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  • Syrah Travel Guide

    If you’re going to travel in search of Syrah, there is only one destination in my book: The Rhône Valley. On the steep slopes that flank the Rhône River,...


  • Top 10 Chardonnay Producers

    In honor of GTiChardonnay, I have put together my top 10 list of Chardonnay producers around the world. While this is a pretty comprehensive list, I do want...


  • Chardonnay $12-$20

    There’s a real jump up in quality once you pass the $12 mark in Chardonnay. It’s actually surprising what a twenty can get you, whether you’re looking...


  • Chardonnay $20-$30

    With this list I’m focusing on the recently tasted Chardonnays in the $20 to $30 price bracket. At this price point, you can really get exceptional wines,...


  • My Favorite Chardonnay Wines

    Why am I drinking Chardonnay when it’s freezing out? Because it is simply always time for Chardonnay. I have to laugh while writing this, not too long ago...


  • Top Zinfandel Producers

    During our Global Tasting Initiatives, we try to offer guidance regarding what wines in the marketplace are among the better buys. While I am proud of the...


  • 2009 Zinfandel Tasting Notes

    Zinfandel, it’s kind of the black sheep of the family, isn’t it? It’s the kind of grape everyone likes to disparage, yet there always seems to be some...


  • 2008 Sonoma Zinfandel

    I’m kicking off 2012’s first Global Tasting Initiative with Zinfandel, one of my favorite domestic wines and one that seems to be too easily dismissed by...


  • Champagne and Smoked Salmon

    In addition to simply tasting some Champagne, I also paired the bubbly with an array of smoked salmon that my colleague Kate Statton was tasting for an...


  • 9 Top Champagnes

    Yes, we’re talking about the real thing, sparkling wine from Champagne, France. And while I’m willing to go for the real thing, a man’s got to know his...


  • 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...


  • Cava to Toast With

    Cava is Spain’s answer to Champagne. A homegrown sparkler that undergoes secondary fermentation in the bottle, just like Champagne, Cava is increasingly...


  • 14 Sparkling Wines for Your Celebration

    When we think of sparkling wine, we all to often tend to aggregate the whole category under the Champagne moniker. We expect the same method used for...


  • International Malbec

    It's time to wrap up GTiMalbec for 2011 and what a great flight of wines to do so with. Yes, there are a disproportionate number of wines here from...


  • Malbec's Aging Qualities

    One of the hallmarks of great wines is that they age. That’s not just growing old, but actually evolving complexities’ depth, silky texture and appealing...


  • Affordable Malbec for the Holidays

    One of my first tasting reports for Snooth was Argentine Malbec. It wasn't a big surprise actually, since Malbec in October 2008 was on a roll of rising...


  • The Best of Pinot Noir

    I'm concluding our two week look at Pinot Noir for Snooth's Global Tasting Initiative with a round up of my favorite wines. You might be surprised that I'm...


  • Red Wines for Thanksgiving

    Just in time for Thanksgiving, we’re swinging into full on Pinot Noir mode. Pinot Noir, whether fruity and light or rich and powerful, is one of the top...


  • Share Your Thoughts on Riesling

    Tweet using the hashtag #GTiRiesling to share your thoughts. Share your notes on Snooth! With our ever-expanding reach and the proliferation of social media,...


  • Tasting Down Under: Australian Cabernet

    Australia has an image problem. Their wines are being seen through the singular lens of inexpensive Shiraz, wines that deliver a lot of punch and value but...


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