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Hard Times for Australia's Once Dominant Wine Industry
Penfolds 1962 vintage Cabernet Shiraz , flanked by 1991 vintage bottles of Penfolds Grange red wine in Sydney, Australia Australia's once dominant wine industry is facing its biggest challenge, as
Meridian Red - Four Pack
Some Velvet Morning Like some forgotten Lee Hazlewood/Nancy Sinatra album, this two pack of wine is a union of flavors you thought would never meet. Leather and lace. Crimson and clover. The
Airline Wine: (Nearly) Everything You Wanted To Know
So there I was, sitting in Business Class on my way across the country, courtesy of an all-too-rare-these-days upgrade (thanks to my lowly status), and the option of having a glass of wine with my lunch arose. Always up for an adventure, I ordered the Merlot, and gamely tucked in, when I had
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2011 Dark and Delicious Petite Sirah Tasting: February 18, Alameda, CA
I've referred to it in the past as "the beast." Possessing tannins that need to be tamed through intelligent winemaking, Petite Sirah can truly be a monster of a wine. One of the least-well-known red grape varieties that are commonly grown in California, it does not command legions of rabid
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Vinography Images: Young Carmenere
Young Carmenere
A budding leaf of new Carmenere growth bursts from a pruned cane. Carmenere has accidentally become Chile's signature grape. Imported early in the 19th Century to Chile by Bordeaux wine growers, it was mistaken for Merlot for more than a century before being properly
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2008 Clos de la Siete Red Wine, Mendoza, Argentina

Fifty miles south of the city of Mendoza the valley of Tunuyan feels less like a valley and more like a vast, kneeling supplicant to the immediate, looming bulk of the Northern Andes mountains. Though the valley floor is massive -- sweeping away from the jagged, snow capped peaks in every
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