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  • [Snooth is pleased to welcome its newest contributor, Dan Petroski, Assistant Winemaker at the esteemed Larkmead Vineyards in Napa Valley. Dan has an MBA from New York University and worked as an Ad Exec in New York for several years, before switching it up and trading his suit for a move out west.]For each and every one of us who made a New Yea... Read More

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  • The Pour reported yesterday that Jacques Selosse is back. I've been hearing about this Champagne for some time- it is favored not only by discerning French palates like those of my friend Eric Dubourg of Wineberry (who, himself, imports one of the most delicious Champagnes I have tasted, Gardet) to our very own guest blogger and favorite wine di... Read More

    Forum post in the topic This One Won't be on the Sale...


  • [Alesha Hall, currently completing her Masters of Food Studies at NYU, is the latest addition to the Snooth team. She has a background in food, wine and marketing and will help the company marketing and PR efforts. Please join me in welcoming her for her inaugural post - Philip]I was never much a believer of the whole Biodynamic Wine movement, b... Read More

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  • [Another treat today, as I have the pleasure of introducing Daniel Petroski, Assistant Winemaker at Larkmead Vineyards, where I was fortunate enough to experience their hospitality and to taste their wines during a recent trip out west. Dan reports on the current harvest conditions:]An update on the 2007 harvest, while I have a moment. Mother Na... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Napa Valley Harvest Update


  • Whilst it is fun to do, there is no real mystery to mastering the act of decanting vintage port (or any other wine).Most people feel more comfortable using some kind of filter: either a purpose made funnel, or other such material eg. coffee filter paper. However if the bottle of Port has been properly prepared and addressed, such items are not a... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Decanting Vintage Port


  • Whilst it is fun to do, there is no real mystery to mastering the act of decanting vintage port (or any other wine). Most people feel more comfortable using some kind of filter: either a purpose made funnel, or other such material eg. coffee filter paper. However if the bottle of Port has been properly prepared and addressed, such items are not ... Read More

    From the article Decanting Vintage Port


  • Design and development have long been at odds on the web. It seems there's a digital echo coming from the designer corner: complaints that "developers always screw with and break our designs." And developers are likewise stuck in an infinite recursive loop of cursing their design partners back to their flighty, self-absorbed, and self-righteou... Read More

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  • I spent Saturday afternoon cycling with a good friend of mine, Rodolphe Boulanger, who is President of an online wine retailer and a keen wine aficionado. Both of us studied Chemistry at University, and both of us have a large degree of skepticism over a lot of wine heresay. This time, we argued the validity of accepted wine storage best practic... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wine Chemistry


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