PinkMoonWinery

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  • PinkMoonWinery says:

    11/29/2013 11:07:00 AM - 2008 Weingut Seehof Huxelrebe TBA Provokation is amazing stuff!

  • PinkMoonWinery says:

    1/7/2013 2:02:00 AM - It's not per se a nick drake reference, it is a reference to a lot of things, both personal (the winemakers and my family crest) as well as broader, we had a tough time coming up with a name and we loved that it had many references in it...

  • FarmerKeith LA/VA says:

    1/4/2013 9:31:00 PM - Is pink moon a Nick Drake reference?

  • Seth Rosenberg says:

    12/6/2012 9:07:00 AM - About the 02 Taittinger CdC - Personally, I would say no. Don't get me wrong, I think it is delicious right now, but it's young, and I think it would be a little intense for turkey. I'd much prefer a older champagne. But take my opinion with a grain of salt, since I am very OCD about pairings. I think the CdC is currently so intense and showy that it would go great in big tastings and with rich food.

  • PinkMoonWinery says:

    3/25/2012 12:36:00 PM - I just had a Paul Lato and again was blown away, I just love Central Coast Syrah!

  • PinkMoonWinery says:

    3/5/2012 3:12:00 PM - Did a little self-exercise in a wine review and found out that if I did not think about it and just wrote down which regions I like best, the following is the result (just to caution, that might change again tomorrow...): Central Coast Chateauneuf Northern Rhone Washington State Napa Bordeaux Australia (Mainly Barossa) Germany Austria Languedoc-Roussilon Priorat Champagne Argentina Lebanon Chile Tuscany

  • PinkMoonWinery says:

    9/29/2011 3:58:00 AM - Guys, everyone who loves Cayuse should sign up for the "No Girls" mailing list (http://www.nogirlswine.com/nogirls/) It's Trevor Dorland's project, who is the general manager at Cayuse. Apart from making great wines, he's a great guy!

  • dxpian says:

    4/3/2011 7:11:00 PM - Hey guys, thanks for your nice words on my message board. Very impressive tasting experience, and I'm jealous of a lot of the wines you guys have had in the past!

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