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  • I've recently encountered a specific off odor in several different red wines.If I would have to describe it, I'd say it smells and tastes kind of sweaty (in a bad way), moist and just a bit rotten, almost like spoiled darker fruit. Such an odor can make you nauseous. It tends to suffocate all other, fine aromas. It's definitely not cork tainted,... Read More

    Forum post in the topic A wine fault: which one is it?


  • Elephant Hill Estate and Winery Viognier 2009

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    A panoply of tropical fruit such as lychee and mango greet the nose. Peach and more tropical fruit flavors arrive on the tongue with just the right amount of Indian spice to round out the profile. A very satisfying, fresh, viscous Viognier similar in style to the better representatives of southern France (though not Condrieu). Recommended for... Read More

    Wine review by zufrieden


  • I'm looking at some cellar upgrades and want some input on a couple of things.  My general understanding is that ideal conditions are 55 degrees F and humidity of 60-65%.1.  Do certain wines benefit from having a different storage temperature?  If so, which ones and what is considered ideal?2.  How low can the humidity get before impacting the c... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Cellar Climate Control


  • Château Haut-Bergey Red Bordeaux Blend Pessac-Léognan 2006

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    An appealing lemon-oil color in the glass with excellent body and viscosity (possibly a bit fat) judging by the legs forming on the sides of the glass. Typical grass, citrus and meadow herb on the nose - though slow to open. A liberal showing of Semillion characteristics - weeds, freshly mown lawn and peach cordial. A few sharper flavors of cit... Read More

    Wine review by zufrieden


  • Hey, its me again, one of the newer kids on the block(I'll be asking a lot of questions for a while, until I have enough knowledge to share with others).  I know nothing of what you are supposed to do with White Wines vs Red Wines with storage before opening the bottle, while serving, or afterwards.Is there a difference of what you are supposed ... Read More

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  • Hewitson Shiraz Barossa Valley Ned & Henry's 2005

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    This lovely, well respected little wine with the funky name was given 3 years of cellaring at 12 degrees Celsius. The results were more than acceptable: the wine is softer, more supple and approachable - more like Cornas. The nose is very Barossa with plum and blackberry jam - very much like we make here on the Lower Mainland of British Columb... Read More

    Wine review by zufrieden


  • The opening ceremonies of the 21st Winter Olympic will begin at 6:00 PM Pacific Standard Time tonight (February 12th). The celebration begs forethought when it comes to wine. Please come forward with your suggestions for various events, stories of Olympic experiences and opinions on the extravaganza generally and don't be shy! Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wines for the Winter Olympics


  • After the eastern snow storm this weekend, I have to ask--if you were snowed in and could only have one case of any wine--what would it be? Read More

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  • Château de la Roulerie Coteaux du Layon Chaume 2005

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    This 100% cepage of Chenin blanc vinified semi-sweet presents a gold-yellow colour, very intense. The bouquet gradually reveals its measure, with at first flowery blossom and vagetal aromas, then, after aeration, white fruits (peaches, pears, quinces) and grapefruit appears to settle and last. A slight hint of woody vanilla, in the end, reinforc... Read More

    Wine review by Arwan


  • Peth-Wetz Weissburgunder & Chardonnay Trocken 2006

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    don´t chill this wine to death. If you let it warm to arround 10 degrees celsius (no idea what this is in fahrenheit), it is an excellent wine for drinking it alone without food. Vanilla notes and light citrus notes. If the wine is less than a year old, it tastes a bit sparkly, which I personally do not like Read More

    Wine review by petersenchristian


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