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Australia's Innocent Bystander Wines Sold (Wine Spectator)
Yarra Valley Vintner Phil Sexton sells volume brand to Brown Brothers to focus on single-vineyard Pinot Noir and Chardonnay label Giant Steps
The Best Wine in Washington State: Notes from Taste Washington 2009
The first week of April I got the opportunity to do an "immersion" course in Washington State wine. No, this didn't involve repeatedly dunking me in a vat of wine, amusing though that would have been. Rather, it involved attending the annual Taste Washington wine festival in Seattle. I flew
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The Vintner's Kitchen: Celebrating the Wines of Oregon (Chef's Bounty)
The second cookbook in the Chef's Bounty series, celebrates the pioneering spirit displayed by our regional wineries and vintners in their quest to produce phenomenal, award-winning wines. A select number of local wineries are pared with regional food in this cookbook that encourages readers to
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Some Oregon wine sales buck recession
Workers box up bottles of Pinot Noir wine at Willamette Valley Vineyards. Despite the recession, established wine brands with strong distribution channels and loyal customer bases are reporting
Hospice du Rhone Tasting: April 30 - May 2, Paso Robles, CA
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
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Larry Stone to debut Oregon wine this year
Master sommelier Larry Stone is to open his own winery in Oregon's Willamette Valley and will bottle his first wines this year under the label "Lingua Franca". As reported by Wine Spectator , Stone