Wine About It

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  • There will be a gradual increase in volume - depending on the course of climate change, if permanent, as most now suspect.  Certainly, there is a lot of money going into the properties that be, and many of the largest orchards in BC were ploughed over, or at least denuded, to bring more grapes on line.I am not well enough informed to say whether... Read More

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  • Yep. Road 13. We spent a lot of time there with the wine maker. He stayed late for us and gave us a lot of insight into the region. I don't really mind kitch, as long as it's presented in fun. I'd keep the decor.Zuf - you may be on to something about Ontario. I never equated it with wine, but they do a lot there.And tobacco! Read More

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  • In response to Jack's tasting room story, let me add one.  Probably, the only contribution I can make to this conversation.I was in Walla Walla traveling on business with our Portland-based sales rep, Janet.  We had one call in Walla Walla, and, then, we were heading to Boise;  I'd flown to Walla Walla and Janet had driven over from Portland the... Read More

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  • The explanation for the surplus (Mary Jane and beer) might be close, though one might contemplate the vicissitudes of demographics - in particular, the drinking habits of Millennials, which may be the sub-hypothesis to the main hypothesis regarding demand for intoxicants other than wine.  I have little sympathy with this overproduction generally... Read More

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  • I don't know how Bruce got the wines. I know that we used to drop them off at the WS offices in Manhattan. The reviewers will visit wineries, but they arrange that in various ways and I have no idea if he went out to BC or not.I do know that there's a guy who's put together about five of the wineries in BC. There's one that has a medieval castle... Read More

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  • Blaufränkisch is a Cabernet lover’s best friend, but still very much its own grape. And that's an asset in today’s wine climate. Generations of wine drinkers stuck to the same old grapes - but this is an era that privileges discovery. Blaufränkisch is not new, per say, but an increasing number of Americans are gulping it down by the bottle. Plan... Read More

    From the article The Very Best of Blaufrankisch Wine


  • Don't know if anyone saw the most recent issue of Wine Spectator - November 2019?They reviewed a number of Canadian wines. Here is a sample.Checkmate -2015 Capture 91 $802015 Fool's Mate 91 $752015 Little Pawn 91 $852015 Queen Taken 91 $1002015 Attack 90 $902015 Knight's Challenge 91 $75They had a number of others too:Pinot Noir -2015 Flat Rock ... Read More

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  • The reverb must has resonated in Seattle, DV.  I wasn't that lonely, actually; I had a lot of 2016 Bordeaux to keep me company (LOL).  In fact (yes, its another one!) I had two Bordeaux last night with friends... The Latour-Martillac (Pessac-Leognan) - an old holding of the venerable Kressman family (since the 1920's).  You don't hear much about... Read More

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  • Chateau Robin Castillon Cotes de Bordeaux 2015

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    I bought this bottle of wine for £10 from a shop in London's Belgravia [www.majestic.co.uk] Cotes de Castillon is an appellation created in 1936 for red wines only from 9 communes around the village of Castillon on the right bank of the Bordeaux region about 30 miles east of the City of Bordeaux itself close to the more prestigious Saint Emilion... Read More

    Wine review by duncan 906


  • Tried another little "sleeper of the vintage" (in the words of the now silent Robert Parker): Chateau Tour Bel-Air (Tradition) 2016 from Fronsac.  This wine is little known to Fronsac lovers (and there are a few), and being 100% Merlot, I think, it is quite soft, supple and luscious.  I would estimate the cost in the US to be about 20 dollars.  ... Read More

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