#WineReviews Casa Madero #rosewine V #MexicanWine

NAME: Casa Madero V VARIETAL:🍇100% Cabernet Sauvignon YEAR: 2017 COUNTRY:Mexico REGION: Parras, Coahuila, México aka Parras Valley Nose👃 subtle peach 🍑 and hints of strawberries 🍓 Mouth 👄 fruit-forward palate, slightly fruity in the mid palate and leaving a cantaloupe flavor as the final note 📝 is a light attack wine and you definetely don’t feel…

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What do you think about canned-wines?

Canned-Wines are definetely a tendency in the wine industry, what do you think about them? On the one hand I have found a group of winelovers that support the idea of using aluminum instead of glass bottles as is better for the environment. I have also found that locally,  in New York including the Hudson…

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Geography of Wine

“Why does a Chablis from France, made from the Chardonnay grape, have a steely, minerally, austere taste while a California Chardonnay often has a fruit forward nose with hints of vanilla spice? Or even more importantly, why do American wines have the grape variety prominently displayed on the label, while European wines rarely do, preferring…

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Summer is here! how do you feel at the midpoint of the year?

The summer solstice in the northern hemisphere and winter in the south is approaching, how do you feel at the midpoint of the year? Do you want to achieve something in particular the rest of the year? I really want to learn more about wines so I am considering about doing a WSET course, but…

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