Wine To Texas

214 695 0780 4617 Shadycreek Lane
Colleyville, TX 76034
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  • Geez, they have so many wines (and labels)! Hard to find the sangiovese amongst them. Still looking for the 'tack room sink' blend in lieu of any kitchen sink down cowboy way. Should find it soon among the dozens on multiple pages, probably with a little liniment thrown in like the Greeks use pine resin. Somehow feel like I need my 12 gauge and ... Read More

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  • OK, I have another entry for Al's category.  This is another low-dollar Costco wine.  I violated two of my wine buying rules when I was sucked into this one. Avoid Zinfandels that are not from anywhere in Sonoma County.  This is a rule that has held me in good stead.  Occasionally, I find an exception, but, believe me, the operative word there i... Read More

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  • Ok, new year and time for a new topic of discussion.  Just yesterday I opened this Pinot Noir from California that initially sounded promising.  First  - it was given to Sandra as a retirement gift so it was free.  Second - a Pinot Noir bottled in St. Helena CA, so it has to be decent, right? and Third - a nice looking label.  Well, this 2014 Me... Read More

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  • Same from me - Merry Christmas.EMark - problem is that BV. Their lower end wines are pretty bad. OTOH, if you pick up the Rutherford, which is the bottling next up, it's actually a very credible version of a Rutherford Cab. Price is all over the map though - I usually get it for around $20 but that's when it's on sale somewhere.  More commonly i... Read More

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  • Hi Pal,Welcome to the forum.  If you've been drinking wine for thirteen years, you're not a novice!  Obviously you know what you like and that's what really matters. Forum's a little slow right now, but stick around.  There'll be something you will find interesting being talked about.  Merry Christmas to you too! Read More

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  • Welcome to the Snooth Forum.  We hope get comfortable with us and share your wine discoveries.I also buy a fair amount of wine at Costco.  Some are winners, and, sadly, se are not so much.  If you look at the thread titled "Hello Snooth" started by Redacgic, you'll see a pic that I posted of some Costco wines that each were less than $20.  I can... Read More

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  • Greetings, Im a wine drinker from El Paso, Texas. Industry is government with a moderate salary and lifestyle. I first started drinking wine about 13 years ago when I came across some very cheap but drinkable wines from Yellowtail, Lindemans, etc., wineries.  I like cabs primarily and merlot and syrah to a lesser extend. I also enjoy tempranillo... Read More

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  • Took the day off Friday--my seniority means lots of vacation, my house project means I took very little of it this year.  Wife and I headed up to Spring Mountain Vineyards, courtesy a most-excellent Snooth-friend, who made us a gift of one of his annual visits and tastings--as a member of their wine club, he receives several and he was unable to... Read More

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  • Pinotage is a Brady Bunch grape. It was created by enmeshing two previously unrelated grapes to create a brand new entity which possesses its own compelling characteristics. In viticultural language this is called a crossing. If you really want to get technical, a crossing results when two grapes, both grown from vitis vinifera parent seed, are ... Read More

    From the article Pinotage Wines Take Center Stage


  • You can pay big organizations to do in-depth studies of consumers’ preferences for beer, wine and spirits. Or, you can analyze data from a mountain of tweets.  Quartz contributor Emma Pierson opted for the latter, crunching the numbers from a massive lot of alcohol-related tweets released into the Twittersphere during the summer and fall of 2014... Read More

    From the article Judging America's Booze Preferences by Their Tweets


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