Three bottles: Steen Öhman, the Winehog

A few years back I came across winehog.org.  It’s creator, Steen Öhman, had picked up on something I had written for my then employers (I still wake up angry, BTW) about a bottle (well, two, actually) of 1929 Musigny that I had drunk with Bernard Repolt, Nice Guy Eddie and a bunch of other guys, […]

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Three bottles: John Gilman

“The Very, Very Ripe, Very, Very, Very Tannic 2010 Vintage In Bordeaux-Miraculously, Some Great Wines Found Alive On the Battlefield”.  Now that is a title for a piece, and I do love a contrarian.  If only I had the balls to write what I actually think…

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Three bottles: Eric Asimov

The best sets of answers in this series are always the toughest to introduce. I started Vinolent in 2009 for a number of reasons, one of which was the paucity (in my opinion, of course) of good wine writing.  Another was that I wanted to share, to preach, if you like.

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