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2011 Tatomer "Paragon" Gruner Veltliner, Edna Valley
When you meet some winemakers, who are seemingly making a living at a pursuit borne entirely of passion, it's hard not to look at success in their chosen field as a product of luck. Many of them will encourage this impression, speaking honestly of how lucky they are to be doing what they love,
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Hospice du Rhone 2010 Tasting: April 29 to May 1, Paso Robles
Most wine tasting events focused on a specific style or type of wine that take place in California suffer from a single, but important deficit: they feature almost exclusively California wines. Go to a Pinot Noir event, and you get 95% California Pinots, etc. There are a few notable exceptions
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Pinot Blanc's new defender
It's hard to think of a grape that can't win for trying as much as Pinot Blanc. Essentially a mutation of Pinot Noir, it has occupied the back bench for a very long time -- as a bit of an also-ran in
French wine producers guilty of mislabeling
A dozen wine producers and traders were found guilty of having supplied an American trader with mislabeled "Pinot Noir" wines, and six were handed a suspended prison sentence.
NZ wines make American wine critic's top 100 list
Ata Rangi vineyard in Martinborough has been rated number five on the top 100 wines by American wine critic James Suckling with its 2013 pinot noir. The winery said it had to do a double take when it
D'Arenberg Winery, McLaren Vale, Australia: Current Releases
I can't remember when, exactly, I had my first Australian wine, but there's a good chance that it was made by D'Arenberg. Most certainly I first learned to recognize the distinct area of McLaren Vale courtesy of a bottle with a characteristic red slash through the label. I've drunk D'Arenberg
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