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  • This show specifically deals with Rhone varietals produced in the USA.  Most are produced in California, some in Oregon, and a few in other states as well.  Heavily represented was the Paso Robles area of California, which is bringing Rhone varietals to the forefront of California wine drinking. One of the challenges of that region is the climat... Read More

    Forum post in the topic My fav (US) Rhones from...


  • I have always wondered who is in charge of selecting the wines for official ceremonies and receptions in the Vatican and how they set the criteria for wine selection. Does the Pope pair the wines by himself?One would assume that the final selection would consists of several fine Italian wines likeFrascati, an ancient white wine born in the Roman... Read More

    Forum post in the topic The pick o' the Pope


  • I ran across something called Chocovino...dutch chocolate with red wine. Familiar to anyone? Read More

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  • Anderson ValleyOverviewTo the majority of the world the term California wine means Napa wine.  This is even true for the majority of the United States.  Napa has done a great job at promoting itself and California wine.  This promotion does come at some cost.  The cost is the fact that other smaller regions go largely unnoticed by the general wi... Read More

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  • It seams I recall someone commenting on the 07 vintage in bordeaux being a really outstanding year.  Was going to try and spread my wings a bit into French wines.  Can anybody confirm. Read More

    Forum post in the topic French vintage


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    Yet another really good south african wine! This one is tasty and really interesting. It's rich and has a good mouthfeel. I like this one all by it's self. It's 50% bordeaux but the blend in it mellows it out just enough for me. Read More

    Wine review by dante filippelli


  • I'd appreciate any thoughts on a good pairing for a Tokali Aszu (5 putts) pairing for a tasting. I'm new here so thanks in advance for any thoughts. Read More

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  • The most important weapon in every wine drinker’s arsenal is, not surprisingly, decent stemware.  By decent I don’t mean fancy, just a nicely shaped all-purpose bowl that holds at least 10 ounces. I use both Bordeaux and Burgundy stems, pictured below, but the Bordeaux bowl is probably best if you’re only going to buy one type.  By the way, I dr... Read More

    From the article Wine Accessories 101


  • I have been getting a kick out of seeing reviews lately on the same wines by the Snooth crew, Phillip, Mark, Carly Wray & GDP.  It reaffirms how differently everyone experiences wine, as the notes on nose and palate are hugely varied and in many cases, very different experiences.It reminds me that tasting without review/notes in front of you wil... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Such variation!


  • I love traveling to where a wine is made. The chance to experience life among the vines -- smelling the earth, meeting the makers, and visiting the cellars -- can make for a thrilling few hours. Of course, the people I may be travelling with are usually bored to tears after the first visit, and by the third visit are preparing to mutiny! So wha... Read More

    From the article Visiting the Loire Valley


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