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Posted by Grinfish at May 10, 2007 5:05:07 PM
Re: A guide to vintage whine
sadly though the technique or exploit that we're sampling at the moment isn't a 2006. So far 2007 hasn't had anywhere near the bumper 2006 harvest, I'm hoping that an early summer will certainly help with the quality.

Of course, we all know the secret to a good batch of T or E, is to start with a firmly crushed sour grape, and slowly introduce two or three particular favourite fruits of mine - the full-bodied fiery richness of the Chavez, the tangy unique forum tartness of the Piepi variety, and the pale, complex, oft misunderstood -and oft mistaken for leaving a bitter aftertaste- Shuranthae from Ultimate Vineyards.

Generally, any combination of the above will result in a strong, dry flavour with several different twists, each fighting for dominance of the palate in it's own way. Best served cold.
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