Wines That Work

206-295-7609 PO Box 2472
Issaquah, WA 98027
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  • We're doing a long weekend in Russian River and Napa this weekend. Flew into San Francisco yesterday with no problems. Friend picked us up at the airport, definitely beats the heck out of fighting the huge crowd at the rental car counters. Why don't they have a contiguous highway from the airport to hwy 101.So what's the first thing to do in win... Read More

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  • Who knew Peter Bagge based Buddy Bradley on our own GregT?Okay, I loved that rant, even though I was the one to link to the Asimov article.  I find Asimov to be incredibly self-important and his annoying (but, as GregT pointed out, veiled) anti-Parkerism to be a bit Ahab-like.  (Imagine how much more boring Moby Dick would be if it never actuall... Read More

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  • `Wines should be nimble and refreshing, energizing rather than fatiguing and low in alcohol, if possible. It’s a long, tiring meal, and the last thing you want are heavy, alcoholic, torpor-inducing wines. Instead, they should be light and exhilarating, the sort that promote salivation rather than comas.David - here's a word of advice, or rather ... Read More

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  • DMcker, we are on exactly the same wavelength on this.  I'd divide those bottles up just the same way.  And today, in the NYT, Asimov did his tasting of wines that might work for Thanksgiving.  Here's a really good quote:Wines should be nimble and refreshing, energizing rather than fatiguing and low in alcohol, if possible. It’s a long, tiring m... Read More

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  • Okay, I'm providing wine for my family (or I hope so, or I won't have anything that I like to drink) and I strongly recommend a cabernet franc from the Loire.  Chinon, Bourgeuil, or St. Nicholas de Bourgeuil are often very reasonable, they go well with the gamier aspects of the dark meat and many sides, nice cleansing acidity... and very good ex... Read More

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  • Hello fellow wine lovers! I am new to the snooth community, but am finding this platform to be a great place to research wines, as well as read helpful reviews. As an avid wine drinker, I am always interested in hearing other people's wine reviews, and I was wondering if some would help me with my search.  This year, my wife and I are hosting th... Read More

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  • All good things must come to an end. After spending nearly 20 years at Clos de Tart winery in Burgundy's Morey-Saint-Denis, manager and technical director Sylvain Pitiot is saying farewell to the Mommessin family's beloved estate. Pitiot was a  cartographer by trade until he dove into the French wine industry.  He began his career working with C... Read More

    From the article Burgundy Boss To Step Down In December


  • It's official – the 2014 wines of Austria have been blessed. This week Provost Bernhard Backovsky gave his official blessing of Austria's most recent vintage, a yearly event which was held this past Tuesday at Stift Klosterneuburg in Austria's Niederoesterreich region. The blessed wine, called “Taufwein”, was served by national wine queen Tanja ... Read More

    From the article 2014 Austrian Vintage Receives Ceremonial Seal of Approval


  • Swartland winery Sadie Family took home a trio of five-star ratings and won Winery of the Year in Platter's recently released “2015 Guide to South African Wines”, the second such honor for the winery.  “Platter's is delighted to announce that Swartland-based Sadie Family Wines is the Guide's Winery of the Year for a historic second time,” Platte... Read More

    From the article Sadie Family Win's South Africa Winery of the Year


  • Well, OT, as an individual who orders his share of wine on-line, I have to agree with you on the convenience.  However, when you look at a $10 wine like Cole is seeking, shipping costs can really jack up the per bottle price.  So, I can certainly understand why Cole is looking for a local retailer.On the other hand, though, Cole, there are so ma... Read More

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