Saturday, February 14, 2009

New post!

Bovio, Annunziata, Langhe, Nebbiolo, 2004. 

Speaking of Italian - we really liked this wine. Not too tannic, which can be a Nebbiolo turn off. The floral violety components really came out in this wine. Very high acid which made for a tangy refreshing finish. 

In trying to find some information about I was again directly to snooth.com, which I often seem to be directed to whenever I am looking for info on any wine. Snooth is useless. There's never any info, never any pictures and never any information on where to find the wine. I have no idea why this site exists. Does anyone know it's function. 

We picked this up at Wine Exchange for $32.99.  

And apologies for not writing very often. I have been having problems with blogger and haven't had a lot of time to figure them out. Anyone else out there have issues uploading pictures on this thing? Does it seem to take forever??? 

5 comments:

Mike Wilson said...

Snooth is a wine database. I use it to keep track of my cellar and to track my tasting notes. Sometimes I get to a wine and its full of information, other times I get there and its empty, but its a community site, so I, or the other users add reviews or add an image and help make it a better site. You could add your review, for example, and then you'd have improved it for the next visitor - a bit like wikipedia really.

Kirkland Moody said...

I've sometimes had problems uploading. If it gets stuck, I just stop it and retry. Its sometimes takes a few tries...

Amy said...

I guess I should add my comments on snooth - I get the wikipedia thing and I like it. I just did not get the concept. Now I do.

Kirk - sometimes it just refuses to upload a picture and it really irritates me. By the way - the commercial world is REALLY slow right now, no? Either that or my agent has forgotten about me.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

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