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Wine Review

Discussion in 'Open Discussion (Work-safe)' started by iambrutus, Dec 21, 2004.

  1. iambrutus

    iambrutus Screw Blue

    I just finished a bottle of Rosemount Estate Merlot 2001 and it was a great bottle of wine. it was very full bodied but it was also incredibly smooth...just wanted to pass that along for anyone that might be a wine drinker as i am.
  2. MililaniBuckeye

    MililaniBuckeye The satanic soulless freight train that is Ohio St Staff Member Tech Admin

    Dude, since when do us Austintown fuckers drink wine? WTF?
  3. iambrutus

    iambrutus Screw Blue

    i'm an import to atown. i grew up in the sophistication of Salem...ha honesty i dated a broad who's cousin was a wine connoisseur for mandalay bay in LV and i got started then, since then i have enjoyed wine and imported beers
  4. MililaniBuckeye

    MililaniBuckeye The satanic soulless freight train that is Ohio St Staff Member Tech Admin

    OK, now I see... :biggrin:
  5. DEBuckeye

    DEBuckeye It ain't easy, bein' cheesy.

    iambrutus- if you liked that, here are a few other Merlots in the same general price range that are very good:
    Columbia Crest Grand Estates
    Concha y Toro, Marques de Casa Concha (from Chile)
    Veramonte (also Chile)

    If you want to spend a little more ($17-25):
    Franciscan (awesome)
    Echelon (can be hard to find)
    Chateau St. Jean

    Don't let anyone tell you what you're "supposed" to like, the most important thing is to drink what you like. As long as it doesn't come in a box- please don't drink wine from a box....
  6. iambrutus

    iambrutus Screw Blue

    my policy is no boxes, and no screw off tops :biggrin:
  7. gbearbuck

    gbearbuck Herbie for President

    actually if you like white assie wines, they are almost all screw offs now... I'm not much of a white fan unless it is a Reisling... seems funny to pay big bucks and get a screw off, but that is what they are doing "down under"...
    JCOSU86 likes this.
  8. AKAK

    AKAK Well, that's like hypnotizing chickens. Staff Member Tech Admin

    gbear- do you need to take this to the Abe Lincoln Thread?

    While I would refute gbear's assertion that "they are almost all" screw tops are on the way in, in Australia... (I've actually only seen German wines going screw top.... first hand)... He is however on to something in that You're probably going to need to rescind the "no Screw Top" Rule in the near future, as there are quality wines of nearly every description soon to come to a store near you... Natural Cork is going to be much less common going forward (It causes up to 15% spoilage... an amount smaller Wineries can't afford to lose... and contrary to certain myths.. the cork does not affect.. or enhance.. the wine in the aging process...) and for some reason, the synthetic corks are falling out of favor... (there's a reason... but I don't know what it is off the top of my head.)
  9. buckeyegrad

    buckeyegrad Don't Immanentize the Eschaton Staff Member

    I am not a big wine drinker, but I do like an occasional Merlot or Pinot Noir. For those of you more knowledgeable of wine, what Pinor Noirs do you recommend?
  10. daddyphatsacs

    daddyphatsacs Let the cards fall...

    I had a bottle of Strawberry Boones farm last night. It was full bodied with a slight hint of berry added to it's sweet, tart taste.
    If one is feeling quite adventureous they can opt for the ever so potent bottle of mad dog 20/20 Grape. That is the ultimate for a wine drinker who is also conscious of the amount of money in his pocket. :biggrin:
    BUCKYLE and NJ-Buckeye like this.
  11. Thump

    Thump Hating the environment since 1994

    :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
  12. buckeyegrad

    buckeyegrad Don't Immanentize the Eschaton Staff Member

    WTF????? Why is my question funny?
  13. Thump

    Thump Hating the environment since 1994

    Because it's funny how much you've changed in the past two years. Two years ago if you'd asked that question, I'd think you were going insane or something.

    I don't know that I've ever seen you drink any wine.
    Last edited: Dec 22, 2004
  14. AKAK

    AKAK Well, that's like hypnotizing chickens. Staff Member Tech Admin

    Couple Pinot's.. though not my forte-- that I like..

    Pepperwood- for about $7. (This might be a wine shop, or grocery store with a large selection type thing, but its pretty available)

    Kenwood does make a nice one for about $15... which is pretty reasonable for a 88 or 89 Spectator Rating Pinot. I think this particular one is labeled as "Russian River Pinot Noir." This one actually suprised me... I think I've had the '02 twice.

    As for bigger $, I don't know, because I would never spend more than 15 bucks on Pinot... Doesn't excite me enough... but these two I liked.
  15. RugbyBuck

    RugbyBuck Our church has no bells.

    Lloyd Carr.

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