• Ravenswood's Joel Peterson

    Ravenswood – Decades of producing old vine Zinfandel that reflects the vineyard and not the winemaker’s style. Joel Peterson, Ravenswood’s founder and...


  • A History of Wine

    The history of wine is ancient. Most likely it first appeared in the Middle East, in what is known as the “fertile crescent” at some point after the...


  • What's news on Snooth 10/5/09


  • A dinner with the wines of Burlotto

    I recently had the chance to spend dinner with 4 wines from one of my favorite producers;; Commendatore G.B. Burlotto. Not only does Burlotto produce...


  • Greek Wine A to Z

    The Greek alphabet begins with A and finishes with X. The names of two of the countries greatest red grape varieties also begin with these letters, namely...


  • Pairing food and wine: Roast Chicken and Pinot Noir

    Eric Guido is back this week with a great recipe for Roast Chicken. Long considered the dish to judge a chef by, the simplicity of a Roast Chicken demands...


  • Wine 101: Oak, Part One

    "How do I learn to speak wine?" During all my years immersed in the world of wine, I must admit to hearing this question over and over again. It’s a...


  • First Fruit

    Massican opened Harvest 2009 at Larkmead on Thursday, August 20. On said day, I ventured to Pope Valley to bear witness to Sauvignon Blanc being harvested...


  • The view from Felton Road

    I was glad to have had the chance to spend some time with Felton Road’s winemaker, Blair Walter, this past month. For someone interested in experiencing...


  • Whats news on Snooth 9/28

    Take at look at the latest incarnation of Ceretto, a treatise on pairing green beans and wine, or a great, humurous take on wine tasting and tourism. It's...


  • Taking another Look at Ceretto

    Last week was a bountiful week for this Barolo lover. Not only did I enjoy a great Oddero dinner with friends and Isabella Oddero in attendance, but I was...


  • Wine Tours- of Frogs and Princes

    The question was asked on Snooth forums, “Where is the world’s best wine tour?” It started me thinking on where to begin with that. How to compare the...


  • Le Fooding 2009

    Le Fooding, a benefit event with all proceeds going to Action Against Hunger will be taking place this weekend, September 25 and 26 here in New York. Le...


  • The wines of Monterey

    Just to the south of San Francisco lies one of California’s great undiscovered wine regions: Monterey County. From the Carmel Valley and Monterey which...


  • An Interview With Dominique Demarville - Cellermaster Veuve Clicquot

    Veuve Cliquot is an Iconic brand of Champagne. From the instantly recognizable orange label, many people simply ask for the Champagne with the orange label,...


  • Carlo Russo II

    The simple truth is that California has moved beyond the staples, though they still do them well. Myriad producers have branched out and begun to experiment...


  • Mature California Cabernet 9/2009

    This past Monday night I joined a group of friends for a night of mature California Cabernets served blind. I did an excellent job of guessing none of the...


  • California Pinot Grigio II

    For quite a long time California has pretty much been a two grape state when it came to white wines. Chardonnay, the most popular wine in the US, and...


  • Wine Guerrilla

    Wine Guerilla is specialist operation run by Bruce Patch, who is intent on sourcing great fruit from some of Sonoma’s best vineyard sites to create wines...


  • Spirit Shoppe email

    If you're not familiar with the Spirit Shoppe allow me to make an introduction. I first became aware of this fine store and their wonderful assortment of...


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