|Region:||USA » California » Lake County|
Carob, cola, herb, freshly sawn oak and earth all pop on the rather intense nose that features dried raspberry fruit. Bright and crisp one entry with lovely earthy and slightly vegetal nuances up front followed by a nice raspberry and mulberry midpala...
|Region:||Argentina » Mendoza » Lujan de Cuyo|
Smells a bit poo-ey, at first with a touch of funk that blows off to reveal dark earthy scents of sandy soil, almost a bit of nasty beach, fudgy, a bit odd and decidedly gamy with lurking floral tones. It’s very supple in the mouth, lovely bright fruit...
|Winery:||Elizabeth Spencer Wines|
|Region:||USA » California » Sonoma County » Sonoma Coast|
This particular Pinot is almost purple in color. The initial aroma is of cherry liquor and smoky tobacco with a hint of spice. It is also quite oaky and somewhat complex. The wine starts out very full bodied and has flavors of dark plum, cherries and...
|Region:||Italy » Piemonte » Barbaresco » Alba » Barbera d'Alba|
Smoky, ripe and complex on the nose, with deep earthy, medicinal accents to the candied black fruit and a lovely hint of chocolate liquor and chocolate covered cherry. Electric acids on attack are followed by rich,powerfully dark yet fresh fruit, unfol...
|Region:||France » Rhône » Southern Rhône » Côtes du Ventoux|
|Varietal:||Syrah , Grenache|
My last experience with this wine, left me with an impression of an internationally style, however, on this night it came across and anything but that. The nose showed cherry liquor but was tempered by barnyard and a slight sawdust quality, which I fou...
Spigel Sudtiroler Lagrein DOC Rotwein Trocken Voll Fruchtig Samtig Anhaltend Kellerei Kaltern Südtirol Lagrein Alle Rotweine (2010)
|Region:||France » Armagnac » Côté Tariquet|
A bit of raw wood greets the nose here with oaky spice. On the palate, this shows off a little liquor quality to the transparent black cherry and black currant fruit. Turning a touch creamy on the palate, this remains nicely bright and fresh on the fin...
|Winery:||Kunde Family Winery|
|Region:||USA » California » Sonoma Valley|
Got this at a "take a chance" sale at a local liquor store for $3. I scored on this one. velvety nose with a little earth and chocolate. Good fruit on the palate. Dangerously smooth wine with a nice grip on the long finish. For $3 a bottle I shoul...
Very good. Light, simple, crisp, green appley. Would add a bit of flavored vodka to kick it up, good wine for adding some liquor to for a cocktail.
|Winery:||Joseph Phelps Vineyards|
|Region:||USA » California » Napa » St. Helena|
Deep, dark ruby red color. Nose is moody and dark with blue fruit, vanilla barrel, forest funk and dusty mocha... yum. On the palate, black current, raisin, licorice and with a rich, sweet mid-palate. Cherry liquor on the long finish. A really great wi...
|Winery:||Chateau Cos d'Estournel|
|Region:||France » Bordeaux » Saint-Estèphe|
The nose was savory and meaty with dark red fruits, sweet cinnamon spice and hint of liquor. On the palate, it was big and rich with ripe, juicy fruit and herbal tea. The finish was mouth-coating but turned juicy with a slight medicinal note. This was ...
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It depends of course, but i the food is spicy I'd go with something slightly sweet. If it's not spicy, then maybe something dry. But if they have a raita and those types of things, I'd probably stick with whites.But then I just like reds so what the hell.I once was going to sell wine in India. We organized a few dinners with people who would hav... Read More
We are pleased to announce the latest updates and additions to our editorial program.Mark Angelillo will take the mantle as Snooth’s chief taster. As architect of one of the world’s largest wine sites, Mark brings over a decade of experience to the editorial panel. He will be conducting winemaker interviews, making wine recommendations, and penn... Read More
At least one of the images that came up right away was that "Chablis." Some of those PM wines were pretty sound, which is why I volunteered to go taste them if they are in the Bay Area. The carafes? I suppose the lids had to be pretty air tight, since they also had to avoid slopping over, and there's not a lot of ullage there. More surface ar... Read More
While going through my grandmother's basement, we found 2 cases of wine. The first, 1978 Liebfraumilch Qualitatswein (with black pieces floating in it and an internet search that deemed it garbage even when bottled), and the second, Paul Masson Monterey County Chardonnay 1978 (Second Bottling). I've not been able to find anything out about the l... Read More
I'm looking for two wine suggestions for a dinner soon. First off, I'm looking to pair a bottle of red wine with a first course mi-cuit foie gras and second course pheasant, dauphine potato, chicory and parsnip. Hoping you guys have a good suggestion from my options. If none of the options are especially well-suited, what would you recommend? My... Read More
Started the weekend with salmon bake on the grill (It's 15degf here so it was a task not to be taken lightly. decided on pinots to celebrate helping the closing liquor/wine outlet of a couple of cases of wine at 50% off. Never had either so what the hell:Entry level - didn't expect much and that's what I got.Much better but not overbearing. r... Read More
I drink more (fino) sherry as an aperitif than any other type. Have no problem with PX on good vanilla ice cream, though. :-) Drink more madeira, port, botrytised german, sauternes/barsac and tokaji (perhaps in that order) than sherry for dessert. Sweet sherry, marsala, vin santo, Canadian icewine, Banyuls, etc. all fall into the 'other' categ... Read More
SS, way to give yourself away!I think the OP really just wanted to find a way to get a variety of under the radar wines from California or wherever in the way you wander into a tasting room out on the road, not so much that he was going to order things after researching for himself. Basically, find someone to "curate" them for him. Which is wh... Read More
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
It has been a HOT year. A REALLY HOT year. Here in New York we are just starting to feel the effects of a summer long drought with reduced yields through smaller berries. Changing weather patterns is a really obvious side effect of climate change however there are several ways that climate change can affect the world of wine that may be more sur... Read More