Rare French Wines

3328 Big Sandy Cir
Las Vegas, NV 89129
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  • Imagine the shock: That priceless vintage you acquired for your cellar – the one which induced the admiring glances of some of the richest men in America – is a fake, a sham. You're left with a worthless bottle of wine. Meanwhile, somewhere in the world, a criminal is using his sterling reputation to cloak a rather nefarious empire of false supe... Read More

    From the article Uncorking The Motives and Methods of Wine Fraud


  • Friday was a very good day for Oregon's second-smallest wine region. This past weekend the United States Alcohol and Tobacco, Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) approved American Viticultural Area (AVA) designation for The Rocks District of Milton--Freewater”. According to regional wine website Great Northwest Wine, the decision brings Oregon's AVA tota... Read More

    From the article Rock and Roll: Stony Oregon Land Gets AVA


  • It always seemed odd to us that in Piemonte, the land of Barolo, the King of Wines and the Wine of Kings, we would always find a bottle of Barbera in front of us on the table. The answer was and is simple: Barbera is bountiful, versatile, delicious and moderate in price. The Piemontesi drink more reds than whites and almost 50% of the reds that ... Read More

    From the article The Rising Tide of Barbera


  • So my friends and I were talking. I have the WORST luck finding wines I love at any (normal) price point.  Most of the time I drink wines that are just-OK, and it seems like most of my friends have the same experience.I was wondering if everyone else had the same problem we do so I’m taking a poll:What percentage of those are wines you absolutel... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Do You Also Have Problems...


  • I have been trying to find info on wine terminology. Im lost everytime I visit the wine section and read the reviews as I dont know what they mean.  Please help. I enjoy red and whites that are not very sweet and not dry and that I can drink 3 sips at once without  having to pucker. Not as sweet as Beringers white zifandel  and not as dry as Mir... Read More

    Forum post in the topic No clue about Wine Terminology


  • I received a nice bottle of Ice Wine from a friend. Although I understand it goes well with fruit and desserts how do I drink this wine?Is there a way to prepare myself with food, wine temperature or do I just open it and sip it?I have never tasted this wine and don't know what to expect other than it's sweet like Sauternes. Read More

    Forum post in the topic Ice Wine


  • I once spent 48 hours making a sauce from scratch. It was a classic Sauce Robert that started with a tray full of bones and vegetables. The compound sauce required demi-glace, the rich reduction of beefy goodness that takes a lot of time and effort, and I was determined to use no pre-made ingredients. At the end, gallons of liquid and pounds of ... Read More

    From the article TV Dinner and Wine Pairing Guide


  • Hi All,  I hope you all have great Holiday season.I bought some Champagne and other sparkling white wine today and for the first time noticed there is no year indicated on the label. I haven't noticed that before.I am guessing it is only new to me.But I wonder why not all wines indicate the year and what does it mean, if at all.Thanks for your i... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Year Label?


  • Lots of articles come out this time of year suggesting wine pairings for large, rustic holiday meals and dinner parties with many conflicting ingredients. Indeed, there are perfect food and wine matches to be discovered. However, I use holidays like these to pair the wines with the guests – especially wine novice guests. The holidays are a chanc... Read More

    From the article 5 Novice Wines for Your Holiday Table


  • Jon - Kékfrankos is the name for BF in Hungarian! "Kék" means blue, so you have Kékoportó, which means Blue Portuguese, which is another red grape in Hungary.Szekszárd is known for their Kékfrankos, and it's one of the ingredients in Bikaver, or "Bull's Blood", which unfortunately was so debased under communism that it's basically a joke today i... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Got Blaufrankisch?


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