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12667 ROAD 24
MADERA, CA View map

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  • Sauvignon Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc is widely grown in California -- at over 15,000 acres, it’s now the third most planted variety -- and...

  • Zinfandel

    Parentage of the grape: Crljenak to Austria to America. In the 1970s, claims surfaced that the Italian Primitivo is l...

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

  • Merlot

    The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...

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  • We made it home safe and sound with a few less dollars in our bank account but we came back with some mighty nice jewels that we discovered along the way.Sunday was our Napa day.  Thanks to another great rec from OT, we found our way to Apsara in Calistoga.  We met with winemaker Robin Akhurst, what a great guy.  A Scot from south of Edinburgh, ... Read More

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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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  • The best Indian food I ever had was when my friend Aman’s parents would visit from Ahmedabad and his mother would cook wonderful meals for us. Beautifully seasoned, all vegetarian, and all made with love in the traditional style of Gujarat. Unfortunately, I never wrote down the names of any of the dishes and have never seen anything like them on... Read More

    From the article 5 Wines to Pair with Indian Food Classics


  • `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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  • 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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  • Ian Cauble often has interesting wines at his Somm Select site. Today's offering really hit home for me, since I've had it several times locally, and have hiked, climbed, driven, dived, sailed and boated the coast he describes many times before. Fell in love with the area, including Furore (named after the 'furor' of the waves on the rocks), lon... Read More

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  • Sticking to the topic of eating reptiles, we eat poultry which is just one step removed from reptiles on the evolutionary path.  So it's not surprising that people say reptiles taste like chicken.  My own experience with garrobo was that it was a bit fatty compared to chicken, but very mild, like all white meat.  Alligator (I've eaten that a few... Read More

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  • I have my reasons, which are few but important, but at home I rarely cook chicken. I sit in Italy eating chicken as I formulate these ideas in my head, and it's precisely because of this chicken that I am eating that I rarely eat chicken while at home. What I am eating is a bit tough, though not dry, stringy is the best way to describe the meat,... Read More

    From the article 5 Course Chicken Dinner


  • Hello all!Put together a nice little timeline of photo's from over the past several weeks in Sonoma County. I really do love Harvest time each year. Obviously in CA everyone is freaking out a little at the prospect of being fined, so I enjoy my new title of 'intern' for a couple of weeks to make sure safety is a must. http://www.britwit.co/britw... Read More

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  • WINE PAIRING: Wente Vineyards Sandstone MerlotSERVES 6 TO 8Use a dry red wine, such as Burgundy or Côtes du Rhône. Don’t thaw the pearl onions before cooking.POT ROAST1 (5- to 6-pound) boneless beef chuck-eye roast, pulled apart at seam into 2 separate roasts, fat trimmed, and roasts tied individually at 1-inch intervalsSalt and pepper4 slices b... Read More

    From the article Recipe - Burgundy Pot Roast from Wente Vineyards


  • Yes Cook's collector series champagne 2000, How much is it?

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  • i want to know the price of brut cooks collectors series 2000

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