Wines That Work

206-295-7609 PO Box 2472
Issaquah, WA 98027
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  • Are you looking for great wines, not only to enjoy, but also to learn about and ... ... of making expressive wines that work perfectly at the table and show all that Sonoma has to offer. This is a great package to get started with The California Wine Club. This shipment, like all of their monthly shipments, is only $35.95 plus s&h. That includ... Read More

    From the article California Wine Club


  • With yesterday’s official beginning of summer, it's about time I take a look at some of the white wines we will all be reaching for over the coming months. I know it’s really easy to harsh on Chardonnay, everyone does it -- yours truly included -- but the truth is there's plenty of excellent Chardonnay floating around in today’s market. Some of ... Read More

    From the article Summer Chardonnay Round-up


  • Almost first half of 2010 pasted by and its time to run some statistics, what did I drink so far this year:Mexico: 40 bottlesSpain: 28 bottlesArgentina: 12 bottlesChile: 11 bottlesItaly: 7 bottlesFrance: 5 bottlesGermany: 3 bottlesUSA: 3 bottlesPortugal: 2 bottlesThats what I drank at home so far this year and doesn't consider wines consumed at ... Read More

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  • Hello fellow snooth-sayers, I recently joined and thought I'd do an introduction.  I am Michael Horne, a self-admitted Italian wine geek, importer, certified sommelier, globe-trotting foodie, lover of all things Italian, technologist and serial entrepreneur.  Yes, that's a mouthful, but it pretty much sums me up.I founded the Italian wine import... Read More

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  • So, what’s it gonna be this year? Please, not another tie for Dad! I know that’s just an old clichéd line, but, well, you know how hard it can be getting something that makes Father’s Day special and doesn’t just get thrown in a drawer. Nothing is better than just setting aside some time to share with your father for his special day. After all, ... Read More

    From the article Don & Sons for Father's Day


  • So you're standing in an unfamiliar wine shop that sells wines that you are unfamiliar with--how do you go about choosing a wine? Do you look at the labels? Do you go by varietal or region? Do you search the shelves for a brand that you've heard of? Do you ask the sales clerk for a recommendation? How do YOU decide where to start your wine adven... Read More

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  • So we're all here and we see that many of us got bitten by the sweet white wine bug, only to move on? My wine life begn  ightIalandne, ent through almost everything else, ends with medium to light Italian red wines, only to start the circuit again, yes my tastes change, evolve and vary! So where did you start, where are you, where do you want to... Read More

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  • I'm interested to hear what viewers on Snooth would like to hear about regarding wine in the antipodes? We have a blog (http://birthofawine.blogspot.com/), which tracks our vineyard adventures, but I'd also like to interarct with like-minded folk on Snooth too. Want to discuss New World vs Old World wines, Martinborough vs Otago Pinot Noir or th... Read More

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  • All - I'm curious to know if anyone has tried and analyzed any of the grapes (new or not) from Cornell University?   There is a Finger Lakes Wine festival I'd like to visit, time permitting, see first link.http://www.flwinefest.comhttp://www.nywcc.comFrom Cornell UniversityCornell University was/is experimenting with varietals for the region and... Read More

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  • Hey All:Just read a terrific book about a little known grape, the Norton. Book is titled, "The Wild Vine" by Todd Kliman. Grown basically in Virginia and Missouri. Incredible story as this grape has experienced several periods of tremendous popularity and significant obscurity throughout US history. Give this one a read- I think you'll like it. ... Read More

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