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    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:...


  • Wines from Puglia, Italy

    On a recent trip to Puglia, Italy, I was fortunate to taste through the wines of tens of producers. There was the usual range of styles -- modern to...


  • 3 Top Puglian Wines in the U.S. Market

    On my recent trip to Puglia, I found the wines made with the Nero di Troia (aka Uva di Troia) grape were the most interesting and appealing wines for my...


  • Rum Time

    Life sometimes throws you a curveball. What’s the saying? When life hands you lemons, make lemonade. Well, I need something a bit stronger. You see, I had...


  • 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...


  • 5 More Frequently Asked Wine Questions

    After my earlier article reviewing 10 common wine questions, I received a ton of e-mails asking several follow-up questions. Some were a little too silly to...


  • Answers to Your Wine Questions

    (Full page) After my earlier article reviewing 10 common wine questions, I received a ton of e-mails asking several follow-up questions. Some were a little...


  • Meritage and California Blends

    (Full page) While much of California’s fame is due to varietal wine, or at least wines that are labeled with a single varietal, there has always been a...


  • Meritage and Funky Blends

    While much of California’s fame is due to varietal wine, or at least wines that are labeled with a single varietal, there has always been a strong...


  • In Praise of Un-Scotch

    Suntory founder Shinjiro Torii was already something of a spirits globalist by 1923 -- he’d been importing Western wines and liquors for nearly a quarter...


  • The Year in Pictures

    All of Snooth's e-mails have images attached to them, some many more than one, as some have been quick to point out. Even with so many images it's not always...


  • Hangover Helper

    OK, so we’re here to give you some hangover helper advice. To be clear we hope to help you. And your hangover? Not so much. Some of these may work to help...


  • A Happy New Year to All

    Another year has come to a close and it has been an exceptionally exciting, busy, and productive one here at Snooth Media. We would all like to thank you,...


  • Drinkers Say the Darndest Things

    Last month, we gave you 20 bons mots celebrating drinking for you to drop at holiday parties. With New Year's Eve upon us -- the biggest, last party of the...


  • How to Read a Sparkling Wine Label

    (Full page) When buying sparkling wine you’ll find that there’s more to know than simply the type of brand of wine. Whether you’re looking for Cava, or...


  • Learning the Lingo of Sparkling Wine

    When buying sparkling wine you’ll find that there’s more to know than simply the type of brand of wine. Whether you’re looking for Cava, or Champagne,...


  • U.S. and Spanish Sparkling Wine

    Cava from Spain is an inexpensive sparkling wine made in a fresh style. The grapes used in Cava are typically Xarello, Macabeo and Parellada (instead of the...


  • Festive Flutes

    It’s that time of the year to break out the bubbly and let the corks fly. While most sparkling wines are traditionally sipped straight, a splash of bubbly...


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