Subject: China drops EU wine import tax - US Ag Real Estate Up ~10% - Chilean Wine Moves Upmarket - Fearmongering In The Vineyard - Wine & Sexting Troubles Down Under - Treasury Wine Punch Drunk? - AUGUST 6, 2013 - WINE NEWS FETCH
Date: 2013-08-05 21:38:01
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"Montecello Vineyards blends better-than-most oatmeal midtones and a nefarious tang aroma in their 1999 Pinot Grigio."
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As always, SavvyTaste.Com has my full description and opinion of this wine: Lewis Perdue's Rating of Villa Matilde Rocca dei Leoni: Falanghina: Campagnia: : 2011: Italy
This uniquely Italian white grape resembles Chardonnay with just a touch of oak. Crisp vanilla flavors. Sort of like Vermentino with an attitude.
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