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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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  • Chateau Ste. Michelle Sweet Riesling Harvest Select 2014

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    Sweet wet white wine with only the slightest bit of tart / dry in the finish. Agreeable, drinkable and stand alone, though would also pair well with a light dinner or cheese plate. A memorable treat with character that's likely to induce a craving every few months. Read More

    Wine review by Aegelis


  • Columbia Valley Harvest Select Sweet Riesling 2011

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    Sweet wet white wine with only the slightest bit of tart / dry in the finish. Agreeable, drinkable and stand alone, though would also pair well with a light dinner or cheese plate. A memorable treat with character that's likely to induce a craving every few months. Read More

    Wine review by Aegelis


  • I don't have a fancy place to store wine. I have a 36 bottle rack in the garage. I live in the Pacific Northwest so in the Winters my wines stay at a regular 46 to 51 degrees. In the Summer the evenings are cool and the days are not especially hot. Our climate for wine rocks.Also it gives me the opportunity to pass my wine every time I park in t... Read More

    Forum post in the topic How not to store wine


  • Don't forget that history also applies to farming practices. You grow grapes to get juice that you can ferment into wine. You can ferment the red grapes once they're at a certain point of ripeness, meaning that they have at least enough sugar to ferment to 11-12 percent alcohol. Then you pick because if you don't and if you live in an Atlantic r... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Claret, other historical wine...


  • Spinning this discussion out from another thread.To start with, here is a report, with queries, from one of our regulars: Reply by EMark, 2 hours ago.OK, here's an everything-but-the-kitchen sink wine:Get a load of this (from the back label)76% Cabernet Sauvignon8% Syrah5% Petit Verdot3% Cabernet Franc3% Malbec3% Merlot2% Petite SirahAlso, the f... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Claret, other historical wine...


  • One of our charming new posters, cysurvivor, was fishing for recommendations here for a visit over MLK weekend.  Since we're all pretty free with our half-baked ideas and opinions, we had plenty of ideas for him, didn't we?  Since Mauritson kept showing up on the list, it looked like it would make the final cut, so I went on private messaging an... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Good deeds, good wine, good...


  • On the white zens we have tried the yellow tail, barenger, Forrest creek, oak hills (this was our least favorite lol and being its was only a few bucks kinda got what we payed for lol) and Equis run vineyards out of midway Kentucky. The Equis run was by far the most unknown wine but ohh such a treat. I grew up in that area and when visiting fami... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello all


  • So me and my wife took a cruise a few months back. And ofcorse we wanted to try as many new things as possible. One of those things happened to be wine. Until then me being the typical 30 year old male I usually stuck to beer or whiskey things of that nature and my wife just didn't like to drink much at all. But oh the magic that happened on tha... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello all


  • Thanks for taking the time to check it out.  I know it's probably dull and irrelevant to most of you guys.Where I was going with this is that it's already effected my local BC Wine shop.  It's about five minutes drive away and loaded with great stuff that you would ordinarily have to go to the wineries to get.  They do great tastings on the week... Read More

    Forum post in the topic How ridiculous the British...


  • Okay, red beets (food= safer ground than politics, but just barely) taste like dirt to me.  Doesn't matter how you cook them.  But roast some golden beets with olive oil, fresh herbs (rosemary or sage are best), and some sea salt, along with other root vegetables, and you have a tasty winter treat.  Great with beef, lamb, etc.  Pair with a good ... Read More

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