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Napa Valley: A View from Above
Within the 112 pages of "Napa Valley - A View from Above," you'll see Napa Valley CA as never seen before. Sit back. View the valley's awesome landscape. Learn about the history and offerings of a select group of Napa wineries and vineyards. If you have never visited Napa Valley, this book
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2010 Anderson Valley Alsace Festival: February 20-21, Boonville, CA
With all the fanfare surrounding Cabernet and Pinot Noir coupled with the obsession this country seems to have with Chardonnay, it's sometimes hard for people to remember that California produces a lot of other different kinds of wine. It's even harder, it seems, to get people to drink some of it.
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Inspiration Vineyards Estate Russian River Valley Chardonnay Vertical - 3 Pack
Wine For Every Level Of Drinker Batonage. The ancient French art of poking stuff. Today revived in a three-pack of Inspiration Vineyards Estate Russian River Valley Chardonnay. Imagine if you
2012 Anderson Valley Alsace Varietals Festival: February 18, Boonville, CA
Based on what you read about in the paper, magazines, etc, you'd think that pretty much the only wines that California produces are Cabernet, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Sauvignon Blanc. Oh yeah, there's Syrah, but who buys that anymore? California actually produces many fantastic wines
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J.Rickards Alexander Valley Zinfandel
The Taste Of History When it comes to honoring one’s roots… well, a good wine knows where it came from. For a winery to be doing it right, it has to balance the old and the new. Yes,
Anderson Valley Alsace Varietals Festival: February 21, Boonville, CA
With all the fanfare surrounding Cabernet and Pinot Noir coupled with the obsession this country seems to have with Chardonnay, it's sometimes hard for people to remember that California produces a lot of different kinds of wine. It's even harder, it seems, to get people to drink some of it. Enter
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