Miami, called GULFSTREAM.WHAT A TREAT!I am going to res... Read More

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  • Amour & EM - Those chardonnay wines look and surely taste nice.Today would have been a good one for chardonnay or perhaps sauvignon blanc, but I elected for red wine, even with oysters....but let me explain.We started this Thursday morning at The Kennedy Center for a 1000 NSO rehearsal - which is free to subscribers - but it entails riding the M... Read More

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  • I would have thought Vinho Verdes would have been on your list.  Youthful, approachable, stone fruit, small bubbles, good minerality and balanced acidity.  Especially since they usually cost $8/9 to $13/14. You can make mixers with them  - Try 2/3rds Vinho Verde to the 1/3 Simply Raspberry for a treat. Read More

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