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  • Grenache

    You’re a member of the ‘Rhône Ranger’ band. Your groupies think you’re ‘hot’, even when you're boozy and "strung out"...

  • Malbec

    History of the grape: Some believe Malbec is named after a Hungarian peasant who spread plantings along the French co...

  • 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...

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  • Wine myths are often unspoken but incredibly pervasive. Their looming presence ... wine writers has exposed the truth about some commonly believed wine myths. Spread the word!  Soave is crappy.  In the 1970s, Americans consumed more Soave than Chianti. This Italian wine hails from the Veneto region of Northern Italy, and, for decades, the name... Read More

    From the article Wine Myths: Debunked


  • We're not interested in fairness, here.  We're interested in truth.I really liked that LL Syrah/Grenache.  if you thought the St. Francis Bdx blend was better, I find that interesting.  Was the St. Francis wine a club shipment, or did you find it in a store?  Do you remember the tarriff? Read More

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  •  Or I could save it for Mrs. Emark, who has been known to like things like that.You speak truth, there, Fox, about Mrs. EMark's appreciation of white Burgundy--Mr. EMark, also.  No need to save them for us, but if any of your buyers changes his/her mind and you have some laying around, I'm sure we can arrange some sort of deal when we get togeth... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What have you bought lately?


  • Mike did that with his own wines, which he tastes every day.  I imagine he ... ... not suggest a broader truth absent rigorous testing: We don't need to tear up all the lavender in France because it is poisonous.There's a spread of abilities, and there's a serious training effect, but the point of the book's discussion of terroir is that 1) th... Read More

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  • It should be read by anyone interested in knowing about wine beyond the typical ... Feiring dreck. Although truth be told I owe Matt because it was after reading his column dismissing the book that I went out and bought it.Fox summed it up. Essentially he explains why the received wisdom is bullshit. Highly recommended.&nbs Read More

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  • Oops, should have looked here before I mentioned this book elsewhere.I just ... there is often a grain of truth about certain myths. He calls two of the myths "Big Berries are Bad," and High Yield, Low Quality," and explains why they might seem to be true--certain factors that lead to, say, smaller berries in some cases result in higher solute... Read More

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  • This book looks enticing but was looking for feedback from anyone who may have read it. Thanks Read More

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  • Except you live so far from wine country.  Two can play that game!You speak the truth.Touche.  Read More

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  • DMCKER - 1. I agree with you about cleaning with phosphates and I did it for ... in Japan, Australia (though truth be told some of my best experiences were there in the Navy) generally, certain areas in Italy, France, Spain (my experience there was limited), Portugal was great, as were NZ and England.  Countries that had no Naval interface for... Read More

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  • A few days ago I participated in a tasting/pairing event that featured white wines. One of the wines was Chablis, and, while discussing this one, the facilitator stated that it was fermented in steel and had never seen oak.  I asked if that was common for the region and he responded that it was absolutely the case, and was so for all white wines... Read More

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