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Wine Affilliation: Consumer or Trade
About Me:
I am Director of Business Development for Digital Dandelion. Bottle Buzz, our Facebook verified application helps you pick the perfect wine. Tell us what you like and dislike. We'll make suggestions of wines to try based on your tastes. There are no wine snobs with funny number ratings involved, just your opinion empowered by statistics.
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Most memorable experience around wine?
Drinking a 1961 Petrus or perhaps the time I tasted a brandy bottled in 1863

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At 2:42pm on October 16, 2009, João Tavares de Pina said…
Portugal has many autochthones grape varieties, red and whites.
White varieties are very interesting, with very different characters, but SYRIA also cold Códega do Larinho is fantastic, with citrons aromas of tangerine and orange.
Portugal Dão region has the most gastronomic wines: fresh, intense, elegant with very nice acidity, made with autochthonous grapes from very particularly varieties.
Just try.
I am a producer in Portuguese Dão region, and I suggest you to taste an old Dão.

Just see what Paul White Thinks about as:

“So far, Portugal has managed to remain true to its traditions, while at the same time offering up a huge range of distinctive grape varieties and unusual wine styles precisely when many of us are tiring of endless New World makeovers of French varietals.

Dao has a lot going for it in that respect: first rate grape varieties firmly rooted in granite-based ‘terroir’ that sparkles back like diamonds, all this shaped by a growing season that’s relatively gentler and longer than other Portuguese regions. Although relatively unknown and sometimes tricky to pronounce, Dao’s red wines offer consumers genuinely new and exciting tasting experiences.”

All the best
At 2:49pm on May 26, 2009, Smoke said…
Hi Mark,
Welcome to Wine 2.0!



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