Wine.com (OR)

"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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  • The election is over but the fun continues!  How far can our country be dragged down by 'fake news' and 'alternative facts'?  You be the judge... Read More

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  • So several years ago while touring the CA wine country I came across a nice place where I liked both the proprieters and the wine. I signed up for their monthly wine club. A month later instead of getting my wine I get a notice that they can't ship to MA. Somehow I remained on their mailing list and now they can ship to MA so I ordered my very f... Read More

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  • Hello all,I'm new here and a beginner as far as wines go. I have one (full unopened 750 ml) bottle of 1982 Chateau Lafite Rothschild that I'd like to sell and am seeking the best way to do so without being taken advantage of. Can anyone offer any assistance or advice?I'm located in Arizona and would prefer a face to face buyer if possible but no... Read More

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  • No brainer for me. The 2013 Insignia. - fingers crossed that your link is a survivor. Read More

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  • This Thursday evening at Officine BRERA, I'll get a chance to taste some incredible wines. Well, they sure look incredible on paper anyhow.Champs1966 Bollinger 1999 Clos des Goisses  White Burgs2004 Leflaive Batard Montrachet 2004 Pierre Yves Colin Morey Chevalier Montrachet 2007 Sauzet Batard Montrachet 1999 Bouchard Chevlaier Montrachet  Red B... Read More

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  • Reserve la Colombiere Fronton 2012

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    I bought this bottle of wine from a shop in North London [ www.theatreofwine.com ] for £15. Fronton,or Cotes de Frontonais as it was known before 2005,is an appellation for red and rose wines from an area between the Tarn and Garonne rivers just north of the City of Toulouse.It is beleived that wine production here goes back to the Romans but in... Read More

    Wine review by duncan 906


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  • Domaine Guerrin et Fils Saint-Veran le Clos Vessats 2014

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    I bought this bottle of wine from a shop in London's Notting Hill [www.oddbins.com ] for £12. Saint Veran is an appellation created in 1971,although viticulture has been carried out in the area since at least the Romans,for white wines made of the chardonnay grape from 8 communes in the southern part of the Maconais region of Burgundy.Some of th... Read More

    Wine review by duncan 906


  • The majority of wines on the market these days are meant to be consumed within one to five years. This is a natural law. Producing wines that can sit in the cellar for decades is time-consuming and expensive. There is a time and place for wines that age and adventurous palates are required. Most all age-worthy wines will have high acid, tannin, ... Read More

    From the article Your Guide to Aged Wines


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