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  • Retour Retour 2006


    HARVEY STEIMAN, WINE SPECTATOR92 Points - Focused, seamless and well defined ...the finish lingering expressively. JOSH RAYNOLDS, STEPHEN TANZER'S INTERNATIONAL WINE CELLAR 92 Points - Seductively perfumed aromas ...finely focused and pure, with excellent finishing clarity... I really like this graceful wine's subtle power and balance ... DOUG... Read More

    Wine review by LRWoodard

  • So we at Snooth central celebrated our recent move to great digs with a little night out on the town. Red wine and red meat was the order for the day so off we went to Keen's for Mutton chops and 6 bottles of wine, 3 matched sets in fact.First up we tried the 1997 Fontodi Flaccianello vs. the 1997 Felsina Fontalloro. While the Fontalloro was a p... Read More

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  • These were posed in another thread but really deserve to be answered on their own so here they are. I'll start with a few answers though some of these lack enough context to gaurantee correct responses. Anyway here I goQ&A1. Why in Bourdeaux is April the best time for barrel samples- April is a good time because the climate is still cool, good t... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Lio's questions

  • Last night was Snooth-a -thon II and we celebrated in style with some classy Cabernets from the past several decades and a few other gems thrown in for good measure!Fourteen of us descended on North Square restaurant for another wonderful night of fine food, great service and general debauchery! There was lots of scheming going on, or at least s... Read More

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  • For the first 2 weeks of June it'll be Beaujolais time here at Snooth.These are red wines perfectly suited for the transition into Summer.I am curious what you think about Beaujolais and what your favorite wines are so share your secrets with us!I'll add some notes in the coming days.Who's first to post? Read More

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  • Hey everyone, Im Lio and Im 19. I fell in love with wine about two years ago through the restaurants I was working at in Denver, Colorado, Piatti Locali and Texas de Brazil. Both of these fantastic and authentic restaurants featured exquisite wine lists featuring an amazing array of wines from all over the world. Through working as a server and ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic New to Snooth

  • I hosted a study of the Veneto for a group of wine lovers this week. It came off without a hitch and Im extremely happy with almost all of the wines. My idea was to use only ingredients that someone living in the Veneto would be able to find and so I let myself borrow some ingredients from Emilia-Romagna and Lombardy but the dishes are all ite... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Study of the Veneto: L'arco,...

  • Elderton Shiraz 2005


    it had a medium-to-deep purplish-ruby color that signaled the complexity of the wine. On the nose, I was excited by everything I found. The sweet black fruit aromasblack cherry, blackberry, blueberrydominated, but didnt overpower. Beyond the fruits, I smelled sweet spicesmostly licorice, cloves, and some powdered cocoa. Hiding behind all of ... Read More

    Wine review by Alleigh

  • Montgras Carmenere Reserve 2008


    The wine had a luscious, deep purple color and very visible legs. On the nose, there was an abundance of black fruit and baking spices aromasmostly all-spice and cinnamon. There was also just the slightest hint of vanilla. In the mouth, the black fruit flavors took a back seat to the spice cabinet, with nutmeg, cloves, and vanilla being the m... Read More

    Wine review by Alleigh

  • I understand and appreciate the whole science and reasoning behind aging wines in oak. I also really dig the idea and the tradition of it. Unfortunately, I really do not like the flavors that oak aging add to wine. I tend to enjoy the fruitier, "cleaner" reds out there such as barbera, pinot noir, and especially New York State reds. That being ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Need help with oak...

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