10 Great Red Wine Blends Under $10 ? Reverse Wine Snob®


While we normally like to keep it under $20 here at Reverse Wine Snob, I know that many of you take special joy in finding a really great bottle of wine for less than $10. To that end, we give you our

 

Locations E Spanish Wine


Reverse Wine Snob reviews the Locations E Spanish Wine, innovation never tasted so good. An A+ blend of Garnacha, Tempranillo, Monastrell and Carignan from Priorat, Jumilla, Toro, Rioja and Ribera del

 

Soraie Veneto Cecilia Beretta


A very nice example of a wine made using the appassimento method at a bargain basement price thanks to Trader Joe's. Reverse Wine Snob reviews the velvety sweet Soraie Veneto Cecilia Beretta, a blend

 

Eden Trail Eden Valley Riesling


This is not the supermarket sweet stuff! Reverse Wine Snob reviews the Eden Trail Eden Valley Riesling from Thorn-Clarke, a lovely dry and mineral-based Riesling from South Australia.

 
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How Do Volcanic Soils Influence Wine? Ask The Expert!


Exploring how volcanoes and wine can be an explosively good combination in today's Ask The Expert! Winemaker Pietro Russo of Donnafugata, with vineyards around the active Mt Etna Volcano in Sicily, jo

 

Cameron Hughes Red Mountain Cabernet Lot 613


More deliciously discounted wine from the tiny Red Mountain AVA in Washington thanks to Cameron Hughes! Reverse Wine Snob reviews the tannic and tasty Cameron Hughes Red Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon Lo

 

Antonelli Montefalco Sagrantino


When it's time to splurge, look to Sagrantino! Reverse Wine Snob reviews the splendid Antonelli Montefalco Sagrantino aged for a total of 48 months before release (24 in oak barrels). A Saturday Splur

 

Why Are Wine Bottles Different Shapes? Ask The Expert!


Have you ever wondered why some wines, like Pinot Noir, come in different shaped bottles? In this edition of Ask The Expert Winemaker Hal Landvoigt of Lunar Harvest Wines answers the question: Why Are

 

Locations I Italian Red Wine


Reverse Wine Snob reviews the Locations I Italian Red Wine, a tour of Italy in one bottle. As usual from Dave Phinney, this is an extremely tasty and unique blend. Negroamaro and Nero d'Avola from the

 

What Is The Role Of Native Yeast Versus Cultured Yeast In Winemaking?


This microscopic fungus is a big deal in the world of winemaking! In this edition of Ask The Expert at Reverse Wine Snob Erica Stancliff, Winemaker at Trombetta Family Wines, answers the question: "Wh

 
 
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