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  • Affinity 金戸です

本日は
新入荷のジン
Tanqueray
SEVILLA
です

ジン好きの知り合いが教えてくれた
タンカレーのオンレジ風味のジンです

オレンジが香るトニック割はいかがでしょうか🍊

ここちゃんありがとう✨
  • Affinity 金戸です

    本日は
    新入荷のジン
    Tanqueray
    SEVILLA
    です

    ジン好きの知り合いが教えてくれた
    タンカレーのオンレジ風味のジンです

    オレンジが香るトニック割はいかがでしょうか🍊

    ここちゃんありがとう✨

  •  32  3  2 hours ago
  •  17  4  3 hours ago
  • Une journée comme une autre.  J'aime le jus de raisin. #jadore le #vinrouge.
  • Une journée comme une autre. J'aime le jus de raisin. #jadore le #vinrouge.

  •  4  0  5 hours ago
  • Brézème é mais um dos vinhos de Eric Texier @brezeme que degustei. Feito com vinhas orgânicas, tem a particularidade de não ser filtrado, o que visualmente deixa o vinho com um aspecto mais opaco. Alguns produtores deixam de filtrar o vinho com o objetivo de dar mais caráter ao mesmo, já que acreditam que a filtração pode remover sabores, aromas e texturas desejadas quando o vinho foi idealizado.

Casta: Syrah
Safra: 2014

Em taça mostrou-se na cor rubi de intensidade média.

Aroma de intensidade média e características que remetem à cereja, groselha, gramínea, pimenta preta, noz moscada e brett leve.

Em boca mostrou alta acidez, tanino médio e corpo médio+. A intensidade e final mostrados foram ambos médios. Mostrou características de fruta vermelha em calda, como cereja, além de chocolate meio amargo.

#rhone #syrah #frenchwine #vinrouge #redwine #vinotinto #vinhotinto #vin #vino #vinho #wein #wine #winelover
#wineoclock #winebottle #winetastings #rhonewine #sundaywine
  • Brézème é mais um dos vinhos de Eric Texier @brezeme que degustei. Feito com vinhas orgânicas, tem a particularidade de não ser filtrado, o que visualmente deixa o vinho com um aspecto mais opaco. Alguns produtores deixam de filtrar o vinho com o objetivo de dar mais caráter ao mesmo, já que acreditam que a filtração pode remover sabores, aromas e texturas desejadas quando o vinho foi idealizado.

    Casta: Syrah
    Safra: 2014

    Em taça mostrou-se na cor rubi de intensidade média.

    Aroma de intensidade média e características que remetem à cereja, groselha, gramínea, pimenta preta, noz moscada e brett leve.

    Em boca mostrou alta acidez, tanino médio e corpo médio+. A intensidade e final mostrados foram ambos médios. Mostrou características de fruta vermelha em calda, como cereja, além de chocolate meio amargo.

    #rhone #syrah #frenchwine #vinrouge #redwine #vinotinto #vinhotinto #vin #vino #vinho #wein #wine #winelover
    #wineoclock #winebottle #winetastings #rhonewine #sundaywine

  •  49  2  8 hours ago
  • WEDDING 💕 Quel vin servir au mariage? Existe-t-il une option qui séduit tout le monde? Puis-je configurer un bar à vin? Venez connaître  les réponses en cliquant sur le lien ci-dessous!

https://vinbox.fr/quel-vin-servir-au-mariage/
  • WEDDING 💕 Quel vin servir au mariage? Existe-t-il une option qui séduit tout le monde? Puis-je configurer un bar à vin? Venez connaître les réponses en cliquant sur le lien ci-dessous!

    https://vinbox.fr/quel-vin-servir-au-mariage/

  •  122  1  8 hours ago
  • On en est à 51mm de pluie aujourd’hui et après une autre journée de travail en cave, le réconfort pour mon ❤️ tranches de boudin noir avec ses pommes et pommes de terres, accompagné du CLOS LA RIVIÈRE rouge 2016, que du bonheur et quand un client de Bayonne vous laisse un message aujourd’hui pour vous dire qu’il se sont régalés autour de votre vin, on sait pourquoi on fait ce métier. www.closlariviere.com  #wine#syrahwine#vinrouge#vigneron#caviste#vino#
  • On en est à 51mm de pluie aujourd’hui et après une autre journée de travail en cave, le réconfort pour mon ❤️ tranches de boudin noir avec ses pommes et pommes de terres, accompagné du CLOS LA RIVIÈRE rouge 2016, que du bonheur et quand un client de Bayonne vous laisse un message aujourd’hui pour vous dire qu’il se sont régalés autour de votre vin, on sait pourquoi on fait ce métier. www.closlariviere.com #wine #syrahwine #vinrouge #vigneron #caviste #vino#

  •  10  0  10 hours ago

Top #vinrouge Posts

  • Let’s play, it’s  Friday😃💃🕺
It call “What you will be doing on the weekend?”
.
Pick the last number of your phone number and tell in comments what you will do:

1️⃣ Wine and Netflix whole weekend
2️⃣ Clean up your place untill every angle sparks joy
3️⃣ Fall in love with a stranger in the bar
4️⃣ Try a cuisine you never tasted before
5️⃣ Take the autumn photoshoot 
6️⃣ Adopt an animal from a shelter 
7️⃣ Go to a family dinner, bring wine 
8️⃣ Visit the main touristy attraction in your city
9️⃣ Sleep like a tipsy baby
0️⃣ Start a YouTube channel 
Or you had more exciting plans?😉
Cheers!🍷🍷🍷
  • Let’s play, it’s Friday😃💃🕺
    It call “What you will be doing on the weekend?”
    .
    Pick the last number of your phone number and tell in comments what you will do:

    1️⃣ Wine and Netflix whole weekend
    2️⃣ Clean up your place untill every angle sparks joy
    3️⃣ Fall in love with a stranger in the bar
    4️⃣ Try a cuisine you never tasted before
    5️⃣ Take the autumn photoshoot
    6️⃣ Adopt an animal from a shelter
    7️⃣ Go to a family dinner, bring wine
    8️⃣ Visit the main touristy attraction in your city
    9️⃣ Sleep like a tipsy baby
    0️⃣ Start a YouTube channel
    Or you had more exciting plans?😉
    Cheers!🍷🍷🍷

  •  515  78  20 September, 2019
  • 🥂 I have had the most corking weekend exploring some of England’s vineyards. I went to @oxneyorganicestate @gusbourne_wine @chapeldown and @hushheath and what surprised me the most is how different they all are. I can’t wait to write it all up on the blog, I was totally spoilt for weather and met some wonderful people. Hope everyone else had a great weekend! What have you been drinking?
  • 🥂 I have had the most corking weekend exploring some of England’s vineyards. I went to @oxneyorganicestate @gusbourne_wine @chapeldown and @hushheath and what surprised me the most is how different they all are. I can’t wait to write it all up on the blog, I was totally spoilt for weather and met some wonderful people. Hope everyone else had a great weekend! What have you been drinking?

  •  661  16  12 hours ago
  • How to complicate your life less?
For me it is to keep things and face expression simple as often as possible😇
.
The other day my friend come over my place with wine. "Do you have a decanter? We need a decanter!" - she was so excited.
"Jeez, what do you have there? Screaming Eagle Cab '92?"
.
Nope, that was a Cabernet 2017 from Sonoma. She wanted to decant it because a guy in the liquor store told her so.
.
Probably that guy meant to aerate the wine before drinking, because: 
a) there is no need to decant young wines;
b) you use a decanter to separate sediments, which develop in wine while it is aging (at least 5-8 years old, but normally 10+ years) 
c) young wine can be perfectly aerated in a glass.
.
Why?
.
Young and wild tannic reds would benefit from waiting in the glass at least 10-15 minutes before drinking. Air will slightly soft tannins, so the feeling in the mouth will be smoother. Especially if you have just wine with no food.
.
 Usually, young wines with kind of sharp tannins, such as Sangiovese, Aglianico Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Bordeaux, etc, can be aerated. But actually, there is no mistake to do this to Pinot Noir, Barbera or any other red. Just don't leave it for too long :)
.
By the way, aerating in the bottle doesn't help much if we talk about a short period of time. Bottle's neck is too small to provide meaningful aeration. .
Somebody can suggest leaving the wine for longer aeration - an hour, or even three hours (Barolos for example). Probably this is the matter of personal taste. I don't mind to drink any wine upon pouring, because I enjoy feisty tannins.
.
What about you?😍🍷
Cheers!
  • How to complicate your life less?
    For me it is to keep things and face expression simple as often as possible😇
    .
    The other day my friend come over my place with wine. "Do you have a decanter? We need a decanter!" - she was so excited.
    "Jeez, what do you have there? Screaming Eagle Cab '92?"
    .
    Nope, that was a Cabernet 2017 from Sonoma. She wanted to decant it because a guy in the liquor store told her so.
    .
    Probably that guy meant to aerate the wine before drinking, because:
    a) there is no need to decant young wines;
    b) you use a decanter to separate sediments, which develop in wine while it is aging (at least 5-8 years old, but normally 10+ years)
    c) young wine can be perfectly aerated in a glass.
    .
    Why?
    .
    Young and wild tannic reds would benefit from waiting in the glass at least 10-15 minutes before drinking. Air will slightly soft tannins, so the feeling in the mouth will be smoother. Especially if you have just wine with no food.
    .
    Usually, young wines with kind of sharp tannins, such as Sangiovese, Aglianico Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Bordeaux, etc, can be aerated. But actually, there is no mistake to do this to Pinot Noir, Barbera or any other red. Just don't leave it for too long :)
    .
    By the way, aerating in the bottle doesn't help much if we talk about a short period of time. Bottle's neck is too small to provide meaningful aeration. .
    Somebody can suggest leaving the wine for longer aeration - an hour, or even three hours (Barolos for example). Probably this is the matter of personal taste. I don't mind to drink any wine upon pouring, because I enjoy feisty tannins.
    .
    What about you?😍🍷
    Cheers!

  •  2,016  104  13 August, 2019
  • Continuing the English wine this week, mostly because I received a postcard from my sister @hfenn saying I could drink the wine she’d left 💃🏼🍷🥂 (this is also her top) while she’s in New Zealand. So what am I grasping this evening? It’s a Solaris wine from @chetvineyard - it’s quite an interesting colour because its clear in the glass but looks vaguely pinky yellow in the bottle. I wasn’t sure what to expect but I was pleasantly surprised. On the nose it’s very pronounced, yeasty and aromatic. It gives hints of gooseberry and that NZ whiff of animal scent - no bad thing. Then it’s got a bit of spritz, almost lively in the mouth. It aims to please and it’s excited, like a happy little dog, I tried it before heading out to supper and although I’ve been in the car for a short while now, I still have the most wonderful taste in my mouth. It’s like having a fresh grapefruit with a generous topping of honey, some almonds sprinkled on top for good measure. I’d certainly have it again and it has added to my increasing curiosity in England wine. The vineyard is on the Suffolk/Norfolk border, the future is exciting 🇬🇧 #madeinengland
  • Continuing the English wine this week, mostly because I received a postcard from my sister @hfenn saying I could drink the wine she’d left 💃🏼🍷🥂 (this is also her top) while she’s in New Zealand. So what am I grasping this evening? It’s a Solaris wine from @chetvineyard - it’s quite an interesting colour because its clear in the glass but looks vaguely pinky yellow in the bottle. I wasn’t sure what to expect but I was pleasantly surprised. On the nose it’s very pronounced, yeasty and aromatic. It gives hints of gooseberry and that NZ whiff of animal scent - no bad thing. Then it’s got a bit of spritz, almost lively in the mouth. It aims to please and it’s excited, like a happy little dog, I tried it before heading out to supper and although I’ve been in the car for a short while now, I still have the most wonderful taste in my mouth. It’s like having a fresh grapefruit with a generous topping of honey, some almonds sprinkled on top for good measure. I’d certainly have it again and it has added to my increasing curiosity in England wine. The vineyard is on the Suffolk/Norfolk border, the future is exciting 🇬🇧 #madeinengland

  •  962  38  19 September, 2019
  • Who likes a good pink fizz? I feel like saying ‘pink fizz’ perhaps takes away from this somewhat serious wine. Champagne Deutz rosé was a special find at @67pall_mall 🥂 I found this fantastic description on @flagshipwines website about the champagne house history: “Deutz is the epitome of understated excellence. Founded in 1838, the Deutz Maison is situated among the vineyards of one of the region’s greatest villages: Aÿ-Champagne. Here grapes are sourced from the finest crus to produce small quantities of exceptional Champagne, always striving for the traditional Deutz style of finesse and balance. This sums up the approach at Deutz, in which style must always be matched by substance.

One of the oldest members of Champagne’s prestigious Grandes Marques houses, Deutz was founded in 1838 through the association of William Deutz and Pierre-Hubert Geldermann. Convinced that a fine vineyard was the cornerstone of great wines, they started buying top quality plots and making wine. It was not long before Deutz had an international reputation, indeed before the two great wars it was the champagne of choice for the British royal family, gracing dinner tables at many royal functions and being the Champagne served to guests at Queen Victoria’s Jubilee in 1887.”
.
.
The rosé is very refreshing, finely balanced and very soft on the palate, perfect on its own. I find champagne the most extraordinary pick me up, it’s magic.
  • Who likes a good pink fizz? I feel like saying ‘pink fizz’ perhaps takes away from this somewhat serious wine. Champagne Deutz rosé was a special find at @67pall_mall 🥂 I found this fantastic description on @flagshipwines website about the champagne house history: “Deutz is the epitome of understated excellence. Founded in 1838, the Deutz Maison is situated among the vineyards of one of the region’s greatest villages: Aÿ-Champagne. Here grapes are sourced from the finest crus to produce small quantities of exceptional Champagne, always striving for the traditional Deutz style of finesse and balance. This sums up the approach at Deutz, in which style must always be matched by substance.

    One of the oldest members of Champagne’s prestigious Grandes Marques houses, Deutz was founded in 1838 through the association of William Deutz and Pierre-Hubert Geldermann. Convinced that a fine vineyard was the cornerstone of great wines, they started buying top quality plots and making wine. It was not long before Deutz had an international reputation, indeed before the two great wars it was the champagne of choice for the British royal family, gracing dinner tables at many royal functions and being the Champagne served to guests at Queen Victoria’s Jubilee in 1887.”
    .
    .
    The rosé is very refreshing, finely balanced and very soft on the palate, perfect on its own. I find champagne the most extraordinary pick me up, it’s magic.

  •  627  23  13 September, 2019