The Zin Lodi

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  • Zinfandel

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

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  • If you can include French, you can get your distributor's rep to bring some Cotes du Rhone and some Bordeaux and somewhere in there, you can find something good for under $15, definitely under $20--maybe even a village-level Cotes du Rhone like a Cairanne or Seguret; you can also get some Languedocs and other things, but you need to taste them a... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Best wines for under $20

  • Hi everybody I'm a small store owner at the edge of the rust belt, my customers rarely spend over $20 for a bottle, and I am looking to improve my selection a bit beyond what is here now. If you have a minute to help a guy out let me know what you think are the best wines that usually sell for $20 or less. Thanks ! Read More

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  • (Okay, it's like throwing the basketball off the backboard to pad your rebounding stats, Responding to my own post?  Not really, just breaking it into more manageable pieces.)More on the cookbook:First, there are these recipes for stuff we are now more familiar with, but the ingredients weren't readily available.  Check out "Risotto Italiene."  ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic A Taste of California Wine...

  • I mentioned this a while ago, but didn't get around to the post.  We stayed from September to end of December at a condominium in a complex built in the '70s. They've renovated and rebuilt since then (there were several major lawsuits for construction defects--built on fill!), but the architecture and the vibe is still very of that period. Our u... Read More

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  • Can anyone help me figure out the difference between the Dave Phinney (Orin Swift) Locations F1, F2 and F3 wines. I tried one that was listed as a 2011 vintage. I did not see the bottle and don't know which to look for. Do the 1, 2 and 3 correspond to vintage? Any clarification is appreciated.  Read More

    Forum post in the topic Locations F1 vs F2 vs F3

  • This is the time of the year that you see a slew of rosé wine reviews, as the summer is known as pink wine season. This is underscored by the fact that most wineries release their rosés in the spring no doubt in an effort to latch on to the popular sentiment. For years, I refused to buy into to the “summer means rosé” mindset as I firmly believe... Read More

    From the article It's Time to Get Serious About Rose

  • Wow, 17.4%.  And it's not hot?  That is great.I have posted here in the past that one of the best wine experiences that I have ever had was a David Bruce Zin from, to the best of my recollection, the early '70s that also came in at over 17%.I've learned a bit about the Martinellis is the last few days and the story about the Jackass Vineyard is ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Fruit Bomb Fan

  • I'm not a wine taster.  I'm a wine drinker.  I've been drinking wine for 10 years.  I'm bad at the use of descriptors.  I don't taste and spit.  I taste and swallow.  The back of my throat tells me more about about a wine than my tongue does.  I can also tell much about a wine based on its color.I like most varietals, but my favorite varietal is... Read More

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  • There’s nothing quite like having wine friends. After all, our mutual topic of interest is a social lubricant. But there’s so much more to it, as Snooth’s recent blogger trip will attest. Earlier this month we had the opportunity to explore one of the country’s oldest and up-and-coming wine regions: Lodi, California. It still amazes me that a si... Read More

    From the article Lodi Wines: Past, Present, Future

  • I would never argue against Zinfandel with burgers.  Works every time.Burgers in this household are intentionally served as simple, low-cost meals.  So, they are made from the "standard" packaged 80/20 ground beef.  I like catsup (I'm brand agnostic.) on my burgers, which, of course, introduces sugar to my sandwich.  (If we have french fries wit... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hamburger wines

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