Thirty Bench Wines
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British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...
“King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...
The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...
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This is a great example of white wine that can age. This is a classic aged Riesling. The aroma was definitely petrol. That unique aged Riesling aroma. The flavors were citrus and tang with good acidity and nice long finish. I suspect this wine could age a few more years and I can only imagine what the single vineyards are aging like. Read More
One of the first wines we tried at thirty bench. Wonderful flavour, not over powering.Discription from thirty bench is: "Medium-bodied with youthful, drying tannins and flavours of red berries, spice and tobacco, which also linger through on the finish."Details can be found at http://www.thirtybench.com/product-details.php?Products_ID=639 Read More
Hello All this is my first post. I am currently in the process of creating a wine list for a new restaurant opening up in Grand Bend Ontario. Any insight or suggestions people have for wines I should include on my list are welcome and appreciated. Read More
Hi!I am new to this site and I thought I would start by sharing a great found: I recently tried a Chocolate wine from Holland; it's called ChocoVine. I was sceptical at first but it is the best thing I ever tested!!! I had it on the rocks like an cocktail but it is a wine base product and you can really taste how the French cabernet and the Choc... Read More
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Hi, I have a question. How can you find out when a wine should by drunk by? I own many different types of wine, but I am not sure when they will expire. If someone can help me out that would be great.Thanks Read More
I went wine tasting in the Finger Lakes not too long ago and was refreshed to see how different it was from the tourist packed streets in Napa. The big differences were just how casual it all was. No appointments necessary, tastings were either free or a dollar or two (vs 20 and up in Napa). I also managed to try about 10 new varietals; things l... Read More