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  • Nobody likes getting shorted on their next glass of chard. This past Friday, FOX News reporter Stephanie Miskew reviewed the finer points of the wine pour, exploring the various categories of wine and corresponding rules for how much wine should be dropped into your cup. “Is there such thing as a standard pour of wine at a restaurant?” Miskew as... Read More

    From the article FOX News Offers Poor Man's Guide to Proper Pours


  • Nobody wants that Super Tuscan to shatter at 30,000 feet.  This past week travel experts Fodor's gave wine drinkers helpful tips for storing and shipping their wine while traveling, offering relief to those who fork over a small fortune to bring home European classics.  “As your luggage is handled by various people and jostled on planes and conv... Read More

    From the article Flying High: Travel Site Gives Tips on How to Pack Your Wine While Traveling


  • I'm on a big Sangiovese binge right now! Here is an incredible Chianti Classico from Costco (yes, Costco) that clocks in at 7 bucks.  This is from Cafaggio and spends 24 months in 2nd use French Oak and another 5 months in bottle before release.  Where else are you going to find that kind of quality for less than 10 dollars?  How about less than... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Whatcha drinking tonight?


  • “Elegance” isn't the first word that comes to mind with the current craze of hyper-decanting, a process by which wine is blended for 30 seconds to add – allegedly – five years of aging. “Efficient” may be a better descriptor. Yesterday ABC News published a story and an accompanying video of the news outlet's attempt to test the theory behind hyp... Read More

    From the article ABC News Puts Decanting To The Test With Expensive, Cheap Wines


  • Greetings,We have an old bottle of wine that we have very little knowledge about. I'm hoping that someone on this site might be able to enlighten us. Thanks in advance,Donna Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello Snooth!


  • The Ruffino virtual tasting was perfectly timed to synch up with two great bicycle races in Italy.  The Strade Bianchi and Tirreno-Adriatico both cut through Tuscany, which is one of my favorite Italian wine regions.The most recent Lucha Vino match honors the Strade Bianchi, a fabulous one day race that incorporates 10 sections of white dirt roa... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Washington takes on Ruffino


  • The last time this bottle felt the movement of its cork, the South was battling the North and Abraham Lincoln was president of the United States of America.  A panel of tasters at this past weekend's Charleston Wine + Food's “From Deep Below: A Wine Event 150 Years in the Making” said the wine probably should've stayed that way. The vino event w... Read More

    From the article Crabs, Gas & Vinegar: Shipwrecked Wine Uncorked in South Carolina


  • Turkish wines aren’t exactly at the forefront of our collective fine wine consciousness in the West. That’s a shame, because in Turkey we are seeing one of those pleasant ironies that often crop up in the wine world: an ancient wine producing region that is re-emerging as a quality player in the modern wine market. And when we say “ancient” here... Read More

    From the article What You're Missing: Turkish Wines


  • I got a flat tire riding home from work today so I was the exact opposite of Out There.  I only caught the last 15 minutes of the VT.I opened the DOCG first and it was pretty thin and tart.  About 1/4 inch of cork was showing out of the neck of the bottle, so I wonder about my bottle.  I am letting it site for a day and then will try it again.I'... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Virtual tastings and rumors...


  • It's been said that Greeks are the biggest fans of Greek wine and that the rest of the world isn't missing out on anything if they say no to vino from the land of Mt. Olympus. However, a recent story by The Wall Street Journal wine guru Will Lyons said that it may be time to rethink what you known  (and don't know) about the many-isled Mediterra... Read More

    From the article Greek Means Good: WSJ Reporter Hails Ancient Country's Wines


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