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TODAY'S FEATURED WINE
Lewis Perdue's Rating of Mora Estate: Red Blend: Alexander Valley - Sonoma County - California: Valpo: 2009: United States
This is an awesome rendition of an Italian Amarone style made from Corvina Veronese, Rondinella, Molinara & Negrara varietals and vinified using the traditional appassimento drying. Deep color, deeper flavors of cranberries, almonds and cherries. A bulls-eye for my palate.
Every bottle hand-painted by co-owner Alena Fabiano, wife of winemaker Ramaci.
Very thankful that Willi's Wine Bar offers such unusual wines and is willing (even though they did not know we were in the trade) to open a fresh bottle to pour as part of several flights for 3 three friends and me who had a long lunch there.
Willi's is an incredible place for both wine and food discovery.
Lew is sick of wasting most of his wine dollars on stuff he pours down the drain.
Will Buy No Wine Before He's Tried 'Em
So, for now on, Lew is not going to buy anything he has not tasted first.
Lew doesn't get many tasting samples, so this new direction means that you will see an increase in the number of different wines he buys from a single winery.
You can click this link to check out Lewis Perdue’s misfit wine palate.
The old review policy still holds -- For winery tasting samples, gifts from friends or family or samplings at a party or event, review it truthfully, but only if I like it. If I have paid my own very-hard-earned money on a bottle, the gloves are off and it gets what it deserves ... whether perfect or puerile.
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