|Winery:||Produttori del Barbaresco|
|Region:||Italy » Piemonte » Barbaresco|
A Bottle Or Two
A lovely Barbaresco with solid acidity and a cool, composed character featuring crisp cherry, soil and dried floral aromatics. the wine is medium bodied and fairly elegant with small but precise tannins and a taut backend that leads to a long, sneaky f...
|Winery:||Betts & Scholl|
|Region:||Australia » South Australia » Barossa » Eden Valley|
A lovely nose that blend citrus, lime blossom and apricot notes with machine oil notes. In the mouth this is quite rich yet very acid driven and dry. It's starts of with a rather grapefruity attack that is cut by assertive and mouthwatering mineral ton...
|Region:||USA » California » Mendocino County » Yorkville Highlands|
I had a glass or two of this last night and must say WOW. A little meat on the nose, it was incredibly smooth in the mouth. It had a nice plum flavor. This was such a well rounded wine I will probably order more if they don't run out. The good news...
|Winery:||Lavradores de Feitoria|
Intensely aromatic showing a bit of toffee, big bold black fruit, spicy notes, bit of sage, sweet black fruit that shows some emerging complexity. Open, juicy, big and pure on the palate, this is packed with black cherry, black berry fruit in a fairly ...
|Region:||Spain » Castilla y León|
Dark and rich red color to this wine. The nose straight out the bottle shows oaky chocolate notes with rich raspberry and black raspberry aromas. In the mouth this wine has firm tannis that are soft and lush with a palate showing wound up black raspber...
|Region:||Argentina » Mendoza » Lujan de Cuyo|
With this number, the Mendoza Bodega Norton has come up with a clear winner in both quality and value. We have a deep, dense and powerful wine dominated by the plummy, blackcurrant flavors of the 3 principal cepages used in the blend. The Malbec lend...
|Winery:||Domaine de l'Arlot|
|Region:||France » Burgundy » Côte d'Or » Côte de Nuits » Nuits St. Georges|
2008 Nuits-Saint-Georges Clos des Forets, 1er Cru Domaine de l'Arlot When one course calls for red and the other white - don't compromise. Go with two half bottles. Or - you want some excitement, but aren't going to finish a full bottle - don't go b...
|Region:||France » Rhône » Ardèche|
Black berries and cherries integrated with the right amount of spice along with a bit of minerally earth. It seemed a bit closed so it could benefit from two or three more years in the bottle. This wine is a great value and I intend to drink a lot mo...
|Winery:||Martin Ray Winery|
|Region:||USA » California » Napa County|
This is a fun easy wine and I try to have a bottle or two around for when I have guests over. Those that do not traditionally like red wine can enjoy this with a meal. Good full flavor in the mouth an excellent wine with lots of different types of me...
|Winery:||Dierberg Estate Vineyard|
|Region:||USA » California » Santa Barbara County » Santa Maria Valley|
I like this wine! Got a few bottles of it in 2006. Some I drank right away, and enjoyed. I opened my last bottle recently and felt that it didn't age as well as it should have, even though it wasn't too long. While it had a nice bouquet, it was a l...
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I started a thread on WB recently, and not many folks agreed with my stance, though I suspect many more do agree that just don't say anything.Strictly speaking about Northern Hemisphere Wines, leaving the various barrel aging out of it for sake of discussion. Read More
We've tried several Malbec bottles in the $10-$20 price range and in general they are quite good. I tend to favor the ones from Chile because of our visit to that country in 2014. Spanish wines are also very tasty and a better value in restaurants than some of the French wines.Speaking of French wine, after my two-hour massage yesterday (Sandr... Read More
Hey, getting back to a discussion about wine for a moment, remember that Sandra ... ... after, and we might buy a bottle or two from one of these early trip wineries to share with my sisters.&nbs Read More
As I mentioned in various posts, I had a good time helping some friends plan their wedding wines recently. I was trying to be sensitive to price for the most part, but it came as little surprise that the wines pushing $30 outperformed the other two at around $15, however have to say the Dog Point Sauv Blanc was plenty serviceable for that price!... Read More
Anyone have any experience?I've noticed Kelley mentioned among the best company in Oregon Pinot, popular with Somm's and the like. Being a Burgundy lover, I've mostly found CA Pinot painful (though I've found a few I like!), and Oregon Pinot quite a bit more elegant, but sometimes or most of the time more boring rather than painful (as I find wi... Read More
How big is your wine library? This time we aren’t talking about bottles. Here, we are speaking about actual books. While web articles and top ten lists provide a quick and easy way to digest wine knowledge, there exists a panoply of skilled authors who have dedicated their time and talents to unearthing wine magic in long-form, highly researched... Read More
I've mentioned elsewhere my aversion to flashy wine storage areas. I've mentioned the extensive renovations we've recently undergone that will enable us to survive three more years of having two teen girls, while making our abode a welcoming stopover for people as tall as GregT and as numerous as JD and his family. (We draw the line at families... Read More
I bet that Ridge wine was very good. Why is the label so stained? Shaky hands?Uh, Al, I have to say the '07 Ridge Lytton Springs was very, very good.If, you care to go back in this and other threads where we post on wines we are enjoying (or not) you will see that the labels of quite a few of mine are stained. These stains were caused by an a... Read More
I am excited to be a part of the Snooth community. Looking forward to learning about new sips from fellow wine enthusiasts. Delighted to share my thoughts on whats in my glass through my reviews and the lens of my camera. Read More
When I first became interested in wine I used to get Brunello di Montalcino and Rosso di Montalcino mixed up, never mind having difficulty pronouncing them. A few years down the line I’d sorted it; both are from the Tuscan town of Montalcino in Central Italy, from the same grape variety, and come in a similar shaped bottle. Or had I? A recent vi... Read More
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