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  • I attended this annual event again on Sunday and had a good time as usual. There was some good entertainment in the shape of the can-can girls and a couple of singers.I bought some nice cheese and ate a large duck confit sandwich. I also attended a wine presentation run by Suzy Atkins who writes for the Daily Telegraph. Her presentation was abou... Read More

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  • They did have a seminar on Bordeaux wines at the Show but I did not do it as I did so on a previous France Show.I did do the seminar that featured wines from an outfit called www.joiedevin.co.uk run by Suzy Atkins [Sunday Telegraph wine editor] which featured the lovely sauvignon blanc from Touraine Chenonceaux[amoung other wines] inspiring me t... Read More

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  • OK, what's your favorite market in your area for buying good meats, dairy, produce, etc. when you want to prepare a proper meal, likely accompanied by wine? Or just for everyday living? And what do they provide that you value so?Last couple of times I was through San Fran I realized Bi-Rite in the Mission would be mine there. Very much appreciat... Read More

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  • Esteemed wine critics like Robert Parker and Antonio Galloni employ gender-positive terms in their tasting notes without compunction. Masculine wines are commonly associated with structure and power, while feminine wines can be perceived as delicate and thin. Speaking about a trip to the Bandol region in the Financial Times, wine writer Jancis R... Read More

    From the article Does your wine have a gender?


  • Well D now that there blankdenoir sounds like something I'd like to guzzle down fast!Speaking of that I have to give a shout out to Larry Shaffer. I had his Mourvedre rosado a little while ago. It's almost pure white. And it's got some tannins. He said he had like a couple hours of skin contact - really interesting. Quite good. If he made a spar... Read More

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  • Have started to see the appeal in Champagne and other quality sparkling wine more and more lately. It's a festive drink with high drinkability and pleasure, provided you are drinking within the wine's general drinking window. I can remember my eldery godmother saying on one of our visits that she couldn't drink wine anymore due to her stomach is... Read More

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  • I saw this on BT.com (UK site) today, and it looked interesting.  What do you guys think?Red wine's supposed health benefits are set to be rubbished by Government experts rewriting the rule book on the nation's alcohol consumption, according to reports.Red wine's supposed health benefits are set to be rubbished by Government experts rewriting th... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Turns out red wine might not...


  • A trio of interesting stories popped up in the wine world this past week. One wine critic admitted to his struggles with snobbery, thieves made off with millions in Champagne reserved for the queen and one Japanese day spa is going bonkers for wine baths.  A Snob is a Snob is a SnobWine critic William Sitwell came clean this past week in The Tel... Read More

    From the article The Word Around the World: British Thieves, UK Snobbery and Japanese Wine Baths


  • The summer sun is wielding its surly heat and those of us who suffer beneath its burly rays have learned well that a summer party isn't complete without a chilled bottle of white wine. Red wines stay on the counter until they're ready to be quaffed, right? Not so fast, The Telegraph  reporter Kate Hawkings wrote this past week in the United King... Read More

    From the article Chill Out! Brit Wine Experts Say Cooling Reds is Just Fine


  • To say that a vineyard is one of the world's most idyllic man-made refuges is not an understatement.Tranquil hills, ocean breezes, mountain air and the delicate aroma of grapes clinging to the last minutes of sunlight on a hot summer day – they all combine to provide a transcendent experience.However, as is the case with a diverse wine world whe... Read More

    From the article Syrian Brothers Produce Notable Wines Amid Distance, Danger


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