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Russian River / Dry Creek / Anderson Valley Wine & Food Recommendations

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by McDrewber 2 years ago

Hello Hounds, We are traveling from Wisconsin with lifetime friends and will be in the Russian River Valley for a full day and then up through Dry Creek Valley to Anderson Valley and are looking...

Discuss: "Great Burgundy smells of sh*t"

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by 914NYC 10 years ago

In his book entitled "BURGUNDY" by Anthony Hanson, this expert writes "Great Burgundy smells of shit. It is most surprising, but something the French recognized long ago, Ça sent la merde and Ça s...

Oregon Wine Country dining

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by stevewi 2 years ago

If you are headed to the Willamette Valley wine region south and east of Portland this summer, this should help you out: https://pdx.eater.com/maps/best-willamette-valley-restaurants-wine-countr...

Appetizer that goes well with Pinot Noir

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by highlyunlikely 3 years ago

I am attending a wine and cheese party on Friday where we are tasting a variety of pinot noirs. I would like to bring an appetizer that matches well with the wine and cheese and, ideally, that can...

Willamette Valley Wine Tasting (Dundee/McMinnville-Eola Amity Hills/Yamhill-Carlton)

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by McDrewber 3 years ago

Hounds, Traveling to Willamette Valley for first time. Midwesterners w/ party of 4 that likes a mix of PN and Chardonnay. Looking for unique settings and smaller production stops where you are...

Jefford on Monday: New Zealand Pinot finds fans in France

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by zin1953 3 years ago

Very interesting bit about the differences between Pinot Noir ripening in Burgundy versus it ripening in Central Otago -- about 2/3 of the way thru the article.

TN: 2009 Black Kite Pinot Noir Angel Hawk Reserve

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by dinwiddie 6 years ago

While dining at Ravens', a vegetarian restaurant on the Mendocino Coast, the server recommended the Black Kite Angel Hawk. The bottle was selling for $75 on the list and I decided to take a chance....

Sonoma Wineries - Looking for some suggestions

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by burlappy 4 years ago

I'll be staying overnight in Sonoma, CA (the town, specifically) for one night in early March and I'll really only have one full day to visit wineries. I'm looking for suggestions on wineries that...

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