Wines That Work

206-295-7609 PO Box 2472
Issaquah, WA 98027
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  • A friend and I decided to see wine country while it was just about harvest season, so there'd be grapes on the vines. She had been once before on a planned tour of about four places all in south Sonoma. We opted this time to rent a car and drive ourselves so we could hit the places we wanted to visit.I learned some valuable things, so if you'r... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Visiting Wine Country


  • Need a little help on this matter. My wine guy suggested many wines to me most out of tanks, like it was better than sitting in oak. Can someone explain the main differences. My take so far is that American oak gives a Vanilla flavor to the wine(is this right or wrong)? And why do the French think their oak is better? Thanks Read More

    Forum post in the topic Oak vs. tanks


  • Please help. I'm a novice looking to upgrade my knowledge of wine. I enjoy the aromas, tastes and textures of wine for years, but my dilemma is the lack of conversation. In anyones opinion what would be five good topics to indulge on to start with? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wine conversation


  • Veuve Cliquot is an Iconic brand of Champagne. From the instantly recognizable orange label, many people simply ask for the Champagne with the orange label, to the Tete de Cuvee; La Grand Dame, their wines are sought out the world over. With a history spanning 3 centuries, the house of Veuve Clicquot has been at the forefront of numerous advance... Read More

    From the article An Interview With Dominique Demarville - Cellermaster Veuve Clicquot


  • I'm hoping the Snooth community can help me out with some recommendations. I've have had a couple Argentinian Malbec and Malbec blend wines in the last couple of months that I really enjoyed and I was hoping that I could get some recommendations to expand what I've tried. I'm looking up to $50 but realistically more in the $15 to $30 range. L... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Malbec Recommendations ...


  • Ahhh... So many wines, so little time, and such a small budget... I am trying so hard to learn the world of wines as best I can, but this experience is truly one I have to take on my own. (Thank goodness for Snooth!). So my dilemma... I am trying to find reasonably priced wines that suit my tastes as well as my food preference. I do not eat r... Read More

    Forum post in the topic My dilemma with wine...


  • I was asked by a fellow snoother to write a bit about Norton wines after I had expressed some opinions regarding same in another forum thread. So in an effort to comply and, for what it's worth, share my humble knowledge of the subject, I present the following:I moved to Missouri in 1994 after having lived the prior ten years in Sonoma County, C... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Norton - a brief history of...


  • Menage a Trois Red 2003

    Snoothrank:

    Blended zinfandel, merlot and cabernet is fruit forward and full bodied. Great with summer grilling, casual dining or just for sipping. I find it locally for $8-$9 bottle. One of my favorite 'after work' wines. I have not met anybody that wasn't both pleased with this wine and surprised by its affordability. Read More

    Wine review by bobalenzo


  • Drinking wine out of plain, ordinary tumblers seems to be a bad idea. And carrying wine glasses actually made of glass around (e.g., to picnics) is a bit tricky as they constantly want to break. Are plastic wine glasses okay? I'm a little concerned that I'd end up with wine that smelt/tasted nicely of plastic... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Plastic wine 'glasses'


  • If you're like me and are the sole drinker of your household, you hardly want to polish off a whole bottle by yourself each night. Here's a way to store your leftoversStep 1: Buy and drink a Half-Bottle wine, like a dessert wine of some kind. They're typically 375 ml, and are better for storing opened wine because there is less room for oxygen... Read More

    Forum post in the topic A tip for storing leftover wine


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