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  • Wines of Italy Bucket List

    Here at Snooth, I taste so many wines that it can be really easy to get jaded. You know what blows the jaded right out of your mouth? The world’s greatest...


  • Top 12 Barolo Producers, Part 1

    With a nice and relaxing weekend looming, for most of you at least, I thought this was a great time to stir things up a bit. I’ve just returned from my...


  • Italian White Wines Worth Tasting

    Are you drinking enough Italian whites? Probably not. In fact, you’ve probably never even heard of some of these wines! I found a wine new to me as well,...


  • Italy Claims 22 Percent of Global Wine Market

    March 20, 2012 — After surpassing France as the world’s biggest wine producer in 2010, Italy now holds 22 percent of the global wine market, according to...


  • 5 Top Value Sangiovese Wines from 2009

    2009 is a vintage of highs and lows in Tuscany. High heat and low rainfall produced some wonderful wines that are full with ripe fruit and soft structure,...


  • Top 5 Italian Sangiovese

    Sangiovese is a bit of a chameleon, even in Italy. At its best, at least for my palate, it’s all about pure red fruits framed with distinct earthy, leather...


  • Sangiovese from Italy and California

    Today, I’m publishing two sets of tasting notes featuring Sangiovese-based wines from both Chianti and the U.S.’s West Coast. In many ways it is an...


  • Leap Year Wines

    You have an extra day, what will you celebrate with? I've given his some thought. My first idea was to recommend all Extra Dry and Extra Brut sparkling...


  • Top 5 2007 Barolo Wines

    Barolo is my favorite wine so I had to include a listing here of some of my favorites. 2007 was a vintage that I came down a little hard on, though my...


  • Tuscany Travelogue

    If there's such a thing as a “Mecca” for bicycle travel, Italy may be the place. And if you love wine and Italian cooking too, then you'll definitely...


  • Top 10 Italian Red Wines

    Having recently tasted a few 2006 Brunellos, my thoughts turned to the reputation of Brunello and where it fits within the hierarchy of Italian wines. While...


  • Reviews of 2006 Brunello

    In all honesty, I’ve found a lot to like in 2006 Brunello, but that doesn’t necessarily make this the vintage to buy. You might be better off sourcing...


  • 9 Great Bottles of Prosecco

    Prosecco was one of the great stories of 2011 for several reasons. First was the great growth that continued for this fresh and fruity sparkler from the...


  • Italian Pinot Nero

    As you might have guessed, I love Italian wine. Pinot Nero might be tough to define as Italian wine, but it has a century long history in Italy and offers an...


  • Masi Amarone and Risotto

    I was recently on vacation with my wife. Together we sat under the stars, a small fire pit going in front of us and a glass of Amarone in hand. It was a...


  • What We've Been Reading

    After meeting so many wonderful writers at this year's European Wine Bloggers Conference in Brescia, Italy, I came home with a renewed hunger for discovery....


  • The Best of Wine Spectator

    Yes, I do read the Wine Spectator from time to time. Today, I was lucky enough to grab the office copy as it came in and sat down to thumb through it before...


  • Great Wines of Tuscany

    Tuscany is an odd place. It’s home to some of my favorite wines, affordable, cellarable, food-friendly wonders based on Sangiovese, while at the same time...


  • 8 Great Northern Italian Wines

    Now I feel at home, and not just because Italian wines are where my heart is, but also because you can put together a giant list of great Italian wines at...


  • Rosso di Anywhere

    Unless you've been living under a rock, you have heard the news that Montalcino producers, in a landslide vote, rejected a proposal to allow international...


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