• 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...


  • 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...


  • 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...


  • 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...


  • 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...


  • 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...


  • Top Zinfandels from California

    The following are some Zins that I think are standouts at this year's ZAP Annual Zinfandel Festival in San Francisco, January 27-29. With hundreds, if not...


  • 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...


  • Rock-Star Wines

    There’s an old saying that if you want to make $1 million dollars in the winemaking business, it’s easy -- just start with $4 million! That may not be...


  • Wine Trends for 2011 (Part 1)

    Well, it’s that time of the year again. Like clockwork, forecasts for wine trends come about as surely as Thanksgiving Day wine recommendations and...


  • 5 Top Cocktail Trends for 2011

    Energy drinks: More pre-mixed energy beverages -- and by this I mean the return of Four Loko and drinks like it. The ridiculous over-reach by the government...


  • Best Negroamaro Wines for the U.S. Market

    Duca Carlo Guarini, 2007 Piutri Negroamaro, $18, A little too much raw wood on the nose seems to be obscuring nice clay soil tones and dried fruit notes....


  • All About the Contest

    We want to see you celebrating like an Australian! Have you heard how easy it is to enter Snooth’s Australian Vacation Giveaway in just three steps? 1....


  • Negroamaro - January 2011

    Last week, I talked a little about the Puglian wine scene and my thoughts on the matter. The response I received was interesting to say the least. In fact, I...


  • Doing Less

    By chance last night I found a fortune cookie, and when I cracked it open, the slip inside held the phrase "do less, not more." I've been thinking about...


  • What We've Been Reading

    On the Wine Trail in Italy: When Alfonso Cevola says he is on the wine trail, he's not talking just talking local but across the two countries he calls home:...


  • American Rums

    So, first on my list of domestic rums worth the search would be Ragged Mountain Rum from Berkshire Mountain Distillers, located in Great Barrington, MA, an...


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