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|Region:||France » Armagnac » Côté Tariquet|
|Region:||France » Armagnac » Côté Tariquet|
A bit of raw wood greets the nose here with oaky spice. On the palate, this shows off a little liquor quality to the transparent black cherry and black currant fruit. Turning a touch creamy on the palate, this remains nicely bright and fresh on the fin...
|Region:||Italy » Piemonte » Barbaresco » Alba » Barbera d'Alba|
Smoky, ripe and complex on the nose, with deep earthy, medicinal accents to the candied black fruit and a lovely hint of chocolate liquor and chocolate covered cherry. Electric acids on attack are followed by rich,powerfully dark yet fresh fruit, unfol...
|Region:||Argentina » Mendoza » Lujan de Cuyo|
Smells a bit poo-ey, at first with a touch of funk that blows off to reveal dark earthy scents of sandy soil, almost a bit of nasty beach, fudgy, a bit odd and decidedly gamy with lurking floral tones. It’s very supple in the mouth, lovely bright fruit...
|Winery:||Kunde Family Estate|
|Region:||USA » California » Sonoma Valley|
Got this at a "take a chance" sale at a local liquor store for $3. I scored on this one. velvety nose with a little earth and chocolate. Good fruit on the palate. Dangerously smooth wine with a nice grip on the long finish. For $3 a bottle I shoul...
|Region:||Portugal » Douro|
|Varietal:||Touriga Nacional , Touriga Franca|
I know what you're thinking: A rose port? But this little gem will change the way you think about fortified wines. This lovely pink port wine is amazing is suprisingly fresh. It has a fruity, floral aroma, a silky texture, and tastes of cherry & raspb...
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I got so excited about dolcetto this year, see my report on The Return of Dolcetto, that I almost forgot about Barbera! I love Barbera. It’s a rich wine, though too often spoofed up with too much oak, but when you find an example that focuses on the fruit you get a wine that is bursting with mouth cleansing acids, rich with plummy fruit, and li... Read More
So, we have many different types of wineries with tasting rooms, right?Some are castles... (Castello Di Amarosa)Some are in peoples homes...Some are in mansions (Ledson)So on so forth...I'm interested to hear about, by far, THE WEIRDEST wineries/tasting rooms out there that should basically be in some kind of fairy tale in reality. Has anyone be... Read More
I need some help finding a under $15 Merlot. For years my go-to Merlot was Clos du Bois North Coast because it had soft tannins, lush red/dark fruit and a silky mouthfeel/finish. The '12 and '13 vintages had a spice component that I didn't like so Merlot, hasn't been in my lineup. I recently tried an Old World Merlot, Clos de la Moriette, whi... Read More
Hello Snooth friends!I found this website for beer and I was wondering if we have any equivalents for wine... if not, we should! http://www.beermenus.com/ Please let me know if you know of one, at least for New York. It may help with a frequent issue: picking the best deal on the list and having the server say it's sold out or no longer availabl... Read More
What D said.It's really not that tacky. I sold wine to a lot of restaurants in NYC. A couple times I took wine makers to dinner at restaurants owned by a guy who has a few really good restaurants and great wine bars. He will have something for everyone because he's a wine fanatic. But we still brought our own. I thanked him profusely every time ... Read More
This one has gone off topic - but it's interesting, and the service element is often tied to the wine experience, so I think it's fair game.Love your story DMCKER - you're right that such great service should be rewarded by a tip, and vice versa in your case. Servers should not be working for less than minimum wage. I feel that it shouldn't be u... Read More
Hi guys:I was at a local wine and liquor store today; I buy quite a bit of stuff from them but don't really know any of the staff. It was quite warm and I was out running errands. I decided to stop by and pick up a few bottles of inexpensive wine (sub $15) that I can use in part for cooking.I guess maybe my hand was a little sweaty or something ... Read More
California, the land of sunshine, free spirits, and big wines. Right? Yes, of course, all that is true but today we are seeing that free spirited attitude change the paradigm for wine production. Some might say that we are witnessing a return to a different style of wine. Fresher, lower in alcohol and having more in common with wines produced se... Read More
The other night I opened a bottle of Garnacha and to say the least it wasn't good at all. I ambled into the kitchen seeking a small snack. I found some Australian Licorice. I ate one piece and took another sip of wine, viola' the wine was now very acceptable to drink. I also had a small dish of chocolate pudding with chocolate chips on top. Too... Read More
Hi there!I will begin by saying I know absolutely nothing about wine! Which is why I am on this site begging for help!! Lol. I would really like to get my sister and her fiancé a bottle of wine that can age for 25 years. So my questions are: What kind of wine (I don't even have a preference) and what is the most reasonable price range? I figure ... Read More