• Shiraz vs Syrah... An identity crisis?

    Shiraz is the Bruce Wayne of the wine world, thereby making Syrah…Batman.  Cutting to the chase, Shiraz generally, is a straightforward, bright, vibrant...


  • Complimentary Cool

    For this week's Wine and Music post, we continue to explore the pairing potential of Willamette Valley, Oregon with a 2006 Pinot Noir accompanied by a silky...


  • Rethinking Bordeaux

    For you business school types, wine geeks, Bordeaux aficionados and value seekers, the good people at Cornell University's School of Hotel Administration...


  • Robert Parker Goes Under the Feiring Squad

    It's hard to read the title of Alice Feiring's new book without construing the work as a well-aimed character assassination on the world's most prolific wine...


  • Blind Tasting

    Blind TastingEarly on I had blogged about the responsibility of wine knowledge and how people rely on you for recommendations. I have found out the one...


  • Unoaked Dub

    For today's Wine and Music pairing I chose a refreshing 2006 California Chardonnay and a flavorful Dub album which was released in 2007. The wine is...


  • The Omnibibers' Dilemma

    I have prematurely become an old man in at least one respect, I yell at mass media devices when I am angry or upset. I haven't crossed the line to where I am...


  • Food Pairing 101

    I've said before that I'm a firm believer in drinking whatever one's heart desires; the rules can bend or break no matter the occasion, weather, or meal....


  • A Postcard from Sicily

    The Sicilians say, that Sicily is a great place to live but a terrible place to work. The have the sun, the sea, the wine and the women, but they don't have...


  • Wine and the economy

    This past Sunday I was at Loxton Cellars working at the tasting bar as I usually do.  It was the Sunday of the Memorial Day weekend.  Typically the Sunday...


  • Monterey Pinot Noir

    Monterey Pinot NoirHands up if you've had a wine from Monterey.Of the 850 wines that I've rated on Snooth, I've had around 15 from there. Pretty poor...


  • Music and Wine

    The concept of pairing wine and music has been gaining in popularity especially as a result of two recent news items. A paper published by Heriot Watt...


  • London Calling

    Trade fairs, no matter the trade, are a Darwinian exercise in survival of the fittest; specifically survival of the flashiest. I am often reminded of Bourbon...


  • Chocolate and Wine?

    While its rumored that the gods (Zeus in particular) devoured chocolate and wine every hour, on the hour, I've never been a huge fan of the combo. In fact,...


  • Summer Time Reds 101

    It seems with the turn in the weather, a lot of people are up in arms about what they “should” be drinking. Lately, a lot of my customers have been...


  • Art and Music and Wine

    Last week in the Snooth forums, Philip linked to a BBC news article that reported on a recent University study that claims background music has an impact on...


  • $18,518.52 per bottle

    A couple of weeks back I wrote in my What I've Learned post that, “consumers will always be price sensitive, but the goal is to create a conversation,...


  • Birthday Bash Wines

    To celebrate my husband's most recent birthday, we invited my cousin and her man over to our place for exuberant bash for four. And by exuberant I mean that...


  • Say goodbye to Tocai

    In April 2008 the name of an important Italian wine denomination will cease to exist: Tocai (pronounced: To-kah-ee) was part of a long tradition and wine...


  • I put a spell on you, baby

    I am sitting here with a glass of Sangiovese di Romagna – Fattorri Zerbina's Torre di Ceparano to be exact, more on that in a second – listening to Nina...


prev 1 ...  167 168 169 170 171 next

Search Articles


Best Wine Deals

See More Deals





Snooth Media Network