Wine.com (NE)

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. We hope you enjoy your visit! – Description from markomkc

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  • Whats your favorite penny saving cab and WHY?!  :)To make it easier, feel free to follow this format! Name: Belle AmbiencePrice (roughly): $9Why: Deep fruity notes of red berries, cherries and  a little vanilla dolce at the end. A perfect way to wind down and relax in the evening after a long hard day at work. Read More

    Forum post in the topic Your fave Cab under $20?!


  • Wine writers are not a homogeneous lot. We come in all shapes and sizes, and styles of course. Some prefer to dwell on a single wine at a time, others are more prolific. None are more prolific than my friend Richard Jennings. A veritable tasting machine, Richard, the man behing RJonWine.com is constantly tasting wines and diligently recording hi... Read More

    From the article Getting to Know Richard Jennings


  • Yes, I do enjoy Pinot Noir but have had some disappointing bottles from Mark West (a few years back used to be okay). Woodbridge and Lindemans have okay Pinot Noirs. Carmels (http://www.carmelcafe.com) had some wonderful Pinot Noir selections - loved it because you could order by the ounce. Wish I could remember the bottlers. Boy, I miss that re... Read More

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  • Hungary is coming to America – Hungarian Wine Road Show 2014What kind of wine should you try when you are in Hungary, or if Hungarian wines come to your doorstep in America?Furmint, Welschriesling, Bull’s Blood, Leányka (Damsel), seductive reds, unforgettable whites and aromatic Rosés – these are some Hungarian wines, and now the time has come t... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Weekend Wines


  • Texas Roussanne Tasted Blind Against California and France - Comes Out Top by Andrew ChalkWe have reported that the Roussanne grape does well in Texas’s climate and soil and pondered whether it is the next breakthrough Texas grape. The answer will come when Texas Roussanne wines match the quality of Roussanne wines from California. In order to f... Read More

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  • I was wondering what sort of new topic I could start that would pair nicely with my previous posting 'Weekday Wines'; well here it is - Weekend Wines.  Sometimes I just have to stop and take a minute to pat myself on the back for my quick wit but alas, this isn't one of those times.  Anyway, why not talk about wines we enjoy on weekends?  These ... Read More

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  • Just a taste of our plans: A nationwide journey to bring Hungarian wines closer to you, the chance to sample the best selections, enjoyment and pleasure – the roadshow is going to be all about wine and all about people. People who love good company and memorable conversations, who are fascinated by history and the meeting of traditions and moder... Read More

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  • Ok, here's the site: about-france.com, proffering 'French wines--a short guide'. Maybe you have to be just a little wine-geeky and well interested in French wines to catch the absurdity, but I wonder how many poor souls have been led astray by the very confused writer up to now? Too many people tend to believe published material, even on the Int... Read More

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  • Hi everyone.  My wife Sandra and I have been into wine for the past few years and that's led to a few trips to Napa Valley and related areas in 2012 and 2013.  We enjoy all wines but reds are our favorites.  We hosted our first wine tasting party last night and it was a fun event - sixteen wine lovers trying different wines in a blind tasting.  ... Read More

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  • There goes another paycheck. ******     "These are vineyard wines. Our responsibility is to safeguard the wine during its passage from vineyard to bottle and to protect it from too much wine-making" - Stephen Lagier & Carole Meredith. WOW! Protecting the wine from TOO MUCH WINE-MAKING! Think about that!   Dear Oenophile,   Let's begin with their... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Uh oh!


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