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"Buying wine is intimidating. I like wine, but I don't know much about it and I don't have time to learn." It doesn't have to be this way! At Wine.com, get the facts you need to make easy, informed decisions about buying wine for yourself and as a gift. Here's how it works: Find a bottle - search & sort the world's largest wine store by price, professional rating, varietal and country. Or go to one of our top rated or most popular lists for a quick pick. Learn the complete story behind your wine – who made it, where, with which grapes and what the critics & other customers think. Impress your family & friends with a few pertinent facts about the wine while enjoying it. Remember what you bought, why and what you thought of it, using our online virtual cellar and printed cellar notes & bottle tags. And of course, we have the benefits you've become accustomed to in an online store – huge selection, convenient home shopping & delivery and great value. So no more wandering around stores or fumbling Read more »

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  • "I have not been back to China since a lengthy visit prior to the changes instituted by the once disgraced Deng Xiaoping (you can do the math).  The idea of a bustling wine industry such as currently exists in Hebei Province was nothing short of  apipe dream at the time of Mao's death in 1976."(Disclaimer here: I couldn't read the OP's article, ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Chinese Wine? Interesting...


  • It being earth day tomorrow I thought this would be a fine time to explore attitude towards the whole organic/natural/biodynamic movement. I reached out to some wine professionals to get their opinions about these wines, but before I turn the stage over to them I’d like to explore the situation briefly.Before we consider the value of these wines... Read More

    From the article Organic for Earth Day?


  • Nelms Road Cabernet 2012

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    The color of this wine is a gorgeous ruby red with a lovely brightness along the edges. The nose is sublime, with notes of ripe dark fruit throughout, blackberries and currant over hints of dark chocolate and cherry cola. The taste is wonderful, warm and bright, it almost feels like your tasting a late summer day just before harvest. The love... Read More

    Wine review by jtryka


  • I'm 34 yrs old and have been working in the restaurant industry for the last 21 years.  Currently, I am the front of house manager at Gracie's in Providence, RI. (Graciesprov.com) My current interests in wine include Ribera Del Duero, Clare Valley Riesling, wines of New England and Long Island, NY, Austrian reds like St. Laurent and Blaufränkisc... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Be gentle. It's my first time.


  • I know of a number of people in the craft beer world who are purposely introducing brettanomyces into the brewing equation to see how interesting things can get. 'Wild yeast' beers are barely (not) controllable but they are rapidly becoming cult items. Case in point, this quote about a Sierra Nevada brew, taken from Good Morning America: Sierra ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic A purposely 'bretted' wine?


  • Seven Hills Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve 2010

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    The wine is a deep, inky purple in the glass with bright ruby along the edges. The nose tells me immediately I'm in for a treat, with aromas of rich leather, blueberries, plum and spice notes. The taste is intense, with a burst of ripe black fruit, plum, blackberries and black currant that gracefully transitions to some dark chocolate and lico... Read More

    Wine review by jtryka


  • Hugel et Fils Pinot Noir Alsace Aoc Jubilee 2003

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    I bought a bottle of this wine from the website www.bidforwine.co.uk/auctions/show/51130 and as I was the only bidder I got it for only one pound. Alsace is an AOC producing mainly white wines [although this one is a red ] in the east of France by the German border. Indeed,at some periods of history it was part of Germany and therefore the wines... Read More

    Wine review by duncan 906


  • So i am getting flooded with emails from various wineries updating on their Rose releases.   Every year is different, and I am interested in hearing what is looking good on the market, world-wide and local.  I enjoy Roses across the board:  CA seems to rank in my high numbers, but I'm sure that is a demographics thing.  I also love some French R... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Rose'... wine for summer!


  • "WW" left? Whenever I saw his name on a shelf talker I immediately moved my gaze to another bottle.  Talk about a conflict of interest!  Let's see, Wine.com also sells wine... Snooth lets users click over to retailers.  I think the model is different, and I think GdP keeps a community engaged--us, but more so the people who want to read but not ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Tignanello


  • Okay, I asked what the value play was in the post above.  Well, WS just gave Antinori's mass market "Super Tuscan" (David Parker of Benchmark used the term "Medium Tuscan" at dinner a while back--I really like that) 92 points in its 2010 instantiation. And it's only $15 at Wine.Com! Can also be had at BevMo (see, GregT, they do sell some real wi... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Tignanello


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