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  • One of the top questions I get at Snooth is, "Where are the values?" It’s not surprising that folks are looking for deals, and they usually are interested in their favorite wines, so it’s not surprising that Cabernet Sauvignon values are the most frequent request. With our Global Tasting initiative (GTI) program geared up once again I thought t... Read More

    From the article Global Tasting Initiative - Cabernet

  • What's the worst wine you have ever had? I had some Don Luciano Shiraz over the weekend (which is a $4.00 wine I picked up at Wal-Mart...just to see). I had had the Don Luciano Chardonnay and it was OK, but the Shiraz I had smelled like road kill (very heavy sulfur)--I wonder if I got a bad bottle.  Has anyone else tried it? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Worst Wine Ever...

  • Welcome to The Grapevine! In this new weekly feature, we'll be asking our favorite experts the questions that really matter: how they fell in love with wine, what wine trend they'd love to see end, and what they'll be drinking on their deathbed. Jeff Lefevere, founder and editor of the award-winning site Good Grape: A Wine Manifesto, remo... Read More

    From the article 10 Questions for Jeff Lefevere

  • So, we certainly had some spirited responses to our last email about some of the greatest value wines for getting your drunk on. Did I really just say that? I think I did! It should have come as no surprise to anyone that my go-to wines tend to be Italian, but truth is there’s a world of great wine out there, and I indulge with wines from all ov... Read More

    From the article Six More Wines for a Cheap Drunk

  • Purple Moon Winery Merlot California 2008


    At 3.99 (Trader Joe's), I wasn't expecting much. Decided it would pair nicely with the frozen tortellini and canned sauce I cooked for dinner after work, and working out. Plastic cork. Good idea. At first sniff, it was all blackberries, definitely fruity. Good legs, next surprise. Smooth on the tongue and no harsh tannins, definitely drink... Read More

    Wine review by Cincygirl

  • Hi everyone - we are heading to Italy in mid October for our honeymoon.  Of course, our focus will be on the wines. ;)Any recommendations on regions, wineries, routes, etc?   We will be going for two weeks and right now the plans include the Amalfi Coast, Umbria, and Piedmont.  However, nothing has been booked yet so we are open to any and a... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Honeymoon in Italy: Oct 2010

  • Giacomo Conterno Barolo 1993


    Talk about an open and giving nose! This is just wide open pumping out sweet candied and spiced notes of red fruits. Its surprisingly spicy, and almost a bit toasty in fact, but hugely aromatic, and hugely fun to smell. On the palate a different reality sets in with the wine being rather light-bodied and a bit lean. The acid is slightly pronounc... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz

  • I am traveling to Turkey in two weeks.  What kinds of wine do that have. Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wine Selection in Turkey

  • So it's been a while since i've post but i haven't stopped drinking!  i haven't had any chardonnays in a while, american or otherwise. so i'm wondering if anyone knows of any good buys when it comes to chards. Same goes with Petite Syrahs. Any ideas?  Thanks!  Read More

    Forum post in the topic Good Chardonnays and Petite...

  • It is probably not a surprise that the wines of Giacomo Conterno are among my absolute favorites. My finest wine experiences have been with his masterpieces known as Monfortino and Cascina Francia. The wines made by Giovanni Conterno, Giacomo’s son, through the 1990s, and now made by his son Roberto, are virtually eternal monuments to everything... Read More

    From the article The Barolo of Giacomo Conterno

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