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  • When talk turns to the great California Cabernet producers of the 1980s and 1990s, the topic of conversation invariably turns to Napa Valley, with a geek genuflection to the Santa Crux Mountains. Generally overlooked and sometimes intentionally slighted are the wines of Sonoma County, but within the folds and peaks of Sonoma’s valleys lie some r... Read More

    From the article Sonoma Mountain Cabs

  • Since Vine Master Fanucci started such an interesting discussion about hillside vs. valley floor, how 'bout we tackle the virtues of old vines.Every time I've asked a winemaker if they think old vines make more complex wines they equivocate. Is this marketing hoo-hah? I've gotten replies like "old vine Zin is complex because it's usually not jus... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Old Vine Mystique

  • Its mushroom time.  We ate these with carmelized onions over grilled steaks two hours after we found them.  I'd like to read about how some of you prepare mushrooms, serve them, and pair them with wine.  Read More

    Forum post in the topic Mushrooms

  • My wife and I  went to a Wine tasting evening at our local retailer last night and we were pleasantly suprised at the wines they had on show. Being mainly a red drinker I was eager to try some whites.We sampled a Sancerre Domaine Vaheron 2009 which was wonderfully bone dry acidic and very refreshing also i enjoyed a Chilean Chardonnay Montes Alp... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wine tasting evening

  • Sometimes it's funny how a sort of group unconsciousness seems to permeate the blogosphere. Just last week I was commenting on the "progress" the wine world has seen over the past decades while writing up my notes on a recent Spottswoode vertical and then again this past week during a vertical tasting with Laurel Glen's Patrick Campbell, similar... Read More

    From the article What We've Been Reading

  • Zerba Cellars Syrah Columbia Valley 2006


    Bold, sweet red. Probably best with chocolate cake. This was my favorite wine out of all the ones I tasted in Woodinville. Read More

    Wine review by Allison Ledford

  • In recent years there has been a proliferation of wineries in the upper Midwest, including states such as Nebraska, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa and Illinois. They seem to be making a lot of wine from grapes that are unfamiliar to most of us, such as Edelweiss, Frontenac and Marechal Foch. Apparently these are grapes that are hybrids. The wineries... Read More

    Forum post in the topic williplantsman

  • Hi,I love my Italian wines and some times you open a bottle and dont drink it all so :What is the time limit on resealing a bottle of Red (Italian),What is the best type of sealer to use, plactic cap, the same cork or metal cap sealerHow should this resealed bottle be stored, fridge, cupboard ThanksClint Read More

    Forum post in the topic Re-sealing an open bottle of...

  • Hi all,I've been digging into the wonderful world of Pinot clones and I'm finding a recurring trend, I love 115 and 2A.  Unfortunately, most Pinot's are not sold with that information easily available, so I am seeking the wise council of all you dedicated Snoothers.  What wineries regularly employ these two clones, bonus points for those wines t... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Calling all Pinot Freaks

  • Fleur de Lyeth Red Blend 2011


    This wine is god awful. I usually research wine before I buy wu I went out on a limb with this one. Its just not balanced at all. I would actually buy this wine an save it to show people what a wine should NOT Taste like. Read More

    Wine review by winepolok88

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