Eastern Beer & Wine

(301)497-2237 15101 Baltimore Ave # 105
Laurel, MD 20707-4660
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  • I’ve already written up the Grenache based wines I tasted during my time in Santa Barbara, they can be found here: Grenache - The Next Pinot Noir?  so today I am focusing on most of the remaining wines that I tasted while in the region. I’ll save the few Pinots I Tasted for a Pinot round-up, which might surprise some folks. You see I went to San... Read More

    From the article The Wines of Santa Barbara


  • I'm picking up here where I last left off, halfway through reporting on mostly the 2009 vintage in Barolo. As you can see here, and in my previous report on these wines, the vintage is a bit irregular to say the least with some powerful, structured wines being produced as well as many wines that show elevated alcohols or aggressive tannins. As I... Read More

    From the article Visits in Piedmont Part 2


  • I wrote yesterday about the 2009 vintage in Barolo and today I begin reporting on the wines tasted. with over 30 winery visits o the region last month there's a lot of wine to report on. I've included my notes below, broken down by visit in roughly chronological order. As you can see not everyone was able to present the 2009 Barolo for each of t... Read More

    From the article Barolo 2009


  • Skeptical I recently visited the Napa Valley for the first time in about three years. Like many wine geeks, I’m jaded when it comes to Napa Valley wines, almost programed to dismiss them based on their success. You see, to be a true wine geek has somehow morphed into cultivating an exclusive appreciation of obscure wines. Orange wines? Bring the... Read More

    From the article 10 Top Napa Cabernets Under $50


  • Well if THAT's not the most boring topic I have started... but after a summer of excess (or actually, a couple of years) I've got to buckle down and get in shape. I've decided to follow a low-carb diet called "Paleo" or "caveman diet". Basically it's all about cooking from scratch with veggies, nuts, meat and very limited dairy and fruit. No gra... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wine on a Diet (sigh)


  • All, We're doing a three part series on the impact of wine labels on branding, image, identity and the consumer's reaction to all of that.  You can see part 1 here:http://www.nwwineanthem.com/2012/02/look-of-label-3-part-series.html Part 2 & 3 will feature winemakers and wineries discussing their labeling strategy and part 3 will explore the imp... Read More

    Forum post in the topic How does a wine label impact...


  • Hey Guys,I am delirious from working 38 hours the past two days but had a second of down time. I was talking to a patient of mine sometime late at night and we started discussing wine. He told me some interesting things that I more or less wanted to fact check against the brains of snooth.First he claimed that his brother/uncle or some relative ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Simi and the Finger Lakes


  • New to the site as well as my surroundings here in Romania. I am a professional basketball player from America and part time wine "taster". I live an hour outside of Bucharest and I was hoping someone could recommend a great wine from the region. I'm not a wine expert so any suggestions are greatly appreciated, I don't even know where to look fo... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Lost and Thirsty in Romania


  • An interesting column by Jim Lefevere at Forbes on the forces changing or representing change in the wine market in the US these days. He lists 10 dynamics:Wine consumption growthGeneration YThe global wine villageDrink localTechnology changes everythingBrand vs. landAlternative packagingResidual sugarWine and healthPolitics and the lawwith two ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Are these the 10 locomotive...


  • With the arrival of fall, it’s always fun to take a look at some of the heartier reds that have been hibernating through the warmer months. I get to taste a lot of wine, but I always look forward to the chances I get to taste Syrah. To me, Syrah is sort of the Riesling of red grapes: remarkably expressive of site. Syrah -- unlike some other, mor... Read More

    From the article Syrah Tasting Notes - December 2010


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