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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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  • I can't say that this opinion is supported by well-researched history, but it seems to me that every year there is a report of bad weather in some wine region.  Of course, we as consumers start hyperventilating about the rise in price of wines because of scarcity.This year's (first?) entry appears to be a serious wind and hail storm in Burgundy.... Read More

    Forum post in the topic 2013's Bad Weather


  • Are you familiar with the wines of Toro?  Here in Spain it's known as a region where great soils, great climate, great people and the TINTA DE TORO grape all come together to produce a wine that is ideally suited for the modern marketplace.Drenched in history, unique terroir and blessed with Tinta de Toro, Toro's own indigenous clone of Spain’s ... Read More

    From the article Old, Ungrafted Vines + Modern Wine Making Techniques = The Bold, Striking Wines of DO Toro


  • . . . and, boy, are my arms tired.I don't know when I first heard the term "Super Tuscan."  I'm guessing that it was 10-12 years ago.  I really did not know what it meant--me being very focussed on my California world.I did, of course, learn that a Super Tuscan was a wine that was made from grapes that were outside the Tuscany tradition--specifi... Read More

    Forum post in the topic I Just Flew in from Super...


  •  Following a Wall Street Journal article yesterday, wine sites and blogs are exploding with news that Robert Parker has sold a substantial share of The Wine Advocate to a group of young investors in Singapore. The "game-changing" publication will see some major changes. Do you think these changes will be a good thing or do they risk losing subsc... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Big Changes at Robert...


  • http://www.andiswines.com/index.cfm?method=storeproducts.showdrilldown&productid=23F64053-9720-5312-2097-B24561A7D03C&isMarketingURL=1#.ULB67qOD9RwI tasted this wine back in Aug and rated it very highly.  Today, I opened another bottle and found it on the verge of secondary fermentation.   I was VERY disappointed to find this happening so quickl... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Update on tasting-Andis 2010...


  • Continuing my journey into Burg-Ville, and interest in the 2010's specifically, I figured why get buried in the sea of the "WDT?" thread.From the flight of 08-10 Burgundy I tasted earlier in the year to the 2010's I've had a chance to sample (having started hitting the shelves in force recently), it all seems to point to this being a stand-out v... Read More

    Forum post in the topic 2010 Burgundy


  • I heard somewhere that white wines should be stored at the bottom of the home wine rack rather than at the top. Supposedly whites like it cooler (the old heat rises, cold falls theory), Now I know that wine's enemy is heat and changing temperatures, My wine rack is a 44 bottle system which stands about 4 feet high and I do keep the whites on the... Read More

    Forum post in the topic The Home wine rack


  • 10 people converged to eat a la carte at this great restuarant and the food showed very well along with the wines that we enjoyed.Nyetimber 2003This English sparkling brut was interesting to taste, some sweet pineapple was apparent and not the usual yeasty qualities that I was expecting.Dunn 1982Tasted blind, I immediately thought Bordeaux. Gues... Read More

    Forum post in the topic 1982 Bordeaux dinner,...


  • I am a dyed in the wool fan of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlots, Sangiovese's and a few Chardonnays and Pinot Grigio's. I am trying to widen my spectrum to include Pinot Noir's. I live in the Pacific Northwest so the Pinot Noir's are readily available due to the large varieties from Oregon.Before I embark on purchasing some different brands I would l... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Pinot Noir's


  • I'm thinking it would be nice to get as many of you together as possible in one place for a dinner. Is that even feasible?I would prefer NYC of course, it's local for me, but more to the point I can bring a ton of wine to dinner easily.If this is support for the idea maybe we can begin to throw around some dates? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Would anybody travel for a...


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