• Pairing Wines with Concha y Toro I

    As many of you know, late last year Snooth was fortunate enough to be able to organize a wine pairing evening with Concha y Toro’s winemaker Marcelo Papa.


  • The Mondavi Story Part 1

    The Name Mondavi has been synonymous with Great Napa Valley wines for generations. Through the years the Mondavi family had been at the forefront of...


  • Following up with Teroldego

    Teroldego the grape is almost exclusively produced in Trentino’s Campo Rotaliano. There are a few examples coming from he Veneto, and experiments with the...


  • Bordeaux for Valentines

    Valentine’s day is coming up, and your thoughts should already have turned to that special meal. From foie gras to oysters, and for almost everything...


  • 1991 California Cabernet Retrosepctive tasting

    While I remain enamored with the great wines of California’s past I am on the fence in regards to what can be called their more modern style first embraced...


  • Buy Trabucchi at Chambers St

    If you even think you might like Amarone you must try the 2002 Trabucchi Amarone. Not only does this wine defy your Amarone stereotypes, but it does so at...


  • Rioja is on the move

    Rioja is Spain’s iconic wine. The flavors of Tempranillo are like an old friend to me, as they are to so many people. It’s difficult to find a wine that...


  • What's new on Snooth

    So much happens here at Snooth each week that it's easy not to notice some of the newest developments. Just last week, for example, we conducted our second...


  • World Class Dining in St. Martin

    It’s time to wrap up my wining and dining report on St. Martin and I want to leave you with some of the very best restaurants in Grand Case, and then some....


  • Two Hands Virtual Tasting Reminder

    We are very excited to be able to bring Michael to you, and we are looking forward to learning all about his wines as we taste along with him. Michael will...


  • Wet auctions and Two Hands

    We are thrilled to have a first hand report on the 2008 German vintage from our friend Justin Christoph. Justin's report on the Wet auctions, where the...


  • Shopping on St. Martin and dining in Marigot

    I left off last week saving money at the Lolos and gelato stall in Grand Case with the intention of splurging on a bottle or two of wine, always a good...


  • Tasting the wines of Montevertine

    During my recent visit to Tuscany I had a few properties that I was unable to coordinate a visit with. Among these I was most disappointed in missing the...


  • L'Aventure

    It may strike people as odd that someone who studied in Bordeaux, produced wine for his family’s estate there, and consulted for several other Bordelaise...


  • Fast and furious - the Peloponnese

    There is one winemaking area in Greece, where tremendous financial investment has been undertaken in recent times: the northern part of the Peloponnese....


  • Welcome to St. Martin

    Another New Years, another visit to St. Martin FWI, things could certainly be worse! I am lucky to have been going down to St Martin for more than a decade...


  • Domaine de Montille

    The Domaine de Montille is one of those wineries whose wines tend to polarize people. Their wines make no concessions to the immediately drinkable, lush, and...


  • GDP Wines of the Year 2009

    Gregory Dal Piaz lists some of his favorite wines from 2009. Now that a new year is upon us, it’s time to reflect a bit on the wines tasted, and enjoyed,...


  • Two Hands Virtual Tasting

    We are very excited to be bringing Michael Twelftree to you live, for a worldwide virtual tasting Tuesday January 19th. In case you are not familiar with...


  • What to do in 2010

    So it’s time to talk about New Year resolutions. I’m not one who puts much stock in them but sometimes sharing your promises to yourself can be a great...


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