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We guarantee you will enjoy our wines and when you do, you will likely share them with friends and family. We all like to share good experiences, so why not be rewarded? As a Rewards Member you are automatically entitled to: • 10% discount off of anything we have in inventory including a subscription to our wine of the month selections! • In addition, you will qualify to receive points associated with your account similar to frequent flier miles or loyalty programs like American Express®. Its simple: 1) Register for Rewards Wine Club for an annual fee of $29.95 2) Customize your club membership by selecting: • 4 bottles = $79.99/mo. Or 6 bottles = $119.99/mo. 3) Chose your desired variety of all red, all white or a mixed case It’s Fun: • Once your first shipment arrives, gather some friends to enjoy their company along with some great wine. They will thank you for it! It’s rewarding: For every bottle of wine purchased by people you refer to 3VineWine, you will receive one reward point Read more »

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  • Last week in A Sneak Peek at ZAP Festival Zinfandels, we went through some of the non-Sonoma County Zinfandels that will be featured at the upcoming ZAP (Zinfandel Advocates & Producers) annual grand tasting at its Zinfandel Festival, to be held in San Francisco, January 27 - 29. While there were some gems to be found in that mix of appellations... Read More

    From the article Sneak Preview: Sonoma Zinfandels at ZAP Festival 2011


  • Zinfandel is an American treasure. There are great old-vine vineyards around the globe that range from Nero d’Avola in Italy to Grenache in Spain and Malbec in Argentina, but only in California can we find the finest examples of Zinfandel. And when the discussion comes around to Zinfandel and experiencing all it has to offer, one is inevitably d... Read More

    From the article A Sneak Peek at ZAP Festival Zinfandels


  • The results are in for the 2011 SF Chronicle Wine Competition and there are a lot of medals coming back to the Livermore Valley.  With over 5000 entries this year the competition was tuff.  Here is a list of the medal winning Livermore wineries. Bent Creek Winery, Charles R Vineyards, Chouinard Vineyards, Concannon Vineyard, Crooked Vine Winery,... Read More

    Forum post in the topic The Livermore Valley did...


  • Syrah is the most food friendly wine, why don't Americans embrace it? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Syrah is the most food...


  • My Cali Wine Education is starting to take shape and I read with great interest the Cali Natives musings on what is good bad and indifferent about Cali Wines.I want to create an bit of a database of Cali Wines - but not all and sundry so I am asking for your top 3 as set out below, in choosing your top 3, I would value your assessment based on t... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Californian Wine


  • Fanucchi Zinfandel Russian River Valley Old Vine Fanucchi Wood Road Vineyard 2005

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    The Fanucchi Vineyards 2005 Old Vine Zinfandel should be on everyone's list as the Number one red wine of 2010! If any wine should be rated at 100 points it should be this one It is packed with layers and layers of classic ripe zinfandel fruit flavors without concentrating them over the top. The tannins big but silky smooth. This wine may be ... Read More

    Wine review by SylviaK


  • I am open to suggestions that are relatively easy to procure, on the dryer side, and have some level of complexity- I tend not to like a one-dimensional, flat wine.  At my last tasting of Asian influenced foods, I paired a Trefethern Dry Reisling, along with 2 other whites.  People liked it ok, but thought a bit sweet tho.  The white rhone blend... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Sell this CA gal on a Riesling!


  • Hello all!! My husband and I enjoy wine. He is really good at picking blind, but then he favors Chiantis and Maison Louis Jadot and has never gone wrong. He can even pick, let's say a Portuguese wine -which we love- and it will be good.I, on the other hand, love to read about wine and investigate. I don't always do as well. For example, I just w... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Obsessed in a barren...


  • It seems that that poor sales (i.e. cash flow) is still causing trouble through the wine industry.  The following wines are closing up:Frazier CosentinoEosKluge (VA) More details here: http://napavalleyregister.com/lifestyles/food-and-cooking/wine/article_5d231e02-f38f-11df-8579-001cc4c03286.html Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wineries still closing ...


  • Well, there are wines you dream about, and then there are wines you can only dream about. Rarity plays an important role in the pricing of the most expensive wines. They are usually great, but what truly distinguishes these bottles is the fact that there are more people chasing them than there are bottles. It's simple supply and demand.So, what'... Read More

    From the article 10 Top Rare Wines


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