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  • Any help would be appreciated here.I have a buddy that's really into cigars and I've been partaking from time to time. It's been fun but I've never tried to put a wine in front of someone smoking a cigar. Now that everyone knows I'm the "Wine Guy" I've been asked to supply next weeks smoking event with some wines. YIKES.I don't know where to s... Read More

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  • It looks like there is a strong, devoted group that is totally engulfed with "zinfatuation". I am definitely one of those that likes a good, strong, bold, spicy Zin. This thread is narrowing in one particular related bottling, Primitivo, mostly out of Italy. What is your preferred Primitivo and why?My least favorite is A-Mano 2007. It was al... Read More

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  • Hi all, I just stumbled across an article (www.findlayeatsanddrinks.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=51:the-hillside-winery&catid=3:newsflash&Itemid=61) on The Hillside Winery in Gilboa, OH . Its the Northwestern part of Ohio. Ive got some family in the area and I might stop by and see if its any good. Anyone heard anything abou... Read More

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  • Wanting to try my first Merlot. Any suggestion would be appreciated. Looking to start for $20 or under to start with. Thanks Read More

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  • Paso Robles Trip Notes:I went to Paso Robles over the weekend of the 26th of September. I had intended to be there three days, but something came up and I was only there for Sat and part of Sun, so I ended up getting to just a small selection of places. But I could have been there a week and still not gone everywhere I wanted to go! I will re... Read More

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  • d'Arenberg Dead Arm Shiraz 2006 was rated 95+ by parker and 77 by Wine Spectator,Has anyone tried this wine and what was your rating?I guess with South Australian Shiraz you either despise it or really enjoy it. Read More

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  • I'm hoping the Snooth community can help me out with some recommendations. I've have had a couple Argentinian Malbec and Malbec blend wines in the last couple of months that I really enjoyed and I was hoping that I could get some recommendations to expand what I've tried. I'm looking up to $50 but realistically more in the $15 to $30 range. L... Read More

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  • Ahhh... So many wines, so little time, and such a small budget... I am trying so hard to learn the world of wines as best I can, but this experience is truly one I have to take on my own. (Thank goodness for Snooth!). So my dilemma... I am trying to find reasonably priced wines that suit my tastes as well as my food preference. I do not eat r... Read More

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  • If you're like me and are the sole drinker of your household, you hardly want to polish off a whole bottle by yourself each night. Here's a way to store your leftoversStep 1: Buy and drink a Half-Bottle wine, like a dessert wine of some kind. They're typically 375 ml, and are better for storing opened wine because there is less room for oxygen... Read More

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  • Hello!I am planning a weekend trip to Paso Robles, and am looking for some advice on wineries to visit whilst I am there. As a bit of background, my girlfriend and I are big red lovers. Cab Sauv, Shiraz, Syrah, Zin, and Petite Syrah find their way onto the dinner table most of the time. We're not really into what I will term as 'introductory'... Read More

    Forum post in the topic A Weekend In PASO ROBLES


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