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from what i understand langhe bianco can use a lot of different varietals. i had a langhe bianco from vajra that was made of riesling. i think arneis and vermentino (its called something else there tho. i forget what) are the more traditional grapes



2011 thibault liger-belair bourgogne. I think les grand chaillots is to indicate its a lieu dit but not too sure. thicker and richer than i like in burgundy and its 13% but its quite nice. i think i paid $25. has a little bit of that old oak taste and some nice minty eucalyptus violet secondary flavors





tried a canned wine for the first time. have to say it was actually not bad and it was $8 for the can (375 mL) (look like only $12 for the bottle). that fruity west coast pinot flavor and the color was very pretty. doesn't specify a vintage and i feel like they buy grapes maybe even the wine and just bottle/can it. i don't think they use oak at all. i loled at #pinkiesdown
Edited by indesertum - 7/28/14 at 5:04pm
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This was alive and well last night.

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