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1787 Bordeaux January 2015 Limited Release

Based on: CHÂTEAU LAFITE, 1787 — $156,450 Per Bottle  1787 is ancient, especially considering this  Bordeaux was sold in 1985. Even the best Bordeaux only lasts about 50 years. So 200 years?  Why the hefty price tag? Well, this particular bottle had the initial Th.J. etched into it. That’s right, Jefferson was a hard-core oenophile. … Continue reading 1787 Bordeaux January 2015 Limited Release

An A-Z Glossary of Wine Type Pronunciation

Picture this… Your host offers you a choice of wines. You really want to try the Amontillado but stick with the Beaujolais because you aren’t sure how to say Ah-mone-tee-Yah-doe. Inter Wine (a UK wine lovers website, that’s just great) to the rescue. They have compiled, THE A-Z guide to pronunciation of wines from around the world. … Continue reading An A-Z Glossary of Wine Type Pronunciation

Don’t be chicken to pair wine with chicken.

Often when people come to do their winemaking they ask about what wines pair with chicken.  Here are a few ideas. Chicken lends itself to many different types of sauces and spices, which means that many different types of wines pair well depending on the sauce or spice. Generally speaking, chicken pairs better with whites … Continue reading Don’t be chicken to pair wine with chicken.