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  • I'm sure everyone has noticed that almost every wine ends up with 3 or 3-1/2 glasses in the ratings.  Since everyone has different tastes, it makes some sense that this would happen, but I think its more than that.I think when the average person REALLY likes a wine, they give it a 4 or 4-1/2 because it can't be perfect.  However, when they REALL... Read More

    Forum post in the topic About the "5 Glasses" rating...


  • I know this is probably a terribly stupid question... But what should I do with old wine bottles? Do I just toss them? Michigan recycles most drink containers, so throwing out these beautiful bottles seems wasteful. Maybe I'll have to hunt down a recycling center in the area. Read More

    Forum post in the topic What to do with old bottles?


  • I loved the trivia and the details. There is old wine, as in old bottles, old wine that has been sleeping in the barrel and there are old vines. The first two seem easier to understand, but when is a vine to be considered old, is there any notion in regards to years or is it more like the kind of fruit it produces?, or something else?. Read More

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  • Hi,My question being a novice, is about airing or letting red wine breath before drinking. Is this always true and how long should you let it air for?.Is just opening the bottle good enough or should i decant.Hope to learn alot more from this forum.Cheers Read More

    Forum post in the topic Red wine question ?


  • Is there really a difference between the words AROMA and bouquet?Recently I was told by a VERY OBNOXIOUS Portuguese self proclaimed wine conoussaier that a wine has aroma's until it is 1 year old, only after this bottling time we can refer to the wine smells as aroma? Is that correct ? Read More

    Forum post in the topic aroma or bouquet?


  • New Zealand Wines tasted - November 20102008 Amisfield Pinot NoirLight and fresh on the nose, with sweet wild red currant tones backed up with herb, spice, and subtle vanilla notes. With air, this just gains focus and freshness while adding a touch of mint and mineral. Elegant in the mouth with real finesse and superb balance, this unfolds in th... Read More

    From the article Wines from New Zealand - November 2010


  • As some of you might remember I´ve built an underground winecellar about 1 year ago:http://www.snooth.com/talk/topic/building-my-underground-wine-cellar/The cellar is made of insulating concrete (basically like a swimming pool), which has the advantage of very stable conditions. My problem now is the temperature.Temperature balanced out at exact... Read More

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  • Anyone had/liked their wines?  They have a RRV chard that I am interested in tasting, as well as a red blend called Artistry....  would love to hear opinions.  Also told a good mt veeder cab... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Tasting Girard (napa) on Sat...


  • Hi everyoneI was hoping for some recomondations on what kind of wine to drink. I've tried many but 80% of them gets dumped down the sink. I don't like dry wine i want the furthest from dry. I don't always like the upfront heavy alcohol taste in some wines. I'm partial to red wine, i thought barefoot merlot was good. I've tried plungerhead that w... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Looking for wine suggestions


  • 2 Question came up lately..1) I've been to a wine tasting lately where Philippe Magrez, son of Bernard Magrez presented some of their wines. Some younger, some older vintages. During the tasting someone asked the question how long before consumption one should decant wine. The answer of Philippe was, the younger the wine the more air it needs to... Read More

    Forum post in the topic 2 Questions


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