Wines That Work

206-295-7609 PO Box 2472
Issaquah, WA 98027
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  • The ride to Sturgis would take me a few weeks just to get there,  No, no, no, Al.  You ship your bike to Rapid City.  You then fly, comfortably, to Rapid City, check in to a hotel there, pick up your bike and ride it to/from Sturgis.My wife used to work off and on with this guy who ran a marketing company.  He was as big a BSer as anybody you've... Read More

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  • Hope you have some good WA wines when you're down there, Darren. Sorry to hear you had a rough winter. I had a brief brush with pneumonia myself, but got over it pretty quickly.RCKR, OT used to berate me for telling the answers too soon. But here you go:1) Haven't had it, haven't even seen it, and wonder why it's getting the placement it is. Pro... Read More

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  • Sometimes we get used to paying upwards of $100 for a nice bottle of wine from the wine shop.  Those are the 'good days' that we want to remember, but soon you notice your bank account is dropping faster than Trumps approval rating, so you start looking for more value-oriented wines that are tasty in their own right.When you find a nice wine tha... Read More

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  • Hmm, are you going to go to work for the Dennys?  And yes, your stepson can work a room.  Congrats to him-assuming this is a step up?2011 may turn out to be a bit of a sleeper vintage, I've decided.  More for the long term than up-front.  Not like the big style that people make so much of these days, so I think you have to look at people who mad... Read More

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  • OK elevator pitch...Registered Interior Designer with a passion for wine, food & travel. Several credits (and bottles) into my Sommelier training. Here to learn, post and laugh a lot :-)Cheers Cora :-) Read More

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  • Drizzling olive oil over the roasted veggies make them even more friendly to reds. Think about what people eat where the wine has been produced the longest. Certainly legume dishes, mushrooms, various potatoes and squash, as Greg mentions. Italian and Greek dishes (and Turkish and 'Balkan' and Spanish and southern French and Levantine, too) can ... Read More

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  • Hey fellow Snoothers,Haven't written in quite a while due to a slow down in wine consumption.Reason being I have switched my diet to Vegan, that means for those of you who don't know I do not consume any meat, poultry, pork, beef, fish. I also have discontinued all forms of Dairy.I did this for many reasons. Upon initiating it for more than a ye... Read More

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  • Emark: Tough work, but someone's gotta do it.  Sounds like a pretty great week. I got to thinking on my train ride and walk to work today about how I might draw down inventory and when as life progresses.  My senses are probably good for another twenty years if nothing goes too wrong, and maybe longer.  I don't want to leave a lot of wine to the... Read More

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  • OK, what's your favorite market in your area for buying good meats, dairy, produce, etc. when you want to prepare a proper meal, likely accompanied by wine? Or just for everyday living? And what do they provide that you value so?Last couple of times I was through San Fran I realized Bi-Rite in the Mission would be mine there. Very much appreciat... Read More

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  • You can buy 2015 California Cabernet if you look around, I'm sure.  Heck, maybe even 2016.  But the Italians make you wait a little longer--five years for Brunello, and four, more or less, for Barolo.  So that means the 2013 Barolos are starting to hit the market, and it's a highly anticipated vintage.  2014 suffered from hail, so it's going to ... Read More

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