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  • I've read a few blog posts about this (even one at Snooth I believe?) but I'm looking for a good small wine fridge that's nice and quiet. I don't mind spending a few bucks for quality, but I want something that will fit inconspicuously in my small apartment, hold 8-12 bottles ideally, and in a perfect world would have two zones for red and whit... Read More

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  • Thread starter for New York City BYOB restaurants.Cube 63, 63 Clinton St, LES - tiny Japanese place. ExcellentTartine, 253 W 11th St, W. Village - tiny French bistro, no reservations and often a wait, but equally excellent. Please add yours below. Read More

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  • I'm vacationing in Oregon this summer. Are there particular wineries around the Portland area that are recommended or especially worth seeing? I've never been to Oregon but I love the Pacific Northwest. Read More

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  • I love Mimosas and assume that the quality of the sparkling wine is masked by the orange juice BUT... I'm reserving judgement... Does anyone know of a really great sparkler to use when mixing up a Mimosa? Read More

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  • Remember when wine came in a bottle? I totally do. Do you also remember how companies used to market their products based purely on quality and originality? I definitely do. It seems these days most companies simply need to get a pop star or professional athlete to say they dig the product and boom - sales!Let us address both my questions.#1. ... Read More

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  • In my last post I wrote about getting to Napa and Sonoma and getting through a day of wine tasting. Today I want to talk about trusting the man or woman holding the bottle. Please note that I have promised myself not to rant in any one place about any one wine thing. Wine culture in America has going through such a transformation these past f... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Trust Me

  • The grape Cabernet Sauvignon is not a varietal. It isn't. Sounds strange, right? But neither is Chardonnay or Rkatsitelli (its big in Russian), for that matter. The reason this might sound odd is because so many people use the word "varietal" incorrectly. There is no such thing as a grape varietal. Varietal is an adjective (and sometimes a noun)... Read More

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  • [Snooth is pleased to welcome its newest contributor Robert Scibelli, lecturer and administrator at New York's premier wine school, International Wine Center. Robert earned his Diploma certificate in 2005, and currently leads private and public tastings to individuals and restaurants.] As this is my first post as a guest blogger for Read More

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  • Wine & Culture or TuscanyA social event exploring the wine, cuisine & culture of Tuscany Wednesday, March 5, 7pmCafe Notte Wine Bar1626 2nd Ave (btw 84 & 85 St)New York City$40.00/personRESERVE YOUR SPOT us for a Wednesday evening Wine Tasting event where we explore Tuscany via its wine, cuisine, m... Read More

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  • Domaine Canet-Valette Grenache Blend Saint-Chinian Une et Mille Nuits 1998


    Domaine Canet Valette is run by Marc Valette, a young vigneron who worked his first vintage in 1992. Marc's first exposure to wine was through his grandfather, who had tended vines and made wine in Minervois. In 1975 Marc and his father began to purchase vineyards, starting with an overgrown and neglected 11 hectares, the first task being to res... Read More

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