What happened with Alsace? Or rather; what happened with me and Alsace?
Going back 15 years or so in time, I recall some quite fond memories of Alsace greatness in my innocent vinous youth. The Rolly-Gassmann Sylvaner with crab at one of (then) Sweden’s best restaurants on my 25th birthday, was such a pairing [...]
Mail in. Michael tells me Kathryn will be in town next week. Will you join us to taste the 2009′s and check status on some older vintages? Response sent nanoseconds after receiving the invitation. Too keen you think? I know; I’m not good at acting as a wine critique. Hmm, when is it? Where? OK, [...]
“All the biodynamic wines are more floral.” The statement comes from Perez Palacios at the Palacios family’s Bierzo project in Spain.*
I couldn’t agree more and this summer has – on several red wine occasions – proven Mr. Palacio’s claim to be spot on. In a good to great Pinot Noir I [...]
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