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2003 Smith Madrone Cabernet Sauvignon, Spring Mountain District, Napa
There are more legends, stories, fairytales, and fables than anyone could count which all involve some guy up on a mountainside somewhere. Sometimes a hermit, sometimes a wizard, sometimes a troll -- sometimes just an old man who went to sleep under a tree for a long, long time. No matter what
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Garagiste Winemakers of Chile: Introducing MOVI
If I were Hugh Johnson or Jancis Robinson, I could clear my throat and begin my story with a distinguished pronouncement about how I've watched several wine regions around the globe evolve from their infancy to later stages of maturity. But I lack the perspective of someone who's been a
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Olivestri Siloro olio nuovo, 750ml Bottle
Williams Selyem, Russian River Valley: Pinot Noir Current Releases
Great wineries not only make great wines, they do so consistently. This year-in-year-out maintenance of quality can prove quite difficult, especially for wineries that practice winemaking in a so-called "non-interventionalist" manner, allowing the vintage to show through the fruit, and allowing the
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2001 Thierry Allemand "Cuvee Reynard" Cornas, Rhone Valley, France
As much as I love wines from all over the world, and as open and welcoming as I am of the newest upstart winemakers and their wares, when you come right down to it, there are winemakers (and their wines) out there in the world that just have more soul. And there are places, too that have more
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SakéOne Momokawa Mixed - 6 Pack
For Goodness’ Saké In a just world, we’d all be going to our local International Saké Day parade today. Wherever civilization arose, one thing was certain: people would try to ferment