Mountainside Wine

(828)766-7515 271 Oak Avenue
Spruce Pine, NC 28777-2721
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  • v v, anniversary congratulations.  Ours was Monday.I bought this wine at Costco a while back. At Costco prices, it's hard to go wrong, but I won't be rushing back for more of this.  VERY light suggestion of cassis or blueberry on entry. This seems more like a Cabernet Sauvignon-lite than a Merlot.  (Maybe there are some out there who define Merl... Read More

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  • In many ways Greece is the ancient epicenter to modern society. Governmental structures, intellectual gatherings, food and wine celebrations, all stem from Greece. As much a part of historic Greek culture as gods and goddesses is Greek wine. Dating back to approximately the third century BC, evidence suggests wine was an integral part of Greek s... Read More

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  • That '60 Chevy SW was the only car I've owned with an automatic, and it was a hand-me-down. Guess I'm a bigot in the other direction. ;-)Yes, Al, remembered well the Sunbeam Tiger squiring Don Adams on the Mel Brooks/Buck Henry TV show Get Smart back in the '60s. More of interest to me was the Jamaican mountainside dirtroad chase scene in Doctor... Read More

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  • This is just a teaser to start, as I only arrived home a few hours ago after about nine days in Cuba without Internet access.  That was tough, but you know what was tougher?  The lack of quality wine.  In fact, there was a lack of most everything we are used to in the USA, but I'll elaborate on that later - manana as they say in Cuba.  First thi... Read More

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  • February seasonal temperatures in Napa Valley can be remarkably cool and wet, especially in the Spring Mountain District, high above the town of St. Helena. The mountainside vineyard elevations are anywhere from 400 to 2100 feet and rainfall is usually abundant during the winter season, although much of California has experienced drought conditi... Read More

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  • February seasonal temperatures in Napa Valley can be remarkably cool and wet, especially in the Spring Mountain District, high above the town of St. Helena. The mountainside vineyard elevations are anywhere from 400 to 2100 feet and rainfall is usually abundant during the winter season, although much of California has experienced drought conditi... Read More

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  • Most of us reserve the better wines for the weekend.  Show us what you served this past weekend and include photos of the food pairings too.    Read More

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  • You are of course correct. Somehow a sentence got left out or I deleted it. My point was that Villány was a rather warm region as compared to say, Eger, but even the Pinot Noir from there is nothing like the dark and ripe stuff from places like Sonoma in CA. Didn't mean to imply that it had anything to do with the wine, which was clearly marked ... Read More

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  • Hi, I've found this Hungarian Pinot Noir wine on an online pharmacy here:http://www.my-lifespan.com/redwinehighinresveratrol.htmlThey claim it to be therapeutic for health, saying it's a special brand wich may lower chloesterol, and help keep a good cardiovascular function, as it's a unique version. I've actually bought  and tasted it, and I mus... Read More

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  • His opinion was that exactly even temperature is actually not ideal, that wines in chais in France and elsewhere did see temperature variation, and that seasons are part of wine's development.Can't really agree with any of that. I have tremendous respect for his knowledge, so I'm hoping something got lost in the translation.I'd agree that some s... Read More

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