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  • Looks like the New York Times is joining the Wall Street Journal in sponsoring its own wine club: 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

    Forum post in the topic Another wine club

  • Bodegas El Nido Red Blend Jumilla Clio 2005


    As soon as I took my first whiff, it was instant heaven! Its got quite the bouquet of jammy fruit, some violets and the oak is to die for. Clearly a wine from Spain. I mean, you can smell the earth and in fact, I think I picked up a little bit of truffle on the nose with such a lovely sweet oaky (french) background. Its RICH! I took the first si... Read More

    Wine review by Natalie Kronick

  • 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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  • We're new here too.If you have the chance, drop by and check out CatchWire, the new standard in wine social networks:http://www.catchwirewines.comEnjoy wine. Meet fellow wine lovers. Discover the next cult winery. Repeat. 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

    Forum post in the topic Looking for the best jammy,...

  • I recently visited two wineries on a trip through Kentucky and into Indiana. Over the weekend my wife and I stayed at a nice B and B in the Ohio River Valley in Southern Indiana. We stayed at the Leavenworth Inn which is on a bluff overlooking a horseshoe bend in the Ohio River. This is a very nicely restored Inn originally built in the 1850'... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Indiana and Kentucky Wineries

  • E. Pira & Figli Chiara Boschis Barolo Cannubi 2004


    Chiara Boschis is one of the few female winemaker at this level in the Barolo area. Her wines are of great elegance and finesse, especially from her parcel of the Cannubi Cru. The 2004 has a great concentrated bouquet on the nose with fruits, spice & oak. Rich, yet well defined with a classic Character from the Cannubi vineyard. Silky tannins & ... Read More

    Wine review by Quentin4

  • Paolo Scavino Barolo Bric dël Fiasc 2004


    Big, big, big! Plums, licorice, dark fruits, the wine is very muscular on the palate! Full bodied, yet super elegant, the acidity & minerality gives this wine a superb texture. Great length with a superb lingering finish!QC(htttp:// Read More

    Wine review by Quentin4

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