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  • I ran across something called Chocovino...dutch chocolate with red wine. Familiar to anyone? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Chocolate Wine?

  • It seams I recall someone commenting on the 07 vintage in bordeaux being a really outstanding year.  Was going to try and spread my wings a bit into French wines.  Can anybody confirm. Read More

    Forum post in the topic French vintage

  • Château Lanessan Red Bordeaux Blend Haut-Médoc 1975


    I had a bottle of the '75 Lanessan last night from a case I bought on initial release. At 35 years old, it has amazing life and depth of flavor. Still quite dark and with tannin yet to lose, it blossomed in the glass after about half an hour. The '75s were notoriously hard, but this one has rewarded my patience and should get even better in a... Read More

    Wine review by cellarbook

  • I'd appreciate any thoughts on a good pairing for a Tokali Aszu (5 putts) pairing for a tasting. I'm new here so thanks in advance for any thoughts. Read More

    Forum post in the topic Tokaji Pairings

  • Snap Dragon Cabernet Sauvignon California 2007


    Delicious, jammy, drink lots of me now & it won't "break the bank". Great everyday table wine. First purchased a month ago for $7 but got it on sale this week for $5.99 at CVS/Long's Honolulu. Cabernet is much better than the blend/table wine. Read More

    Wine review by honoluluwino

  • The most important weapon in every wine drinker’s arsenal is, not surprisingly, decent stemware.  By decent I don’t mean fancy, just a nicely shaped all-purpose bowl that holds at least 10 ounces. I use both Bordeaux and Burgundy stems, pictured below, but the Bordeaux bowl is probably best if you’re only going to buy one type.  By the way, I dr... Read More

    From the article Wine Accessories 101

  • Beringer 2006


    Tastes like cheap table wine, which is actually better than I expected. There are no detectable nuances in the mouth. I picked this up for my blog as an example of something bad - but I'm almost mildly impresed. Just like merlot should be - easy to drink. Still, it's really nothing special.MORE at Read More

    Wine review by redsfortherestofus

  • Hello all --We've just put up Snooth's Guide to Wine Glasses (the latest in our new series of guide pages), and it's got me wondering: how many people out there use just one sort of all-purpose wine glass, and how many have full stemware collections? How closely do you match the type of wine to the type of glass when drinking at home?    Read More

    Forum post in the topic Let's talk stemware

  • Barefoot Cellars Pinot Grigio California 2010


    I am not a fan of any of the 'Barefoot' wines. I don't understand the appeal. The chard is very acidic...very difficult to drink. You can find much better, cheaper wines that taste a heck of a loot better than Barefoot! Read More

    Wine review by skiergirl24

  • Gato Negro Cabernet Sauvignon 2012


    For an entry level wine this isn't bad. It's great to have a bottle or two in the house for a drink with dinner or while watching a movie and snacking. I agree with the other poster, it goes much better with food. There is nothing special about this wine, but it is tasty enough and easy on the wallet. Read More

    Wine review by skiergirl24

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