Old Port.de

Brunhuberstraße 4
Wasserburg am Inn, Bayern 83512
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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


  • 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...


  • Is there anything more Dutch than bicycling over cobblestone streets alongside a canal? Yes: ending that bike trip with a glass of genever. This Wineau found herself in the Netherlands recently, and while there is a burgeoning wine region there—I had a surprisingly lovely Dutch Auxerrois my first night—it’s clear the true spirit of the Netherlan... Read More

    From the article This artisanal spirit is not what you think.


  • As a long-time resident of Philadelphia, trips to “Wine Country” for me consisted of a lengthy flight, usually in the neighborhood of 6-7 hours. I would either head west, to one of the many regions in California, Oregon, or Washington. Or, I would fly east, heading across the Atlantic to one of the countless wine regions in Europe.It was not unt... Read More

    From the article This world-class wine region was in my backyard.


  • Retailers report, and empirical evidence demonstrates, that Valentine's Day can be one of the busiest holidays for the wine and spirits business. Wine menu planning is a fun exercise but sometimes the rigors of workaday reality get in the way of our good time. And when it comes to wine, price doesn’t need to indicate how much you care. Wine is o... Read More

    From the article Eleventh Hour Valentine's Day Wines


  • Have you noticed that wherever you are in the world, the Christmas lunch menu is set in stone? In England smoked salmon followed by a traditional turkey roast and Christmas pudding has produced broad smiles around the festive table for decades … I’m a big fan but the part that I don’t really get is when the same wines are rolled out year on year... Read More

    From the article Have a Grand Cru Christmas!


  • According to a YouGov poll, forty-one percent of Americans enjoy wine with Thanksgiving dinner. It's no wonder we spend so much time planning our drink menus. Turkey Day wines have been discussed on Snooth at length over the past ten years. Tastes have evolved to include more than just the mainstays. Traditions have been shattered, and most meal... Read More

    From the article The One and Only Wine You Need This Thanksgiving


  • 11/2//17http://www.snooth.com/virtual-tasting/video/sweet-bordeaux-is-the-new-black/I RSVPed, but I doubt that I will come up with any of the wines.  Maybe I'll pull a half-bottle of something out of storage.Chateau Manos Cadillac 2015 Chateau La Rame Sainte Croix du Mont 2014 Chateau Filhot Sauternes 2009 Chateau Lapinesse Bordeaux Sauternes 20... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Sweet Bordeaux VT


  • Is the menu at 14:39 what you were referencing? If so, it looks this version of the film was cropped, since you can't see the whole menu.Yes, Alan, that's it, and, as you said, the menu is cropped on the YouTube copy.  However, here is another copy.  Check 14:52.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBfK43dCaHUMy old brain has lost many cells.  It i... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Historical Wine Question


  • Alan, you appear to be working on an interesting project, and you have posed an interesting question.Dmcker referenced "claret."  "Claret" is the term commonly used in England for red wines from the Bordeaux region of France, and, yes, they would have definitely been popular in the 1930s..The "Classified Growth" description refers to a "ranking"... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Historical Wine Question


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