Tasting Notes Which wine is the most noted? Which is best paired with Brie? Take note of which wines people are talking about.
April 28, 2015
Well I live in France and nobody would know what 'brandy' is. I don't drink cognac, but I sure like it
for cooking. I have just fried some 'millas', topped it with raspberries and honey, then flambeed it with
April 23, 2015
In 1994, I converted a small closet in my Manhattan apartment to a climate-controlled wine 'cellar'.
Peaking around 750 bottles, it quickly overflowed into racks I built along a bedroom wall (why
bedroom?... because, at 66 degrees, it is the coolest room in the apartment!)...
My collection now
numbers just under 400 bottles, and affords me the ability to hold wines for the appropriate time and
occasion, and enjoy them at their peak maturity, often at a much lower cost than I would have had to pay
to buy wines at their peak.
The current inventory includes 101 varieties from 33 regions across 15
Keeping wine for the Long Haul, indeed!
April 22, 2015
Neil Diamond wrote (and sang) Red, Red, Wine. How could anyone make such a mistake!
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Most Noted Wines
- March 30, 2009
Very sweet and tasty dessert wine.
- February 05, 2010
I was excited about this wine because I really enjoyed the Crocodillo. However this is a big wine in need of a big meal.Great full wine for a lower alcohol wine. Fruity on the nose with a crisp finish.
- January 21, 2013
I routinely scamper away from wine at this price point but found myself alone with a glass of it at a family gathering during the recent holiday. Very impressed by what it brings to palate. Earthy grip, dirt, rocks, sand, gravel, all good, especially for such a low priced wine. Some fruit but complexities are the star. Even detected southern Dominican cigar wrapper and variety of spices on finish. Bravo, Thorny Devil, Bravo
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