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  • Vine age has to be one of my favorite, controversial arbiters of wine quality (next to native yeasts). I strongly believe that my favorite region of the wine world, Chateauneuf du Pape, benefits greatly from the century old Grenache vines that dug their roots in the ground sometime before World War One. Well how old is old? According to Lenz Win... Read More

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  • Adios Tempranillo, Hello Cabernet!GTi makes the switch to Cabs and wait till you see what we'll be tasting this Thursday. A vertical of Gundlach Bundschu to commemorate their 150th anniversary! There will be a poetry slam sponsored by the winery all day on Thursday, 151 words or less on why wine moves you, and we'll be tasting along with the win... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Post your Cabernet GTi notes...

  • Mondoro Moscato Moscato d'Asti 2009


    While engaged, me and my fiancé wanted to find a champagne that we would like to drink at our wedding. We didn't like Brut. Extra Dry was only slightly better. We went to a tasting where one of the stewards there recommended we tried an asti. So the most popular was Martini & Rossi Asti Spumanti. It was a step up, but still not very enjoy... Read More

    Wine review by Grueny

  • Bluemont Vineyards Norton the Pig NV


    Though I have noted this "neutral" to taste, don't discount this as an up and coming Norton winery. Wonderful location with a commitment by its owners. This young wine was enjoyable to drink, but it did not exhibit true character of the Norton grape as with other vineyards with older more established vines. I believe with only a couple more y... Read More

    Wine review by rhodies

  • Why do you think is the red german wine called Dornfelder not so popular like others Read More

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  • Concha Y Toro Trio Sauvignon Blanc Casablanca Valley Chile 2007


    **This was suppose to be posted under the 2007 Concha Y Toro Shiraz Frontera ** mass produced wine from Concha y Toro. Runs about $8-$9 for a magnum. Medium bodied with a meaty mouth feel. Hints of black pepper and other spices with a burnt or roasted background taste. Subtle bu... Read More

    Wine review by tabednar

  • One of the things we've noticed is that there is a great distance between you, ... you find the best deals and drink better wines.The newest member of Snooth's family is the Wine of the Day.The wine of the day highlights a limited time deal from a Snooth winery or retail partner. Get a quick recommendation for a great value wine, order online ... Read More

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  • I just received a selection of wine and am dying to try a bottle. I have always thought that you should leave any wine to settle for about 3 days after transport before drinking it.It this true? How much would it impair the taste?Does anybody out there know the answers?Thanks Read More

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  • After much anticipation Snooths OTBN was apon us! We were meeting in the wonderfully elegant Deco Room at North Square Restaurant here in New York City to celebrate, well, celebrating! That is, of course, the point of OTBN. Begun a decade ago precisely in order to give people the reason to celebrate and open that special bottle that had always s... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Open That Bottle Night 2009...

  • Pascual Toso Malbec Maipu Vineyard 2007


    since i started buying wines at less at $13 dollars a bottle...i was favorable impressed with this malbec. goes well with most foods. easy to drink. agree that it will probably age even better, but like it now, especially for the price Read More

    Wine review by teeveegal

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