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Greg, you were right when you said it's tough to keep a forum going. Though this does seem to be an especially slow week all over the place...on the road, in business, etc. good to see people take some time out. Read More
Yes GT, currently the exchange rate is actually in favour of most currencies as the Government bring in an unpopular budget to reduce the deficit. However I doubt that your local wine shop will reduce the price of Grange. You are more likely to see it in one of those "critter" wines.I think that the premise that Bordeaux en primeur price is alwa... Read More
Let me start by saying I pretty much drink chardonnay from France or California. If it's 90% butter and little else, I'm out. If it tastes like lemon juice and weeds, I'm also out. If California, I'm looking for nicely developed fruit profile without so much oak that it taste like I'm sucking on a tree. I like Peter Michael chardonnay ***a lot**... Read More
This is the final part in a three part series on wine prices over the past decade. Part one, with an introduction and a look at the wines of Piedmont can be found here, while part two, focusing on the wines of both Tuscany and the Rhone Valley can be found here. Today I’ll be wrapping things up with a look at the big boys, Burgundy and Bordeaux.... Read More
Okay. This question might be stretching the boundaries of what should be discussed in writing. (Ummm... actually, this question clearly crosses the boundary of what should be discussed in writing, but what the hell...)Where (or to whom) do experienced Snoothers go to get the inside scoop on wines that are cellar worthy but have yet to be profe... Read More
I love yellowtail wines but these foam corks are very hard to remove please go back to the original cork corks . Thank You Sue. Read More
Hey Snoothers, I was curious to know where people are buying their wine when online? Read More
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
All, We're doing a three part series on the impact of wine labels on branding, image, identity and the consumer's reaction to all of that. You can see part 1 here:http://www.nwwineanthem.com/2012/02/look-of-label-3-part-series.html Part 2 & 3 will feature winemakers and wineries discussing their labeling strategy and part 3 will explore the imp... Read More
Hello everybody! I'm Stephanie, new here to Snooth. I'm 29 an have been tasting wine since I was about 16. I fell in love the first time I tried it, kind of unusual I know, but same goes for coffee hehe. I work at a beautiful winery here in Augusta, MO (Mount Pleasant Winery). It is hard for me to say my favorite wine is...?? I love reds, ... Read More
Mar 10, 2011 at 8:42am
In my travels, this shop has really set the standard for me for sellers...I find the owners to be extremely helpful, and can order anything you would like...They have worldly wines to homebound wines...