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  • Hello!I'm planning a dinner party with the menu listed below and would like a few recommendations as to what to wines to serve ~ nothing too pricey please!Appetizer ~Brandied Chicken Liver Paté on Toasted BaguetteSalad ~Field Greens with Apple Cider Vinaigrette & WalnutsEntree ~Rosemary & Garlic Marinated London BroilSides ~Roasted Brussels Spro... Read More

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  • Hello All -My fiancee and I are having an engagement party this weekend and we would like to have some champagne to do a toast. We love champagne but our guest couldn't tell the difference between sparkling wine and real champagne. We don't want to spead the $$ for the real deal but we don't want to loose the taste and quality.My questions is, w... Read More

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  • Last night I hosted a tasting party at my tiny pad in Manhattan for Pinot Noirs from around the world. Doing the research I found that Pinot Noirs are grown in at least 17 different countries, from well known regions such as those found in France and the United States to lesser known like Macedonia and South Africa. For this tasting party I na... Read More

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  • At Snooth HQ: Domaine de l'Oratoire Cotes du Rhone 2006 Read More

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  • Let's get some education going here. Has anyone else come across a new varietal or wine name they have never heard of before today?Mavrud: Mavrud is a unique red wine common only to the region of Thrace in Bulgaria. It is found around few cities in the central part of the country where the winter temperatures are not very low. The wines made fro... Read More

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  • Hey all, I'm Ocean and have only been snoothing for a few months now, but I love it. I live in Southern California and teach third grade. I have a husband and a seven year old daughter, which is where I spend most of my time.I was raised with a father who is a bit of a wine collector and started me on wine as soon as I could walk. Although I've ... Read More

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  • It's most likely going to be Salmon and Ahi Sashimi... any recommendations on a bottle to pick up?!!Yum.. Smoked Salmon Pate Soda! Read More

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  • Here is another one I'd be interested in people's feedback. Let me know what you think of this wine if you've tried it. Read More

    Forum post in the topic Ruinart Blanc de Blancs NV

  • I'm on the fence. I think i like it, maybe not warm, but some of them chilled are very nice. Just wish I knew more without having to immerse myself as I dont have the time. Apart from wikipedia does anyone have any suggestions of what I can read, and how I can build an appreciation? Read More

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  • I am often asked, usually by skeptical non-wine people, what it is that drew me to make wine a career. It is a two day answer, of course, but I usually resort to the tried and true "the endless learning opportunity as wine is very enjoyable with no knowledge and mind-blowing exciting the more you know." Trite, to be sure, but like most clichés b... Read More

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