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A new wine bar in New Zealand called “The Auricle Wine & Sound Bar” is exploring the relationship between sound and taste. “There are strong synergies between sound and taste, with recent scientific studies confirming that what you listen to when you taste something – such as a glass of wine – has a profound effect on the perception of what you'... Read More
I absolutely love wine. Snooth is one of the reasons I love the mystique of wine because it offers me a forum to discuss wine and all of it's nuances, it's history, it's wonder, it's character, it's beauty. I work very hard at my profession even though I have scaled it down to 3 days per week. After my work I love good food and love to imbibe i... Read More
In Wales at the moment on a short break settling my daughter into her second year at Swansea University.Yesterday I popped into Supermarket in Swansea and thought I would buy a sneaky few bottles before the 25% off offer finishes. The store was jammed packed with first year Students and their parents stocking up on essentials. Whilst looking dow... Read More
Hello Snoothers!Anyone has any opinion or reccomendations on German Wines? I only know the Affentaler monkeys (They have nice bottles!) and Blue nun. So my knowledge is miserable. Please share your experience! :D Read More
I may be heading there for the first time ever.So much has been said about Bordeaux and China, methinks it's time to check it out. I have looked up images of the city and it seems mighty impressive. And the Chinese market is proving to be important for wines that are not from Bordeaux. Of over 500 wines for example to be judged blind in the Shan... Read More
May 27, 2010 at 6:43am
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I was lucky enough to attend this tasting in London earlier on in the year. It was amazing to see the NZ wines at tens of £'s stand up to (or beat) the best of Bordeaux at hundreds of £'s, and even more amazing to see the likes of Jancis Robinson and Oz Clark stumped to pick which was Kiwi and which was French! Worth having a try if you can get ... Read More
I must confess that I am drawn by the name alone... at least so far since I've never even seen a bottle with Fair Play on the label. http://wine.appellationamerica.com/wine-region/Fair-Play.htmlhttp://www.fairplaywine.com/map/map.htmlHas anyone had any experience with wines from this part of the Sierra Foothills? Read More