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US Wines - Pacific Region

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Favorite Chilean Wine

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Comment by Stig Ove Bjørnstad on November 1, 2011 at 9:23am
Should have read the whole article before posting. I'll think of a specific wine with the qualities listed in the article.
Comment by Stig Ove Bjørnstad on November 1, 2011 at 9:15am

@Vir Beatum: http://bordeaux-undiscovered.co.uk/blog/2011/08/heavy-rock-and-wine/

 

Some manly wines. I've tried both of Vongravens and the Mötorhead shiraz. Very good balanced and fullbodied. Mötorhead has surprisingly little eukalyptus taste for an Australian shiraz.

Comment by Luke Nierenhausen on July 13, 2011 at 10:09am
Hello Wine lovers. I have been trying different wines for a little while now and still my favorite is a beautiful full bodied red wine called Nero D'Avalo. That is the Grape of course but so far every vinyard I have had it from is fantastic. That and a Malbec is always a safe bet.
Comment by Adrian James Stead on June 18, 2010 at 12:19am
Hello to all vinophiles. I am new to both the AoM site and to this illustrious group specifically so I hope you will allow me to join you in the discussion of the art and pleasure of wine imbibition.

I am an Englishman weened on claret and Burgundy and now living in Western Australia - not far from the wonderful wine producing area of Margaret River. I have, over the years, gained a little expertise on all aspects of the wine business, including that of operating a commercial winery in Australia, as well as conducting wine appreciation courses. So anything I can contribute to this manly subject I would be delighted to do.

Looking forward to knowing more about US and Canadian wine styles, so anything you can suggest or propose would be most welcome.

Here's to an enjoyable, sharing relationship.

Cheers
Adrian
Comment by Vir Beatum on April 2, 2010 at 10:00am
Dear Wine Lovers,
Maybe you can help? At least you may be interested: Being Manly: A Manly Wine? A Manly Whine.
Comment by Stephen Kassel on March 18, 2010 at 11:53pm
Great Group. I work at a wine store and am trying to soak up as much knowledge about wine as possible.
Comment by Noah Cain on August 31, 2009 at 1:25pm
I'm the sommilier at Radnor Wines in Nashville. I figured out that the first 6 months of the year, I taste or drink 45-60 wines a month. Jan-June is when we look for new products and such. July-Dec is slower, I cut back to somewhere around 10-15 wines a month. But as you can tell I love to drink Wine.
Comment by The Plainsman on April 16, 2009 at 9:57am
Good group. Started drinking a lot of Penfolds Koonoga Hill Cab-Shiraz recently. A GREAT red for under $10. (Australian)
 

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