Monthly Archives: January 2011

Champagne tasting from miniature bottles

Writing about Champagne towards the end of January may not be the very best timing imaginable for a wine blog. If I was writing about rosé at this time of year, I could at least claim that I was writing … Continue reading

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Stonier Pinot Noir 2008

A quick and short tasting note for Stonier Pinot Noir 2008, from Mornington Peninsula in Victoria, Australia. € 17,90 at Crush Wine for those who buy their wines in Brussels. Fruity nose of mature, rather dark berries, slightly sweetish impression, … Continue reading

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Nebbiolo wines with CAV

In October 2010, the wine club CAV – which spelled out means Cercle des Amateurs de Vin – held a tasting under the theme “not only Barolo, fine Italian Nebbiolo”, which I believe may be worth writing about, despite the … Continue reading

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Red wines at their peak with AuZone

Long time, no blogging (neither in Swedish nor English), but the rumour of me stopping drinking wine is much exaggerated. It’s just that I haven’t gotten around to blogging after I slowed down all intellectual activities over the holiday season, … Continue reading

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