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  • Hello All,My name is David and I am new to the Snooth website and forums. Having grown up in an Italian family lifestyle I enjoy anything that deals with wine. My wife and I have been married for a short period of time, but early in our relationship she realized my attraction to wine. And now she is starting to grow a true passion for wine, but ... Read More

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  • Finally, I got a minute to join all of you. I'm glad to be here and look forward to all future ventures with all of you.I started earlier this year with a website that was a hobby (thanks to my friend WINEormous) and it just snowballed in a good way. http://ROGERLEEPAIGE.comI'm located in the Temecula Valley AVA. We have currently 36 vineyards h... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello all you Snoothinians!!!

  • Hello! I turned 21 not too long ago and was definitely determined to visit California vineyards/wineries. I decided on Paso Robles due to a family friend's recommendation. I drank wine before 21 (of course) and it was this friend that showed me them... For holidays and such she'd bring out wine to have. I don't remember too many, but I remember ... Read More

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  • The Domaine de Montille is one of those wineries whose wines tend to polarize people. Their wines make no concessions to the immediately drinkable, lush, and rich wines that are favored by many critics these days. Instead the de Montilles continue to make wines that speak of their place and season.  Traditions begun by the father, Hubert de Mont... Read More

    From the article Domaine de Montille

  • My New Year's Wine Resolution is to qualify for the Wine Century Club--I am 40 or so varietals into it so the question is can I do it? Its going to be a big challenge because I've already done all of the easy ones also I have to find and average of more than one new wine a week to try. Does anyone have any suggestions for "must try" wines or any... Read More

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  • I have been drinking wines from Santa Ynez, Central coast area for a long time and the Syrah offerings keep getting better. The most consistent Syrah, with several accolades and high scores is Tensley Syrah. As I describe it, "a party in your mouth" wine. Try some, stock up a lot Read More

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  • Sbragia Family Cabernet Sauvignon Howell Mountain Rancho del Oso 2004


    Okay, this was a great wine. On a reccommendation we drove up to the top of Dry Creek Valley, soaking in the stunning view, and already thinking it was a blessing. Then the wines came, and finally, this 2004 Monte Rosso Cab was the last we sampled but also our favorite out of many "wows." To top it all off, the winemaker and his son, Ed and A... Read More

    Wine review by sedecula

  • Simon Hoggart reviewed Roger Scruton's book I Drink Therefore I am: A Philospher's Guide in The Spectator (not WS). He had this to say: "How do you use words to evoke a flavour, an aroma, an evanescent scent? Do you simply say 'this is delicious, you should try it'? Or do you try to find the words? Sometimes the effect can be banal and even hila... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Using Words to Evoke Flavour

  • Now that a new year is upon us, it’s time to reflect a bit on the wines tasted, and enjoyed, throughout 2009. Everyone publishes their list of top wines, heck just last Friday we published a couple of lists, but about what interested you, the Snooth user. Today I want to take a look back at what interested me. I’ve put together some lists, group... Read More

    From the article GDP Wines of the Year 2009

  • I always was under the impression that non-vintage champagne and other sparklers have to be drunk shortly after release and usually never keep them more then a few months. Now a friend of mine claimed that he ages non-vintage champagne for about 5 years, as they would develop a "nuttier" and less fruity taste. So is there any advantage in aging ... Read More

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