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  • Hey everyone! I just signed on with a company which sponsors 'at home' wine tasting parties. Had my first wine tasting launch on Saturday night with some close friends and can't tell you how much fun it was and what a great response I had. If you are in the NYC/Long Island area, enjoy wine and entertaining and would like more information on h... Read More

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  • Does anyone know where I might advertise wine furniture? I know this isn't meant for selling, but I just need to find a place where winemakers or wineries might see this. We're moving and don't have room for a 12'x 8' Breezair cooled cabinet, holding 1000 bottles. It would look great in a wine tasting room or restaurant! You can see it at http:/... Read More

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  • This week on East Coast Wine Geeks we review HARLOW Ridge 2008 Lodi Pinot Noir. We wrap up our very first season with this formerly award winning wine. Will this vintage hold up to its predecessors? Find out on iTunes (East Coast Wine Geeks) or at http://www.eastcoastwinegeeks.comHave you had this wine? Let me know what you thought! Read More

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  • I have a friend in the wine industry here in Japan who's been bending my ear on this subject for more than a decade. I first encountered Gallic paranoia on this subject in Chamonix, from worried ski industry service providers, earlier this decade. Now the major chefs of France?!http://www.telegraph.co.uk/foodanddrink/wine/6040419/Best-wines-will... Read More

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  • Hello to all Canadian wine lovers!I have recently discovered a new wine club in Canada called Hemispheres Wine Guild. They bring in unique wines from around the world that you can't buy in our liquor stores. I quickly signed up and I have to say that the wines have been amazing.Here is a link from a previous press release regarding their launch... Read More

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  • Looks like the New York Times is joining the Wall Street Journal in sponsoring its own wine club:http://phx.corporate-ir.net/phoenix.zhtml?c=105317&p=irol-pressArticle&ID=1320579&highlight=Because of the NYT's eminent position in its business segment, this has received a fair amount of media attention in the last few days. I guess it does fall p... Read More

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  • I've been tasting a decent amount of wines lately and every now and then I run into a wine that I can only characterize as mushroomy, fungus, or farty smelling. It just smells a little weird and the first thing that comes to mind is fungus. I know smells and tastes are very subjective, but I feel like I'm missing something. Any suggestions to... Read More

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  • Like virtually everything Snooth has a definite growth cycle. I missed the conception and infant stages and was fortunate to join Snooth just as the toddler stage was coming to an end. Imagine my surprise when I realized Snooth was going through its big change.But lo and behold change is here. Snooth has moved beyond the basic data functions tha... Read More

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  • Hello All,My friend is a Co-Owner of KaleidoLINKS a non-profit with the goal of "Social Change for Youth by Youth" in the Washington, D.C. area. She is looking to have a fundraiser next Spring and wants to have East Coast wine present to serve to the attendees. If possible, she prefers to serve wines from wineries with community outreach, envi... Read More

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  • The subject says it all. My wife, her parents and myself will be staying in Napa for a week starting Sunday. My Father in Law is in to that jammy, over-extracted style of zin. His favorite as of yet is Rombauer, but I thought I'd hop on here and see if anyone could point me in the direction of some others that have similar characteristics. U... Read More

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