It's official now: I'm not so pricey, I'm selling it for less than that!Yossie Horwitz wrote:My TN:Ramot Naftaly, Petit Verdot, 2009: (...) Suggested retail is 120 NIS.
Gabriel Geller wrote: I actually meant "chewy" rather than "chunky" and have thus corrected that now.
Gabriel Geller wrote:Hi Daniel, in my book chunky means more that the tannins lack focus, unbalanced and are overwhelming, disturbing the overall tasting experience. It may calm down with time but it is true that most of the time it's not a good sign. However chewy means to me strong tannins that you can literally feel on your teeth but not in a too overwhelming way, without shadowing the flavor profile of the wine and even adding interest to the wine. It's the case also with the Segal Rechasim Argaman '08, that characteristic grabs your attention there too without taking over the whole drinking/tasting experience. Actually Rogov z.l. discussed the topic and I mostly agree with his description that you may find here: viewtopic.php?f=29&t=27933
David Raccah wrote:The link is fine - but here it is again in a click-able format
Daniel Kovnat wrote: Anyone know of where I might find "Wine Tasting Workshops?"
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