Reply to "leting the wine breathe?"

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Originally posted by Juan C. Calabria G.:
sancho, i didn't taste the mendoza tempranillo, in fact the only variety that i taste from argentina is torrontes witch i like, thanks to Mr. Chavéz we have problem with importation almost all the wines that i drink are from chile, and on top of that i find a lot of wine with dry corks because of bad transpotation or on the store don't know how to manipulate the bottles, in Venezuela the wine culture is low, almost everybody drinks beer, scotch and rum.

Notawinebrat, not everybody thinks like Chavéz in Venezuela, in fact there are a big percentage of the population that are against his though.

i'll try some experiments with cabernet, i going to pour some in three glasses and drink one without swirl, then swirl the second and let breath a half an hour the third, to start to know the differences.


JCCG, I also had a Zolo Torrontes 2007 -- crisp, dry, pear flavor, and easy drinking (refreshing). Salud!
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