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What We Have Been Drinking–8/31/15

Over the course of a week, I taste a bunch of wine, usually with friends, and almost always with my wife.  Here are some of the wines we tasted over the past few weeks: 729 more words


Week 25 - Horst Sauer, Escherndorfer Lump 2012

So it has been a while since I talked about Franken. At the time I only really focused on two estates to show what the region’s producers could do with… 368 more words


Spec's 'Wine Of The Week' For 8/26

This weeks WOW is, Highway 12 Sonoma Red.

This Sonoma red blend is the ultimate barbecue wine. Medium-to-full bodied, featuring notes of black cherry, fig, cassis, and cedar. 107 more words

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Tommasi 2001 Amarone della Valpolicella Classico (Veneto, Italy) – purchase price $62, deep purple in color, a little barnyard at first, but that blew off quickly, black cherry and currants on the palate, medium to full bodied, paired well with a grilled steak, a solid Amarone, but not the best I have tasted

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Wine of the Week - Muscat de Saint Jean de Minervois

As Fall approaches with cooler days, we’re thinking after dinner treats such as this lovely Muscat   de Saint Jean de Minervois from the south of France, fruit forward and sweet, but not too sweet. 70 more words

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Understanding Bordeaux Red wines 

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French wine labels are a nightmare!!! Nothing like the wines we know from the new world where the wine makers are friendly and tell you what grapes are in the bottle, and so you will basically know what to expect! 466 more words

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Week 24 - Eva Fricke, Kiedricher 2012

A lot of winelovers consider the Rheingau as the source of the country’s best riesling-based wines. A large part of the historical credit goes to the Cistercians, a religious order of monks that was also instrumental for the Cote d’Or in Burgundy. 348 more words