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  • Garnacha has arrived. Wine drinkers demand varietal Garnacha bottles and ask for the grape by name. Garnacha delivers versatility and character. Her gently styled dark fruit flavors pair with a broad range of dishes, and stand on their own. Now that we’ve established Garnacha as a go-to grape, we turn our attention to location. Where will we fin... Read More

    From the article Where to Find the Best Garnacha, Part One

  • White wines are a summer classic, but it has been a long summer. There is a good chance that you are surfeit with white wine by now. Ultra-hip rosé and orange wines aren’t your only options. Be a true trendsetter and cozy up with a late summer red. Summer calls for diaphanous red wine grapes that allow fresh fruits to shine without the deep, dar... Read More

    From the article Superior Red Wines for Summertime

  • Mark, certainly possible for female yoga instructors, or others, to have girlfriends, whether exclusively so or as a variation. It's a big world out there...It could also be more than one person involved in putting on these events who are sharing boilerplate text (as in a press release) to push out, through relevant social media platforms, for t... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Attending to the Vinyasa at...

  • Hi guys, Im pretty excited cause Im about to attend this event in a Vineyard! Im about to fly to usa in a couple months just to support my yoga mates and take a look at the vineyards in Maryland. "This is the final Vinyasa at the Vineyard event of the 2016 season. Vinyasa at the Vineyard includes a 1 hour all levels vinyasa flow followed by a wi... Read More

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  • Yep, you're right DM - I left out fishing! Fishing was my favorite pastime throughout my teens and I'm just now picking it up again - after 30 years!  I can't believe how light the reels and rods have gotten!But back to wine and yes California, particularly in the Central Coast, gets little precipitation.  Many vineyards out there remain dry-far... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Have enology-related questions?

  • Hi, I'm Bruce.  I'm a UC Davis graduate of enology (26 years ago..alas) and have recently joined Snooth.  I was a former winemaker and enologist at two wineries on Long Island during the 1990s and am now semi-retired in Sarasota, FL.I'm still working in the wine trade, part-time in retail, but otherwise retired.  I'm still active in wine and eno... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Have enology-related questions?

  • "You think that by being a locavore you are also being a tree hugger?  Think again: Almost all the European wines are grown on land that has been vineyard forever.  Clearcutting is a Cali thing.  Sure, the latest outrage occurred in Paso, but you've got a forest-killer right in your backyard. (The winemaker in question sounds a lot like a certai... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What have you bought lately?

  • This isn't so much an absolute no-no, but points to another issue with wine storage: ambient odors. In one sense a cigar thermidor and wine cellar have similar needs: sufficient humidity. But thermidors require even more than a wine cellar, and generally function well at higher temperatures. Anyway, my point is you don't really want the pungency... Read More

    Forum post in the topic How not to store wine

  • Something to digest: When one thinks of Barbaresco the names that most readily come to mind are Gaja and Giacosa. These producers have in many ways shaped how we've come to understand this sometimes inscrutable corner of Piedmonte. For years however, those in the know have been whispering the name of another producer who belongs among the top ec... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What have you bought lately?

  • Planning to do some exploring into Italy's other wine varietals, those without the fanfare or popularity of Sangiovese, Nebbiolo, Barbera, and Dolcetto, etc.First up is a Ruche with a few years bottle age by Montalbera, apparently a lighter wine that was traditionally brought out for special occassions...figure this should make for a nice aperti... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Italy's other Grapes

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