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  • I am wondering if you spray your grapes with any pesticides....like Round Up?  I love your wine and I was just reading a GMO article and it mentioned that it is best to buy organic wines since they are not sprayed with toxic harmful pesticides...so do you all use Round Up?  Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hi ... my name is Deborah


  •  My pal Mike is getting some love this round. Great to see, he works his tail off.2013 Myriad Dr Crane Elysian 100pts2013 Myriad Dr Crane 98pts2013 Myriad Beckstoffer GIII 98pts2013 Myriad Three Twins 94pts2013 Carter To Kalon GTO 100pts2013 Carter To Kalon The OG 100pts2013 Carter Beckstoffer Las Piedras 100pts2013 Carter To Kalon Grand Daddy 9... Read More

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  • Here it is, the following Wednesday morning and I'm still not fully recovered from whatever I caught.  I did have a flu shot this season, but I still suspect I came down with the flu.  We cut back on wine consumption since last week, but Sandra has enjoyed a glass here and there while I stuck with water.  Well, I did try a shot of scotch but it ... Read More

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  • “When was the land first used to grow grapes?” This is a common question addressed to New World wine regions. The United States, in all of her blushing youth, wears a thirty year-old vineyard plot like a badge of honor. But to ask the same question in Italy’s Franciacorta wine region would be absurd. Grape growing has been a part of life in the ... Read More

    From the article Northern Italy's Big Little Secret Wine Region Is Making History


  • I've had this in my possession for awhile now and don't know a whole lot about wine; is there anything special about this wine?  Read More

    Forum post in the topic Help me out here


  • I'm pretty bad about naming the 10 different Crus of Beajolais but the article I have linked does a good job of explaining it, and maybe I'll be getting closer to becoming familIar with them, because taking a shot on a bottle of J.P. Thevenet last week for Turkey Day really turned my head. It has that direct and effortless quality with good back... Read More

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  • As a rule of thumb I decant every wine bottle north of $50 for at least 45 mins. During the 45 mins we usually enjoy half a glass of a daily drinker to get our palate ready for the really good stuff. Thoughts on this approach would be great? What's your approach other than PNP.....   Read More

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  • What do people have in common with wine grapes? Both possess strong, unique personalities and characteristics; Garnacha is no exception. It is perhaps the world’s most malleable grape, demonstrating versatility and poise no matter where it is found. (Think Cannanou in Sardinia and Grenache in France; both are guises of Garnacha.) But there is on... Read More

    From the article Why #GarnachaDay Fever Is Here To Stay


  • Well, I have a bottle of Olazrizling from Moravia that I'm looking at right now. Promised to drink it with a friend who's curious about such things.I don't know that particular wine, but I know the grape pretty well and I'm curious.  Read More

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  • Dear Friends of Wine,Moravian wines losts on Region ´s map. Moravia, it is part of the Czech Republic. Production  of wine is low.Wine production is small, but there is a lot of interest relating to wine. The history of wine growing dates back to the Roman era. Look at www.winetraveling.eu. Begins burák- specialty Moravia - photo.Wendy Havirova Read More

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