• 5 Top New Zealand Chardonnays

    New Zealand is well known as a producer of world-class Sauvignon Blanc, and the Pinot Noirs from regions such as Martinborough and Central Otago have claimed...


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    It’s ironic that New Zealand’s fame has been built on the back of Sauvignon Blanc. In the wine world, Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon tend to be...


  • 10 Boozy Ways to Stay Warm

    By Marcia Simmons. This article originally appeared at Drink of the Week. I don't know where you are, but where I am it's damn cold! I dedicate this list of...


  • New Zealand Wine Regions

    Marlborough and the Wairau Valley are home to the famed New Zealand style and, in many ways, the modern New Zealand wine industry itself. These regions are...


  • New Zealand: The Discovery of Fine Wine

    New Zealand has established itself as a wine-producing region, yet in too many people’s eyes is viewed as a one-trick pony. The incredible success of New...


  • Top Stemware Tips

    Choosing glassware for your home can be a daunting task. There are so many types of glasses, shapes, sizes and just as many companies making them. It’s...


  • Chinese New Year Wine Pairings

    The Chinese are discovering wine. And just in time. We’ve always had a love affair with Chinese food here in NYC; after all, who else delivers at 3 in the...


  • What We've Been Reading

    Inspector Grape: It will be a crime if you miss out on the treasure trove of videos at this impressively designed wine and food pairing site. Watch the...


  • The Auction Market for Wines

    For our e-mail newsletter today, we invited Dini Rao to share some tips about the auction market for wines. Dini is Vice President of Procurement for Lot18,...


  • Who'd You Rather...

    We tend to associate entertainers with excess. The booze-fueled bashes, the flamboyant riders on their contracts making sure everyone gets their brown M&Ms,...


  • Great Sonoma Zinfandels at ZAP Festival 2011

    For the past two weeks, I've run through many of the wines that will be featured at this week's ZAP Zinfandal Festival, which starts today and runs to...


  • ZAP Zins: Dry Creek Valley

    For several reasons, the Dry Creek Valley really is ground-zero for the finest Zin production. Not only are there a disproportionate number of ancient...


  • St. Clement's Classic Cabernets

    Buy this great 2-pack today, hand-selected by winemaker Danielle Cyrot with Connoisseur pricing available to Snooth members for two days only. Normally...


  • Celebrating Australian Wines

    Why would you celebrate Australia Day? Well, for starters, it’s today, and if you’re quick you can still enter into our Australian Vacation Giveaway to...


  • Wine Trends for 2011: Part 2

    Earlier this month in "Wine Trends for 2011 (Part 1)", I set out to illustrate some of the less believable wine forecasts for 2011. For better or worse, I...


  • 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,...


  • 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...


  • 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...


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