About

Hey there!  I am a guy who enjoys wines – all kinds of wines.  Of course, since I live life on a budget, most of the wines I get to drink are among the less expensive ones.  That doesn’t mean they aren’t good.  Quite the contrary!  …  Well, most of the time.  Ha!

Here at this blog, Oenophilogical, I’ll be recording my journey through the wines of my life.  With each new wine that crosses my path and my palate,  I’ll share my thoughts and tasting notes.  Perhaps you’ll find these posts of interest, entertaining – even helpful.  I hope so.  Visit often if you can.

One thing you won’t find here is a point-based rating system.  There are plenty of folks who do that quite well already.   You also won’t find me telling you which wines to buy.  My goal is to share information and let you decide what suits you.  After all, we don’t all have the same preferences where taste is concerned.  I will share my opinions here and there.  I may even compare wines.  But, in the end, I hope what you find here at Oenophilogical is a fun exploration into the many faceted world of wines – especially those that are easy on the wallet.

Here’s wishing you “many good wines.”

Important:  I am not a professional sommelier or wine connoisseur.  I do have taste buds, however, and know what I like.  You should not consider my thoughts recorded here to be an endorsement or diminution of any particular wine.  Because likes and dislikes, tastes and flavors can be such a personal affair, you should always judge for yourself.

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7 thoughts on “About

  1. Thanks for stopping by my little blog. It’s always great to find other bloggers out there with similar approach to wine — i.e. expensive wine is no synonym for good wine. All the best,

    Darryl

  2. Good effort, but you missed the best wine at Trader Joe’s in my (professional) opinion: Michel Leon Gewurztraminer from Alsace. Some may find it too sweet but you can cut the sweetness considerably by chilling it severely or, better, serving it with an Asian seafood dish.

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