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  • Hmmmm....maybe I've been stuck under a rock somewhere, because this is a new one to me. Just ran across a "fairly" authoritative source suggesting that one method of preserving opened wine is to freeze it. I know we've debated the merits or vacu-vin, pouring off leftovers into a 375ml bottle, etc as ways to extend the life of an open bottle. ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Freezing Wine?!


  • Hi. I just joined this web-site tonight and I think I am going to like it! I love learning about wine, what I like and even what I don't. In wine tasting I have learned that my tastes usally are more than what my pocket book can afford. Any suggestions on bigger reds in the $15 to $20 range? Read More

    Forum post in the topic New to snooth!!


  • Some discussion of clones may shed light on the New World expression of Pinot Noir. I have long believed that clones explain a great deal of the diversity found in the many wines made from this globe-hopping noble grape. Terroir, vineyard maintenance and climate do not seem to fully explain the differences - at least, not to my satisfaction. ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Clones of the Pinot Noir


  • Tokaji Szamorodni Sweet 1996

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    It's a completely satisfactory wine that was really good when drunk fresh. It's got the potential to have Aszú's sweetness and smoothness but still in the developmental stage. I used to drink this when I was living in Hungary on a regular basis when I couldn't afford Aszú. No offense to the readers, it's like the really cute girl next door th... Read More

    Wine review by sleepingforest47


  • Am I the only one who thinks it would be useful for Snooth to post a number of vintage charts, going back to 1960 or so, for the most pertinent of the regions and wine types we discuss here?I've hesitated to make this suggestion before, figuring it would just mean more work for the already-beleaguered Greg DP, but it really is an essential resou... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Snooth Vintage Charts?!


  • How do you compare 2008 & 2009 Bordeaux En Primeur. Worth buying? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Bordeaux En Primeur


  • Cabernet Sauvignon My top scoring wine among these is the Malk, though the Trinitas offered alot of wine for a very price. Ultimately my personal choice among these wines is the Sausal. It's a classic old school style of California Cabernet bursting with ripe fruit and subtle notes of American oak. I love California Cabernet because it can be s... Read More

    From the article 2009 Cabernet and Merlot Round Up


  • Chateau Cos d’Estournel will forever hold a special place in my heart.  Early on in my wine-buying career I made what many may construe as a newbie’s mistake. While the 1982 Cos was available on the futures market, I chose instead to buy the 1979 and 1981. Now my reasoning was pretty sound, the 1982 was about twice the price of both the 81 and 7... Read More

    From the article Tasting Cos d'Estournel II


  • hello everyone, i'm 26,but i just started drrinking 6 months ago. with my first sip of wine i was hooked. i started buying books, bookmarking wine websites, and starting a small collection. i recently decided i am going to increase my collection size to start seriously aging some wines for enjoyment and investmment. i guess saying i decided... Read More

    Forum post in the topic new to the game


  • My last email had me in Montepulciano, enjoying the wine, and the view. It really is a wonderful view, high above the rolling fog with other hilltop villages in the distance. Enchanting. Unfortunately the time comes when one must leave Montepulciano on high, and continue on one’s way. Which in my case lead to additional wineries, and a drive thr... Read More

    From the article Italy in Nine Parts- Umbria and Montefalco


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