Discussion in 'Dancers Anonymous' started by DancePoet, Aug 29, 2006.
wait not pinot nior, I like that one...he likes pinot grigio
I suspect the person was confused.
My understanding is that if Sauvignon Blanc is over exposed to the sun and or picked before it is ripe, then it does take on a litter box like smell, but I wouldn't say this would be "good sauv blanc".
well, either way...just can't bring myself to drink it now
See post #13 on this thread for an Viognier description.
not the viognier...the Vouvrey
btw...do you find fess parker to be peppery? b/c that is what I loooove about it
Sauvignon Blanc does tend to have a sharp smell, with flavors of grass, gooseberry, olives, bell pepper, grapefruit, melon, vanilla, and butter to name a few.
I've found that it does seem to be more enjoyable for me when blended with other whites.
must sleep now...will catch up to this tomorrow
Oh, Vouvray ... yes, that's a French style wine, made mostly, and usually completely, from the Chenin Blanc grape. Very little expereince with this. If I recall correctly, some of the flavors often found with it are almonds, honey, and melon. Works well with chicken and veal meals.
Not sure. Perhaps you are referring to the acidity of the wine?
Can't recall pepper in the Pinot Noirs, I have no experience with the Syrahs, and they have made some very good Viognier's.
:shock: Did I stumble in the Pro ranks? I did, I did.
I have only had the cab and the syrah and it was most notable in the cab...and I had NEVER sensed it in any other wine...
silly DP, she means your refined palate...I am an equal opportunity wino myself, lol...
No, you're not a wino.
With your palate and knowledge, you're a wineaux.
Ayuh, the cabernet sauvignon, good point ... spaced it, and I'll blame that on the fact it was late when I was posting.
Haha! Love it!
Can't take credit--originally heard it from my sister-in-law, who is also a wineaux.
meh...nouveau riche wineaux maybe...btw...loving gilead
Oh, wow, I'm glad to hear it!
I've read it twice now, and I just find the language so beautiful and the thoughts so comforting.
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