By Dan Berger On the radio show I do every Wednesday afternoon, the host has taken to calling me, “Dan ‘lay it down’ Berger,” because of my seemingly obsessive appreciation for aged characteristics in wine, both white and (where applicable) white…. Want to read more? If you’re already a subscriber, welcome back – you may login … Continue reading “Instant Gratification”
This notion has been lurking in my head for several years without any words being formulated. I think it started with me about 1990, when I was attending a luncheon at Iron Horse Vineyards, tasting the current release of Pinot Noir as well as the … Want to read more? If you’re already a subscriber, welcome … Continue reading “Pinot Noir Perfection: Flaws”
Rosé is on the rise. From Decanter Magazine: “June 21st was the hottest day in the UK since 1976, with temperatures reaching 34°C (98°F) in some parts of the country. Other countries have also experienced a spate of hot weather… In the UK, Decante… Want to read more? If you’re already a subscriber, welcome back – you … Continue reading “Rosé Notes”
Exceptional 2014 Maria Schneider Jazz Riesling, Reichstrat Von Buhl, Pfalz, Germany, 11.5% alcohol ($17): The amazing thing about this beautifully scented and fairly rich wine is that it has an intriguing aroma of citrus (lime peel?) and blossoms,… Want to read more? If you’re already a subscriber, welcome back – you may login here. If you aren’t … Continue reading “Tasting Notes”
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