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  • As to the general spoofulation of pinot noir, what can you say?

    French winemakers found guilty in pinot noir fraud | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • I am not a big fan of what have become known as spoofulated wines--although you should read Craig Camp's thoughtful piece about spoofulation before you decide for yourself.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • The Killer Juice crowd loves its cabernet, especially the big ol 'American kind, while the Terroiristas see it as emblematic of spoofulation and therefore many of them hate cabernet and Bordeaux, its motherland.

    The Pour


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  • Spoofulation is a perjorative term used in wine geek circles to denote wines made with too much polish and manipulation. Usually in contrast with natural or unmanipulated winemaking.

    "Wow, was that Grace Family Cabernet spoofulated, or what?"

    Sometimes shortened to "spoofed."

    September 21, 2009