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California - Northern

Articles about california - northern

  • Bennett Valley & Chalk Hill

    Bennett Valley & Chalk HillIt's been a while since I've posted a blog on Snooth.  It also has been a while since I've done anything with the pages I curate.  If you don't know I curate the Sonoma County and Sonoma Valley webpages.  One way to address b... View Article »

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Oregon

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France - Champagne

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California - Central Coast

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Washington

Articles about washington

  • Seven Hills

    A pioneering Washington State winery visits New York City. I recently had the chance to sit down with the proprietors of Washington State’s Seven Hills winery; Casey and Vicky McClellan. View Article »

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New York

Articles about new york

  • Wine on the North Fork of Long Island

    The North Fork of Long Island, New York is home to some 30 wineries, who, together, manage around 3,000 acres of vineyards. The climate is maritime in the summer (weather predominately comes from the Gulf) and continen... View Article »

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France - Bordeaux

    Conversations about france - bordeaux from the Snooth Forums

  • Bordeaux trip

    We live in the far South West of England, a long way from the usual cross Channel ports such as Dover. We do however, have a local ferry... Read Topic »

    Posted on Nov 16, 2008 by AJamesAJames


Articles about france - bordeaux

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Australia

    Conversations about australia from the Snooth Forums

  • Yarra Valley

    My trip to the east is over and I have a lot of memories from it.  My week in Melbourne was extremely memorable for many reasons: the... Read Topic »

    Posted on Nov 21, 2008 by HondaJohnHondaJohn


Articles about australia

  • Wine & Australia

    Greetings from Australia!  The land of big Shiraz, great beaches and the wild outback.  My travels (for work) have taken me from San Francisco to Sydney and currently to Melbourne.  From here I'm off to Hong Kong and then Taipei before ... View Article »
  • Western Australia's Cool Climate Wines

    When one thinks of the wines of Australia it is natural to think first of the regions around the heavily populated, and long settled Southeastern corner of the country. Barossa, the Hunter Valley, the Yarra valley, they each are worthy of ones attention, and represent the historic centers of wine production in... View Article »

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Canada

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France - Burgundy

Articles about france - burgundy

  • Learning Burgundy

    Although experienced with the wines and wine country of Napa, Oregon, Italy, and others, the thought of approaching France’s Burgundy region still made me nervous. Without question, this is the home of some of the world’s most enchanting wines. Montrachet, Chambertin, Romanee, and Mersault draw a lot of... View Article »

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