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  • Greg, don't even read this!Yesterday I hosted a pinot noir event.  It was a blind tasting of three BC and one California.  Talk about getting out of the box.  For me this is tantamount to cross-dressing.  It started because Chester introduced me to the Kettle Valley "Hayman" reserve Pinot last year.  I really liked it, so when I found one (83 ca... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Pinot Noir throwdown


  • There’s nothing quite like having wine friends. After all, our mutual topic of interest is a social lubricant. But there’s so much more to it, as Snooth’s recent blogger trip will attest. Earlier this month we had the opportunity to explore one of the country’s oldest and up-and-coming wine regions: Lodi, California. It still amazes me that a si... Read More

    From the article Lodi Wines: Past, Present, Future


  • Earlier this week Growing Produce reporter Ann-Marie Jeffries dove into the interesting and detailed world of grape research, speaking with experts from a research collaborative called VitisGen to get the inside story on what's cooking in the experimental kitchens of America's leading grape researchers.  “With a focus on disease  resistance and ... Read More

    From the article Making Grapes Better: Collaboration Seeks to Speed Up Super-Grape Research


  • Wine is not the first pairing that comes to mind when you’re talking about Brazilian cuisine. Coffee, fruit drinks, cachaça, and beer are all more traditional and have longer histories with the food. Portugal has a long history of wine production, but the first settlers in the 1500s found the northern regions near the equator too hot and too wet... Read More

    From the article Brazilian Cuisine is Begging for Wine


  • Montalcino is a beautiful medieval hilltop village just 40 miles south of Siena, on the ancient roadway to Rome. It is dominated by a castle, called La Fortezza, which doubles as an enoteca and wine shop. La Fortezza offers most of the wines of the zone, plus older vintages, as well as honey, olive oil, jams and the like. It also offers a breath... Read More

    From the article Time In a Bottle: 2010 Brunello di Montalcino


  • Retired and looking to become more acquainted with wine products.  It seems like an vast array of confusion to me.  I only drink dark red wines, and the cheap kinds- as you might be able to tell by my username- but I love wine.  So let me get my many thoughts together and in some kind of order and I will get back.  Thank you community.  Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello Snooth!


  • NG, was hoping to see you (and Fox) here in this discussion! Coastal Commission issues are something I was once au courant on since my family had a big chunk of land right on the ocean in Cayucos (I was also personally asked to make an offer on a ranch fronting the ocean in Cambria, though I quickly backpedaled when research dug up multiple not-... Read More

    Forum post in the topic From Santa Cruz south through...


  • I once, a few years back, almost pulled the trigger on a real estate purchase in the hills back behind the Big Sur coastline. Was reminiscing on that today, and wondered why I never hear about wine from that area. Is it because I'm so far away and out of touch and there actually are barrels and barrels of wine being made there, or because the cu... Read More

    Forum post in the topic From Santa Cruz south through...


  • A 2013 climate study titled “Wine, climate change and conservation” by climate change expert Lee Hannah posited that the world's vineyards would experience average temperature increases between 2.5 and 4.7 degrees Celsius in the next 35 years.  While the forecast did not bode well for France, Italy and California, “swaths of the British Columbia... Read More

    From the article Okanagan Valley Winemakers Unfazed by Nature's Attempt to Turn Up the Heat


  • With talk of drought and its effect on California vineyards on the rise, a University of Stanford research team for its School of Earth, Energy and Environmental Science talked with the Los Angeles Times about how global warming is affecting California's water supply. “Climate change is increasing the risk of severe drought in California by caus... Read More

    From the article Scientists Explain How Global Warming Contributes To Cali Drought


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