Drink Better Wine

+1 866-991-9463 PO Box 4109
Mt Prospect, IL 60056
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I suppose you want to know about me. Well, I'm Debra, the proud owner of the site. I started off in the restaurant business in Chicago, and have been in the wine business for years. I've had the good fortune of traveling to many of the worlds wine areas, and am proud to bring you great wines from all over the world. I carry well known labels as well as wines that you will not find in stores. This means some wines are exclusive and will not be sold in large quantities. Some of our wines are made by producers that I have personal ties with, and they have agreed to private label wines and sell them only in the US. I will take good care of you and your order. We do not have a conveyor belt operation where you will be a 1-time order and lost in the shuffle. We may call you when we run low on your wine- so that you can re-order when we have the wine in stock! Though we continually monitor inventory to ensure product availability, there are times when products may be out of stock. If that occurs, we will email Read more »

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  • Back to Muscadet!  if you are new to wine, then you may be interested in hearing what it taste like!  Right?  First of all, it is bone-dry, light-bodied and displays high acidity.  You will taste mineral and citrus.Come to think of it, this is quite a fascinating wine!Some have said that there are producers who make terrible Muscadet in bulk!BE ... Read More

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  • There is no denying that Muscadet is a wonderful wine--especially, with fresh oysters.It may be a bit early for thread drift, but here I go again.  I have posted my favorite wine on this forum multiple times.  I'll let other readers shout out my favorite.It is, in all honesty, better with food than without.  We do a lot of backyard red meat gril... Read More

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  • Look here on Snooth and you will find several Muscadet wines.I suggest that you go for Muscadet 'sur lie' wines as they have rested on the lees (yeast) for at least 6 months and better yet, up to 3 years and so have good 'BITE'!  The longer on the lees, the richer the texture.Look for SEVRE et MAINE on the bottle, as that appellation is the most... Read More

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  • I am hoping to get some input on what Aussie wine the Snooth Community is seeing on the shelves [either retail or restaurants] in your local areas.US wine in Australia is still very much limited to the bigger wine companies egArgyle Pinot NoirStags LeapBerringerEtudeOccasionly the big guns from Napa will appear on the Auction Sites.I am always h... Read More

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  • Yes, of course. That's a fair point. Often, as you say, the most significant costs of long-established European wineries were depreciated years ago.That said, too many wineries here (I live in Santa Rosa, CA, less than 10 miles from dozens of Sonoma wineries and about 40 minutes from the heart of the Napa Valley) spend far more than they need to... Read More

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  • I have actually missed not being on the Snooth forums for some years, not sure what happened but when Snooth stopped working on Explorer [well on my laptop anyway, I lost a bit of momentumBut I am still doing a lot of work in the wine industry and enjoying plenty of great wine.I am located in Adelaide South Australia and home is only an hour fro... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Time to return


  • Quite the sea change in Bordeaux as prices seem a bit more affordable these days (as opposed to the 2009 bull rush just 5-6 years ago), and it appears they have a vintage that strikes the right balance between cool and warm. Not a too hot or too cold year that is, probably the first one like it since 2008.Eyeing Grand Puy Lacoste at $53/each, Du... Read More

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  • I know what you’re thinking: When are we gonna start drinking wine? We’re getting closer, I promise you, but today I just want to run through some of the pros and cons of different styles of glassware!After getting your wine out of the bottle (and perhaps into a decanter) at the proper temperature, serving it in the proper glass is probably the ... Read More

    From the article Wine 101: Stemware


  • Ok, I recieved an email list offer from Turley. I have never tried but all I hear is that they are very good. What should I buy? Remember that we like big and structured. Let me hear it?  Read More

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  • As millennials come of age and begin exploring wine as a passion and a pastime, they are causing a tectonic shift in the wine business. The fundamentals of the business have been tacitly accepted by wine drinkers for decades -- the same varietals and regions have been favored vintage after vintage. Traditionally preferred grapes and regions are ... Read More

    From the article Millennial Wine Consumers in The United States


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