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Piña Napa Valley: Current Releases
If one were to speculate on the wine market as a savvy investor might in the small-cap stock market, the game would be the same: follow people you know with good track records. In the wine world, we'd also have to include a corollary about betting on great vineyard sites, but leaving aside the
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C.G. Di Arie Shenandoah Valley - 3 Pack
Hey there, East Coast. Still digging yourselves out? Might we suggest a break from all the back-breaking snow shoveling you guys have been having to do this winter? It’s dangerous work,
C.G. Di Arie Shenandoah Valley - 3 Pack
Only You Know What Makes You Truly Happy Who needs a date on Valentine’s Day? Why not take some time to please yourself for a change? To heck with Valentine’s Day, anyway, you know? You
Jemrose Wines, Bennett Valley, CA: Current Releases
Some people like to go to flea markets, where they will spend hours wandering around the stalls hoping to stumble on something wonderful. I spend hours wandering through huge public wine tastings in much the same way, and every once in a while I stumble across a winery that I've never heard of nor
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Brittan Vineyards, Willamette Valley, OR: Inaugural Releases
Expressed briefly, making a great wine is rather quite simple. You find the right piece of ground; you put the right grapes in; you tend them well and harvest them at the right time; and then you smash them together and nudge the product gently away from its tendency towards vinegar. For some
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2008 Star Lane Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc, Santa Ynez Valley
There are those in the wine world who seek out (and often pay for) the best possible advice they can get. Winemaking and winegrowing are sciences as much as they are arts, and these days, there are plenty of experts to be had in both arenas. And then there are those in the wine world that no
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