• It’s a New Era in Sweet Bordeaux

    The golden wines of Bordeaux are a sweet force with which to be reckoned. While Sweet Bordeaux white wines are revered for quality they’ve been pigeonholed...


  • The Great Red Wines of Austria

    The red wines of Austria are an underappreciated jewel of the wine world. Two-thirds of Austria’s vineyard land is dedicated to white varieties. The...


  • A Sicilian Wine Renaissance

    Sicily has a jaded reputation. Thanks to the illustrious movie making of Francis Ford Coppola, Americans have believed for decades that Sicily is mafia....


  • A Washington Winery Worth Watching

    Most press trips are dominated by wall to wall tastings and seminars run at an unforgiving pace topped with long days, little sleep and no down time to...


  • This Wine Region is Trending

    According to the Wine Institute, in 2015, over 28 million liters of wine were produced by sixty-three different wine producing countries. There are currently...


  • Wine Lovers Rally Around California

    News of raging fires in our beloved California wine regions is positively heartbreaking. The impact of these fires is felt around the world. We find...


  • How to Write the Best Ever Wine Tasting Note

    Writing is a cathartic exercise. The same can be said about tasting wine. Amazing things will happen when the two practices are merged. Tasting notes are an...


  • The Real Scoop on Greek Wines

    In many ways Greece is the ancient epicenter to modern society. Governmental structures, intellectual gatherings, food and wine celebrations, all stem from...


  • A Stroll through Burgundy

    You know the scene. He walks into the wine bar, orders a glass of Macon Villages and spends the next half hour telling you he's an expert on Burgundy. Well,...


  • Wines of Substance and Longevity

    If you have any familiarity with Italian wines it’s likely that the name Bertani is well known to you. Located around Verona, the Valpolicella region is...


  • The Water and Your Wine

    Galileo once said “Wine is water, held together by sunlight.” With all the record rainfall that NY has been getting this year, it’s been impossible not...


  • It’s not all about Zinfandel.

    Zinfandel lovers unite in Sonoma’s Dry Creek Valley. Eno-tourists are anxious to visit the area known to some as the Zinfandel grape’s spiritual home....


  • The Many Sides of German Wine

    This past spring I took my very first wine trip to Germany. Before I took off, I did a bit of homework: There are thirteen regions (Anbaugebiete) for quality...


  • Summer Rosé for Fall & Winter Pairings

    Have you been drowning in rosé? For most of us it’s a summertime guarantee. Gratefully, the majority of rosé have something unique to share. Endless...


  • Wine Grapes in the Spotlight

    Today we’re profiling a wine grape of true substance. It’s an undisputed champion of depth in terms of both color and fruit. This grape gives new meaning...


  • Snooth's Spirit of the Week is...

    In Spanish Bozal means wild or untamed. Since Bozal produces their Mezcal from Agave that fits that description, it’s an apt name. There are a number of...


  • Spanish Wines in the Shadows

    Navarra may sound like a dusty desert town in an old Western movie but in reality it’s a little known wine region that’s been overshadowed by Rioja, its...


  • The Last Wines of Summer

    Apples, gourds, and snifters of port are right around the corner. Let’s cherish the last bits of summer before they’re all gone. Here are four choice...


  • Snooth's Spirit of the Week is...

    The Lost Distillery Company produces Scotch Whiskies that echo and are inspired by distilleries that closed long ago for one reason or another, often due to...


  • It’s Time to Rethink Cava

    What comes to mind when I say Cava? Perhaps your initial thoughts are inexpensive and great for mimosas or other sparkling cocktails. Cava has suffered a bit...


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