• Levi Dalton Sits Down with Daniel Johnnes

    New York City is a particularly sommelier-rich city, and if you were to trace the lineage of the modern sommelier, you would find one common ancestor: Daniel...


  • Skinnygirl to Begin Selling Wine in March

    Weight-conscious wine drinkers, rejoice! Skinnygirl, known for its low-calorie, pre-made margarita, will enter the wine market next month, according to Wine...


  • All About Champagne

    ‘Tis the season and everyone is scrambling for Champagne. Do you remember what you bought last year? Did you even like it? If you can’t answer that...


  • An Interview with Dan Goldfield

    Dutton Goldfield is a well-known and well-respected partnership between long time Winemaker Dan Goldfield and long time grape farmers, the Dutton family. If...


  • What We've Been Reading

    I have sweet memories of the European Wine Bloggers Conference, which was held this October in Brescia, Italy, and I don't think I've given due credit to the...


  • Liz Nicholson's Sommelier Secrets

    Specialization is a term one hears a lot about in the wine world. Whether it's writing or buying, retail or restaurant, today's wine world is so complex and...


  • An Interview with Pascaline Lepeltier

    Levi Dalton is at again, gaining access to one of New York City’s most talked about sommeliers. In this case that’s Pascaline Lepeltier, sommelier of...


  • Brick House Winery

    Brick House Winery is a fascinating operation located in the Ribbon Ridge AVA in Willamette Valley. Proprietor Doug Tunnel, a native Oregonian, returned to...


  • A Chat with Steve Edmunds

    Steve Edmunds is one of our favorite wine producers and possibly one of the sweetest guys in the industry. His wine, under the label Edmunds St. John, defies...


  • Riesling and Rap

    In the beginning it was Cristal. Then Ace of Spades. So where his hip hop culture turned to now for refreshment? Well I guess the recession really has hit...


  • Talking with Brad Kane

    In our ongoing efforts to offer you as much insight as possible into the wine world, we are are working to add your voice to Snooth. Through a series of Q&A...


  • Funnymen Wines

    Sometimes you just have to laugh, hopefully with some frequency, especially if you’re one of our funnymen winemakers. Everybody knows that the best way to...


  • Talking with Melissa Burr

    With March being Women’s History Month it’s that time of year when the usual suspects tend to get trotted out. Now don’t get me wrong, I love Julia...


  • Talking with Chiara Lungarotti

    One has to wonder what Giorgio might think. The late Giorgio Lungarotti always thought about the future, and not necessarily for his own benefit -- who else...


  • Rock-Star Wines

    There’s an old saying that if you want to make $1 million dollars in the winemaking business, it’s easy -- just start with $4 million! That may not be...


  • Introducing Snooth Media

    We announced on Tuesday that Rich Tomko would become the new CEO of Snooth. I started Snooth on November 17, 2006 -- nearly four years ago to the day. Since...


  • Canada's First Master Sommelier

    From Canada’s first -- and by far most accomplished Master Sommelier -- you might expect arrogance, or at the very least, impatience with people new to the...


  • 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...


  • 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...


  • 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...


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