EP 134 90 Point Wine Tasting and Reviews

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We’re back from the long weekend with a new episode! Today Gary looks at a new batch of 90 point wines. Watch today and see if these wines are worthy of a 90 point rating.

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QOTD: In front of the T.V. or computer……… I need to get a date! Haha!

Tags: 90 points, Barbera D'alba, cabernet, malbec, red wines, sauvignon blanc, Syrah, Video, white wines, wine, wines

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  • cgf

    Is 265 the amount of days since WineLibrary first aired on February 21, 2006?

  • Uncle Josh

    QOD: First in the kitchen while I help prepare dinner. Then in front of my computer entering my tasting notes into CellarTracker. After that at the dinner table or sofa with friends and family.

  • Uncle Josh

    QOD: First in the kitchen while I help prepare dinner. Then in front of my computer entering my tasting notes into CellarTracker. After that at the dinner table or sofa with friends and family.

  • Jaye

    QOD Episode 134 – whenever and wherever possible! :)

    Oh, and thanks for the wine bag coupon — now I can make my holiday gifts extra special!!

  • Jaye

    QOD Episode 134 – whenever and wherever possible! :)

    Oh, and thanks for the wine bag coupon — now I can make my holiday gifts extra special!!

  • Capt M

    Very nicely done again. I felt kind of relieved when I saw you rate the Caro in that manner, in the sense that that’s what I feel, lately, when I try an argentinian wine. Not in the past, but it’s happened to me several times in a row while trying argentinian wines. Not bad wines, but I can clearly sense the alcohol (heat) in them, and my only educated guess is that they’re meant to be saved for a while, rather than drunk right away. I look forward to trying the Garretson and the Oberto Barbera. Again, nicely done, and thanks for the cupon.

  • Capt M

    Very nicely done again. I felt kind of relieved when I saw you rate the Caro in that manner, in the sense that that’s what I feel, lately, when I try an argentinian wine. Not in the past, but it’s happened to me several times in a row while trying argentinian wines. Not bad wines, but I can clearly sense the alcohol (heat) in them, and my only educated guess is that they’re meant to be saved for a while, rather than drunk right away. I look forward to trying the Garretson and the Oberto Barbera. Again, nicely done, and thanks for the cupon.

  • Bear Down

    Gary,

    If the Caro is indeed of the Lafite-Rothchilds then it shouldn’t state Baron Phillipe or Phillipine. It would like say Baron Eric Rothschild. If it says Baron Phillip or Baroness Phillipine then it’s the Mouton-Rothchilds. Correct me if I’m wrong.

  • Bear Down

    Gary,

    If the Caro is indeed of the Lafite-Rothchilds then it shouldn’t state Baron Phillipe or Phillipine. It would like say Baron Eric Rothschild. If it says Baron Phillip or Baroness Phillipine then it’s the Mouton-Rothchilds. Correct me if I’m wrong.

  • johnm

    Like Jaye, I drink wine whenever and wherever available and possible. Mostly at home, a fair amount at weekly local tastings, sometimes in restaurants.

  • johnm

    Like Jaye, I drink wine whenever and wherever available and possible. Mostly at home, a fair amount at weekly local tastings, sometimes in restaurants.

  • JayZee

    QOD: Most of the time, our wine is consumed around the dinner table. Often after dinner, we ened up finishing a bottle in the family room. Certainly, we always have a bottle or two when we go out to eat at a fine dining establishment.

  • JayZee

    QOD: Most of the time, our wine is consumed around the dinner table. Often after dinner, we ened up finishing a bottle in the family room. Certainly, we always have a bottle or two when we go out to eat at a fine dining establishment.

  • Shawn

    Gary, I have had the luxury of drinking the Garretson wine a couple of times. Im a server in a fine dining establishment in Augusta, GA. And the Garretson piqued my interest because I’m a huge Georgia Bulldog fan and a fan of “new world 3.0” wines. The way I described the wine was an explosion of fruit and it lasts 10 min. after drinking it! I’m glad you felt the same way about the wine and I think I’ll have to pick up another bottle after watching this. And by the way, I usually drink wine while at the computer after work.

  • Shawn

    Gary, I have had the luxury of drinking the Garretson wine a couple of times. Im a server in a fine dining establishment in Augusta, GA. And the Garretson piqued my interest because I’m a huge Georgia Bulldog fan and a fan of “new world 3.0” wines. The way I described the wine was an explosion of fruit and it lasts 10 min. after drinking it! I’m glad you felt the same way about the wine and I think I’ll have to pick up another bottle after watching this. And by the way, I usually drink wine while at the computer after work.

  • http://www.napaspa.com/ Jeff

    I just had the 2002 Sequoia Grove Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon in their tasting room on Saterday and thought it was fantastic. I just rewatched this episode and …87 points?!?!?
    I though it was much better than some of the other stuff which I’ve tasted that you’ve given 90+ pts scores. This one really confused me.

  • http://www.napaspa.com Jeff

    I just had the 2002 Sequoia Grove Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon in their tasting room on Saterday and thought it was fantastic. I just rewatched this episode and …87 points?!?!?
    I though it was much better than some of the other stuff which I’ve tasted that you’ve given 90+ pts scores. This one really confused me.

  • Withnail

    QOTD: On the bus and in the park

  • Withnail

    QOTD: On the bus and in the park

  • tcatjo

    Just now going back and watching past episodes. Plan on watching them all eventually! Where do I drink wine? Everywhere I can. Favorite is any porch, anywhere, any time!

  • tcatjo

    Just now going back and watching past episodes. Plan on watching them all eventually! Where do I drink wine? Everywhere I can. Favorite is any porch, anywhere, any time!

  • John__J

    qotd: mostly in the computer room probably.
    Gary, would love to catch you doing a vin jaune episode, or seeing you tackle a charbono tasting one.

  • John J.

    qotd: mostly in the computer room probably.
    Gary, would love to catch you doing a vin jaune episode, or seeing you tackle a charbono tasting one.

  • hinrgman

    sorry – another great episode

  • corkscrew

    Sequoia Grove had good stuff (must of been an off yr), was there a few yrs ago and also visited Garretson which has some interesting blends. QOTD-with dinner, watching TV/DVD, at football tailgates. http://www.winelx.com

  • Anonymous

    QOTD: In front of the T.V. or computer……… I need to get a date! Haha!

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