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Taft Street Winery Mixed White - 4 Pack - $45.99
Like “Cheers” But With More Working If they were gonna make a wine-based sitcom, “Taft Street Garage” might just fit the bill. Two brothers at the same university, both part-time
Kapcsndy Family Winery, Napa: Current Releases
Napa has a way of turning modest dreams into major productions. Lou Kapcsndy and his wife Bobbie decided to retire to Napa mostly out of nostalgia for the picnics and wine tasting they used to do as a young married couple living in Sausalito. Forty years after the first of these romantic
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Corison Winery, Napa: Current Releases
It's hard to get attention in the world of wine. Many wineries and winemakers struggle their entire careers for recognition, both deservedly and some, not quite. In the days of big marketing budgets and cult wines that are only figuratively on everyone's lips (and literally on the lips of very
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Flowers Winery, Sonoma Coast: Single Vineyard Pinot Noirs
I love the places where wine grows in spite of the adversity heaped upon it by the place, the climate, and the geology. I also love the places where wine grows despite all conventional wisdom to the contrary -- the places everyone else avoided, but where visionary winegrowers and winemakers have
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St. Julian Winery Braganini Reserve Michigan White - 6 Pack
What’s In A Name? Part of America’s magic? It’s the country you come to so you can find out who you are, and what your real name is. Just take poor Mariano Meconi as an example. Guy’s
Exclusive: New York winery in talks to open D.C.'s first winery
New York-based Brooklyn Winery is in discussions to open what would be D.C.'s first winery and event venue in Capitol Riverfront in Southeast. The company's co-owner, Brian Leventhal , told me he and