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  • Being in Burgundy

    There is nothing like spending time in Burgundy. The villages and countryside are beautiful and timeless. The people are discreet but warm. Burgundy is like...


  • Where to Go in April

    Things are about to get a lot busier. If spring ever arrives, and I’ve been assured that it is on its way, we won’t only be looking at southern wine...


  • Luck of the Drive: Traveling in Sonoma

    Sometimes you get lucky, sometimes you don’t. This is one of those times, more or less. I’m traveling through Sonoma and trying to find things that are...


  • March Events for Wine Lovers

    No matter where you live, there’s a great wine event lurking around the corner for the weekend of March 22nd and 23rd. As the weather warms up (and I know...


  • Visiting Napa Valley on a Budget

    It's easy to write about the Napa Valley as a tourist destination, but just how useful is that information once you become an actual visitor? A list of high...


  • Traveling to Santa Cruz

    California's home to many renowned wine regions, some well-equipped to handle tourists, others less so. For some regions it’s a question of terrain, for...


  • Winter Wine Events: Party Across The Nation

    It’s winter in the northern hemisphere; kind of a crappy time to go wine touring, though the wines sure do taste good. There still are plenty of wine...


  • Where To Go in January

    It’s the start of a new year, and as with most things, this time of year talk is ripe with proud premises to eat healthier, buy more intelligently, show...


  • Instead of Hurricane Sandy

    Here I sit, safe and sound in my Upper West Side, NYC apartment several days after Hurricane Sandy swept through. I am one of the lucky ones, I never lost...


  • 2012 Harvest Snapshots

    2012 was a bit of an atypical vintage across Europe. The weather was difficult through the spring and early summer, and even later in some regions, which...


  • Trait-d'Union or a cult group of high quality terroir Champagne producers

    As harvest is once again upon us, I thought it would be fun to elaborate on a few Champagne producers who have been working in a different way for a few...


  • High Times in the Holy City

    Salty breezes twirl Spanish moss and steal perfume from Confederate jasmine hedges that flank a cobblestone alley. Interspersed throughout the hedges are...


  • The Food and Wine of Alto Adige

    Having recently returned from a trip to Trentino and the Alto Adige, my mind is insistent on reminding me of the wonderful food and wine I enjoyed while...


  • Places To Go

    We often write about travel destinations, particularly those that are wine related. This week, I wanted to flip things around a bit to ask you, our readers,...


  • Old Vine Chilean Carignan

    Sometimes, I’m not exactly sure what my job is here at Snooth. I do get to review wine, which many people think is a glamorous and desirable thing to do....


  • A Tale of Two Rivers

    Spain is an enchanted destination for all types of travelers. There are castles from the Middle Ages, celebrated works of contemporary architecture, rustic...


  • The Wines of Brasil Overview

    Yes, you read that correctly. Don’t worry, I was just as surprised as you when I first found out that Brazil has a wine industry. My first introduction...


  • Restaurants for Wine Lovers in Las Vegas

    For those traveling to Las Vegas, there are hundreds of restaurants to choose from. Celebrity chefs are opening up restaurants left and right, restaurants...


  • A Night with Numanthia

    Thank you Los Angeles for beautiful weather, great friends and one heck of a dinner. P.S. You can keep the traffic! I don't know what it is about L.A., but I...


  • The Rose Experience

    Instead of traveling somewhere to enjoy rosés, today I will take a look back at some of the places I’ve already enjoyed rosé. While it would be easy to...


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