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THIRTY WINES IN SEVENTY-FIVE MINUTES: WELCOME TO ARGENTINA


I had the pleasure of attending a demanding but highly informative tasting at the 3 West Club, NYC on October 1, 2013 covering a large number of Argentine wines, with a format I had not experienced before. It was the brainchild of Evan Goldstein (Full Circle Wine Solutions), who referred to it as “speed dating for wines.”

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Not at all like a honor appear, Evan really coordinated the reps, giving a 10 second cautioning before closing them down. Do my Coursework Online . Since certainty/tech sheets were in the gifts for each of the wines, the moderators were advised to let us know "something not on the tech sheets," since time was valuable, and we could all apparently read.
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Stephen, As a wine professional, this was a normal tasting amount, though it was at a very quick pace. I attend many such events,where over a period of a few hours I taste (not drink) upwards of 40 wines. Spitting is essential, and a skill worth learning to do with some elegance. If you are near any major city, there are sure to be opportunities to taste, though not as extensive as here in NYC.

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Wow you are now experienced wine tester! 30 wines in 75 minutes, that is a lot! Did you feel yourself good after that? wow..why in my town ther are no such tasting events. I will have to write my paper for me on my blog to encourage such events.
Stephen, As a wine professional, this was a normal tasting amount, though it was at a very quick pace. I attend many such events,where over a period of a few hours I taste (not drink) upwards of 40 wines. Spitting is essential, and a skill worth learning to do with some elegance. If you are near any major city, there are sure to be opportunities to taste, though not as extensive as here in NYC. — eatwine@verizon.net

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That is an outstanding review of the day, Bernard, and I must say, I concur wholeheartedly! In comparing my notes to yours, I found my preferred Torrontes to also be the Alta Vista Premium 2012 ($19.99/btl. NY SRP). Its elegant-yet-deceptively austere attack opened into a complex floral bouquet in the well-balanced middle; the finish was long and full. A bit pricier than the "average" Torrontes, it's a winner in my book and well worth the extra bucks. "Average" it is not. The Pascual Toso Reserva Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 was excellent and the price ($18.99/btl. NY SRP) was on point. I put a big star next to that one on my tasting notes. I am recommending it, along with several others, to Frank. Among them is the Luigi Bosca De Sangre 2010 ($28.00/btl. NY SRP), a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah. Full, rich, round and well balanced, it was excellent. It compared very well to one of my personal favorites, the Achaval Ferrer Quimera 2011, a Malbec-dominant, Bordeaux-type blend ($37.99/btl. NY SRP), which I found to be elegant but restrained, requiring time to integrate. At about $10 less per bottle on the shelf, and more approachable now, the Luigi Bosca has a competitive edge over the Quimera. Kudos (and many thanks) to Evan Goldstein for a flawless presentation. I'll go "speed dating" with his wines any time I can! Cheers. Terence

Terence Michael Gibbs