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  • Grenache Tasting Notes

    Grenache is one of the wine world’s great chameleons. Not only does it successfully change character from place to place, but it seems to change from...


  • La Mancha's 2012 U.S. Road Shows

    Among vines and windmills...…the sun sets across a plain in La Mancha (Spain). It’s a place whose name escapes me, but a winemaking tradition continues...


  • Vibrant Rioja Grand Tasting Event

    Come to Miami and mingle with other wine lovers at the Vibrant Rioja Grand Tasting event, taking place at the InterContinental Miami Hotel. Vibrant Rioja...


  • Slow Wine Tasting Event in NYC

    The news that Slow Food was separating from Gambero Rosso had been a question mark in the minds of many Gambero Rosso readers, until now. With the release of...


  • 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,...


  • Savannah Staycation

    Savannah may not sit in wine country, but this destination has everything that makes for a wonderful winecation: history, breathtaking setting, art, and of...


  • Easter Candy and Wine Pairing

    Wine and Easter candy sounds like a recipe for disaster. For today, set your preconceived notions aside and come along as we pair four wines with the most...


  • White Rhones - Oh Yes I Did

    A lot of people have asked me what the hell I am doing writing about “White Rhones.” The Viognier part they get, they are popular, plentiful and fun to...


  • Aged Sangivoese Tasting Notes

    I know that I am biased and that my biases are not always correct. I also know enough to not worry about things like this and just accept my new reality. If...


  • 2007 Brunello

    When word of the Italian Wine Masters tasting hit my inbox, I was quick to hit the reply button. In the years I’ve been writing and attending tastings, I...


  • Aged Syrah Tasting Notes

    Aged Syrah is a bit of a rare beast. Not much that is ageable is made to begin with, and much of that gets drunk in its youth anyway. So what is aged Syrah...


  • 2009 Burgundy Tasting Notes

    Here are the results of a small blind tasting of 2009 Burgundy wines that I recently participated. The wines as a set showed a fair amount of power and...


  • Virginia Wine Trail: Declaration of Epicurean

    The Chardonnay at Pollak Vineyards tasted of crème brulée and fig. Or was that the Viognier? After our fourth Virginia Charlottesville-Piedmont region...


  • 100 Point Wines

    At last weekend’s Cayman Cookout event, I had the pleasure of tasting seven of Vérité’s top wines, all of which have garnered 100 points from Robert...


  • Wine Region of the Year 2011

    Looking back upon my reams of tasting notes and experiences, one thing really stuck out in 2011. And while I say that it is one thing, it is actually (as...


  • 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...


  • 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...


  • Snooth's Feeling Chile!

    Tonight, Thursday, September 15th at 9pm EST join Fred Dexheimer, master sommelier, and myself as we taste through a perfect introduction to the great reds...


  • What's In a Label

    I’m one of those wine drinkers. You know the kind. Pays no attention to the type, age, winemaker, etc., of the wine in her glass. Has to call someone when...


  • Wines of Chile: A World of Taste

    The Wines of Chile Grand Tasting is an event that is highly anticipated each year by on and off-premise owners, operators, sommeliers and buyers, and this...


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