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At each Blind Tasting League gathering, using the techniques of the masters, you will learn how to identify the grape, country of origin and more and more as we progress through the wide world of wine. You can pick and choose the classes but the more you come, the more you learn!

October 7th Blind Tasting Results

The Wine: Riff Pinot Grigio, Veneto, Italy 2014

What we tasted: Citrus, pear, apple, floral, department store perfume, Spice, mineral, sour lemon drop, bell pepper and a "touch of remorse"

What we thought: Overall a pretty popular wine! Very floral and interesting for an $11 bottle of wine.

What we Guessed: Old-World Viognier, Something Northern-Italian, Sauvignon Blanc

The Wine: La Perla Viura, Rioja, Spain, 2014

What we Tasted: Tropical/pineapple, Play-Doh, Chalk, "Circus Peanut Marshmallow Candies", Old apples, and Dishwater

What we Thought: "tastes like a Biltmore Wine" (sorry to our friends at Biltmore), "Great nose but disappointing flavor", "finishes like a mouth full of pennies". Sorry to La Perla, this one wasn't a crowd favorite.

What we Guessed: Cheap Pinot Grigio, Gavi di gavi, Chenin Blanc

The Wine: Grayson Zinfandel, California, 2013

What we Tasted: Smoky, pruny, "old oak", Forest floor, "Funky fruit roll-up", Goji Berry, Chocolate, and Raisins

What we Thought: We were divided on this one. Some liked it, "nice finish", and some didn't "Not pleasant", and "Hangover Wine"

What we guessed: Rioja, Tempranillo, Barolo, Zinfandel, and Malbec

The Wine: Paso a Paso Tempranillo, La Mancha, Spain, 2013

What we Tasted: menthol, Spice, Blackberry, Tobacco, Licorice, Earth and Potting Soil

What we Thought: I didn't like it, but many of our crew did, one suggesting it would be a good "Thanksgiving wine". Not bad for a $10.99 wine!

What we guessed: Corvina, Barbera, merlot, and "Cheap Valpolicella"

September 2nd Wine Blind Tasting Results
November 4th Blind Tasting Results

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