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woodchuckqueen wrote:Oregon would be a nice addition to the list. There is no place where the Pinot is quite so delightful...
And what do they make with it in Burgundy, plonk?
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The greatest wines come from: grapes.
Lots of excellent wines from lots of places. I'm more than happy to drink them all.
I started out on Burgundy but soon hit the harder stuff. Bob Dylan, Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues
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trifecta wrote:Texas? lol
Glad someone besides me stepped up.
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This is certainly an interesting question, and one that, to me, is impossible to answer.
I have great wines from throughout the world - wines that have been memorable for various reasons. Perhaps it was that Aussie riesling that was so darned refreshing on a hot summer afternoon . . . Or that Bandol Rose from France that was mesmerizing . . . or that CdP that continued to build in complexity as the dinner went on . . . or that Spanish blend that I shared over a long dinner with great friends . . .
Again, too difficult to answer because I think that there are great wines being made all around the country - the real fun is in the discovery (-: