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NOVEMBER 19, 2012 [Palomino] AOC Swartland?
For example, for the wine he poured me, Sadie harvested the palomino and clairette at 11% alcohol. Callie Louw and Adi Badenhorst at Cape Wine 2012.
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MAY 11, 2012 [Palomino] Sapidity
Palomino is the dominant grape grown in Jerez, Sanlúcar de Barrameda, and El Puerto de Santa Maria. I don't know, but I doubt that these grapes are low acid grapes like Palomino. You know how when you're drinking a good Sherry, how one of the things that's so good about it is that strong streak of acidity that runs right down the spine of the wine? I've always appreciated that about Sherry, particularly Finos and Manzanillas, the bright acidity that enlivens the oxidized wine.
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SEPTEMBER 3, 2010 [Palomino] The Flor - Amontillado Continuum
This is made from Palomino grapes grown in the upper portion of the great Marchenudo vineyard. In the past week I had the opportunity to drink several Amontillado Sherries. That's because I've been hanging out with Peter Liem and he likes to drink Sherry a lot.
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JUNE 8, 2009 [Palomino] 249 bottles of wine on the wall
Pennyweight Woody’s Amontillado Palomino, Beechworth. I’m back from the fantastic Landmark Australia Tutorial. Above is a picture of (some of) the wines opened during the tremendous five days. Yes, it’s 249 bottles of wine on the wall! Over the next few days and weeks, I’ll be posting on and off some of highlights of the conference/event, sharing my new found knowledge. Really, I could post about each and every session since they were all so interesting and informative.