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Topics listed here are being solicited for use in upcoming Snooth.com Newsletters and Snooth's iPad edition, the Snooth Wine Buyer's Guide.

Each topic links to a chat for the topic in question where authors are encouraged to ask questions and propose articles.

Please visit Snooth for a sense of tone, length and style for each of these topics.

We are writing for a mainstream to moderately interested in wine audience and focus on wines in the $12-$40 range.

Articles highlighted as such should include 8-15 tasting notes of recent release wines that are moderately to widely avaialble,  the vast majority of which should be for wines in the  $12-$40 range, though some higher priced wines may be included there is a cutoff at right around $100, an arbitrary number that most people think is a crazy amount to spend on a bottle of wine.

Once we have come to agreement on an article proposal I will contact the author and move the transaction to ebyline.com where we can take care of the details. 

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Have you written something that we're not looking for? . If we're not looking for it it's not something we would pay for but if you want the exposure we generally are happy to publish well written content here on Snooth

Some added insight here, originally posted to a contributor who asked whether Snooth could supply samples for these articles, which sadly we cannot. 

I can't supply the wine, but by getting these listings posted earlier rather than later I am hoping that people can plan to be writing around tastings, trips, and everyday drinking that they might be indulging in over the course of the year. It's true that it would be hard for many to write an article about, say Cornas, with 12 tasting notes but if someone is really into Cornas it is likely that they might try 12 or more over the course of the year, and in all likelihood they are also more knowledgable than other and in a better position to write a cogent article on Cornas. Hopefully this yields specialists for any and all regions worth covering, particularly people on the ground and close tot he subject matter!

Paid Content 

Deadline 1/21/13
 
 
 
 
 
Deadline 2/15/13
 
 
 
 
Loire Valley Cabernet Franc- A regional overview of Cabernet Franc in the Loire valley, how regions differ and who are the producer to watch out for: with tasting notes ($125)

Deadline 3/15/13

 

Riesling - A global overview of Riesling, what to expect from the grape and how the regions differ: with tasting notes ($125)

 

Spanish white wines - A rundown of the various important Spanish white wines, what they are like and how they pair with food: with tasting notes ($125)

 

Chenin Blanc -  A global overview of Chenin Blanc, what to expect from the grape and how the regions differ: with tasting notes ($125)

 

BBQ - A guide to some of the great BBQ destinations either globally or within the USA ($100)

 

Deadline 4/15/13

 

Muscadet - The story of Muscadet, what it's like, how it pairs with food, ages, and how it's becoming a stealth geek collectable: with tasting notes ($125)

 

Soave -  The story of Soave, what it's like, how it pairs with food, ages, and how it's volcanic origins are changing the face of Soave today: with tasting notes ($125)

 

Pinot Grigio - A global overview of Pinot Grigio, what to expect from the grape and how the regions differ: with tasting notes ($125)

 

Deadline 4/15/13

 

Petit Sirah - The story of Petit Sirah, what the wines are like, where they come from and how they pair with food: with tasting notes ($125)

 

Primitivo - The story of Primitivo, what the wines are like, where they come from and how they pair with food: with tasting notes ($125)

 

A guide to Zinfandel - The history of the grape with a guide to what the grape expresses in the different regions where it is grown. ($100)

 

Where to visit: Sonoma - Create an itinerary for the Zinfandel enthusiast, with places to stay, restaurants worth visiting, and wineries they should not miss ($100)

 

Deadline 5/15/113

 

Sangiovese - A look at Sangiovese, both in Italy and the USA with a viewpoint on why they are different, covering the regional difference within the most common Italian appellations: with tasting notes ($125)

 

Barbera - A look at Barbera, both in Italy and the USA with a viewpoint on why they are different, can touch on modern vs. traditional styles: with tasting notes ($125)

 

Sicily - A regional overview of the most important wine regions of Sicily, a little history, their wines and what they are like: with tasting notes ($125)

 

Where to Visit: Tuscany - Create an itinerary for the Tuscan enthusiast, with places to stay, restaurants worth visiting, and wineries they should not miss ($100)

 

Deadline 6/15/13

 

Pomerol - A look at this bordeaux appellation, it's history, it's future and what to expect: with tasting notes ($125)

 

Where to visit- Washington State - Create an itinerary for the Washington enthusiast, with places to stay, restaurants worth visiting, and wineries they should not miss ($100)






 


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  • Snooth User: Anna Savino
    Hand of Snooth
    640513 46,136

    have you got someone already for Barbera?

    Jan 25, 2013 at 6:01 AM


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