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  • Stored for the past fifteen years in a cool and dark place, is Millesime Brut Champagne still good?  Unopened, of course.  I assume it cannot (should not?) be resold, but we will be able to tell when we open a bottle if it is ok to drink?  Should it be at room temperature before opening, or cooled? Read More

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  • Honoring the creator of this thread, vin0vin0, who documented his experience with the 2011 version of this wine mere weeks prior to my visiting the same winery An easy wine to like.  Big fruity nose--cherry, stone fruit.  Sure enough an intense hit of cherry flavor on the tongue.  However, strong acid makes it a wild cherry or, maybe, a not quit... Read More

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  • Welcome to Snooth Esol!  Have to agree that for big, tooth staining reds, petite sirah is also my go to wine. We used to be able to find a lot of big, jammy zins in the central coast region however, they seem to be making less of these and more Rhone style blends. Another option for big reds we've liked is Grenache based blends from Priorat, Spa... Read More

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  • Just got home and opened my Secret Santa package. Verrrry nice Washington State bordeaux blend from Cadence. Seems to have been ordered and shipped from Total Wine in Raleigh NC.  I have two potential SS's that immediately spring to mind but I'll do a bit more sleuthing before I publish my guess. Read More

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  • HI everone. New to Snooth here, but would love some recommendations. Not so much on the varietals- but specific wines/vintages if you have any favorites to share.I crave the darkest, inkiest wines that you can only drink with good friends (or alone haha) because your mouth turns purple. I tend to prefer dark fruits over red, full body, fruit for... Read More

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  • Oh Redagic.  You are so doomed.  All the participants, here, were once normal human beings. Many of them "enjoyed a glass of wine with their dinner."  Now, however, they have morphed into genuine wine geeks.  Fortunately, most of us have very understanding spouses.  In my case, she might be my biggest enablerYou know that spacious rec room that ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello Snooth!

  • I wish I kept more accurate notes.  Or at least simple thumbs up or down.  I know I've had certain wines in the past as I see newer vintages on the shelves, but memory is not so good.  What really complicates it is the fluctuation in vintages.  I've had great years and fall  in love with a wine and then there's a stinker.  Or in the case the oth... Read More

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  • Thank you all for your insight.  I enjoy wine but am limited somewhat to the under twenty dollar range, under fifteen dollars in most cases. I may not often be able to partake of more exquisite wines but I think I can enjoy to the fullest what I can. I have started a wine journal in which I remove the labels and stick it to a page in a notebook ... Read More

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  • Redagic  Malbec originated in France but the taste of a wine is not only down to the grape type but also the 'terroir ' or the soil and microclimate of the spot where the vine is grown. Dmucker has made the generalisation that Argentine malbecs are 'rounder and sweeter' and Cahors is 'more tannic and acidic' but each wine is different.  Chateau ... Read More

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  • Cahors is a region in France, just as Mendoza is a region in Argentina. Argentine malbecs are generally larger, higher in alcohol, 'rounder' and sweeter. What some people call fruit bombs, though there are exceptions. The sweet fruitiness is generally what makes them so approachable by new drinkers. It's easier for the grape to produce that much... Read More

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