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  • The business side of the wine industry in California sounds like its in total turmoil:- demand for higher end (>$25) napa wines is way down: http://www.snooth.com/talk/topic/high-end-wines-are-taking-a-hit/- Many wineries have put themselves up for sale- Murphy Goode received a ton of flak for the way it mis-handled their job search process: htt... Read More

    Forum post in the topic California Wine Rumblings


  • Artevino Symphony 2007

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    Stopped by this winery due to fond memories of Martz (it' predecessor). Long story short, I ended up walking out with a couple of mixed cases. Ir is ALL good. Been taking these wines to parties and have been receiving rave reviews. THis wine is can't miss. Highly recommended. PS I work at a winery in Livermore so I know what I am talking a... Read More

    Wine review by Shomigina


  • In my last post, I wrote about the dilemma I am facing in naming my personal wine project.  I said that I am 99% sure of what that name would be.  And before I unveil it here and my reasons why, let it be said that this is no press release in the vein of Snooth's Wine Pairing application.  Kudos to the team for another quality extension of the b... Read More

    From the article An Ode to Wine Drinking History


  • I'd heard of Camel Valley Winery's reputation (award winning sparklers) since I first moved out of Cornwall over a decade ago. I was glad after all this time to get the chance to visit and meet Bob and Sam Lindo, the father and son winemaking team.Camel Valley was started in 1989 with 8,000 vines. They added 4,000 vines in 2002 and another 12,00... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Spotlight: Camel Valley Winery


  • Hello all,I figured I should probably introduce myself, or perhaps more appropriately introduce ourselves, since two people use this account.I'm Nick, and I'm from northwest Ohio (Toledo, right on the border of Michigan). I made this account for use by my girlfriend, Kat, and I as a means of chronicling our new experiences with wine. We're both ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic New to Snooth


  • Miguel Torres Cabernet Rose Santa Digna 2008

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    Full review: http://blog.oe-no-phile.com/2009/07/rose-to-kick-all-other-roses-in-teeth.htmlTasting Notes Appearance: Clear with medium+ intensity. Definitely darker/deeper than many a rosé - somewhere between rose and cranberry juice pink. Nose: Just shy of being incredibly aromatic, the youthful aromas definitely jump out. Included are gr... Read More

    Wine review by rreichert


  • So this is Part two of my official report back to all my fellow forum members that were gracious enough to give me their opinions on what were the must visit Napa Valley wineries. Moving along we have two polar opposites that both landed big scores in my book. EMH (Makers of Black Cat)I was very lucky to have a chance to taste three vintages of ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Napa Tasting Part 2 (EMH...


  • There's no rhyme or reason to this great assortment of wine, though they are all from the West Coast so that's a start. What they all share is that they deliver both a great drinking experience and super value. Reason enough to check out this selection of wines from Christopher's Wine & Cheese today. Hedges CMS White 2007 From the Hedges winery ... Read More

    From the article A wine for every taste and budget


  • I'd heard of Camel Valley Winery's reputation (award winning sparklers) since I first moved out of Cornwall over a decade ago. I was glad after all this time to get the chance to visit and meet Bob and Sam Lindo, the father and son winemaking team. Camel Valley was started in 1989 with 8,000 vines. They added 4,000 vines in 2002 and another 12,0... Read More

    From the article Spotlight: Camel Valley Winery


  • On the list of varietals produced by Agate Ridge, please add "Pinot Gris" to the list of varietals produced. I blind-tasted their 2006, and thought it was an Alsatian Pinot Gris. Probably the best domestic Pinot Gris I've ever had, and they have retained high quality with this varietal since. Read More

    Forum post in the topic Agate Ridge (Southern Oregon)...


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