• 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...


  • Top 5 White Rhone Varieties

    We’re celebrating white Rhône varietals in this go around of Snooth’s Global Tasting Initiative. I hear many of you asking, “Why would you do that,...


  • Top 5 Red Wines for Spring

    Quick, don’t blink or you’ll miss spring! One moment it’s here, the next it’s not. You have to be prepared if you want to enjoy some springtime...


  • Viognier Tasting Notes

    One of the great stories of the past decade has been the renaissance of Viognier. With new producers in the Rhone Valley as well as an explosion of producers...


  • 10 White Wines for Spring

    Spring has definitely sprung around these parts and while I am fully cognizant of the fact that I'm going to get caught in a trap, I'm thinking of my wines...


  • Does Sangiovese Age?

    If you ask 10 different people whether or not Sangiovese can age, you are likely to get 10 different responses, ranging from an incredulous “of course”...


  • Sangiovese Buying Guide

    Value Sangiovese is a category of wine that makes some people cringe. Sangiovese is not always thought of as a generous wine. In fact, many argue that this...


  • Sangiovese from 1997 and 1999

    Much has been written about the 1997 vintage in Tuscany, and it was hailed by many as the second coming of Tuscan wines. The hyperbole flew fast and furious,...


  • 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...


  • 5 Ways to Get Lost in Spain

    When we talk about Spanish wine, we talk about Tempranillo, Garnacha and Albarino, the heavy-hitters that make up some of the world's most profound and...


  • 2006 Brunello

    Brunello is back! At least that’s what many in the wine media would have you believe. As you might recall, Brunello-gate hit the wine world in 2008. People...


  • Decoding the Sparkling Wine Label

    The time is upon us! The time to buy sparkling wine that is. Don't know where to begin? Starting here is a good place. We've put together a handy, simplified...


  • Malbec's Aging Qualities

    One of the hallmarks of great wines is that they age. That’s not just growing old, but actually evolving complexities’ depth, silky texture and appealing...


  • 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...


  • 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...


  • Rioja Gran Reserva

    When it comes to Rioja, there are no finer wines than the Gran Reservas or the rare Gran Reserva Especials. While I have mentioned that this classification...


  • What to Drink Now

    As I’m writing this series of tasting exploration, you can see the previous editions here, I am repeatedly pointing out that many wines can be slotted into...


  • Share Your Thoughts on Riesling

    Tweet using the hashtag #GTiRiesling to share your thoughts. Share your notes on Snooth! With our ever-expanding reach and the proliferation of social media,...


  • What to Drink Now

    Spicy red wines are as varied as the spices you might find in them, though they theoretically share spiciness. What that spiciness is, black pepper, white...


  • French Pinot Grigio

    Pinot Gris has historically been an important grape in Alsace, generally the third most widely planted after Riesling and Gewurtztraminer. Through most of...


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