|Region:||Italy » Tuscany|
|Varietal:||Sangiovese , Cabernet Sauvignon , Merlot , Syrah|
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Colore rosso rubino intenso. Profumo intenso e complesso che ricorda la prugna matura, il bosso e la nocciola. In bocca il vino presenta un buon corpo, rotondo con tannini morbidi e vellutati, lungo e saporito.
|Winery:||J. Pedroncelli Winery|
|Region:||USA » California » Sonoma County » Dry Creek Valley|
|Varietal:||Zinfandel , Petite Sirah|
Lots of dark berries. Good spice on the nose as well... Nice tannins. Spice comes through big time in the mouth. Good vino here!
|Winery:||Cantine dei colli berici|
|Region:||Italy » Veneto » Vicenza|
Il Dulcis in Fundo è un vino bianco da Dessert, ottenuto dall'appassimento di uve Garganega. Si ottiene così un vino di forte struttura, morbido ed elegante nel profumo e nel gusto. Un vino fresco e fruttato che si abbina bene ad ogni tipo di dolce e a...
|Region:||Italy » Tuscany » Chianti Classico » Radda|
....una delle grandi soddisfazioni/"perversioni" di un Enoappassionato, è quella di conservare i vini per riassaggiarli col tempo. Ci piace verificarne l'evoluzione, riscontrarne la tenuta. Succede a volte per caso, ci si dimentica la bottigllia in fon...
|Region:||Italy » Sardinia » Carignano Del Sulcis|
Intensi profumi di frutta rossa, in prevalenza ciliegia e prugna. In evidenza sentori di cacao, pepe. In bocca si dimostra un vino vigoroso con una bella vena acida e tannini dolci.
|Region:||Italy » Lombardy » Oltrepò Pavese|
|Varietal:||Pinot Nero , Chardonnay|
Vino ottenuto da uve Pinot Nero con generosi apporti di Chardonnay, si affina a lungo su lieviti in "cuve close" diventando particolarmente elegante e armonioso. Degustazione 14/02/08 Sentori di noci, mancorla amara e tabacco
|Region:||Italy » Tuscany » Toscano|
Un vino balsamico, dall'intenso profumo di mora, colore rosso rubino, un vino che riesce a durare nel tempo con una notevole astringenza nel palato che però viene mitigato dell'affidamento in rovere. Abbiamo a che fare con un Sangiovese, un vino antico...
|Winery:||Kangarilla Road Vineyard & Winery|
|Region:||Australia » South Australia » Mclaren Vale|
FAB fruit bomb, with a huge blast of raspberry and mint that seemed to last for days on the finish. Strong, velvety and super potent. If you are in the mood for vino with the kick of a Hawaiian Punch Very Berry juice box, it's perfect.
|Region:||Italy » Sardinia|
Un vino fruttato con un intenso finale di liquirizia. Una buona persistenza, pieno e dalla trama tanninica intrigante. Le sue uve crescono in una delle zone più belle della sardegna su terreni argillosi, sabbiosi, calcarei.
|Winery:||Casale del Giglio|
|Region:||Italy » Latium » Lazio Igt|
Vino ottenuto da uve Petit Verdot il cui aroma ricorda le more. Varietà tardiva con tannini morbidi e vellutati, che si sposano con quelli delle piccole botti di rovere dove il vino matura. in bocca è molto intenso e di media persistenza, al naso aromi...
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I was responding to an older post mentioning this event, and thought I'd start a new thread here. The East Bay Vintners' "Urban Experience" was held last Saturday (Aug 6) at the Jack London Square Pavilion in Oakland. Members of the East Bay Vintners' Alliance were invited to pour their wines at this event, along with local restaurants that ser... Read More
How much does it cost to get coverage in the Wine Advocate? Well, it looks like 100,000 euros does the trick. The Spanish publication Mercados del Vino y la Distrubucion is reporting that the region of Navarra has decided to spend just that in order to bring The Wine Advocate's Spanish critic, Dr. Jay Miller to their region. While the details of... Read More
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Some supermarkets here in the Pacific Northwest are the best places to look for and purchase wines. When I go to the store I spend time in the wine area looking, reading and using Snooth as a cell phone app to decide what to purchase. Sometimes there are few descriptors on the winemakers bottles leaving me in a quandry. I call up Snooth on my An... Read More
(Ha ha just realized it sounds like my wine is going on Spring Break in a nasty bikini or something....)Anyway, I found tucked in the back of my wine fridge a fairly nice ($40?) bottle of white wine that I had totally forgotten about, from 2007. Because I remember loving it, I'd like to share it with friends who've invited us to a nice dinner a... Read More
Watching stage one today, I saw an ad for a "virtual" TdF. Wasn't paying a lot of attention but I guess it's one of those things where you put your bike up on rollers and watch video or something. Kind of silly when the weather is as good as it has been here in the Bay Area.But the bigger reason my mind wandered was I remembered someone who dra... Read More
So who goes to a Mexican restaurant thinking about wine?Not many people, but Salpicon restaurant in Chicago is working to change that. I’ve never been to Salpicon and frankly I’ve already forgotten how I found out about it, but wow, what a wine list!I know what you’re saying. Yes, great wine list, but Mexican food can be difficult to pair with w... Read More
From my online review of Russiz Pinot Grigio 2009 at http://www.dalluva.com/wine-journal/5-italian-wines-that-know-how-to-party/I must admit, most Italian Pinot Grigio wines are too light bodied and havent impressed me until now. This one knocked my socks off.Russiz Superiore is a big producer in the Collio Goriziano DOC zone (Collio for short... Read More
Hi all,This is my first time on snooth -- stumbled across this as I was searching for advice on food/wine pairings. Can anyone help recommend 2 wines for this wedding dinner menu? I'm really talking about the main course, but in case the 1st and 3rd courses impact the exact choice/year, etc. of the wine, I've included the entire menu.Wedding is ... Read More
I've been powering through wines from Spain, South Africa, and Chile. I've got say that of all of them the Carmeneres ahve been the most surpring. You've got to like a bit of herbaceousness in your wines, which I do, but in general they were some really distinctive and intresting wines. For summer the Rose season is apon us but I have yet to be ... Read More