A & A Wines

13 Manfield Park
Cranleigh, Surrey GU6 8
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  • Ok. Dont get me wrong here. I dont allow my kids to drink. They are just 4 & 5. Im hoping for some winery suggestions on a planned famliy  tour of Northern California. We have a couple of days in Paso Robles, 4 days in Mendocino near Clear Lake, and 4 days in Sausalito.It has been difficult finding advice as Im looking for kid friendly wineries.... Read More

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  • Seriously, what do you folks want to knwo more about. I may not get to Italy until next May but I thought this might be a fun idea to start kicking around.Snoothers create an itinerary for me, I'll go to the wineries, taste the wines, ask your questions, shoot the videos you want me to shoot, and at it's essence deliver the kind of content you a... Read More

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  • Annabella Merlot Special Selection 2009


    This has to be one of my favorite wines. I couldn't get enough. It has this perfect balance of flavors that just doesn't compare to anything else I have tried. It's very smooth and has hints of fruitiness and chocolate. I had it with a steak and it was absolutely wonderful. Read More

    Wine review by calywa

  •  Hey everyone!I am currently in a wine class at my university (and loving it!). We have a project over a specific varietal, appellation, etc. that we are able to choose. I heard a lot of good things about wine from Spain (price and qualiity), so I decided to choose a wine from there. I, unfortunately, am having a difficult time understanding the... Read More

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  • Want to know what I really drink when it comes to domestic wines? The truth is a little bit of everything, but I really do love my Zins and Petite Sirahs. Not only are these great wines, but they are also almost always affordable and they form part of our vinous history to boot.I’m of the opinion that most of our vineyards are actually too warm,... Read More

    From the article California's Best Grapes

  • Brisandes Cabernet Sauvignon 2010


    My Rating 85: This wine is different from the typical Chile wines.It does not have the typical berry loaded taste, it's more liek a Bordeaux. One look at the label tells it all ,it's owned by Lafite Rothschild. I still think it's rather uninteresting although it displays some fruit and a well balance. Nose is not very pregnant. I would not buy t... Read More

    Wine review by Wolle

  •  On #WineWednesday, November 9, 2011, join Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts for the 2nd annual #FSWine virtual wine tasting. The hour-long online chat will feature a comparative tasting of three sparkling wines. Four top Four Seasons sommeliers will guide the discussion,sharing tasting notes and suggestions for holiday pairings throughout. For ad... Read More

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  • Mollydooker 'Two Left Feet' Shiraz Blend 2010


    This wine is amazingly smooth, bold, however its very sweet for a red, for OUR taste. So its given 4 glasses for quality, but on the Kozar scale 3. Would not buy again as there are other more earthy european full-bodied wines we prefer. That being said we have not met a Mollydooker we haven't enjoyed. All have been fantastic to drink. $69 VW. Read More

    Wine review by TheKozars

  • Moving on and just in time! I'm all jet laggy and grumpy so let's keep this short. Drink Riesling and share your notes here. I'm about to jump on line and rant a bit before trying the 2008 Pacific Rim Solstice Vineyard Riesling. neither particularly sweet, nor fruity and would show exceptionally well with food. 89pts! Say what? Yes indeed you re... Read More

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  • This past weekend in Morristown, NJ we attended the NJ wines festival.  By my count there were 19 wineries in attendance, each with its' own tasting tent.  Rather than giving kudos to any particular winery I would rather congratulate the grape varietals that gave a good showing.  Syrah/Shiraz, their nomenclature depending on the winery, was a pr... Read More

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