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  • I need some help ... I'm planning on doing a vertical tasting of some pinots I have from early 2000s and I need some advice on what order that I should taste them. Should I do older to newer or newer to older. My gut says older to newer but I haven't done a tasting like this before. Read More

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  • Hello folks, I´ve been a little out these past weeks, lot´s of work at my office, being a lawyer may be a pain in the ass sometimes. At least I´ve been able to taste a few great wines lately, especially from Rhone. I´ll let you know about this later on. The issue now is investing in wines, I´ve heard a lot about it and it kindda interests me. I´... Read More

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  • Hi Greg, I heard from Stefan that you had a good time in Piemonte. Will you post notes from your trip? Did you run into any positive surprises during your trip? And did you get closer to an answer on why Giacosa has chosen not to bottle 2006 Barolo and Barbaresco?Hope you are doing well.Best,Nicolai Read More

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  • For me it'll be all about what I am eating. This long weekend I hope to encounter:Oysters and MuscadetBarbeque beef ribs and either Zinfandel or something a little zingier, Freisa?Something outside and a bottle of RoseSo what's it gonna be? Read More

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  • Hi all!Would love to see a Snooth representation at our Annual Spring Festival! The Details:Saturday June 6th 12-6pmLocal food vendors, an Artisans tent and dancing to two bands including Boston's premier Soul and Funk band Chicken Slacks! Admission includes our logo wine glass and a wine tasting voucher. $15 in advance or $18 at the door. (K... Read More

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  • Hello, here is the link for tickets: here's the event description:I have been enjoying drinking wine with (and learning from) my friend Alex Fox for too long to keep him to myself; hes the former wine director of Myth and most recently a somm at Gary Danko. So voila, the FIRST TABLEHOPPER WINE TASTING!... Read More

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  • Château Lamothe Sémillon-Sauvignon Blanc Blend Sauternes 2005


    Intense, fruity, structured, delicately wooded, this is an excellent wine that can be kept in cellar a few more years or be drunk now. For less than 10$, it is a great dealI order online on the website ( in French) Read More

    Wine review by FP010

  • This week is Riesling Week! Restaurants and retailers around New York, San Francisco, Chicago, Las Vegas and Miami will showcase Riesling's incredible versatility. Many free store tastings are lined up. For more info see Kellermeister Read More

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  • I ran into this accessory at a wine tasting recently. The winemaker offered us two tastes, one using the mini decanter and one without. The decanted taste was more open, but I'm not sure it would have been better than some of the other suggested decanting methods, or even just leaving the bottle open for a bit.Actually, it kind of reminds me of ... Read More

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  • I will be away for awhile this summer, and I don't have a wine fridge at home - just a cabinet which usually holds between 2 to 4 cases. I know it is going to be warm in the apartment while I am not there in July - does anyone have an opinion on whether I should put my better reds into the regular fridge while I am gone? Read More

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