First and Vine

(212)308-1650 1103 1st Avenue
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  • "So, what are you going to do on your Travelscope Flavors of Burgundy and Provence cruise aboard Emerald Waterways next July,” one of my viewers asked me.  While I could spend hours speaking about the joys of traveling in France, I restrained myself and answered the question as succinctly as possible --- “A lot.”I guess some details are in order... Read More

    From the article Experience the Flavors of Burgundy and Provence


  • I'm digging this thread out of the pile since I had an opportunity last week to do some exploring of the Livermore wine scene.Being the nerd engineer that I am, I keep spreadsheets on all kinds of things much of which are wine related.  I have one spreadsheet labeled "California Other" with tabs for wineries in regions like Livermore, Amador, Sa... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Any advice for wineries in...


  • Château Batailley Pauillac 5ème Cru Classé Pauillac 1998

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    I bought this bottle of wine for £40 from the website www.bidforwine.co.uk/auctions/show/134247. Pauillac is an appellation created in 1936,although there has been viticulture here for centuries,for red wines from the commune of Pauillac and a few clearly marked parcels outside it. Pauillac is located on the eastern side of the Medoc peninsular ... Read More

    Wine review by duncan 906


  • It is a good go-to. The CdR is unique though, and while there are copies all over, and good ones, somehow they don't generally have that same garrigue or whatever it is.Hewitson Miss Harry's is from Australia. A GSM, modeled on the CdR style, and it's good but clearly Australian with very forward and very clean fruit that has that "Australian" d... Read More

    Forum post in the topic The Humble Côtes du Rhône...


  • One of the few real bargains left in France are found in the southern Rhone and Bouche du Rhône and fall under the appellation Cotes du Rhône and Cotes du Rhône-Villages.  These wines are delicious whether red or white, and are still affordable at good price to quality ratios.  Their copies in Australia, South Africa, Australia and North America... Read More

    Forum post in the topic The Humble Côtes du Rhône...


  • This Topic is partially intended to start a new thread on daily wine drinking as the earlier topics are just too long and too general.  How about telling us more about your choices and helping me start a new thread for the next generation, so to speak?  The "why" is the interesting part for some of us - but pictures are always welcome; after all... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What's your Choice of Wine...


  • Roussillon’s dry wines are go-tos, especially around the holidays. The quality-to-value ratio is superb. In fact, we have a really nice set of Roussillon wines available here -- but there’s a lot more to say about this unique region.My first introduction to Roussillon was the Domaine Cazes Vin Doux Naturels Rivesaltes 1994. This happened long be... Read More

    From the article Try this aperitif before heading out to dinner.


  • 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


  • How does an iconic Napa Valley winery celebrate seventy-five years of making wine family style? For Peter Mondavi Jr. of Charles Krug Winery, it meant raiding the wine library, corralling family members, and taking the show on the road.This spring Mondavi hosted a series of masterclasses in New York, Dallas, and Napa Valley, where he guided atte... Read More

    From the article Napa Valley History in a Glass


  • The history of Zinfandel in America can be traced back to Italian Immigrants who planted it all over California for a number of reasons including its hearty nature. For that reason it was also the dominant choice of home winemakers in other parts of the country who were purchasing grapes shipped east from California.  For years it was thought th... Read More

    From the article This is America's Most Versatile Wine Grape


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