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  • Hi all! I'm new to Snooth and I post under the nom de plume of Jimmy Cocktail. I live in Northern Virginia and up until last October, I was gainfully employed in the IT industry. Now, I've deceided that I really enjoy life much better not being part of the rat race anymore, so I'm looking to branch off and do something I love instead of just mak... Read More

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  • Hello everyone, my name is Raphael and I'm fairly new to Snooth. I met Chris C last Sunday while pouring at the SF Golden Glass and I remembered I had a Snooth account, thus prompting me to log in after several months of inactivity, and navigate around the website (which by the way is a really informative and helpful tool for all users). My frie... Read More

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  • If you could choose one bottle of wine to drink, regardless of price, what would it be? Read More

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  • Last night at the Oriel office we had a side-by-side comparison of our 365 prosecco to a particular champagne with a bright yellow label (I'm sure you know the one). Here are our thoughts:In terms of food, we had fresh summer strawberries and Murray's hooked us up with a triple creme and a 'hock ybrig' (cow's milk cheese from Swiss mountains). E... Read More

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  • Bodegas Ercavio Tempranillo Vino de la Tierra de Castilla 2006


    I was surprised to read the negative review of this little Spanish treasure. Perhaps a bad bottle, as my experience with the Ercavio Tempranillo was nothing less than tremendous- particularly for the price.Parker gives it a 91 ( )- which for $13, no matter what one may think of Mr. P... Read More

    Wine review by ChipDWood

  •"Vinexpo organisers 'hid' wine and assaulted me says rival" - thats some pretty harsh accusations... Read More

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  • Ty Caton Cabernet Sauvignon Sonoma Valley 2003


    I bought a 3-pack of this wine from - I just drank the first of the three last night. Black cherry and oak on the palate. Still a bit high/harsh tannins for my liking, but it went very well with my braised lamb shank. Read More

    Wine review by Chimera23

  • Ciao everybody! We are Bele Casel, a small winery situated in the Colli Asolani's zone ( north of Venice), prosecco's producer. All our family is running this business, my father and I work in the winery and vineyards, my mum and my wife looking after accountancing matters and my sister is finishing high school and helping us with small things. ... Read More

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  • I'll be in Sonoma for a few days in August of this month and while much of my schedule has been set I was hoping, at the suggestion dmcker, to accumulate valuable information such as we've done for Napa.So who has the goods on Sonoma?Just to begin I'll be staying at the Best Western right in Sonoma, good rates, a nice property and walking distan... Read More

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  • Just wondering if anyone has read this book by Benjamin Wallace? It's a fascinating story of a 1787 Lafite supposedly from Thomas Jefferson's collection. I am halfway through it and it's got the makings of a film! Very interesting, as it talks about tastings of the oldest wines known. Any thoughts from others? Can you imagine getting the op... Read More

    Forum post in the topic "The Billionaire's Vinegar"

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