Thursday, March 3, 2011


"Many dental experts advise against brushing immediately after a serious red-wine tasting, because, they say, the high acidity of the wine renders your teeth sensitive to abrasion. Brush too soon, and you risk damaging the enamel. This theory holds that it's better to endure the purple tooth syndrome for an hour or so (keep your mouth closed if you're embarrassed) until your mouth's natural acid balance returns. Eating a bit of cheese or even simply rinsing your mouth thoroughly with water will help in the meantime."

The darker the wine the more noticeable will the wine be on your teeth.
I recommend Pinot Noir and  BEAUJOLAIS.

Click on the link for my BEAUJOLAIS recommendation.
Bearboat Russian River Pinot Noir (2006)Smooth and flavorful,
At $14.99, a great wine at a great price. 91 points

Acacia Vineyard Carneros Pinot Noir (2007)palate pleasant in every way,
At $23.99 a great wine at still a reasonable price. 90 points

Duckpond cellars Willamette Valley Pinot Noir (2008) light, yet robust, complex, yet approachable,
$18.99 this was a great wine at a great price. 90 points


Elisabeth, if you are interested in a White wine for Little Money I Recommend:
Man Vintners 2009 Chenin Blanc

MAN Vintners 2009 South African Chenin Blanc, 89 points, is refreshing, crisp, clean, with flavors of citrus (Grapefruit) tapering to tropical (Kiwi). For $7.00-$11.00, you can't go wrong trying this wine.
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