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History of the grape: Monastrell is a native of Spain, first grown in Murviedro near Valencia, and was eventually bro...
“King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...
History of the grape: Origins of Tempranillo are murky. It could be indigenous to the Spanish countryside, or it coul...
The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...
Macabeo is Spain’s most widely planted grape. From there, it has made its way to southern France’s Roussillon region,...
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In conversations about better Brunello producers, it's usually not long before the name Il Palazzone comes around. This is a winery that produces consistently excellent Brunello Di Montalcino, and a wonderful non-vintage Rosso of great value. So what is behind the consistency and quality for which Il Palazzone has come to be known? To answer th... Read More
With harvest truly getting underway in northern California, up to now it's mostly been early whites and grapes for roses and sparkling wines, masses of enotourists are descending on the northern counties to enjoy them in their glory. While many of us think of wine country as a tourist destination, the truth of the matter is that it is an agricul... Read More
Last week, I took a look at value Pinot Grigios priced at $15 and under. Today, we turn the tables and look at a handful of wines that break through the $15 threshold.Some of those value priced wines are just as good, albeit in a slightly different style, as many of these wines. The main difference is that if you were shopping blind, you would b... Read More
Carla Capalbo is joining us today to answer questions about her experiences along the food lover's journey. In case you missed it, we published an intriguing article by Carla earlier this week entitled Tasty Italian Hospitality. Though she touches on the nature of Italian hospitably, Carla shifts gears halfway through the article to focus on the... Read More
Mar 11, 2011
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So, should we be excited? Well, a lot of the wine media and critics parade would have you believe so, but if you’re like me and prefer more traditionally proportioned wines, a word of caution is in order.2007 is another hot climate vintage for Piedmont, and the wines certainly show it. While many of the wines show a much greater understanding of... Read More
Hi my name is Tom. I have owned a small tavern in Northern WI for a couple years now. Believe it or not there is not a bottle of wine with a cork in it within 40 miles. I'm looking for suggestions for wines to serve that are priced between 8-15 dollars. I am currently not a big wine drinker and any help would be welcome.ThanksTom Read More
I'm hoping the Snooth community can help me out with some recommendations. I've have had a couple Argentinian Malbec and Malbec blend wines in the last couple of months that I really enjoyed and I was hoping that I could get some recommendations to expand what I've tried. I'm looking up to $50 but realistically more in the $15 to $30 range. L... Read More
While this is a follow up post to my 2005 Barolo tasting notes, which can be found here, these wines were actually tasted first. The intro to the Barolo post hold some valuable background information as to the style of the tasting and the limitations that imposes on the ultimate value of these notes.92-93Cascina Saria (Neive) - a really penetra... Read More