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Sulfates

Please recommend a white wine without sulfates.

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Covid 19

In what ways has Covid 19 changed the wine industry? Or has it made any impact at all? Or has it only affected some sectors? Please comment on where you see the most impact from farm to table ie, field practices, winery practices, imports, exports, marketing, wine education, on-site sales and off-site sales, private and public tastings, conventions, employment and/or career opportunities, auction activity. Will there be a “new normal” or a “back to normal.”

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Best Place To Sell A Wine Cellar

Hi, I have a nice wine cellar purchased from Wine Enthusiast several years ago that I’m looking to sell and am trying to find the best site to list it on. Any suggestions would be very much appreciated! Thanks, John

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Wines Low In Sugar

I want to drink cabernet but one that is lowest in sugar. What red wines are low in sugar content? Any help would be appreciated. John

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Wine & Pairing

What is a good light red wine that will pair well with fall squash soups? I.e. butternut or pumpkin squash soups.

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Sulfides In Wine

Any suggestions for someone who loves wine has issues with headaches due to the sulfides added. Is there something that can be taken to counteract them so as to be able to have some?

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Vino Verde

What are the three best vino verdes from Portugal that are available in the US? We are partial to Casal Garcia (by Avelada) , but the Portuguese seem to think it is a low grade wine.

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Looking For Some Low Alcohol Wines And Low Sulfate

Looking for some low alcohol wines and low sulfate winds

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What Is Moscato

I know nothing about wine. My Niece likes moscato rose semi sweet red wine, what is a good brand in this type of wine? Thanks, Jerry

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Chardonnay Problems

I’ve read your response to the question about an allergy to Chardonnay. While your answer regarding conditioning reflex or consumption might fit other peoples situation, it is not mine. It takes only 1-2 sips to give me a headache and feeling unwell. This happens even when I don’t know that I’m drinking a Chardonnay and, in a couple of cases, when someone’s lied about what they’re serving to test the theory that my preconception was the problem. It is not a problem with oak as I regularly drink other whites and reds with no headache. I also cannot drink any sweet wines but I don’t think Chardonnay shares the same sugar levels This is a mystery I’ve not been able to solve over the years even talking with Chardonnay wine makers. I’d love to know what it is that makes them undrinkable. Thank you

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