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  • It is a chilly, sunny February afternoon in Napa Valley.  Tasting rooms are packed and wine routes are busy, much busier than I remember from previous visits.It’s been five years since my last visit to the region and just over a decade since I spent weekends roaming Napa’s wine routes while working on a nine-month project in the Bay Area.Napa se... Read More

    From the article Consider Napa's Other Cab


  • Poycelan Cave Verdier-Logel Cotes du Forez 2017

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    I bought this bottle of wine for £16 from a shop in east London [www.forestwines.co.uk]. The Cotes du Forez appellation was created in 2000,although there has been viticulture here for centuries, for red and rose wines made of the gamay grape from 17 communes around the town of Montbrison between the upper Loire and Allier rivers. It is a very s... Read More

    Wine review by duncan 906


  • Franck Decrenisse Coteaux du Lyonnais les Vieilles Vignes 2015

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    I bought this bottle of wine for £12 from a shop on the Isle of Wight [www.winetherapy.co.uk] The Coteaux du Lyonnaise is an appellation created in 1984,although there has been viticulture here for centuries,for red,rose and white wines made of the gamay and chardonnay grape from 49 communes between the City of Lyon and the foothills of the Mass... Read More

    Wine review by duncan 906


  • One of my goals for 2019 was to read more of wine books. It's a resolution to which I've stuck, and more of my recent favorites will be shared with you here in the coming months. Today's selection is Around the World in Eighty Wines by Mike Veseth. Inspired by the Jules Verne classic, Around the World in Eighty Days, Veseth takes us from Algeria... Read More

    From the article Yep, there's great wine in Bali.


  • This isn’t one of those “next great grape!” articles. People are drinking more Grolleau, period. It may have something to do with growing interest in the Loire Valley - a region that sat in the shadows of its ‘big brothers’ Burgundy and Bordeaux for decades.The Loire Valley has been embraced by new wine drinkers (read: millennials). Its key grap... Read More

    From the article Ancient wine grape finds a home with millennial drinkers.


  • I hope it will be spam free and we all have a lot of good wine in 2019 Read More

    Forum post in the topic Happy New Year everybody


  • The Bardolino and Valpolicella winegrowing areas are located in close proximity to one another on opposite sides of the Adige River in the Veneto region in northeastern Italy, and both utilize the same principal grapes varieties, Corvina and Rondinella (along with some secondary players). But the wines they produce are notably different.Valpolic... Read More

    From the article Join the Italian Rose Revolution


  • These days, Austrian Zweigelt is no stranger to wine lists. Sommeliers at the trendiest restaurants and wine bars in major cities arm themselves with Austria’s shining star. While Zweigelt is grown in a few other places (like Japan and British Columbia, for example), the grape truly is synonymous with Austria.Its recent surge in popularity (plan... Read More

    From the article The Next Go-To Red is Austria's Zweigelt


  • Becoming a multi-award winning winemaker takes hard work and dedication. Add strength, moxie, intelligence, and class and you’ve got Virginia Willcock, Vasse Felix chief winemaker since 2006. Outspoken about low intervention winemaking and passionate about expressing terroir in every sip, Willcock has elevated Vasse Felix, Margaret River’s found... Read More

    From the article Female Winemakers are Making Waves


  • Sometimes overlooked for its larger and better-known neighbors, the Nahe is ... soils.In his book, Reading Between the Vines, renowned wine importer Terry Theise writes, “Riesling does more than just imply terroir: it subsumes its own identity as fruit into the greater meaning of soil, land, and place. Riesling knows soil more intimately than ... Read More

    From the article The German Wine Region You've Probably Overlooked


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