High Point Wines

(973) 835-1906 17 Park St.
Wanaque, NJ 07465
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  • With the shift to fall in full swing, it’s time to start looking at some specific wines. While I made some general recommendations in my recent Types of Wine article, I thought now would be a good idea to see what’s on the shelves.Even though it’s getting cooler I’m still not ready to surrender the summer and embrace full-throttle wines, though ... Read More

    From the article Zinfandel Tasted October 2010


  • I have some questions about suggested drink dates.How are they determined?How concrete are they?Why do they vary so much within the same variety of wine.Are they assuming proper temp, humidity and light control? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Questions about Drink Dates???


  • Perhaps Bordeaux? My schedule ios frightening, but I do have time free right around the 4th-5th-6th of November.What say we? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Shall we try another virtual...


  • If any of Barolo's communes could make the most of the powerful, dense character of the 2006 vintage it was Serralunga. Historically the home to the most austere, tannic, and unforgiving wines of the region, it's no surprise then that many producers in Serralunga were able to manage the weight and tannins of this important vintage as well as, if... Read More

    From the article Serralunga - Barolo 2006


  • If one looks to Castiglione, as I did last week, for indications regarding the overall quality of a vintage, then one can look to Monforte for signs of the cracks in that vintage. In Monforte, one finds a very broad spectrum of producers experimenting with virtually every style of Barolo known. While some producers are consistently finding their... Read More

    From the article Monforte d'Alba - Barolo 2006


  • I am hosting a Schreiner's Winers tasting Saturday and we're covering zins.  I was wondering what some Snooth favorites are.  I am looking to get 6-9 bottles from various areas and price ranges.  I already have a 2007 Plungerhead.  I was thinking something from Ridge?  Robert Biale?  Renwood, Ravenswood or Cosentino.  Thoughts? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Zin Choices for tasting


  • I only just found out thatRomanee ContiLa Tacheare actually defined as specific regions as per the international agreementsnot bad one vineyard 1.63Ha or 4 Acres and it is its own regionOnly in France! Read More

    Forum post in the topic It can only happen in France


  • So I'm just wondering......what's everyone's take on the old screw caps vs cork debate....?  How would you best describe the role of each, and overcome perceptual barriers....? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Screw caps Vs cork


  • I loved GDP's article on corkage fees, guidance, and what to expect.  I did, however, feel there were some regional/establishment level variabilities though. I will start by saying that here in the suburbs of SF bay area (CA, USA), corkage fees can be ridiculous for what you get (cheap glasses, lack of service) AND corresponding wine lists can b... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Can we talk about corkage and...


  • Let's start with a fact:A gallon of water weighs 8.35 pounds (US, not UK).How much would you estimate that a thick, viscous wine like Chateau d'Yquem weighs in comparison?  What would that ratio be like to water?If I had to take a stab- and mind you this is a bit of a stab in the dark, I would venture an estimate ratio of:1.25:1, Yquem to Water.... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Weird, conversion-like...


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