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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


  • Every wine-loving parent knows what it's like to open a bottle and then get drawn back into the battle of bedtime. Once you get back to that cold glass of Chardonnay, it's warm. Repeat over the course of a few nights, and you're eventually tossing out liters of sad, stale juice. It's not just parents, either. You can get pulled away from that pe... Read More

    From the article A Vote for Madeira


  • It is a chilly, sunny February afternoon in Napa Valley.  Tasting rooms are packed and wine routes are busy, much busier than I remember from previous visits.It’s been five years since my last visit to the region and just over a decade since I spent weekends roaming Napa’s wine routes while working on a nine-month project in the Bay Area.Napa se... Read More

    From the article Consider Napa's Other Cab


  • So on a whim we decided to visit British Columbia. But we flew up to Washington, so visited a few places there too. Totally off the subject of wine, I found an awesome bakery in Spokane and the girl there served me this thing that I thought was a kind of Parmesan cheese foam. In fact it was fermented cashew whip, which was definitely weird, but ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Northwest Wineries


  • One of my goals for 2019 was to read more of wine books. It's a resolution to which I've stuck, and more of my recent favorites will be shared with you here in the coming months. Today's selection is Around the World in Eighty Wines by Mike Veseth. Inspired by the Jules Verne classic, Around the World in Eighty Days, Veseth takes us from Algeria... Read More

    From the article Yep, there's great wine in Bali.


  • RCKR I agree with you I am 81 have 152 bottles only one of my children even likes wine,and my wife doesn’t like it. I think my biggest problem I am reluctant to open a $50+ bottle of wine with nobody to discuss it with or share, therefore when I am in Costco or wine store I have a tendency to buy a couple of bottles I can open without guilt of t... Read More

    Forum post in the topic When Is Enough


  • At what point in your life do you decide that you have enough wine in your cellar and it's time to cut back on buying or do you decide to take a break all together (Get the shakes anyone?) and only buy what you want, when you want it.I'm 68 going on 69, my children are not big wine drinkers and leaving wines to them as a treat legacy doesn't mak... Read More

    Forum post in the topic When Is Enough


  • I have been thinking for a while on the idea of facilitating the meeting up in person of those loyally frequenting this site.My preference is to make these meetings open to all members, and even varying the location of any meeting according to convenience since we live all over the world (though mostly in North America).In any case, this new thr... Read More

    Forum post in the topic The Face to Face Club - a...


  • v v, I find it difficult to find Ojai in retail stores near me.  The winery, itself, is about a two-hour drive for me, but I am still to lazy to drive there.  Ojai is the one winery club that I belong to.  I get two four-bottle shipments twice a year and the tarriff runs about $150/shipment,  Yes, I don't get to pick the wines, but it is just to... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What's your Choice of Wine...


  • This isn’t one of those “next great grape!” articles. People are drinking more Grolleau, period. It may have something to do with growing interest in the Loire Valley - a region that sat in the shadows of its ‘big brothers’ Burgundy and Bordeaux for decades.The Loire Valley has been embraced by new wine drinkers (read: millennials). Its key grap... Read More

    From the article Ancient wine grape finds a home with millennial drinkers.


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