Wine Note Wrong Adrs, sorry

Wine Note Wrong Adrs, sorry

Post by Foreca » Mon, 27 May 1996 04:00:00



Our earlier note was under wrong person's message and address, sorry:
"Here's this week's free non-advertising wine note from a recent issue of
The PURSGLOVE Wine & Spirits Review for the Trade: [] []  '91 Points, 3
stars, Silver Medal, Rosette: M.G. Vallejo Pinot Noir 1994.  In a year
your customers have heard most California wineries produced dark, rich,
assertive -- aggressive even -- pinot noir which experienced wine drinkers
could never equate to elegant, graceful red burgundy (pinot noir is the
grape of red burgundy, and our judging standard is burgundy and not the
cherry bubble gum that seems to be a favorite of West Coast judges), M.G.
Vallejo produced this wine which welcomes the luncher with its cheery
light ruby color. Our Wine Industry News panel of retailers and
wholesalers agreed it is straightforward and says  Drink me, don t discuss
me,  and scored it 7 out of 7 on the hedonistic pleasure scale. It
resembles the pleasant light reds of Burgundy s Chalone or Macon; the
Rosette for good quality/price value. Panelists agreed it should sell well
on its low price and word of mouth. Tell customers to  drink it late this
year or early next, although holdover bottles can be moved in good
conscience on through '98." [] [] []  Wine and beverages information  -
FOR INSIDERS -  now for CONSUMERS! For 29 years the inside news the wine,
spirits and restaurant business has relied on for for business advice, as
well as REVIEWS and RATINGS of products - The PURSGLOVE Wine & Spirits
Review For The Trade,  now for outsiders, consumers.  Info:

 
 
 

Wine Note Wrong Adrs, sorry

Post by Foreca » Tue, 28 May 1996 04:00:00


Our earlier note was under wrong person's message and address, sorry:
"Here's this week's free non-advertising wine note from a recent issue of
The PURSGLOVE Wine & Spirits Review for the Trade: [] []  '91 Points, 3
stars, Silver Medal, Rosette: M.G. Vallejo Pinot Noir 1994.  In a year
your customers have heard most California wineries produced dark, rich,
assertive -- aggressive even -- pinot noir which experienced wine drinkers
could never equate to elegant, graceful red burgundy (pinot noir is the
grape of red burgundy, and our judging standard is burgundy and not the
cherry bubble gum that seems to be a favorite of West Coast judges), M.G.
Vallejo produced this wine which welcomes the luncher with its cheery
light ruby color. Our Wine Industry News panel of retailers and
wholesalers agreed it is straightforward and says  Drink me, don t discuss
me,  and scored it 7 out of 7 on the hedonistic pleasure scale. It
resembles the pleasant light reds of Burgundy s Chalone or Macon; the
Rosette for good quality/price value. Panelists agreed it should sell well
on its low price and word of mouth. Tell customers to  drink it late this
year or early next, although holdover botce on through '98." [] [] []
Wine and beverages information  - FOR INSIDERS -  now for CONSUMERS! For
29 years the inside news the wine, spirits and restaurant business has
relied on for for business advice, as well as REVIEWS and RATINGS of
products - The PURSGLOVE Wine & Spirits Review For The Trade,  now for