Monday, January 01, 2007

Best red wine 2007

My best red in 2006 was 20 years old.
Tasted during a mini 1986 horizontal at Shelly's steack house with NYC Wine Club Gruaud Larose was nothing short of superb. The wine was fleshy in your mouth and developping fantastic tertiary flavours of underwood, mushrooms, french oak and tobacco with a super long length. Need to be decanted two hours to soften the tannins. A steal at $140 retail price.


At 10:06 AM, Blogger Luciano said...

if the wine was good you have not paid a big price.
Luciano (

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At 11:50 AM, Anonymous Carl said...


I am trying to decide whether to name my new wine from South Africa Pinotage Rose or just Rose for the US market. What do you think?

At 9:39 AM, Anonymous Shirley said...

Love Red wine...its my favorite!

At 5:25 AM, Anonymous Steven Jackson said...

Dark color. Notes of smoke, tobacco, berry. Medium bodied with fine tannins, great moutfeel. Very earthy w/ notes of pepper, leather. Nice long finish.I like to drink wine with my Cuban cigars.As Cuban cigars are not available in US market,I buy my Cigars Online.


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