Find Your Voice and Let It Out

So this isn’t so much of an article as a plea. I’ve been wondering what type of people have been reading this blog, seeing as there aren’t a whole lot of comments to gather this information from. Personally, I love learning about new wines and why people like them. So this a plea that you comment on this post and let me know what kinds of wines you like, but more importantly, why. I’ve been tossing around the idea of putting up a top five or ten wines for the week/month kind of thing, but I really want to hear from you readers and direct some of my attention towards your suggestions. There are more wines than you can count, let alone try, in your entire lifetime. With all those options and diversity, it is hard to find some of the smaller, really outstanding wines. Personally, I tend to root for the underdog. I like trying some of the wines that are stuffed in a back corner covered in dust. Sometimes you are disappointed but other times you are thoroughly rewarded. So comment on this post and let me know the wines you like, the reasons, and possibly your preferences when picking a wine. You know, sweet, dry, red, white, complex, simple, etc. Just let me know yo. Even if you don’t consider yourself a big wine drinker, I’d still like to hear your input.

By: Ryan Evans- Wine


4 Responses to “Find Your Voice and Let It Out”

  1. 1 Eric July 26, 2008 at 4:01 pm

    I am usually a fan of dry citrusy whites. I am friends with almost every muscadet I have encountered.

  2. 2 Graham July 28, 2008 at 8:49 am

    I found this blog via Shalini’s blog. Its my first time here and I am enjoying my stay. I must say I am not much of a wine savor-er, but put me on an ocean beach with some Mexican beer, heaven.

  3. 3 Mr. T July 30, 2008 at 2:08 am

    “Just let me know yo.”

    Are the rules of the English language too difficult for you to grasp?

  4. 4 Alvin August 5, 2008 at 10:39 am

    Cab Sauv all day.

    J. Lohr “Seven Oaks” Cabernet Sauvignon. It’s made with grapes from 7 different vineyards. Goes great will “charred” meats like Mongolian beef

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