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Tony Scilipoti 9m
No filter. Look at that glow, like an old French horn. With the same resonant hunting horn follow-through.
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Angie 6h
Well isn’t this a treat for a Monday evening 😍 and it was a really good match with our red Thai curry, purchased from
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Kevin 9h
A this good shouldn’t cost only $12.99, but it does! Shoutout to for this summer crusher!
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Daniel Oliveros 9h
My first time tasting terrific both 19,the bone dry Trocken,impressed w/its minerality & precision,aromas of lime,petrol & mint,the irresistible ,had aromas of white peach,honeysuckle,Amalfi lemon & wet stones,rich & long,YUMMY!!
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Victoria Cooksey 24h
2017 Nose of yeast, starchy apple, pear, floral & oily minerality. Tastes of green apple, pear, vanilla & green olive.
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Roving Sommelier Aug 7
At £10 a bottle and only 11.5 alcohol, this juicy and fragrant Breuer is perfect drinking for this weekend's
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WhiskeyDrinkingWoman Aug 8
Been trying in cans lately partly due to partly out of curiosity. Looking for convenient packaging for roadtrips etc. Mostly fun wines in hard times. This was sweet & summery.
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Kirsten MacLeod Aug 8
wine tasting tonight both 2017 from the Eden Valley I’m such a sucker for both these grape varieties. Riesling - I mean who doesn’t ❤️a and I enjoy the luscious oily textures and the ripe stone fruits. Both delicious on a hot balmy evening
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Elma Wine & Liquor Aug 8
Having Thai, Chinese, or Indian food for the weekend? If so grab a Riesling to pair it with!
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Mosel Fine Wines 17h
Rising star Stefan Müller confirms his talent with a superb 2019 collection, as we report in Issue 52. Interested but not yet a subscriber? Simply sign up via for a copy for the report
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Sam Hauck 21h
Quality Rieslings can age so well and are a delight to taste.
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Hermann J. Wiemer Aug 7
Morning walks in the vineyard to check in on the grapes and of course our flower friends! Things are looking ☑️. Harvest will be here before we know it! @…
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EastCoastWineCouple Aug 9
Plan Q for vacation. Took a short trip to the beautiful in NY. Had a blast 🍷, particularly at . Thanks to the wonderful woman who did our pouring! Every winery we visited provided safe & friendly service!
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David Crossley Aug 6
evafricke 2011. Truly stunning and assured from steep slate/quartz souls and old vines. Lime/petrol, mineral backbone, long. Can’t tell you how good this is with age. Originally from…
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Christos Ioannou Aug 7
Dry, pleasant, typical but would expect more depth and complexity for £15 though fine at 25% off!
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JCP Maltus 13h
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Stuart Martin Pigott Aug 5
Deep in the 2019 for with Erni at Weingut Dr. Loosen - there are now 11 dry single vineyard GGs in the very impressive range!
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Vitabella Aug 9
Why is Germany the Wrong Side of the Wine Tracks? |
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Teneriffe Wino Aug 9
Lanolin, lime, apricot on the nose. All carry through to the palate, bolstered by honey, almond & tart stone fruit. Juicy, quite full-bodied, lengthy from $$
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Vitabella Aug 9
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