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  • Last week was a bountiful week for this Barolo lover. Not only did I enjoy a great Oddero dinner with friends and Isabella Oddero in attendance, but I was able to follow that up with an old Barolo dinner on Sunday and an extensive tasting of the offerings from the Ceretto family’s holdings in Piemonte, Bricco Rocche, Bricco Asili and Monsordo Be... Read More

    From the article Taking another Look at Ceretto

  • I thought about this after seeing the 88 point score that Suckling gave to the Felsina Chianti Rancia 2006. You put that against Antonio's 95 point score and it really makes me wonder if critics ever have the desire or opportunity to compare notes. If it was me that gave a new wine 95 points, I'd really want to know why the other critic saw it... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Do critics talk...

  • Hi,Im looking for some recommendations to try some French Malbecs Can anyone recommend any in the $20-$30 range?thankyou Read More

    Forum post in the topic Cahors & Bordeaux Malbec...

  • A friend and I decided to see wine country while it was just about harvest season, so there'd be grapes on the vines. She had been once before on a planned tour of about four places all in south Sonoma. We opted this time to rent a car and drive ourselves so we could hit the places we wanted to visit.I learned some valuable things, so if you'r... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Visiting Wine Country

  • The question was asked on Snooth forums, “Where is the world’s best wine tour?” It started me thinking on where to begin with that. How to compare the manicured perfection of a Loire chateau with the rustic beauty of the Margaret River with the unmistakable terracotta hills of Chianti and Barolo and the easy-going efficiency of the Napa Valley? ... Read More

    From the article Wine Tours- of Frogs and Princes

  • Need a little help on this matter. My wine guy suggested many wines to me most out of tanks, like it was better than sitting in oak. Can someone explain the main differences. My take so far is that American oak gives a Vanilla flavor to the wine(is this right or wrong)? And why do the French think their oak is better? Thanks Read More

    Forum post in the topic Oak vs. tanks

  • Le Fooding, a benefit event with all proceeds going to Action Against Hunger will be taking place this weekend, September 25 and 26 here in New York. Le Fooding will be celebrating the best of New York while bringing a bit of Paris to our shores. With 12 chefs, three mixologists, two butchers, one ice-cream maker, two DJs, 15 graphic designers, ... Read More

    From the article Le Fooding 2009

  • Please help. I'm a novice looking to upgrade my knowledge of wine. I enjoy the aromas, tastes and textures of wine for years, but my dilemma is the lack of conversation. In anyones opinion what would be five good topics to indulge on to start with? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wine conversation

  • Veuve Cliquot is an Iconic brand of Champagne. From the instantly recognizable orange label, many people simply ask for the Champagne with the orange label, to the Tete de Cuvee; La Grand Dame, their wines are sought out the world over. With a history spanning 3 centuries, the house of Veuve Clicquot has been at the forefront of numerous advance... Read More

    From the article An Interview With Dominique Demarville - Cellermaster Veuve Clicquot

  • I'm new to wine drinking and live in Fredericksburg, VA. I never realized that Virginia has so many wineries! I've been to a few and so far I like Marterella the best. Good atmosphere and good wine. My wine taste so far has been leaning towards mostly white wines. Any advice on good places that serve/sell wine in my area and on Virginia wines wo... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hi, I'm new

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