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  • Someone sent me this article recently which was on WebMD. A little bit scary if you ask me. Please let me know if anyone has heard of this. Read More

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  • Hello Guys,I am a wine novice with a lot of interest in Burgundy and Bordeaux. I am still a student so I don't have a large wine budget. I was hoping you more experienced wine connoisseurs could direct me to some "entry-level" (preferably under $20) wines from these regions that reflect their terroir. An example from different sub-regions would ... Read More

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  • We live in the far South West of England, a long way from the usual cross Channel ports such as Dover. We do however, have a local ferry operator out of Plymouth which gives the choice of 2 routes to Europe. One to Roscoff in Brittany and the other Santander in Spain. Also you can choose to combine these for a round trip, in by one port and out ... Read More

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  • Here at New York Wine Co., we are devoted to scouring the globe for what we think are the most well-made, best wines dollar for dollar. Paying no attention to critic scores, press, advertising or importer jargon, what we have represented on our shelves, cellar and dinner tables are the top value wines we can find.Value is an important, but overu... Read More

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  • My 1,000th wine rated on Snooth! Thanks, Greg, for sharing. Who's next to cross 1,000 wines here? Greg is moving fast, but there are a few people over 750 at the moment, so we'll see...As you can see from the image below, its got a beautiful amber color and you can just see the oxidation in it:! Read More

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  • Serve the wine at the right temperatureOne frequently reads that red wines should be served at room temperature. That maxim remains as true as the day it was first written, what has changed however, is room temperature! We tend to think of room temperature as being in the mid 70s, for wines sake its better to think of it as the mid 60s. The coo... Read More

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  • What are people planning on serving for Thanksgiving? I'm thinking two whites and a red. I'm looking for wines that will mesh with turkey, all the fixings and appetizers.First I think I'll go with a light wine that will go with appetizers and can make it through to the turkey. Trivento Torrontes is my current idea. Read More

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  • By far the most famous appellation in California, and for that matter in the USA is the Napa Valley. Encompassing virtually all of Napa County as well as 14 distinct AVAs (American Viticultural Area), this extensive valley system, about an hours drive north of San Francisco, is home to the cradle of Californias viticultural history. While Caber... Read More

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  • Hi everyone, I was wondering if any of you has a recommendation for an under $50, 2006, red wine that could be stored in a cellar until 2024.My daughter was born in 2006 and I would like to store a wine from that year for her 18h birthday. Read More

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  • I recently opened a bottle of 99 mondavi reserve cab. There was virtually no sediment which surprised me for a wine that old. I was wondering if anyone else has had a similar experience with this wine. I see more sediment from the 05 aussie shiraz I usually drink. Read More

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