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  • Chateau Barde-Haut Saint Emilion Grand Cru 2005

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    This wine is ready-to-roll - although there could be another decade in this bottle if kept at 15 Celsius or so; the nose is kirsch-like, with a layer of Cypress branch and blueberry jam. Lots of vanilla, cherry and soft oak on the palate - but well integrated and harmonious. Finish has a slight tannic pucker and is very long. An excellent win... Read More

    Wine review by zufrieden


  • As the world’s winemakers look to single vineyard wines to mark them out from the crowd, a trip through southern Spain with the Grandes Pagos de Espana took one-up-manship to a different level. Grab your passport and join me on this whistle stop tour.The Grandes Pagos de Espana are an association of top Spanish single wine estates, “equivalent t... Read More

    From the article Spanish Wines Get Specific


  • OK, the Myriad CS solicitation arrived today.  So, I signed up for four of them.  Included, this year, is a new bottling called  Empyrean.  This is from their description (emphasis is mine):In 2015 Andy Beckstoffer invited us into a new vineyard block of the famed Vineyard Georges III. Slight rises and gentle slopes can make a enormous differenc... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What have you bought lately?


  • White wines are a summer classic, but it has been a long summer. There is a good chance that you are surfeit with white wine by now. Ultra-hip rosé and orange wines aren’t your only options. Be a true trendsetter and cozy up with a late summer red. Summer calls for diaphanous red wine grapes that allow fresh fruits to shine without the deep, dar... Read More

    From the article Superior Red Wines for Summertime


  • The effects of global warming have already caught the attention of the world's wine enthusiasts.  Scorching temperatures and drought have wracked regions and vineyards in California and Australia, causing the two countries to address the need for better water management and explore the benefits of dry farming.  However, the colder wine regions o... Read More

    From the article Warmer Climate Not a Bad Omen for Swiss Winemakers


  • Well said DV. It's interesting that there are so many blogs about wine.Anyway Kate, welcome. You might want to do some additional research, because in the few years that I've been interested in wine, I can't find any support for some of your assertions.For example,White wine, Rosé and Sparkling wine are stored at cooler temperatures than red win... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Newbie Wino with a lot to share!


  • Hello! I have always liked a bit of wine, but I never considered it more than something cheap in a bar to get drunk on until quite recently when I started researching the power of decanting. Since then, I have been hooked, and have since been writing blogs about the topic! I find these blogs a really good way to actually see if what I have learn... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Newbie Wino with a lot to share!


  • This past week Argentine energy officials released a report on the effect on climate change on Argentina's agriculture, including its wine industry, according to a  story in the Buenos Aires Herald this past week. “The country's world famous wine industry is under threat from climate change,” the story said. “The Andean region – where the wine i... Read More

    From the article Argentine Climate Experts Address Rising Temps


  • Just when you thought the news about robots roaming the skies above the vineyards or the earth below  had come to an end, the Royal Society of Chemistry's online publication, Chemistry World, released a report about Japanese scientists led by Kohji Mitsubayashi who created a machine which uses visual cues to determine the scent of a wine. “Diffe... Read More

    From the article Japanese Sniff Cam: The Shape of Your Wine Glass Matters


  • A 2013 climate study titled “Wine, climate change and conservation” by climate change expert Lee Hannah posited that the world's vineyards would experience average temperature increases between 2.5 and 4.7 degrees Celsius in the next 35 years.  While the forecast did not bode well for France, Italy and California, “swaths of the British Columbia... Read More

    From the article Okanagan Valley Winemakers Unfazed by Nature's Attempt to Turn Up the Heat


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