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  • It was one of those rare 24 hour periods (near enough anyway) without a post. Could imagine others peering in and moving on, as I was, and apparently Paul.Al, speaking of sick, I've had a soar throat (post nasal drip as the doc called it) for nearly two months now. I've been soldering through it, drinking a decent amount along the way, but I dec... Read More

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  • Here's a thought worth discussing. Why do people buy current release wines, mostly Cali cabs and Bordeaux, that are more expensive than properly mature bottles of the same wine?Let me take a shot at this, and this is along lines similar to Outthere's response.Because it's easy.You know I'm an iconoclast, Greg.  I truly believe that many people d... Read More

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  • I'm back. Why not for a seinfeldesque post about nothing!Here's a thought worth discussing. Why do people buy current release wines, mostly Cali cabs and Bordeaux, that are more expensive than properly mature bottles of the same wine?Just something I ponder as I get shilled ever more expensive new releases. On another note, I'm going to add a vi... Read More

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  • Welcome Ellen.  My wife Sandra and I enjoy the California reds, the Oregon Pinots and yes, even Virginia wines.  We now belong to 10 wine clubs and so the wine keeps coming throughout the year, along with our separate purchases here and there.  Haven't yet been up to the Finger Lakes region however, but it's on our list.We are heading to Washing... Read More

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  • Welcome Ellen, nice first post (a big rarity around here at Snooth).I've been thinking about some of the same themes you mention here, like wines in the $30 - 50 range, and the big field of dry wines, with some toward the sweet side and other dry wines very savory.The dry wines of much of Italy and Spain (Chianti, Piedmont/Barolo or Barbaresco, ... Read More

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  • Well, our small dinner party turned into around a dozen people, mostly friends of our daughter.  They kept to themselves in other rooms but we grilled up a lot of chicken that was shared.  So our friend Jim did opt for a Pinot Noir from our wine cellar, especially after I had one open from J. K. Carriere in Willamette Valley.  He selected a Doma... Read More

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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

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  • Long time lurker on both Snooth and Wine Berserkers. Why I decided to post now, I am not sure. Lover of California red wines particularly Zins and Cabs. Just getting into Pinots. Hate spending more than $50/ bottle. My comfort level is between $30-$40. Small wine cellar ( about 100 bottles) because we tend to drink what we buy.I do not feel that... Read More

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  • We talked a lot about sparkling wine last week but there is a lot more to cover. The biggest sparkling wine day of the year, New Year's Eve, is right around the corner. Opening a bottle of sparkling wine can be a a dangerous proposition. There's a lot of pressure under that cork! But if you like living on the edge, there's always sabrage. When t... Read More

    From the article Holiday Sparkling Bottle Pick List


  • White wine with fish and red wine with meat, right? Sparkling before still before sweet—but the dessert needs to be sweeter than the wine. With so many rules, it’s a wonder we manage to relax and have a good time. Who needs them? I certainly don’t, and you don’t, either. The goal is to drink something that tastes good while having a good time. I... Read More

    From the article The First Rule Of Wine Drinking Is: There Are No Rules


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