Drink Better

860-863-5987 50 Spring St.
Southington, CT 06489
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The idea of Drink Better arose out of the desire to ease the overwhelming feeling that can occur when shopping for wine and liquor. Our plan is to help you look past the label and to venture outside of your comfort area to try wines that you may have overlooked in the past. To drink better does not mean you have to drink expensive. Sign up for our email list and you will receive special offers and insider information about what people are drinking, and how you can drink better.

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  • If you own this Bottle and would like to share it in 20 years or so...??? contact me ASAP2010 Paul Hobbs Beckstoffer to To-Kalon; Wow. Read More

    Forum post in the topic Very very nice... Wanna Share??

  • Okay, so I have been away, but I am really excited about those Fenocchio Bussia ... the '11s will probably drink better early. Speaking of Barbarescos, I asked Jamie and Chambers will be bringing in Cascina delle Rose soon.  The Tre Stelle was gorgeous, highly recommended to all. Next week I'm headed up to DCV, probably on Thursday.  I am going... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What have you bought lately?

  • There was a conversation on WB started on this topic...I had always assumed alcohol dissipated over time slowly. I believe Mike Officer posted a range, referencing one of the 1st growth chateau in Bordeaux, of 0.3% - 0.8% every 20 years. That number sounded reasonable to me, but I'm not aware of the facts surrounding this.I kind of figure old wi... Read More

    Forum post in the topic A Wine's ABV Over Time?

  • This just keeps getting better with each bottle we open. Maybe 2 left of 8. Damn fun drink! Dry Creek Schiopettino, who knew? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Whatcha drinking tonight?

  • Yeah, this is some highly regarded juice, but thankfully not over popular yet. Especially Fenocchio, Mark I'd recommend waiting for the 2011's, as those will drink much better on the younger side. These 2010's need some time! Read More

    Forum post in the topic What have you bought lately?

  • Badge,It's true that the majority of wine is meant to drink nearly immediately.  Some may require more decanting than others.  For fuller bodied reds, a few years actually is a better way to go.  Sometimes inexpensive bottles can be fantastic if you let them sit for five or six years (or more).  I have also had the opposite.  A Catena Malbec fro... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Single Varietal vs. Bordeaux...

  • Goose Bump Velvety Red 2010


    Very smooth and easy to drink red blend. White wine drinkers will find this enjoyable. Not too dry or fruity/sweet but a nice balance. Drinks better in a more slender glass, like a cab or zin, rather than a merlot or pinot glass. Read More

    Wine review by intergraph

  • Early in my exploration of wine, I settled on Brunello Di Montalcino as one of my favorites, and eventually as my single favorite. Since then, I’ve been asked many times, “Why this wine? What’s so special about Brunello?”  Some have wondered why I would have embraced a wine that they view as “big” and masculine, since people new to wine tend tow... Read More

    From the article Why I'm in Love with Brunello di Montalcino

  • With non-alcoholic wines, spirits and beers surging to the top of industry headlines, the New York Post decided to rate representatives from each of these categories in an article this past month. “One of the hottest areas in the drinking world is alcohol-free tipples: Sales of non alcoholic wine in the US jumped 5.6 percent to nearly $100 milli... Read More

    From the article Hold the Booze: New York Post Rates Non-Alcoholic Wines

  • QUOTEPardon my contrarianism, AOK, but are your really denigrating transparency in labels?  I think a lot of people might disagree with you on that.  OK, I would.  ;-)QUOTENot criticizing. Just saying that reading old world labels is not nearly as clear cut and dry as reading new world labels. You can pick up nearly any new world wine at the sto... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Aspiring wine lover

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