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Unfiltered: Jeff Koons' $20,000 Bottle of Dom (Wine Spectator)
Plus, California's foie gras ban is upheld in court, and wineries come to the aid of America's military families
Madison Cellars Four - Pack Sampler - $44.99
The Federalist Sampler On Americaís birthday weekend, letís join Madison Cellars in raising a glass to the Father of the Constitution, the shortest patriot, and the husband of a snack-cake
2008 HALL "Kathryn Hall" Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley
The pleasures of childhood call to us as adults. The tug of nostalgia is so great that we so often find ourselves indulging in little things that remind us of our early years, and in some cases we throw ourselves passionately into the pursuit of the things we have lost. Kathryn Hall lost the
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Attack of the Winemaking Reality TV Stars (Wine Spectator)
Kendall-Jackson's Rick Tigner goes Undercover, the Bachelor takes Unfiltered on a group date, and a Real Housewife wants our attention. Plus, some Barsac vineyards survive a run-in with gypsies
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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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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