Classic Wines

(706)453-4180 1210 Commerce Dr # 115
Greensboro, Utrecht
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  • A visit to Terrabianca Terrabianca is a medium sized winery in the heart of the Chianti region, in Radda, located just north of Sienna. It is owned by a German, Roberto Guldener, who now lives in Chianti, and who has strong historical ties to Italy. He also lists himself as the viticulturalist. The winemaker is Vittorio Fiore, a well-known and h... Read More

    From the article A Bootful of Wine - A Visit to Terrabianca


  • This year I got the opportunity to participate in a winery employee project. Me and a few of other employees at Loxton Cellars got half a ton of Syrah grapes to make our own wine from. Well do all the work and well make all the decisions. What does this have to do with Gundlach Bundschu? Well, it means that I am in Sonoma more often and not ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Gundlach Bundschu Visit ......


  • In my recent "Introducing myself" (see Fullbottle) I inadvertently (well, not really) mentioned my love for the sparkling shiraz (fomerly sparkling burgundy but we are not allowed to call them that any more) that we in Australia can produce so well. Mainly made from shiraz, but with a few from merlot, malbec and chambercin, these wines go throug... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Oz Sparkling Shiraz (and...


  • I was messing around on Domaine547, somehow stumbled onto Snooth, and dove right in. Long time beer/cocktail drinker, but wine manages to slip in now and then. Just wanted to say hi to everyone, but instead of the usual "hi I'm new/welcome newbie" thread, I thought any repliers should also toss in their favorite red wine, and maybe a little tidb... Read More

    Forum post in the topic "Hi My Name Is" / Favorite Red


  • My first foray into this sort of discussion group, but my love of the Bucchanalian pleasures in life and the quality of this site have moved me. I am Australian (Sydney), and rate myself as an enthusiastic amateur in winetasting and experience - still learning and enjoying new discoveries after 20+ years. My experience is mostly with Oz wine, wi... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Fullbottle


  • From another thread:GregT: " Oh it makes my ears bleed. I need to go and drink a bottle of Sang de Cailloux"Dmcker: "So what's the 'terroir' for the blood of stones? Great naming for a domaine. Too bad you can't really get away with that type of name in English. Guess we have to suffice with 'Big House' or 'Suckfizzle' or '10 Minutes by Tractor'... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Best and worst names for...


  • Would be interested in hearing from people here about any redwine and fish, crustacean, mollusk, etc. combinations they/you have found to work successfully. Having been initiated at the beginning of my wine tippling into the traditional white-for-fish, red-for-meat school of thought, I've since found that several reds and roses can work just fin... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Seafood and Red Wine


  • Kamari Black Label Reserve 2007

    Snoothrank:

    If this Black Label Reserve were a 1940s pin-up queen, it would be likened to the grace and sheer beauty of none other than Bettie Page. A blend of four classic Bordeaux varietals, she's sure to delight and fill your glass with her voluptuous nature.The Black Label Reserve is the ultimate Washington wine experience. Blended from wine made from t... Read More

    Wine review by winegirlwines


  • Hi Snoothers,I am from Amsterdam, Netherlands and have recently become intensely fascinated by wine. Did a wine course during the spring and have taken the advice of my teacher (make good wine mileage) very seriously.French and German wines have been my primary "study objects" thus far, but I am adding new regions / countries to the mix continuo... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wine mileage


  • Expectations and experience tend to soften excitement in wine, muffling the high pitch of greatness to meager moans. It can be difficult to savor the high highs once a sensory resume has been established, just as the anticipatory thrill of perfection can carve the pleasure from the stem like a critical mass. As oddly as it sounds, the Quilceda C... Read More

    Forum post in the topic 100 Point Wine, Before & After


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