A & A Wines

13 Manfield Park
Cranleigh, Surrey GU6 8
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  • Barefoot Riesling Premier NV

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    Exactly the sweet treat I was looking for! Great entry wine for a dumbass like me. This site is terrible, but I need a way to keep track of my wines. You have no idea what you are rating on here! 5,000 entries for the same wine, but no one is running this crap, so it doesn't seem to matter. Read More

    Wine review by matthewjk


  • Pinot Noir. Just saying the name elicits a reaction like no other. Some may roll their eyes, but most get dreamy thinking of the supple, sexy Pinot they last shared. Reliving the memory of that elegant and beguiling wine, Pinot Noir.Jealous? Get your Pinot Noir fix at the 10th annual Pinot Noir Summit. This limited event, with only 350 tickets a... Read More

    From the article 10th Annual Pinot Noir Summit


  • Here are the results of a small blind tasting of 2009 Burgundy wines that I recently participated in. The wines as a set showed a fair amount of power and richness, though all the wines were remained quite Burgundian. Prices for many of these wines are likely at their near term peaks today as interest is quickly moving to the even more highly ac... Read More

    From the article 2009 Burgundy Tasting Notes


  • The more involved I become in the world of wine, the more I come to realize both how little I know and how much there is to learn. I want to be a better wine lover!There are a few things that we can all do to expand our vision of the wine world. Things that are easy and yet from which we will be able to reap ample rewards. Move outside your comf... Read More

    From the article How to Be a Better Wine Lover


  • Tried to slip this into the discussion started by Carlos recently about storing wines in his closet, but think it got lost in the shuffle, here's my own storage situation...would be curious to hear your thoughts.I'm well beyond capacity for my active storage units (two units, totaling 64 bottle capacity), so I’ve had to experiment with some pass... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Storage Decision


  • Hello Everyone,I am from the tropical country of Malaysia! I came to USA for my education and stumbled upon wine in California! I recently started getting more into it and am excited to be on Snooth! Now I am in San Diego and cannot wait to try some wines in Temecula. They are certainly a young region to be compared to Napa or central coast but ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic There are no wines where I am...


  • I was listening to someone on the radio talking about Spanish Rioja and how there is some movement over the last few years in the new world modern style Rioja producers to favour French barrels to tone down the harshness, earthiness and spice to produce a wine with perhaps more elegance, sophistication, his words not mine. Personally I enjoy bot... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Rioja Barrels


  • The Australian wine industry has certainly had its fair share of troubles over the past few years. Some have been unavoidable, like drought, while others, like the push for ever bigger, sweeter and (hopefully) pointier wines, have proved to be man-made disasters.Thankfully, Australia’s wine industry is back on track. Not only have they regained ... Read More

    From the article Australian Shiraz


  • It’s not unusual for me to find a sweet spot in wines right around $20 a bottle. For many producers, this spot represents the finest expression of their vineyards, intended for near term consumption. While they might produce more ambitious wines at higher prices, those can be matte in their youth, with details obscured by extraction and toasty o... Read More

    From the article Australian Shiraz $16-$20


  • With these wines, we begin to get into what can only be termed the “serious end” of the spectrum. This happens to be the most difficult end of the market to sell, primarily because the lower end has done such a great job in capturing the beauty of Australian Shiraz that for many people, there is little to be gained by paying up.The real standout... Read More

    From the article Australian Shiraz $20 and Up


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