Dan, Dan, Dan.
Just think what you are missing in this narrow minded approach.
Hey, we all agree that France, whilst producing some of the worlds greatest
wines, also turns out some rubbish, and lots of it.
But, surely, the good ole USA is not much better.
Although both the US and NZ try to do decent Pinot, they have never truly
arrived at where Burgundy is at!
For Gods sake man, think outside or the square.
Have you never indulged in the floral elegance of Mosel?
What about a Rutherglen Muscat or a big, bold brassy Aussie Shiraz?
Or a 6 putt sweetie from Hungary?
So, you really prefer a Ca Sauvignon from a zingy expression from
And please don't tell me that anyone truly replicates Champagne.
Oh! And the US offers a truly great Amarone?
Guess what? I have never had a GV from Austria - but I cannot wait!!! (It
is on my list!!)
Support your local industry - of course - but this is a tiny world.
The worst limits are always self imposed!!!!!
- posted 16 years ago