Kleykamp in Taiwan --
" Live Long and Prosper "
Here's the best red you can buy in Taiwan, as far
as I know.  It is called Mouton Cadet, a French
cabernet, as mild as I have ever tasted.  This
wine comes from Baron Philippe de Rothchild
and is not cheap.  It goes for about $600 NT but I
think it is worth the price.  It is always right.  The
quality control is incredible.  Apparently, Taiwan's
following the election of the President, and the
choice was right.

This wine is smooth and has absolutely no bitter
aftertaste. It gets better with each glass. I like it
with beef and cheese.

This wine gets the highest rating.  
This is a reasonably good white wine, but it is not
that great for a Sauvignon Blanc. It has a very a
great for a Sauvignon Blanc. It has a very Wente
is a very famous winery.   This wine was light
taste and a wonderfully golden color.  It has light
taste and a wonderfully golden color.  It has a
small bitter after taste.  It is a little bit sour. Wente
is a very famous winery.   This wine was bottled in
1999.  I cannot in all honesty give it that high a
rating, but perhaps you might like it. The price in
Taiwan is above $400 NT. If you have the choice,
go for the Beringer white on the first page of our
wine cellar.
extremely mild cabernet which is real
smooth going down.  Nevertheless, my
wife and I gave it three thumbs up.  Not
real impressive, but you may like it.  It
was a vintage 2000 Cabernet
Sauvignon and was not cheap.  Expect
to pay at least $600 - $700.