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  • Bulgaria

      The history of wine-making in the country of Bulgaria began at least 3000 years ago with t...

  • Colorado

    "Rocky Mountain HIGH"! Colorado’s grape-growing regions are among the highest in the world – from...

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  • Damianitza

    The Winery Damianitza was founded in 1940, just before the Second World War and for over half a ...

  • Château Todoroff

    We create unique products, meeting the specific requirements of each individual client. We don't ...

  • Terra Tangra Ltd

    Family owned winery

  • Edoardo Miroglio Winery- Elelenovo

    In 2002 Edoardo Miroglio, a well known Italian producer of textile products and wines, discover...

  • Augustina's Winery

    Augustina's Winery is one of the older Colorado wineries now dotting Colorado's Front Range. Lice...

  • Whitewater Hill

    Whitewater Hill Vineyards produces classic varietal wines at our farm winery overlooking our vine...

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Black Rose on Snooth

  • Recently tried Esser Zinfandel American Canyon Napa County-2005 at just under $8 a bottle.  Great "cheap" Zin.  I would love to hear from others about this or your favorite under $10 bottle.   Read More

    Forum post in the topic Your favorite under $10 a...


  • After a day of drinking Giacosa (admittedly, that night preceded this, but I have yet to write up those notes), what could be better than a follow up tasting of some excellent 1985 Barolo? I remember the hoopla when these wines were released. It was called the best vintage ever, and everyone was praising the quality of the fruit before the fir... Read More

    From the article 1985 Barolo: A Peak at 25


  • 2005 Barolo has the grave misfortune of living between two highly-regarded vintages, so that means you shouldn’t be buying these wines, right? Well, hold on there just a second.  On the first hand, vintage assessments never really tell the whole story, and on the second, well, these wines might just end up getting dumped at a discount so they mi... Read More

    From the article Revisiting 2005 Barolo


  • Mario Marengo Barolo Brunate 1996

    Snoothrank:

    Deep ruby red leading to brick with a slight orange rim. The bouquet can by smelled four feet from the glass. Aromas of black cherry and rose petals rise from the first swirl. With a little more time you find forest floor, tar and red licorice. A Barolo that can be enjoyed entirely on the nose alone. The palate is full bodied with cherry fruit, ... Read More

    Wine review by Eric Guido


  • I've done a study searching for answers and this is what I've come up with, perhaps this will educate some of my wine beginners and intermediates. If the Pros disagree or want to embellish, feel free to post me .There are only 5 tastes that a human can sense: 1) sweet 2) sour 3) bitter 4) salty 5) spicy. What the wine reviewers are talking about... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Notes on Wine to the Palate


  • Hey there - As a young wine drinker (22 yrs. old) I am still new to the wine world. I want to acquire as much wine knowledge as possible, and all of my mentors have pushed me down the same path, taste, taste, taste! Therefore I am at the point where I find it imperative that I begin to develop my pallet. What I am looking for are lower priced wi... Read More

    Forum post in the topic true to varietal recommendations


  • Jean-Charles de Salinières Nuits-St-Georges Premier Cru 1998

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    We opened this on our honeymoon and spent a pleasant couple of hours with it developing in the glass in front of us: starting with a rich nose of baked fruit, banana and vanilla, and a hotly alcoholic palate, it seemed at first a little bit reticent. Over time it began to reveal aromas of dying flowers -- almost oversweet -- with mint, strawberr... Read More

    Wine review by Robert Dallas Gray


  • I tried to search for a forum about this but I couldn't find one, even though I'm sure there is somewhere. Put simply, I am extremely confused about French Wines - I know they don't put the varietal on the label but that's about it. How do you know what you're buying? Can anyone give me any details or direct me to any good references about this ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic French Wine = Confusion


  • I am always impressed with how some people, mostly real wine experts have learned to pick out many specific flavors in a wine. Once in a while a specific flavor jumps out at me, which is sometimes good, sometimes bad. I remember in France, they would sell these kits with maybe 50 or more bottles, each containing different important smells to he... Read More

    Forum post in the topic How best to learn how to...


  • I am hoping someone with some pairing knowledge can help me. for Valentines day, I am making a nice, intimate dinner... I have pairings for the appetizer and dessert... but I am looking for a main dish pairing..I am basically making a bone-in pork chop, which I dredge in semolina flour (vs regular, cause I like the slight crust) and totally dr... Read More

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