Monthly Archives: April 2017

FedEx versus UPS…. Hands Down I Choose UPS – James Melendez

UPS … nowadays it is hardly a contest–it is a no brainer. I get a fair number of bottles of wine delivered to my house.  The two main carriers are UPS and Federal Express for wines that I receipt.  Just … Continue reading

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Malbecs Tasted on World Malbec Day 2017 – James Melendez

Here are a few Malbecs I tasted for this years World Malbec Day 2017. Graffigna Centenary Estate Bottle Reserve Malbec 2014 This wine is mineral forward, Waldo blackberry, clove, espresso and Thyme. 14% ABV * ********************************************* Saurus Select Patagonia Malbec … Continue reading

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In San Francisco “Do You Want a Bag” has replaced the Greeting “Hello” – James

San Francisco has has a bag charge ordinance since 2013 and ever since the greetings at any store checkout has never been the same.  I thought well all I have to do was to have a bag ready for the … Continue reading

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Locations F Rosé and Corse Wines – James Melendez

I had the opportunity to taste two more Locations wines – F Rosé 5 and Corse White Wine (Corsica) Vermentino.  I rarely get to taste any wines from Corsica–so I am always thrilled to taste anything from this Mediterranean island.  Below … Continue reading

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