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  • I have been with Snooth since 2010 and have participated and enjoyed all that the Snooth website has to offer. I was voted by Snooth "Hand of Snooth" award for my participation etc.  I have the Snooth app on my phone and use it all the time.Today I downloaded the cell phone Vivino Scanner App for free and it's amazing and I hope some day Snooth ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic New Wine app that is helpful


  • What happened with Chardonnay is a longer story but Kendall Jackson popularized a style with a lot of oak and some residual sugar. That became the model for many and it's still popular today.Chablis existed long before and as OT points out, it sees some oak.The issue isn't "oaked" vs "non-oaked" because there's more to it than just that. The but... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Unoaked vs Oaked Chardonnay


  • Emark - what you describe is exactly what you would do when you present your wines to Robert Parker or another critic who doesn't taste blind. You open a half dozen or more at say, six, five, four, three, two hours before and taste to see which one is best and that's the one you show if you want to get the best score. Actually, you will have don... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Newbie Wino with a lot to share!


  • In defense of Oaked and Buttery Chardonnays I must say that "I like it".  I know the trend is for the unoaked stainless steel ferment to be on the rise and people are saying that they prefer it over the "Other kind". That may be the trend but the Oaked and Buttery varieties are still my favorites although the unoaked brands are ok also.So in fin... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Unoaked vs Oaked Chardonnay


  • Hello! I have always liked a bit of wine, but I never considered it more than something cheap in a bar to get drunk on until quite recently when I started researching the power of decanting. Since then, I have been hooked, and have since been writing blogs about the topic! I find these blogs a really good way to actually see if what I have learn... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Newbie Wino with a lot to share!


  • We feel so at home with trusty varietals like Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay and Malbec these days that it can be hard to imagine a wine world where blends are barnstorming for more votes from the wine drinking masses.  Yet that's exactly where we are at these days, wine expert Bill Ward said in an article this past week in Minnesota's Star Trib... Read More

    From the article Bidding Adieu to Varietals? Blends Beg for Attention in Modern Wine World


  • Got in (very) late last night, flying from the west to the east coast isn't a lot of fun especially when there's a big thunder storm that shuts down the Charlotte airport and you get re-directed to Atlanta to refuel and wait it out. Anyway, the CFO and I had a great time in Oregon. Us, both of our (grown) kids, F-I-L, son's girlfriend and her mo... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wineries to visit in Newberg, OR


  • v v, I have never tried an Insignia.  I do have one bottle in my inventory--from the somewhat maligned 1997 vintage.  As I suspect you might be aware, on, I believe, the "Watcha drinking. . . ." thread I have been periodically reporting on my experiences with 1997 Cabs.  (The last couple were very good.)  I am now down to the Insignia and a Dunn... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Weekday Wines


  • Much has been made of China's emergence into the wine world, particularly in light of recent reports from the International Organisation for Vine and Wine in which numbers indicate the country grows more grapes (table and wine) than any other country in the world.  Part of the Chinese success, a recent story by CBS News noted, may be their insat... Read More

    From the article Wine Desert No More: Chinese Converting Barren Land Into Grape-Bearing Kingdoms


  • Greg, don't even read this!Yesterday I hosted a pinot noir event.  It was a blind tasting of three BC and one California.  Talk about getting out of the box.  For me this is tantamount to cross-dressing.  It started because Chester introduced me to the Kettle Valley "Hayman" reserve Pinot last year.  I really liked it, so when I found one (83 ca... Read More

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