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  • Vinho Porto, Porto, or simply Port is a fortified wine produced solely in Portugal’s Douro Valley.  Five indigenous grapes are mainly used for Port production, Tinta Barroca, Tinta Cao, Tinta Roriz, Touriga Francesa, and Touriga Nacional – and the fermentation process is stopped when a neutral grape spirit (basically a brandy) is added to the wi... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Port the Perfect After Dinner...


  • Hi, a good friend will be at SanFrancisco next days, we have shared thousands of good bottles and we have plan to use this work travel to find (and buy) some good wines from California. We are not into California wines, just know and taste some world famous names like Mondavi. I'm asking u some advices about really good bottles, price is not a b... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Advice for California


  • I’m kicking off 2012’s first Global Tasting Initiative with Zinfandel, one of my favorite domestic wines and one that seems to be too easily dismissed by many self-proclaimed wine experts. The truth of the matter is that Zinfandel is almost a uniquely American phenomenon, though the grapes are the same as those grown as Primitivo in Italy.  You ... Read More

    From the article 2008 Sonoma Zinfandel


  • So, in an effort to return to being more of a presence here I'll start posting some new threads. I'm also going on vacation, I know imagine that, so I may not be able to answer everyday next week, but I'm gonna try.What was your wine(s) of the year?I'm digging through my notes to find mine. I have several lined up, a few of which will be rolled ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wine of the year?


  • When I introduced myself to Snooth, last spring, I mentioned that my brother-in-law had gifted me with a bottle of wine that he'd picked up on one of his fishing expeditions to Baja California--Casa Pedro Domecq 2007 Reserva Real, a blend of Barbera and Ruby Cabernet.  I asked if anybody on Snooth had any experience with this or Mexican wines in... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Pretty Good Mexican WIne


  • I am about to open a Wine Store and I am at that point where almost all of the Predictable wines have been ordered.  Some of these wines are very good, nothing wrong with being on every other wine store.  However, I would love to be able to offer to my clients wines that are perhaps made on smaller quantities but of very good quality and both, a... Read More

    Forum post in the topic I want to start a Wine Store....


  • Hello All! I am a 23 year old recent graduate who is hoping to start a small wine collection. I just purchased an 18 bottle cooler and am hoping to get some insight as to some decent value buys that I can hold on to. I enjoy sauvignon blancs, pinot noirs, cabs, chiantis and the occasional pinot grigio.  I am looking at spending about $50 a month... Read More

    Forum post in the topic New to wine, looking for some...


  • Read a snipet in Decanter magazine recently stating that the production of Italian Prosecco will grow five fold in the next two decades, doubling in the next two years according to producer Bisol. The US apparently can't get enough with sales of 2.3m bottles in 2010.I must admit there is a big promotion here in th UK for Prosecco at the moment, ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Prosecco


  • Some 6 years back I bought 2 bottles of a wine called Camarato from Villa Matilde. 2001 vintage.About a 2 years ago I opened the first bottle and was just blown away. Since then I have been very curious on anything Aglianico (though Camarato its actually a mix containing also 20% Piedirosso). Not that I find them around too much, but none the le... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Aglianico - is it just me, or...


  • I recently heard that in addition to its contribution to the flavor and complexity of wines, that oak was also an effective anti-oxidant, helping the wine to age gracefully for longer periods of time. Also, that sediment in older wines had to do with the oak.It prompted me to search for some additional articles or info on oak. Found this random ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic All about Oak


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