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  • We quietly released the Snooth iPhone site last week, and although we mentioned it on the blog, we've been quiet about it while we collected feedback and made a few last tweaks.We're excited about this, as mobile apps (there will be others coming) have been one of the most requested feature. Here's a quick rundown of how you can use the applicat... Read More

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  • I am always on the lookout for the GOOD quaffable wines under 7.00 a bottle. I have a series going for my website and eventual publication...Wines for the New Depression. I credit the wine store/website/individual that points me toward the reccomendation via a link. Thanks...Karl Read More

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  • Hi, I have a question. How can you find out when a wine should by drunk by? I own many different types of wine, but I am not sure when they will expire. If someone can help me out that would be great.Thanks Read More

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  • I have been looking for a Chardonnay to serve with Thanksgiving and found the Razi Chardonnay matched and paired perfectly. The 2006 Razi Chardonnay has a beautiful crisp, clean and simple Chardonnay tone (gorgeous on the table), the nose is floral like roses or geranium, followed by a slight scent of honey. Very fruity and tropical. The mout... Read More

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  • Hi all,I met the ubiquitous Philip at a tech conference in NYC a few weeks ago; we chatted about travel and wine a bit and he gave me his card. It took me a while to dig through the cards I ended up with that week, but I finally did today and wound up here.I appreciated wine off and on for five-ish years but I've actually been "into" wine for an... Read More

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  • Suggestions for the best Red Zin you had and that's still available to purchase on line would be appreciated. Niles Read More

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  • As far as I'm concerned, there is no better way to end the day than reading a good book while sipping a glass of good port. Here's the challenge: port's not cheap. The very best port I've had was a Taylor Fladgate 20 Year Old Tawny Port. I loved its complexity, but at nearly $50 a bottle, that's an occasional indulgence at best. I tried some Fon... Read More

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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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