2012 Robledo Seven Brothers Pinot Noir
Submitted April 27, 2017 at 11:59PM by swbooking
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Info and Opinion on WSET Level 3 @ the Napa Valley Wine Academy
Seeking for some opinions… I am currently deciding whether I should sign up for the 8 week preparation course for the WSET level 3, 2 days a week, 2 hours per day. It surely seems complete, and looks like it can help me prepare for my CMS certificate level happening at the end of July.
Has anyone taken any course at the Napa Valley Wine Academy? Any opinions on the WSET level 3 course, and wines tasted?
Submitted April 27, 2017 at 05:08PM by abedalonso
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French red that pairs well with pizza?
Any suggestions? Most French wine I've tried with pizza has been a bit too subdued compared to Italian stuff although broadly speaking I prefer the flavor.
Submitted April 27, 2017 at 02:09PM by noxnoctum
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What are your 2 most-burning questions about Italian wine?
I'm publishing a book about Italian wine in the next couple months and I want to make sure I didn't miss anything. Does anyone have any burning questions about Italian wine that I should answer in the book?
Submitted April 27, 2017 at 01:05PM by sempreitaliano
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Since I'm new to the wine industry as a five dining and banquet server, I'm wondering- would I be considered a "snoob" since I'm less that a month old as a wine enthusiast and I have preferences such as 'should always have a Cork' and 'no less than five years old'?
I'm a wanna be snob, but too new to the game to have such a title… And I'm no where near serious as some might be regarding wine. I love the idea and culture, but I don't ever think I'll ever have the depth of knowledge to gain such a breadth of knowledge.
I should learn as much as possible and I'm already drowning myself in materials…
Am I a "snoob" or what would you call it?
Submitted April 27, 2017 at 12:31PM by Aeryale
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