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Varietals Produced by Inglenook View all
“King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...
History of the grape: Pinot Gris was planted in Burgundy, France as far back as the 1300s. It then spread through Eur...
British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...
Prounounced “San-joh-vay-say,” this Italian wine varietal is Tuscany’s #1 red wine grape. It’s the pistol of Central ...
Parentage of the grape: Crljenak to Austria to America. In the 1970s, claims surfaced that the Italian Primitivo is l...
“With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...
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My Rating : 87. This hold up well in the last 36 years! good fill hardly any browning but plenty of Sediments. The fruit is still there. Without knowing what it isI would say it is an older Bordeaux. Body is Firm and dry with light fruit. Nose well balanced with elegant blend of aromas. This wine is slowly fading and definitely on his way out. ... Read More
As a Californian, I have felt the loss of such old names as Almaden, Christian Brothers and Inglenook. (OK, I guess Almaden still exists as a mocking shell of its former being. OK, I know it never was great, but their bottles did have corks. Maybe I am the only person who feels a sense of loss of Almaden.) Another of the old abused names is ... Read More
Must admit I'm becoming a convert to this wine, I know it seems to get a lot of negative press having a reputation as a lowly ' Workhorse ' grape. but I enjoy the richness, tannins that grip you and the dense meaty flavours. I've recently had some very good ones, notably .........Paul Mas Estate Carignan Vieilles Vignes Savignac Vineyard 2010 Pa... Read More
I have magnum (3 liter) bottles of Inglenook Charbono years 1983, 1984, 1985 in their original wood boxes. Local Total Wine mgr said this is a valuable wine. Not a wine drinker. What do we do with it? Read More
The other day I took a chance on an obscure bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon priced very very low. It was the descriptor on the back label that convinced me that it was worth a try. I rated this 2010 Domino Cabernet Sauvignon here on Snooth. I also did a little research on the producers of this wine and found out that it was the Delicato Family Vin... Read More
Disapointed with my search results for Temecula. Most were from 2010...Anyway, we are going on a family vacation in the area and I need some assistance in choosing a few wineries to hit. Most of my research so far has been the wineries' websites, which are obviously biased. However, based on this I am thinking about Doffo, Wiens, and Wilson Cr... Read More
Howdy, folks. I have access to very well preserved mid-90s Mondavi reserve cabs. I have been eyeing them for a while and wondered if anyone here has opened them recently and cared to share their thoughts on whether they are worth the $100 or so it would cost to acquire them.Thanks in advance. Read More
Great story in today's NY Times about yet another wine broker making fraudulent sales. When I said to my wife, "Counterfeit wine," she said, "Actual turpentine in Two Buck Chuck?" And I said, "No, those bottles get opened and it would be discovered too quickly. The money in fake wine comes at the upper end." Don't know why, but I keep finding... Read More
I absolutely loved writing for the wine epiphany contest here on Snooth, and I'm thrilled that this website (of already great ideas, people, and community) is fostering something so literally rewarding and fun. Because not everyone loves writing essays nor has the time to, I'd love to hear what people's epiphany wines were (just a name, price, a... Read More
Had one of those once in a lifetime days betting the ponies today. With the winnings, i'm probably going to be budgeting up to $1500.00 on some more expensive wines I haven't been able to afford in the $80-$200 range. Any suggestions? I favor a right-bank bordeaux style for reds but also enjoy a medium bodied cabernet style, along with rhone ... Read More
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