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Hospice du Rhone 2011 Tasting: April 28-30, 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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Domaine Seguin-Manuel, Beaune, France: Current Releases
My recent trip to Burgundy was an exploration of the Burgundy of tradition and heritage, as well as the Burgundy of a new generation. While I thrilled to visit sixth generation vignerons working in their family cellars as many generations had before, under the same name, and with the same
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High Valley Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon (4)
"high valley" is also a neighborhood in colorado WOOT VINACULAR: YOUR INDISPENSABLE WINE GLOSSARY [volume 350] Berrymandering: Occurs when a wine falsifies its berry qualities
Crackpots, Wackos, Nutjobs and Wine: a Winning Combination.
Some of the best wines I've ever had in my life seem to have one strange thing in common. They are made by people that, depending on your mood, might be described as cranks, hermits, crackpots, wackos, or eccentrics. Winemaking it seems, tends to either bring out the strangeness in people, or it
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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
5 of the best big red wines made in B.C.
All Points West wine columnist Troy Townsin says it is a common misconception that B.C. vineyards are not able to produce big red wines. B.C. vineyards may be renowned for their pinot gris,