Wines That Work

206-295-7609 PO Box 2472
Issaquah, WA 98027
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  • Not surprisingly I get asked many questions about wine.  While some fall into the category of why does the wine smell, taste, look, or feel the way it does, at least as many focus on what to buy. Recommending wine is a tricky business under the best of conditions. Knowing a person’s palate preferences is usually the key. When I am asked, “What s... Read More

    From the article Wine 101 - Down the Road to Collecting


  • I need a recommendation. I loooooove to cook, and I've discovered a lot of recipes that call for wine. I've been cooking with just a bottle of $10 white wine. Is this the right thing to do, or should I actually buy "cooking wine"? To me, actual wine would seem better, but I'm new at this. Also, I cooked a recipe that called for about 3 cups of r... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Cooking with wine


  • I read this article a couple of days ago from the Wall Street Journal. I thought it was pretty interesting because fall for me has always meant a switch to red. Has anyone tried the Rhone Whites? I'm going to give this a go at the end of the week! Let me know if its really worth the wsj buzz.Check out the article here: http://online.wsj.com/arti... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Rhone White Wines for Fall


  • !http://www.citywinery.com/system/banners/40598/original/Cab-Crush-Banner.jpg?1255713955!There are some very cool events going on in New York City for those who are looking for some fun and a break from work. Check out NYC's First Public Cab Crush. Admission is only $15 and participants will get the chance to do some HANDS-ON WINE MAKING. Tastin... Read More

    Forum post in the topic 2nd Annual New York City Cab...


  • Hi, I'm a New Zealander living in Australia and am looking to broaden my knowledge of all things wine. I cook in a Mediterranean restaurant and have loved discovering European wines.This is a great site, learning heaps from the articles. Keep up the good work! Read More

    Forum post in the topic Kia ora


  • Hi, my name is Katie, 'new' to wine, and very new to snooth. I am only 21 but my appreciation for wine is growing every day. I can't go a day with out it, in a good way. I really want to learn all I can and maybe break into the business at some point. As of now, I'm saying CHEERS to my fellow winos and the community we all share! Read More

    Forum post in the topic Newbie


  • By Maggie Fox Wine Buyer, Gary’s Wine & Marketplace  While “green” has all but jumped the shark as a buzz-word, grape-growers and winemakers still have a long road ahead of them when it comes to environmental responsibility and holistic winemaking.  At least, that is, in the opinion of die-hards like Mike Benziger.  So is one type of certificati... Read More

    From the article Banking on Biodynamics: An Interview with Mike Benziger


  • Scuttlebutt is that Amazon has been distancing themselves from their online winesales venture since September, and that a senior account mgr for 'business development-wine' has sent around an email notifying their partners that they are out. The version of the email I saw seemed smarmily vague in its apology to its partners while making it clear... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Amazon pulls out of wine sales


  • Hey...I'm new here...just found you all. I have a magnum bottle of wine from 1959 that I've been asked to sell. I went to Christies...and tried a couple of other wine sites. But they thought I had a case of it...not just a bottle. Any suggestions where I could go to see if I can sell this bottle of wine?Thanks...Wineybeach Read More

    Forum post in the topic How do you sell a bottle of...


  • It has just occurred to me that there appears to be an endless supply of experts and comments on wine as a topic of keen interest. As such, as a relative novice to the world of wine-chat and discussions, I want to know what (in your humble opinions) makes a good wine blog? Read More

    Forum post in the topic What makes a good wine blog?


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