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  • Napagirl just posted that she has run out of space for storing wine.  I worry that, even if I never buy another bottle of wine, it'll take two years of weekends to drink what I have stored up.  I also wonder about getting to the bottles at the right time--having too many that will peak soon, having some that I'll have to hang onto through moves ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic How much is too much?...


  • Click here for the whole article, but here's some choice quotes regarding the potential brilliance and disaster along the Atlantic coast:"This has been a strange year for vintners, both here in the East and on the West Coast."We remember a winter of record snows, but local winemakers recall a quick warm-up that brought summerlike temperatures i... Read More

    Forum post in the topic The Post talks about the 2010...


  • Well, the weather has certainly begun to change, and while many folks are making the transition to autumn reds, I’m holding onto the last vestiges of summer and finishing off the season with some great seafood dishes, which, of course, require a white or two!This week I’ve been trying a few Albarinos, a great white from the Rias Baixas region of... Read More

    From the article All About Albarino


  • Now that autumn is approaching, I want to use one of my favorite fall cooking fruits.. Quince.  I currently have some FRESH Quince paste.. purchased at a high end grocery, and am refrigerating for a short time. Please suggest.. what cheese/ and or cracker or OTHER food recipe can I use this with?  I am thinking of manchego or bleu, perhaps with ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Recipe/pairing for quince...


  • OK... a bone-in high quality pork chop, dredged in caraway and fennel (S&P), browned over EVOO in pan, transferred to warmer.  Served over Nappa cabbage, slawed and heated with hard cider, caraway and fennel, which all sits atop an encrusted parmesan and olive oil coated sour baguette.  It is lovely, I have made it before and winged it on the wi... Read More

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  • Hi I just got a bottle of Malbec from Argentina ($8) and a bottle of Barton & Guestier 2007 Beaujolais (Not village nor nouveau just Beaujolais).Is it ok to drink these chilled?I usually drink roses, sparklers and whites which are chilled, what are the rules to follow for affordable ($5-$10) reds which I am starting to discover? Thanks Patrick Read More

    Forum post in the topic Which reds can I drink chilled?


  • Now, let’s go back and talk a bit more about those corks and the effect rapid swings in temperature can have on them. Corks work as seals in the bottle neck because of their elasticity. A cork is effectively made up of lots of little bubbles of cork cells. This spongy structure expands and contracts like all solids do when the temperature c... Read More

    From the article Cellar Temperature and Corks


  • So, I'm new here in the Snooth office and put together my first "Weekly Wine News Roundup" this week (it will get better over time - especially with the help of the community).I've taken @dmcker's advice and started a topic about fast food wine pairings (Zagat had an interesting article about this topic that I featured in the Roundup). Anyone h... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Fast Food Wine Pairings


  • Yes, that is really me in the profile pic. P90X!Anyway, I just found out that I like wine. Who knew? I like Cabs the most. Drop me a note and say HI! Read More

    Forum post in the topic Cabs RULE!


  • Avanti Malbec Rosé 2008

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    The Argentinean 'incarnation' of the Malbec grape, with its tighter, smaller berry clusters than the varietal's original French predecessor lends beautifully to making Rose style wine. The Avanti, I think in particular, is a fantastic example of this.The nose, even quite chilled, is chock full of ripe, red cherry and even raspberries. The wine... Read More

    Wine review by ChipDWood


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