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  •      (Inspired by a recent Snooth Facebook post)  It is commonly believed that wines grown on a hillside is superior to wines grown on the valley floor because of the limiting soil conditions on the hillside & the deep soil on the valley floor.   One BIG BIG BIG problem is that for the most part folks believe it is that simple & the marketi... Read More

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  • I am seeking to expand my knowledge of French wine, so I am looking for Snoothers' recommendations for a french white that would work with a variety of foods at one meal. Is their a white equivalent, for example, to Pinot Noir that tends to be food friendly across a wide spectrum? I know there isn't one single wine that works perfectly, just cur... Read More

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  • Y'all at Snooth should have a better feel for this than most of us. This article says $15.00/bottle is the new $40.,0,1196.story Read More

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  • This past Wednesday we were lucky to have hosted a fine tasting of Juslyn’s Estate Cabernet Sauvignon with Managing Partner and General Manager Stephanie DeMasi. With such a small business, production is hovering around 1300 cases total and the estate vineyard is a mere eight acres, it’s easy for a GM to know the ins and outs of the operation, a... Read More

    From the article Juslyn Vertical Tasting

  • Anyone see the original article on this one? As Warren asks, which wines? Which consumers? Good pot stirrer! Read More

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  • My first of this kind....  Bought it at a great wine shop in Oakland.. wine mine.  They said this was a very different wine, and to try it.  Well, I like it!  I didn't know what to expect, but I got nice red fruit, vanilla, somewhat earthy taste, followed by, what tasted to me, like white pepper (which I LOVE LOVE LOVE).  I tasted it sans food, ... Read More

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  • Cantine Cipressi Molise Rosso Mekan 2006


    MACCHIAROSSA 2006D.O.CTINTILIA 14/4/11$32.00 AUDark almost black in colour. The nose doses not give much away, aromas of confectionary that soften and blow away quickly. Confectionary flows through to the palate. (Something I dont like at all) Dry tannins quite lean with sour cherry and cedar followed by a dry finish.The wine has been breathing... Read More

    Wine review by Michael at MAX

  • I am fortunate to have spent more than my fair share of time tasting and talking with Luca Currado. Luca, as you may know, is the winemaker of Piedmont’s Vietti winery. This is a family affair: Luca’s mother, Luciana, is the Vietti in the family, having married Alfredo Currado in 1952. I’m fortunate to have met Alfredo and shared a glass with hi... Read More

    From the article Family-run Winemaking in Piedmont

  • 2008 Feudo Maccari Saia Nero d’Avola, $30Woody and raw on the nose, with a harshness that obscures attractive spice and herb tones. A touch of rounded sweetness on entry gives it an almost opulent feel. There’s some nice, powerful raw materials here and the wine does exhibit a fine combination of power, balance, elegance and focus; but it’s all ... Read More

    From the article 20 More Nero d'Avolas to Try

  • "-- The 2007 ----- is 100% Tinto Fino aged for 24 months in French and American barriques. A glass-coating opaque purple color, it emits a super-fragrant bouquet of pain grille, pencil lead, Asian spices, black cherry, and blackberry. Dense and opulent on the palate, this loaded effort is succulent, pure, and exceptionally lengthy. It will evolv... Read More

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