• Sud de France

    Amidst the varied terrain you can find outstanding vineyards for red wines -- from rich and round Grenache, to characterful Mourvedre, Carignan and Cinsault...


  • 2007 Bordeaux: Petits Chateaux

    While I always recommend sampling the wares of the Petit Chateaux, as they are generally a great source of values, I think there is a greater likelihood than...


  • California Wine Club

    Are you looking for great wines, not only to enjoy, but also to learn about and share? Well, The California Wine Club is the solution! Founded with a...


  • Summer Chardonnay Round-up

    With yesterday’s official beginning of summer, it's about time I take a look at some of the white wines we will all be reaching for over the coming months....


  • 2007 Barbaresco Reviews

    There were very few of the 2007 Barbarescos that I tried that really screamed Barbaresco, and relatively few that really screamed Nebbiolo, for that matter....


  • Sonoma Pinot Noir

    Pinot Noir has a long history in Sonoma County. Long before Miles and Jack left much of Santa Barbara in shambles in the movie Sideways, growers in Sonoma...


  • Classic Wine Cocktails for Summer

    I’m not really sure if wine cocktails are true cocktails, but some of these recipes are ideal for summer fun and entertaining. The Bellini is probably the...


  • Freixenet for Every Day

    Unlike many producers of sparkling wine, Freixenet has been producing classic wines using traditional techniques (we’re talking at least 3 years from vine...


  • 12 Great West Coast Chardonnays

    Chardonnay still rules the roost as far as white goes, and for good reason. It’s a prolific producer and winemakers have figured out how to create a wide...


  • Dei Vino Nobile

    Vino Nobile is the lesser-known pillar of the trio of Tuscan giants. While Brunello and Chianti get most of the attention, Vino Nobile de Montepulciano...


  • Global Tasting Initiative - Cabernet

    One of the top questions I get at Snooth is where are the values? It’s not surprising that folks are looking for deals, and they usually are interested in...


  • Pinot Grigio vs. Pinot Gris

    Pinot Grigio is one of the world’s most popular white wines yet it’s made in many styles and from almost all the best wine producing countries. It seems...


  • 1985 Barolo: A Peak at 25

    After a day of drinking Giacosa (admittedly, that night preceded this, but I have yet to write up my notes there), what could be better than a follow up...


  • Revisiting 2005 Barolo

    2005 Barolo has the grave misfortune of living between two highly-regarded vintages so that means you shouldn’t be buying these wines, right? Well, hold on...


  • Massican's First Releases

    Dan Petroski, Snooth regular and assistant winemaker at Larkmead in Napa Valley has officially released his new label, Massican (named after the mountain...


  • Santa Cruz Wine Country

    The appeal of Santa Cruz is its bohemian splendor; it is, and always has been, a refreshingly down-to-earth stop on my wine country tours. Where else can you...


  • Five Wines For Brunch

    Few things are lovelier than a glass of Champagne with great quiche or killer waffles. But once you've mastered that partnership, why not play the field?...


  • Oregon Pinot Noir

    When I tasted a line-up of Pinot Noir last year that contained only one from Oregon (the winner of the tasting, by the way), I received quite the shellacking...


  • February 2010 Zinfandel Tasting

    I recently had the chance to try several prestigious Zinfandels blind with a couple of ringers thrown in for good measure. Now I love a good Zin, but let me...


  • Mohegan Sun and The Debatable Value of Tasting Notes

    You'll want to forward this article to your wine-loving friends. While I take a few minutes to write about a series of tastings recently held at the Mohegan...


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