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  • A friend and I had a regions-of-the-world tasting, and we had a Brunello that we loved (Nardi 2003).  I paid about $37 for it, but it was on sale and is more like $60-$80.  My friend has been learning more about wine recently, and was really ecstatic about this bottle.  I told her that she has expensive taste and she's going to have to spend abo... Read More

    Forum post in the topic help with brunello.......


  • Firestone Gewürztraminer Santa Ynez Valley 2009

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    Gentle fruit tastes to this wine - you can enjoy the flavor without it being overpowering. Very mild to no aftertaste, and not bitter or spicy at all. It was a little bold direct-from-the-bottle, but smoothed out nicely as it was aired. Read More

    Wine review by imsomony


  • Briar Rose Temecula Valley Fume Rosé 2009

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    90 points.Its a dry rosé made from Sauvignon Blanc. How can this be? Sauvignon Blanc is a white grape, so what makes it pink? The secret behind this wine is putting the Sauvignon Blanc into barrels that were previously used to age Cabernet Sauvignon. Some of the pigments and elements of the wine previously in the barrels stay soaked into the woo... Read More

    Wine review by Tyler Worth


  • My sister just introduced me to Snooth -- terrific stuff and community here! Makes me want to explore, glass in hand. But before I get to that, check out the Winter Wine Festival "in my backyard." Ten "grand vintner's dinners" pairing US winemakers and great New England chefs. Champagne and jazz brunches on Sundays. Sweetheart champagne dinner f... Read More

    Forum post in the topic 7th Winter Wine Festival in...


  • I had the pleasure of sitting down with Tim Perr this week to taste through some of the Pali Wine Co.’s latest releases. Chatting with Tim, we lit upon the current state of affairs for the wine industry. Faced with decidedly hard times, it’s been difficult for Pali to move forward, but move forward they are, and the reason is simple.As far back ... Read More

    From the article Wine of the Week: 1/14/11


  • It’s been a busy week here at Snooth, so we haven’t had a ton of time to go looking around the blogosphere, though that only means we have a single recommendation today. I’m planning a return visit to Oregon soon and have been looking at all the resources available. I keep coming back to OregonWine.com. There's simply a solid list of great conte... Read More

    From the article What We've Been Reading


  • Alpha Omega Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2007

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    85 points.On the nose I detect a pretty intense bramble and berry bush aroma. There is a touch of heat from the alcohol showing through, but this sort of contributes to a rustic quality that is difficult to pinpoint. I get a little bit of espresso beans, some dried cherries, and some cinnamon stick. There is also an edge of charred oak lingering... Read More

    Wine review by Tyler Worth


  • Cougar Vineyard and Winery Pinotage Pinotagio 2007

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    92 points.In the glass this wines color is a pure bright red with a faint tinge of magenta. It is unfiltered, so there are also very tiny little specks floating around in there (I never filter out sediment with a decanter, I like to see it in the glass, its more earthy, more real.) The nose is very unique with blackberry and raspberry bush compo... Read More

    Wine review by Tyler Worth


  • Zinfandel is an American treasure. There are great old-vine vineyards around the globe that range from Nero d’Avola in Italy to Grenache in Spain and Malbec in Argentina, but only in California can we find the finest examples of Zinfandel. And when the discussion comes around to Zinfandel and experiencing all it has to offer, one is inevitably d... Read More

    From the article A Sneak Peek at ZAP Festival Zinfandels


  • Slow time in Sonoma is sometimes the best time to visit. If you want to beat the crowds and feel like you’re on a private tour of Sonoma there is no better time than the present. January through March tends to be thought of as not the best time to visit wine country. No one is picking or pruning, there’s no fruit fermenting, the sexiest thin... Read More

    From the article January in Sonoma


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