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  • Hi, my name is Katie, 'new' to wine, and very new to snooth. I am only 21 but my appreciation for wine is growing every day. I can't go a day with out it, in a good way. I really want to learn all I can and maybe break into the business at some point. As of now, I'm saying CHEERS to my fellow winos and the community we all share! Read More

    Forum post in the topic Newbie


  • Expectations and experience tend to soften excitement in wine, muffling the high pitch of greatness to meager moans. It can be difficult to savor the high highs once a sensory resume has been established, just as the anticipatory thrill of perfection can carve the pleasure from the stem like a critical mass. As oddly as it sounds, the Quilceda C... Read More

    Forum post in the topic 100 Point Wine, Before & After


  • Can anyone recommend some very dry white wines (available in the UK)? I have found I don't even like medium or semisweet white wine - they're okay and drinkable but I would like to find something I really like. I have come across some in restaurants but they either don't list the brand/vineyard or I forget what it was. And of course it's not li... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Very dry white wines


  • We have a full line-up of articles to touch on today, ranging from a great interview with Mike Benziger, to food and wine pairing, as well as a look at some of the great whites coming from France's Loire valley.Many of you will remember the article written just a few months back about the Benziger Family Winery, their commitment to the environme... Read More

    From the article What's news on Snooth 10/26/09


  • By Maggie Fox Wine Buyer, Gary’s Wine & Marketplace  While “green” has all but jumped the shark as a buzz-word, grape-growers and winemakers still have a long road ahead of them when it comes to environmental responsibility and holistic winemaking.  At least, that is, in the opinion of die-hards like Mike Benziger.  So is one type of certificati... Read More

    From the article Banking on Biodynamics: An Interview with Mike Benziger


  • Scuttlebutt is that Amazon has been distancing themselves from their online winesales venture since September, and that a senior account mgr for 'business development-wine' has sent around an email notifying their partners that they are out. The version of the email I saw seemed smarmily vague in its apology to its partners while making it clear... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Amazon pulls out of wine sales


  • Penfolds Koonunga Hills Shiraz-Cabernet Penfolds Australia South Australia South Australia 2007

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    First impression of this wine, its distinct nose and the well-structured yet voluptuous (what a silly word, but suits it here) body was very positive, if still a little unknown (a good australian wine? really?...). It is distinguished from old-world complexity in offering a rather straight-forward palette of berry and red fruit aromas, some coco... Read More

    Wine review by lifestylewunderkind


  • We’ve discussed how seasoning of oak affects tannins and the flavors of oak barrels, but that’s only part of the story. The biggest impact on the flavor of the wine can come from the actual manufacture of the barrels. In order to be able to bend the oak staves into a barrel shape, the insides of the staves are heating over a fire. This heat char... Read More

    From the article Wine 101- Oak Part Four: Toasty Oak and why it's not all good


  • I live in Lima (Perú) where temperature use to oscillate between 14°C (57°F) in winter and 29°C (84°F) in the summer. I have a small wine keeper set at 15°C for my red wines (I keep white wines at 10°C in other keeper). As I don´t have enough room for all the red wines, I may choose some wines to be in the wine keeper and the rest to be at room... Read More

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  • As many of you know, I  travel extensively through the Piemonte region of Italy, home to Barolo, Barbaresco, white truffles and so much more. I get to experience so much while I am there and it's now time to share some of my recommendations so that you can see Piemonte like an insider. I have broken down these travel tips into three groups and h... Read More

    From the article Wine Touring in Piemonte: Where to stay and eat


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