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  • It’s rare to taste a wine that is over a century old. Rarer still is it to taste one that has been kept in the same place for 150 years and that comes from pre-phylloxera vines. When Scion was first mentioned, it seemed almost unreal. A wine from the year that the Bordeaux wine Châteaus were first classified, a piece of history. Phylloxera notor... Read More

    From the article Tasting Scion: A Piece of History


  • My daughter is going to Italy (Rome) at Easter and she wants to bring me back a bottle or two  as a present.  Any suggestions !  Read More

    Forum post in the topic Roman Gift


  • Since I joined Snooth in November 2010 my list of recommendations from you all has grown and grown, i am trying to make my way through the list but considering i only get through about 1 or two bottles a week it's going to take me a long time. Although I cannot speak about wine as eloquently as most of you the knowledge and advice that's been gi... Read More

    Forum post in the topic A little Thank You !


  • We all have to start somewhere. Many of us start where it’s most easy, and that usually means sweet! There’s nothing wrong with starting on White Zin and inexpensive German wines. They all serve a purpose as gateway wines!Each person’s path of wine discovery is a unique and distinctive journey, but many people have been down this road and some t... Read More

    From the article The 7 Steps to Wine Geekdom


  • So I've been drinking wine since I was a kid, but I have no idea what the right answer to this question is, and it just occurred to me as I poured a 2003 Bord the other night. I store my wine laying on its side.  (duh!) The sediment settles on that side of the bottle and, because the fill level is high, up the neck.  A day or two before opening ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Sediment in the neck


  • having trouble finding a lot of information on wines from Mexico. What's good, what to avoid, and if possible... any secrets to finding them in Washington, DC area? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Mexican wines


  • Hi all. New to wine, but a long time Homebrewer and Mead maker. I guess wine was the next logical step, but I'm not going to be making my own as the juice is way to expensive. Still exploring to find out what I like, so let the adventure begin!!!! Read More

    Forum post in the topic New Wino......kinda


  • Too bad there's not a category like "Wine and Celebrities" that I could post this in, and you all could ignore, but NapaGirl wanted me to expand after I name-checked in another post.  I bet there are other stories more interesting, but I'll invite them by kicking it off here.I cultivate obscurity, but my wife is a pioneer in her field, so she ge... Read More

    Forum post in the topic My Dinner with Michael...


  • As per the prior conversations I have initiated re: St Emiliion "mustiness"... well...I have to chalk that up to a bad bottleI just opened my SECOND 2005 Dassault St Emilion.  It was FANTASTIC.  In comparing with a CA cab, I would say, it opened with such an earthiness, some coffee, a TAD, TAD bit of green pepper, and finished nicely, although d... Read More

    Forum post in the topic 2005 Ch. Dassault St...


  • The Feiring LineAlice Feiring has made a name for herself as a somewhat controversial, straight-talking wine writer who calls them as she sees them. I can't say I always agree with Alice, but that's not the point of this great pursuit of ours. After all, having differences of opinion makes us human and gives us something to talk about.We all thi... Read More

    From the article What We've Been Reading


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