• Zonin Virtual Tasting

    Join us live and on the air on Wednesday, February 2, as Francesco Zonin (of Italy's Zonin Winery) and Snooth's Editor-in-Chief Gregory Dal Piaz taste some...


  • Wintering in the Islays

    Strange that the things that we love about a season tend to be those things curative to the season itself. Summer people extoll all things refreshing,...


  • The Puglian Job, Part III

    I’ve been on a bit of a tear since returning from the Radici Wine experience in Puglia in November. I had so many wines while there that, in truth, it was...


  • Vino2011

    On Tuesday, January 25, you can catch me and an esteemed panel of colleagues discussing social media in the 21st century, specifically as it pertains to the...


  • 7 Great Primitivos

    Duca Carlo Guarini 2007 Vigne Vecchie Primitivo, $20: Nice and fresh on the nose with perfumed notes of violets and plums. Lovely entry with a gentle edge of...


  • What We've Been Reading

    Today I want to point out a pair of blogs from a pair of friends. I hope you share these blogs with your friends, since both of these folks deserve wider...


  • Sneak Preview: Sonoma Zinfandels at ZAP Festival 2011

    Last week, we went through some of the non-Sonoma County Zinfandels that will be featured at the upcoming ZAP (Zinfandel Advocates & Producers) annual grand...


  • 6 Ways to Upgrade Your Bar

    It’s not your fault, you tried very hard: armfuls of Charles Shaw, a case of Cava from World Market, a few bottles of the Captain for your party’s...


  • 6 Wines Everyone Should Recognize

    Marketers say to shop with our eyes, and we do, but more importantly by creating iconic images, designers and consultants not only earn a nice fee but...


  • 5 More Popular Wine Questions

    It seems like popular wine questions are an endless resource! Though the truth is that shouldn't be a surprise. Wine is about as complex as you want to make...


  • 5 New Bitters for Your Bar

    Last week in "5 Top Cocktail Trends for 2011," I mentioned that the latest wave of innovative bitters was poised to gain real traction in 2011. Several...


  • The Puglian Job, Part II

    Today, in addition to continuing my discussion about the state of the Puglian wine industry, I’ll also be taking a look at some of the perennial...


  • Aglianico - January 2011

    While this article is putatively about Aglianico, I find myself in the unfortunate spot of having tried many Aglianicos, only to find them not available in...


  • Slowly Seductive

    2004 Juslyn Vineyard Perry's Blend


  • What We've Been Reading

    It’s been a busy week here at Snooth, so we haven’t had a ton of time to go looking around the blogosphere, though that only means we have a single...


  • Wine of the Week: 1/14/11

    I had the pleasure of sitting down with Tim Perr this week to taste through some of the Pali Wine Co.’s latest releases. Chatting with Tim, we lit upon the...


  • January in Sonoma

    Slow time in Sonoma is sometimes the best time to visit. If you want to beat the crowds and feel like you’re on a private tour of Sonoma there is no better...


  • Fernet For Life

    There's a fairy tale quality to fernet -- we're talking Brothers Grimm, not Walt Disney. Alone in a glass, the cola-brown bitter conjures the woods and...


  • A Sneak Peek at ZAP Festival Zinfandels

    Zinfandel is an American treasure. There are great old-vine vineyards around the globe that range from Nero d’Avola in Italy to Grenache in Spain and...


  • Sonoma: Events in January

    January is filled with great Sonoma events, and great chances to meet with some of your favorite winemakers as they share their unique insights about the...


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