|Region:||USA » New York » Suffolk County » Long Island » North Fork|
|Varietal:||Merlot , Cabernet Franc|
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Great local wine at a very fair price. Flavor changed to more of a merlot on Day 2.
|Region:||France » Bordeaux|
|Varietal:||Merlot , Cabernet Franc , Cabernet Sauvignon|
medium bodied with appealing red fruits, smokey dark cherries and chocolate. After an hour or two of decanting the wine gains a bit more flesh, with more ripe fruit. This wine is fresh and well balanced. Excellent Value!
|Winery:||Ca' Momi Wines|
|Region:||USA » California » Napa County|
Delicious, cheap, and goes well with food. What more can I ask from a wine?
For more information and to find out how to find this wine near you visit, www.ourniche.com
|Winery:||Hijos de Antonio Barceló|
|Region:||Spain » Castilla y León » Ribera Del Duero|
a hearty wine, full bodied and tannic, needs time, a little chewy, but will be even more incredible once it ages a little more
|Region:||USA » California » Napa|
Nice minerality, fair amount of tots. Wish there was more cream. Still very nice aperitif wine.
|Region:||USA » California » Sonoma County|
|Varietal:||Grenache , Syrah , Mourvèdre|
OOOOOO so nice. Aptly named. I'll be drinking more of this wine.
|Varietal:||Cabernet Sauvignon , Merlot|
Find more information at http://www.ourniche.com/wine/Siegendorf-Red/
|Region:||France » Rhône » Northern Rhône » Hermitage|
Good wine for someone who likes bigger and more interesting wines.
|Winery:||Chateau St. Jean Winery & Vineyards|
|Region:||USA » California » Sonoma County Green Valley|
Amazing chardonnay. Much more flavor (caramel?) than their other chards. Good as a drinking wine.
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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
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
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
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
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
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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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