help- what is tear-ing? - Printable Version
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- katbret - 04-05-2001 02:40 PM
While dining in a fabulous B&B last month in a small town just south of Macon, GA. I sampled 2 fine Merlots- a Shafer & a Sterling. We were dining with a large party & the waiter suggested we try a Cab that was bodied similar to that of a Merlot. (I do not remember the name - I was not that impressed with the flavor.)Someone else commented that they could tell it was a CAB by the way the wine "tiered" - "teared" sp?
I did not wish to show my ignorance & simply agreed with a nod & sipped the new vino silently. PLEASE HELP- WHAT was he describing - how can you immediately tell a Merlot from a Cabernet- simply by looking?
I would think flavor & smell would HAVE to factor in as well?!
- Innkeeper - 04-05-2001 05:28 PM
Hi Katsy, and welcome to the Wine Board. Our resident expert accidentally answered your question below. He is right on as mostly usual.
- mrdutton - 04-05-2001 09:13 PM
IK, below? Below what? There ain't nothing below your post other than this one asking the question!
- mrdutton - 04-05-2001 09:20 PM
Well it was above, IK, by the time I logged onto the system...............
But I found it anyway. THANKS.
- Innkeeper - 04-06-2001 05:24 AM
What is below becomes above when someone after makes it so.
- cpurvis - 04-06-2001 10:35 AM
IK, those kinda' words 'll leave WW's head spinnin' fer the rest of his StupidSabbatical cp
- winoweenie - 04-06-2001 10:43 AM
I've been told to go below from above many of the times I've been outside but not cold. I really think about thinking above the bottom most of the werewithall that has been outlined. WW
- mrdutton - 04-06-2001 04:16 PM
Now I'm tearing.
- Drew - 04-06-2001 05:31 PM
Tearing hell......I'm crying!
- winecollector - 04-06-2001 06:42 PM
yea, laughing hysterically!!!