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I can’t imagine the wine with pepper flavor. I hop...

2015-10-13T06:47:57.990-07:00

I can’t imagine the wine with pepper flavor. I hope it has the unique taste for my party in this weekend.

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Does anyone know where i could buy a single bottle...

2014-03-21T17:50:55.016-07:00

Does anyone know where i could buy a single bottle as a gift for someone.



There are wines especially made for special occasi...

2013-07-23T14:37:28.576-07:00

There are wines especially made for special occasions like. Although special is very much subjective just like how people have their bet of wines. As for me, I love Malbec Wines. This is my first time to come across with this page on review of wines. It is nice to have this one as we get acquainted with the wines out there.


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Just love all Malbecs.

2012-10-11T13:55:18.989-07:00

Just love all Malbecs.



Hi! I'm new to your site and I'm enjoying...

2012-09-29T20:23:32.775-07:00

Hi! I'm new to your site and I'm enjoying looking around. I like your take on reviewing wines through the second night. You bring up such a good point. There are some wines I love the next night and there are some I don't.

-- Kristy @ Wine Logic



Your ideas is great. Can you post more of this?

2012-06-20T22:18:52.447-07:00

Your ideas is great. Can you post more of this?



I really like the idea behind this blog. Waiting t...

2012-05-14T08:43:38.279-07:00

I really like the idea behind this blog. Waiting to review wine over a two day period is an excellent idea.
Thanks for the insight and the great posts.



we loved this wine. to us it was elegant, with red...

2011-11-06T19:33:25.236-08:00

we loved this wine. to us it was elegant, with red fruits, some acidity and a good body. glad we found your blog!



Wow, nice post,there are many person searching abo...

2011-10-14T00:36:08.106-07:00

Wow, nice post,there are many person searching about that now they will find enough resources by your post.Thank you for sharing to us.Please one more post about that..



I don't have any words to appreciate this post...

2011-08-01T05:17:03.347-07:00

I don't have any words to appreciate this post.....I am really impressed ....the person who created this post surely knew the subject well..thanks for sharing this with us.



I just Drank my last bottle of 1979Ferdinand Piero...

2011-07-10T08:00:51.519-07:00

I just Drank my last bottle of 1979Ferdinand Pieroth Burg-Layer Schloßkapelle Pieroth Blue. I hated to do so but it was wonderfull. I have kept it cooled for all these years and it was still great after this much time.
S J B



BearBoat2006 Pinot was quite good too! I paid $14....

2011-07-04T16:12:14.723-07:00

BearBoat2006 Pinot was quite good too!
I paid $14.99.
The axiom that "what is good to you, no matter the price, is good", holds true.
With the economy the way it is, we're fortunate to drink a "good" wine at all.
This is my first visit, and Newbie that I am, your descriptors are mind spinning, but thanks, as they force me to be more in-tune.
Sincerely,
Dennis aka NHWineman



Can be.

2011-05-28T07:37:49.928-07:00

Can be.



I have a bottle of this. Might as well drink it!

2011-03-27T02:08:07.228-07:00

I have a bottle of this. Might as well drink it!



Does this wine have leavening in it? I'm new t...

2011-03-26T01:04:16.459-07:00

Does this wine have leavening in it? I'm new to following Torah and I don't want to buy another bottle of this wine if I'm not to have it during the Feast Of Unleaven Bread. Please let me know. This is the only wine I have ever had because it's the only kosher wine available in my area. Thanks



Hi H I work for Pieroth in Australia, I am one of...

2011-03-23T03:08:48.342-07:00

Hi H

I work for Pieroth in Australia, I am one of the Wine Consultants.
In regard to your 1979 bottle of the Burg Layer Kabinett; it is a fruity, light German white, fairly sweet to the palate of a usual chardonnay or sauv blanc drinker, as it is going on the dessert or "sticky" style of wine.

It comes from Nahe in west Germany, where the Pieroth house has been located for the past 400 years.
The most important thing is that depending on how it was stored, is how it is going to be now. 1979 is very old for german kabinett quality wines, this is because although sweet, it doesn't have enough residual sugar per liter to make it age for long periods. In all honesty, we recommend these wines to be drunk within 3 years, so they are still fresh and lively, but I have known some of my customers to be drinking these from the mid 80's, and still enjoying them in 2011! so it just depends on storage, and a bit of luck!
My advice is not to open it, because the chances are you will end up with a bottle of vinegar, but do keep it for a bit of fun, as you wouldn't come across a 1979 vintage very often.

Hope this helps, you're more than welcome to ask some more questions about the wine if you have any more questions.

Kind regards, wilson



I have a bottle of 1979 burg layer schlobkapelle k...

2011-02-12T16:40:05.501-08:00

I have a bottle of 1979 burg layer schlobkapelle kabinett blue bottle from a family member. I can't find any information on it, could you help me out?



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2010-11-18T20:33:48.979-08:00

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That's great I enjoy a flavored wine. I want t...

2010-11-09T00:54:43.164-08:00

That's great I enjoy a flavored wine. I want to try it in my home bar.



Wow! It is the perfect place for bar stuff.

2010-10-04T05:18:15.527-07:00

Wow! It is the perfect place for bar stuff.



Do you mean "nouveau"

2010-10-01T04:18:08.870-07:00

Do you mean "nouveau"



Discovering your site, fun initiative. I've se...

2010-09-26T03:50:41.586-07:00

Discovering your site, fun initiative. I've seen this type of fruit disappearing in other 03.



David, I have never posted a comment in my life on...

2010-08-23T14:46:39.710-07:00

David, I have never posted a comment in my life on the internet, and would have preferred to have e-mailed you directly, but the philosophy behind your site needs to be congratulated and popularised. It is something I have been saying to friends for over 15 years, but the wine press consistently ignores. The elitist view is that oxidation is a fault. Wines have to spring out of the bottle and be drinkable within an hour, or two. If not, they are not well made, and the 'degradation' through oxidation after opening only exposes the flaws of the wine, and the winemaker.Instead of receiving free wines I have to pay for all my wines, and if it tastes better after two days, as, I believe, some 80% of red wines under 5 years do,I am all the happier. In essence, I am getting a much more enjoyable wine, for the same price on day two than on day one.When I saw the title of your blog I thought, 'This is bizarre. What is it all about?' Made no sense. Perhaps I should explain how I came across you, which, I think, will make you smile.We are off to Tuscany in 5 days time and I wanted to track down one of the finest wines I have ever tasted, certainly the best Italian wine I have ever had the pleasure of enjoying. This was probably around 1996-97. So was Googling the wine, 1994 Massa Vecchia, La Fonte di Pietrarsa. I had invited an english friend of mine who was teaching at, I think, Johns Hopkins School, in Florence, but who was visiting London, over for dinner. As we both liked wine I had already opened a couple of good bottles, but when he proferred the Massa Vechia on arrival, I un-corked it, out of courtesy, even though I had, of course, never heard of it, and felt that I had already opened some very good wines. Anyway, we probably talked too much, didn't drink enough, and by the time he departed it was untouched. Before putting the cork back in, I felt that I had better just give it a taste. I was very disappointed. At least, familiar with the myth of the 'Super Tuscans', I thought, 'This is utterly undrinkable.' It was so tannic and unyielding that I could not believe that it would be drinkable the next night, nor in five or ten years. Tasting it the following evening only confirmed my appraisal. I returned late the third day and went straight to bed. When I tried it the fourth night, prior to pouring it down the sink, the experience and pleasure was unprecedented. The melange of 'smokeiness', chocolate, cabernet sauvignon, smoothness and longevity on the palate was difficult to imagine. And, from recollection, that persisted to the fifth night as well!A year or so later when my friend had re-located back to London I persauded him to exchange me three bottles, of the several, that he had brought back with him for an equally idiosyncratic wine and favourite of mine, a Gigondas, Les Pailieroudas of Edmund Burle. Sadly, we subsequently lost touch, so I never learned of his appreciation of the Burle wine, but can only believe that, owing to the vintage, I may well have got the better part of the exchange.If I can actually purchase some of said wine from the vineyard on this trip it will afford a nice opportunity to revive a lost friendship.The main point, however, as I am sure you must tell your friends, is, never, never, never throw wine away without tasting it first. Reds (under 5 years) will almost invariably be better the second night.The whole philosophy is to learn about the wines that you p[...]



Thanks for your blog which embodies a philosphy I ...

2010-08-22T09:52:37.499-07:00

Thanks for your blog which embodies a philosphy I also share.

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I just opened a bottle of the 2003 Mosby Sangioves...

2010-06-30T19:49:28.194-07:00

I just opened a bottle of the 2003 Mosby Sangiovese. It's smooth, flavorful and has an incredible balance of fruit, spice and a hint of wood. Very nice. Maybe 2006 was a bad year, or it just needs more time in the bottle to mature.