WineBid.com

WineBid.com was founded in March 1996 to make it possible for wine enthusiasts and collectors to acquire fine and rare wines on the Internet. We wanted to offer the advantages of buying wine in auction format, including the ability to acquire rare and collectible wines unavailable at even the best wine shops. At WineBid.com our goal was to create an efficient, user-friendly Internet auction that offered the same fine and rare wines available at traditional wine auction houses. In September 1996, we held our first Internet wine auction. We now run weekly auctions 24 hours a day, 52 weeks a year. WineBid.com is based in Napa, California, where we maintain a temperature controlled warehouse and a staff of experienced wine professionals. We inspect every bottle of wine we auction to insure our customers receive a quality product. WineBid.com is the largest Internet wine auction with more than 54,000 registered users world wide. – Description from markomkc

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  • Thanks JD, EMark and DM.I've never had any cab this old.  DM, yes I think most of my information was from Cellar Tracker, but there were many recent comments, so I hoped to glean some direction from them.  I still have about five hours before we get into them.  I was afraid to decant them based on their age, maybe they don't need it? Or should I... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Whatcha drinking tonight?


  • Hahaha..Greg.  This guy isn't a putz either.  he drinks $40 BC wines probably more than I do.  I'll have to find out exactly what it was so I can report!EMark, I would advise against buying from Duncan's auction as it's in the UK.  At least WineBid.com is in California and shipping would be safe for anything expensive.Oh, this guy did say the Bo... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello Snooth!


  • Terrible customer service. Not worth the hassle, especially given the crazy prices.

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  • Terrible customer service.

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  • Holy crap!  I checked this out here and the 2010 is $100.  Geeze...I like Italian, but I can now say I can think of other stuff I'd buy first.  I've been perusing WineBid.com and looking for some biggies, like Ridge Monte Bello, and G. Conterno Cascina Francia Barolo 2004. Read More

    Forum post in the topic Tignanello


  • Getting your hands on a wine this old is tough, but those Martinis were, before Mondavi, one of the big 4.  (Along with Beaulieu, Charles Krug, and Inglenook).  Places to look are reputable resellers who buy cellars from collectors.  Good sources include BPWines, Benchmark Wine Group, Hart Davis Hart, Rare Wine Company, Chambers Street and K&L, ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Louis M. Martini Cabernet...


  • Jennifer, another idea is to buy online and have it shippd to FOX. KL Wines has a nice selection of Oregon Pinot from various vintagesWineBid.com is another option.Just an idea for you. Read More

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  • Agree completely with the your latest column as I and several of my friends with large and older wine collections having been doing for years. You stated  the situation well but need to remind people that a key question to be asked of the more experinced is "with proper storage what charcter when young helps determine how long it will hold?' Als... Read More

    Forum post in the topic encouraging young oenephiles


  • Turley Zinfandel Howell Mountain Pringle Family 2001

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    Purchased from Winebid.com. Intense dark ruby colour. Clean, layered aromas of blackberries, blackcurrants, fresh violet florals, hints of baked cloves and pepper. Dry, full-bodied wine with racy acidity and an even slath of tannins. 16.2% alc but you hardly feel it. Silky textured, it is more straight-forward on the palate without compromising ... Read More

    Wine review by Terence Pang


  • Is Mont Sant the next big area in the wine world?  Read More

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  • Hi, I am looking to buy birth year bottles for my girls (born in '95 and '97).  Which region and varietal can hold up for 21 years before popping the cork?  I'm guessing French wines will be the most common response, but my knowledge to this region is pretty limited (primarily drink CA, WA, and Italian wines).  Also not looking to break the bank... Read More

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  • Hi. I'm new here and looking for 1979 red wine or champagne for my best friend's B-day.I got one 1979 wine from UK but label was not great condition. :((or most 1979 label may not good condition??)My friend has collecting bottle and label after drink the wine also, I would like to find nice label on the bottle too.I've been searching on web but... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Help me to find 1979 wine


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