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Wine Trivia: Fancy foot work
Walk by Sebastopol's Wind Gap Wines during harvest season and you may glimpse folks crushing grapes the old-fashioned way -- by foot, a la "I Love Lucy." Wind Gap presses whole grape clusters by foot
Winemaking On The Fly
Recently I've been tasting some of the upcoming pinot noir releases from Oregon's 2013 vintage. As you might suspect from the vintage reports, the quality can vary a bit due to the significant rain
Picnic season and the 'march' to value wines
Even when a Chicago winter is as uneventful as the one of 2015-2016, people are pining for picnic weather. When spring and summer come, it's time to pay close attention to the new releases of good
Gavi is a standout among wines of N. Italy
With the official start of summer just around the corner, I can't think of a better time to explore refreshing white wine alternatives to some of the usual suspects like Chenin Blanc, Pinot Grigio or
Congress plan may dry up flow of direct wine shipments
Like other Michigan wineries, Shady Lane Cellars in Suttons Bay relies on directly shipping bottles of its Pinot Grigio and Dry Riesling to consumers to bolster its business, especially in the
Book Review: American Vintage by Paul Lukacs
Review by W. Blake Gray. Is wine food or alcohol? Most Americans would immediately choose "alcohol," perhaps laughing at the question. In Europe, though, that wasn't the case for centuries. Before water purification became widespread, wine was safer to drink than water. The idea that wine is
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