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Vegas Wineaux

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Hi! I'm the Vegas Wineaux and love to write about my experiences with wine, food, Wine Country, and (fabulous) Las Vegas! Click on any of the Social Icons to follow and see what I'm up to!

Terminal Wine

But, as you can probably guess, after a weekend with the grandkids where I did not drink much, I looked forward to having this at home with my feet up and the TV going. Perfect.
Betony Faustin, Abbey Creek

The Color of Wine – 2016

Don't get me wrong; my day-to-day interactions with folks in the wine trade have been terrific and I *feel* the respect once we get started talking about/tasting/studying wine. They know I know my shit and that I'm open to learning when I don't.
When the wine does not have the characteristics that you have come to expect from that varietal then there truly is a Great Disturbance in the Force.
Charles Dickens A Christmas Carolvideo

Happy Holidays!

Have a very Happy Christmahanakwanzika and Festivus for the rest of us!
You know those movies that have the slow-motion scenes when something horrible is about to happen?

A Toast to Cork!

Every time I find a video about cork, I will post it. This was a news report from last year, and somehow I missed it!
2012 Vigneau-Chevreau Vouvray

2012 Vigneau-Chevreau Vouvray

Because I'm a lunatic, I've decided to pursue several wine certifications. Why? Because I want to know as much as possible and share what I know with those who care to learn. What that means is that I have...
The bikes were awesome although I admit to being a motorcycle coward.
Besides, once more people know about it, it'll be harder for me to get into the really great dinners. Less for me.
I feel the environmental impact of the cork industry cannot be underestimated.
I suddenly felt the way you feel when you have that dream where you aren't wearing any clothes and everybody looks at you like you're crazy? That feeling.
Kudos to the winemaker for such a deft touch and avoiding the buttery overoaked character so often seen in Chardonnays developed in new oak.