Historic Wines

Antwerpen, Vlaams Gewest
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  • Think Fox'll be posting something here later, but for the time being these were the wines that night. TNs and related comments to come later...1991 Schramsberg Late Disgorged Blanc de Noirs2013 Rhys Bearwallow Blanc de BlancsMcLaren Vale FianoSantorini Assyrtiko2010 Copain Kiser En Bas2010 Domaine Tortochot M-S-D2008 Wind Gap Nebbiolo Luna Matta... Read More

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


  • This past September, I visited a number of small, medium, and large German wineries in Baden, Württemberg, and the Pfalz regions. There is a false belief in the wine world that small wineries produce higher quality wines than larger operations, especially cooperative wineries (or co-ops). However, the patchwork of family stories and wines I tast... Read More

    From the article German Wine Cooperatives To Be Thankful For


  • Start your meal with Grauburgunder and end it with a right-bank red: Two of the world’s most loved wine regions have teamed up to spread the word about their beloved wines. Under the slogan “Clink Different", the Bordeaux Wine Council (CIVB) and the German Wine Institute (DWI) have launched the first-ever joint promotion of their wines in the Un... Read More

    From the article Two Classic Faves, One Team


  • Lately I've been interested in learning more about CA regions other than Napa. So I've been tasting quite a bit from producers that don't find their way out east, where it's often easier to get wine from Europe than from the US, at least in NYC.First, I have to give a huge shout out to Bryan Harrington. He's gone around the state and found reall... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Current interesting wine topics


  • The holidays are over, but the wine celebrations never end – in our corner of the internet at least. January calls for easy-breezy wines that pair well with holiday detox fare. I drank a lot of deep, sticky tannins in December. They paired well with the rich, unctuous dishes going around the table. But it’s time to set those wines aside and focu... Read More

    From the article Detox Wines for January Drinking


  • You know the wines of Tuscany, sure – but it’s such a blanket term. Drill a bit deeper and there’s a world of hidden gems to discover far beyond the ones you already know. The area around the town of Grosseto, along the Mediterranean coast in southwest Tuscany, is known as Maremma. The coastal location benefits from the region’s prized maritime ... Read More

    From the article One of Tuscany's Best Kept Secrets


  • Come enjoy the fruits of 18 Spring Mountain wineries!Eighteen winery members of the Spring Mountain District Association will bring their elegant and distinctive wines to pour for a Harvest Celebration Wine Tasting with light hors d’oeuvres.Wines to be tasted at our event will include current releases, library wines, barrel samples and maybe som... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Spring Mountain Districts...


  • 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...


  • If you are new to New Zealand wines, this is the historic winery to know. And if you’re already in the know, there’s a good chance this winery is a favorite. Villa Maria is New Zealand's most awarded winery for a reason.See that picture? It's Marlborough at sunset, overlooking one of Villa Maria's stunning vineyard plots. Villa Maria Founder Sir... Read More

    From the article This New Zealand wine icon continues to dazzle.


  • Sometimes overlooked for its larger and better-known neighbors, the Nahe is leveraging its geological diversity to build a reputation in the global wine world as a region for distinctive, world-class wines.    Situated about 45 minutes southwest of Frankfurt, the Nahe is named for the river that winds through the region.  Spanning 125 kilometers... Read More

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


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