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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  • I like a good vintage port over a tawny or brandy fortified port, it just seems to taste a little bit better - not as sweet as you get from the brandy fortified ones Read More

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  • To begin with, Australian Chardonnay wine has improved significantly over the years!As I understand it, Australian winemakers are busily introducing new styles.I had new Aussie chards recently and concluded that they are really good, in my very humble opinion!These lovely chards are the result of more careful soil selection and well-considered s... 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 mentioned several days ago how much of a fan of good Burgundy chards I am. I'm also all that for good French SBs, whether from the Loire or the Graves. With all the other options out there, and many people wanting to talk about new finds, old standards tend to get ignored and even dissed with new drinkers not even being aware of what they offe... 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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  • Pinot is a tough gig for producersNot just low yields, fickle grape, fickle and hard to make, but also it can take ten years to get the clonal mix right for the region.Stephen George who created Ashton Hills in the Adelaide Hills and regarded as one of our best Pinot makers, says it took ten years, a lot of hard work and constant investment to g... 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

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