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  • Melons are a rite of summer. They are juicy, delicious and refreshing, and often just too big! What can you do with a whole melon before it goes all wobbly in the fridge? Well in addition to enjoying it au natural you can use it some pretty delicious recipes. Salads and salsas that are great for large gatherings, like the ones you'll be having t... Read More

    From the article Great Balls of Melon!


  • Decanting and "aerators" are often over used and often seen as amateurish to more experienced folks. Letting the wine open up in the glass and sipping it every now and again (with the wine in the bottle) is the best way to get used to drinking wine. In other words, the wine glass is the best decanter IMO.The time to decant is when you have a pai... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Thoughts about wine aerators?...


  • So I just started a wine tasting class a couple of weeks ago in college as an elective course. I am learning a lot about wine, and recently aeration, so we have been using decanters to let Cabernet Sauvignon breathe, which does get better after some minutes in the decanter. I felt like it also improved a lot an Argentine Malbec young wine.But ea... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Thoughts about wine aerators?...


  • There are some wines that even the pros can forget about. Wines that really never fail to wow when tasted but are too often missed or skipped over. Take Assyrtiko from Santorini for example. These are wines that never seem to really underperform. yes there is a range of quality and style, going from incredibly complex and detailed artisanal wine... Read More

    From the article Assyrtiko. Again!


  • So, I finally re-introduced myself to Zinfandel.  I bought a half bottle of Seghesio Sonoma '12.  I decantered it for 1 hour and ate it with spaghetti w/tomato-basil sauce.  The wine was dominated by the alcohol -- 14.8% -- and while I tasted black fruit and a very interesting roasted sage note on the mid-palate, the alcohol drive of the wine ma... Read More

    Forum post in the topic My Zinfandel Report


  • Cotes du Rhone. It’s a surprisingly well known wine in a world where the wines people are generally more comfortable with come with varietal designations as opposed to regional ones. Sure there are Chianti, and Bordeaux, but how many other regional appellations are most people familiar with? And is there any other that is exclusively focused on ... Read More

    From the article Cotes Du Rhone in 2014


  • Guido Porro Barolo Vigna Lazzairasco 2005

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    Aromatically this is on tonight, huge roses, tar, some minty herbs, medicinal base notes and a sweet edge of carob all come together nicely. In the mouth this starts out a bit closed, but surprisingly elegant already. the tannins build with air as does the fruit, though for the most part this is built on a cleansing astringency and wonderful med... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz


  • Domaine de la Bouysse Pays d'Hauterive 2009

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    Gamy, funky Syrah driven aromas fill the nose followed by great spicy notes of licorice, rosehips, camphor and dried leaf all layered over gorgeous juniper and violet laced berry fruit. A touch soft on entry, this fleshes out a bit in the mouth with clear red fruit that is gauzy and a touch loose at the edges. The flavors slowly emerge on the pa... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz


  • Chateau Pesquie Terrasses Ventoux 2012

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    A touch leafy on the nose then filling with dark raspberry/blackberry aromas along with lovely spicy, herbal base notes and a touch of licorice. Showing a hint of flesh on entry, this fills out gently in the mouth with soft tannins and good supporting acidity supporting clear and fresh red currant and blackberry flavors. Theres a little inheren... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz


  • I am very new to wine! Fell in love with the red wines in Paris. Still searching for that smooth, almost like water, quality to a red wine without breaking the bank.I'm kind of annoyed with the spicy/cinnamon finish to wines I've tried lately. I don't care for sweet, but I don't care for dry, either.  Thank you for letting me on! Susie Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello Snooth!


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