European Wine Resource

510-234-3876 2250 Central St. Unit F
Richmond, CA 94801
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Dear Collectors and Connoisseurs, I would like to introduce you to European Wine Resource. We are fully licensed importers, wholesalers, and retailers, specializing in the most desirable and elusive wines in the world. Our goal is to provide our clients with a reliable source for these wines. European Wine Resource and its principles have maintained rare wine portfolios since 1970. Today, this collection has grown into one of the largest archives in North America. From the beginning, it has been our focus to represent wines from only the most time-honored producers in the world. These wines are often those that are reserved for special occasions – and can frequently offer the most memorable wine experiences of one’s life. While we offer a great emphasis on Classified French Bordeaux, Italian wines, and Vintage Port, you will also find excellent assortments of French Burgundy, Sauternes, Rhone wines, German Riesling, and many American classics. Although we seek to serve the most discriminating wine connoisseurs, there are many hand picked selections that are moderately priced and thoroughly enjoyable. The majority of our inventory is purchased on release or “en primeur” and is kept in Read more »

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  • Hello wine lovers. Im a newby. I find that I love a Mendoza Malbec  like its oxygen and Nineteen Crimes cab is to die for ( althouth not in the way some of the criminals may have in route to australia) . I also am enjoying some less complex but well balanced red blends like Apothic. My favorite malbec so far is Alamos and Cigar Box is pretty nic... Read More

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  • OK, this is a topic that hasn't come up recently but has many times in the past. How to store wine in the house? Whether to refrigerate?  How to choose passive or refrigerated wine cellars? What kind of wine fridges are best?  Etc., etc.I was doing some real estate shopping in the Ventura/Santa Barbara counties area and ran across a higher-end h... Read More

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  • The world of wine can generally be split into two halves, the familiar and the new, two pieces of a whole that keeps us excited and satisfied. Interestingly there is some similarity between the two. With the familiar we discover new vintages and producers with some regularity, while the new is all based on those moments of discovery. Of course a... Read More

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  • Pinot has been a much celebrated topic here on Snooth over the years I've participated, and it's obviously one of the more celebrated grapes in the wine world. It'll no doubt be a story line I plan on focusing on in years to come so I thought I'd start a thread, logging experiences. Sorry in advance, Greg T.Having said that, I've been mostly dis... Read More

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  • Hello there!I thought I introduce myself to this nice community!My name is Julian and I currently live in Munich, Germany. I have lived in Italy and Houston, TX for a few years. Next to wine, traveling is one of my big passions and I've seen most of Italy and much of Europe.My favorite wines come from Italy and I've already shared a some of my t... Read More

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  • Wanting to refresh my memory on certain French vintages in the Rhône Valley I came across (as I often do) the Robert Parker Vintage Chart.  Parker includes vintages from 1970 through 2010 on his website and scores them on the usual 100 point scale.  He claims that scores of 70-79 are "average" while those of 80-89 are "above average to excellent... Read More

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  • Having made my plans to visit the European Wine Bloggers Conference in Franciacorta, Italy this October, I'm making a point to visit as many of my compatriots' wine blogs as I can before getting to meet them, many for the first time. Of course, it being the European Wine Bloggers conference, many of the sites I've visited are in languages other ... Read More

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  • I have just recently encountered the expression "black glass tasting."  It sounds like in a black glass tasting, the participants are using black glasses so that they cannot discern the color of the wine.  I went to Wikipedia and saw this sentence regarding the rationale behind black glass tasting, "A taster's judgment can be prejudiced by knowi... Read More

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  • The cork vs. screwcap as a wine bottle closure argument/discussion has been done more than once on these pages.  My point here is to encourage some discussion around the merits (or lack-there-of) of arguments in favor of cork as an ethical choice, similar to choosing organic wines, etc.The journalof the Ecological Society Of America published th... Read More

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  • So I'm just wondering......what's everyone's take on the old screw caps vs cork debate....?  How would you best describe the role of each, and overcome perceptual barriers....? Read More

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