EP 62 3 Highly rated Reds

2003 Shafer Merlot

2001 Powers Meritage

2003 Miner Family Cabernet Sauvignon Oakville

With his apartment move completed Gary returns today with a new episode of WLTV. Today Gary tastes and reviews three red wines. See how these three highly rated wines stack up. Also Gary has a new question for our viewers today.

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QOTD: Lord Of The Rings

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  • Ed R

    Mike P is on the money, let it go.

  • Ed R

    Mike P is on the money, let it go.

  • JMP

    Gary:

    Nice episode. I’ve had wine that WS dissed in the past and have been impressed – and visa versa. Powers sounds like it’s worth a try!

    Favorite movie…haven’t seen any votes for My Cousin Vinnie

  • JMP

    Gary:

    Nice episode. I’ve had wine that WS dissed in the past and have been impressed – and visa versa. Powers sounds like it’s worth a try!

    Favorite movie…haven’t seen any votes for My Cousin Vinnie

  • Mike

    Gary,

    Fav movie…The Boondock Saints with William Dafoe.

  • Mike

    Gary,

    Fav movie…The Boondock Saints with William Dafoe.

  • eugene

    I have many favorite movies:
    Anything, well almost, by Woody Allen,
    James Bond, Austin Powers 1 and many others.
    Sideways is one of them too.

  • eugene

    I have many favorite movies:
    Anything, well almost, by Woody Allen,
    James Bond, Austin Powers 1 and many others.
    Sideways is one of them too.

  • Jaye

    “The Man Who Would Be King”

  • Jaye

    “The Man Who Would Be King”

  • http://orbisfratresorganoleptici.blogspot.com/ ThomasS

    Isn’t the fact that a lot of ‘better’ wines push their price limits the thing that makes me and a lot of wine lovers roll the eyes and go and seek for another bottle? What about all those people that still have them anyway? Bill Gates or just lazy consumers, or only all marketing confident?
    QOTD: LotR: narrative, shooting, GCI, MUSIC, … just almost unpassable, smth I watch with pleasure over and over again. It’s not the best I’ve seen, but surely one I enjoy very much every time again. Bests: The Village, The Pianist, Perfume, Tarkovski’s movies and surely almost all Lynch’s.

  • http://orbisfratresorganoleptici.blogspot.com ThomasS

    Isn’t the fact that a lot of ‘better’ wines push their price limits the thing that makes me and a lot of wine lovers roll the eyes and go and seek for another bottle? What about all those people that still have them anyway? Bill Gates or just lazy consumers, or only all marketing confident?
    QOTD: LotR: narrative, shooting, GCI, MUSIC, … just almost unpassable, smth I watch with pleasure over and over again. It’s not the best I’ve seen, but surely one I enjoy very much every time again. Bests: The Village, The Pianist, Perfume, Tarkovski’s movies and surely almost all Lynch’s.

  • Sam

    Shawshank Redemption or Pulp Fiction… hard to say depends on my mood

  • Sam

    Shawshank Redemption or Pulp Fiction… hard to say depends on my mood

  • WA Ambassador

    My favorite movie… there are so many of them. It depends on the genera, but I think I enjoyed “The Game” a lot. It got you thinking about who was in on everything.

  • WA Ambassador

    My favorite movie… there are so many of them. It depends on the genera, but I think I enjoyed “The Game” a lot. It got you thinking about who was in on everything.

  • jfoobar

    Just going back through old episodes and this one is an easy QOTD for me to answer with little to no thought.

    Amadeus.

  • jfoobar

    Just going back through old episodes and this one is an easy QOTD for me to answer with little to no thought.

    Amadeus.

  • Purple Tooth

    QOTD: Favorite movie: “Moonstruck” or “When Harry Met Sally”.

  • Purple Tooth

    QOTD: Favorite movie: “Moonstruck” or “When Harry Met Sally”.

  • CJRice

    QOTD: I second the recommendation by a previous commenter to watch Seven Samurai. My favorite flick is another Kurosawa film called “No Regrets for our Youth”

  • CJRice

    QOTD: I second the recommendation by a previous commenter to watch Seven Samurai. My favorite flick is another Kurosawa film called “No Regrets for our Youth”

  • Tom A.

    “Blazing Saddles” all the way. Mel Brooks is a genius of parodies.

  • Tom A.

    “Blazing Saddles” all the way. Mel Brooks is a genius of parodies.

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    Endless Summer

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    Endless Summer

  • corkscrew

    Shafer makes some great wines, never had Powers, Miner has been hit or miss. QOTD-The Last of The Mohiegans with Daniel Day Lewis, Field of Dreams, Caddy Shack and now The Hangover. http://www.winelx.com

  • Anonymous

    A little bit all over the place in this episode, I’m getting picky because the general quality of the show is so high.

    Best movie has to be Shawshank Redemption, no doubt.

  • Anonymous

    i Love Shafer Merlot! Sad to see it didn’t show well.

    QOTD favorite movie has to be…. Cool Hand Luke and Rebel without a cause!!! I was named after James Dean

  • Anonymous

    oooooooo Tombstome!!!! I might have to take back my favorites!

  • Anonymous

    QOTD: Lord Of The Rings

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