Vin, Vino, Wine

+1 650 324-4903 437 California Avenue
Palo Alto, CA 94306
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Vin, Vino, Wine was established in 1985 to provide Peninsula wine lovers with a source for high quality, artisan-produced wines. It is an independent, locally owned shop run by and for wine lovers. Our primary areas of expertise are the wine districts of France, Italy and California. We also offer carefully chosen wines from Spain, Australia, Oregon and New Zealand. Our goal is to provide our clientele access to the most interesting, highest quality wines available in the marketplace at each price level, from the very reasonable to the very rare and collectable. The result is a heavy bias towards passionate, small-scale producers over commercial mass market ones, because that's where we find the greatest wines and the best values. Integral to our wine shop is an in-store tasting bar. We offer six to ten wines for tasting each day, giving interested wine lovers the opportunity to sample extensively from our inventory. Our tasting bar offers the chance to experience wines from unfamiliar winemakers Read more »

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  • This is, probably, not the most compelling wine issue of the day, but it has long bothered me that restaurants might offer wines by the glass or wines by the bottle, but very rarely do they offer wines by the half-bottle.  To me half-bottles offer elegant solutions to two different dining scenarios:I’m dining alone.  I definitely want wine with ... Read More

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  • Was fortunate enough to attend a very well put together Amarone dinner in LA last night put on by a friend I met at a tasting last year. For those who don’t know, Amarone is a wine produced in Veneto, Italy, from mostly Corvina grapes along with 20-40% Rondinella and 5-25% Molinara. What makes these wines unique is that the grapes are basically ... Read More

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  • This for all Snooth members.I'm trying to introduce myself to the community, I'm an italian guy, wine lover.Check out my profile and trophies.I'm proud about the "region specialist" trophy 'cause I reviewed more than 50 wines from Italy.I also got also "wine collector" trophy 'cause my cellar contains more than 10 wines, I aim to be "Cellar Mast... Read More

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  • 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

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  • The rules of probability seem to indicate that the powers that be on this site are stealing tasting notes from members of Cellar Tracker and posting them here without proper permission/attribution.  This is my first, last and only post to ask members why they would put up with such behavior. Read More

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  • Hello Snooth,I am from Italy living in Minnesota since 2001, love wine and I am learning.I like to entertain with wine tasting and wine dinner.I would like to ask what you think of pairing Port with a Portugal chocolate cake?Thanks! Read More

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  • Hello everybody!recently I have tasted various ( differnt countries, grapes and sugar content. Btw. dry Late Harvest seems to be very interesting. Opinion based on wine of Graf Adelmann, Baden, Germany) late harvest whites in which I have discerned one common taste note - specific horseradish/nutmeg like spicyness. Today I have found it even in ... Read More

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  • Recently shared a bottle of Sangiovese with friends and thoroughly enjoyed it. Would like to explore this varietal further. Can someone offer recommendations in the $20 and under range? Read More

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  • The Boscarelli estate seems to be a work in progress. Now a lot of work certainly has been completed, from the complete replanting of the vineyards to select clones of primarily Sangiovese, though with some Mammolo, Canaiolo and Colorino along with Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah. In addition the cellars at Boscarelli have been expanded, an... Read More

    From the article The Wines of Boscarelli


  • If there is any winery that could dominate the Vino Nobile segment in the states it should be Avignonesi. They may not be the most prolific producer, but they have a multi pronged approach that is sure to garner attention. First off they may very well be best known for a wine other than Vino Nobile, their Occhio di Pernice. This is a monumental ... Read More

    From the article The Wines of Avignonesi


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