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Welcome to Wine.com, the #1 online wine store since 1998. Our mission is to become the trusted resource for the wine enthusiast, whether shopping for yourself or sending a gift. We strive to offer you a great selection, low prices, convenient delivery and information that helps you enjoy wine with confidence. Originally founded in 1998 as eVineyard.com, we purchased the Wine.com name in 2001 and have grown into the #1 online wine store by annual revenues, (source: Internet Retailer Top 500 Guide). We’ve served millions of customers, from casual enthusiasts to collectors to Fortune 100 companies. Our headquarters is in San Francisco, CA, and we have fulfillment locations in ten states. Our 100 year-round employees are experts in their fields -- wine buying, software development, logistics and service – so that we can deliver you a customer experience second to none. – Description from markomkc

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  • So i am getting flooded with emails from various wineries updating on their Rose releases.   Every year is different, and I am interested in hearing what is looking good on the market, world-wide and local.  I enjoy Roses across the board:  CA seems to rank in my high numbers, but I'm sure that is a demographics thing.  I also love some French R... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Rose'... wine for summer!


  • Does Gallo still produce Hearty Burgundy? I used to be able to buy it in any grocery store but haven't been able to find in in quite a while. I read about a 50th anniversary Hearty Burgundy which leads me to believe it's still being produced. Any thoughts about why I can't find it in NC? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello Snooth!


  • And from the founder no less.http://www.wineberserkers.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=96537&sid=d135c038feaea7efaf032f4ee1e4be18 Read More

    Forum post in the topic Our friend Eric G gets some...


  • My first time with Tignanello, and while this not something I'd buy in bulk it was good to have the experience. Definitely good wine, and curious to try an older vintage.TN: Plum, fig, coffee, vanilla, and black cherries on the nose.Shows good acidity on entry, followed by fresh red and black fruit flavors, coating the mouth well with extract. M... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Tignanello


  • Hi, does anyone out there know of low alcohol (7-12% ABV) red wines? Any you recommend?  Read More

    Forum post in the topic Low Alcohol Wines


  • Hey Guys,Looking for a new fine cheese delivery company.  Any suggestions.  We usually get a delivery from Amazing Clubs, Chesse of the month club but they have just lost all good selections.  Sorry for sounding so cheesy...  Read More

    Forum post in the topic Reliable/Relatively...


  • I just checked my inventory--updating after purchasing some Myriad Syrah (thanks, OT!) and putting in the Jemrose Syrahs I bought a month ago (thanks again, OT!) and it is now official:  I have more Syrah than Cab on hand and quite a bit pending delivery.  (Um, thanks OT? Love the wines but the space is getting a little tight...)So it seemed lik... Read More

    Forum post in the topic How has your cellar changed?


  • Chateau la Tour de Bessan Margaux Futures 2009

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    The wine is a lovely bright ruby color in the glass with great clarity. The nose is very earthy with great fruit, an array of cherries, blackberries and cassis envelope a base of oak, leather, Asian spice and just a hint of smokiness. The taste is still rather tightly wound, with a burst of tart cherry that transitions to some wonderful earthy m... Read More

    Wine review by jtryka


  • Hi all,Thinking about getting down there after NYE, but will have well-behaved nine year old with us.  Are most of the wineries in Kenwood/ Glen ellen child friendly? Read More

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  • A single vintage of Cab where? Napa? Some section of Napa? That would be very different from say, Santa Barbara or anywhere in Europe, South Africa, South America, Washington, or Australia.The thing about Cab is that wherever it's grown, it usually tastes like Cab. So if you like them ripe and juicy or a little more lean, you still get that it's... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Accidental Wine Entusiast


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