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- Guest - 10-23-2006 09:50 PM
I am allergic to oak, therefore cannot drink wines aged in oak. I've found quite a few nice whites to drink but would love to also try some reds if possible. I've been googling with no success. Any suggestions?
- Innkeeper - 10-24-2006 06:00 AM
Hi Nkrtwx, and welcome to the Wine Board. Wow! I've heard of people who have an aversion to oak but never before one who was allergic to it. In less than a month the '06 Beaujolais Nouveau will be out. It has no oak. Most what I call plain ole Beaujolais (just the name, no Villages or Nouveau following) is pretty clean too. Even Beaujolais villages will have either none or just a modicum. That's a start for you.