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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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Beaulieu Wins "Biggest Bottle" At the Emmys (Wine Spectator)
Also in Unfiltered, Disney World's Magic Kingdom breaks out the good stuff and Hooters gets its very own wine. You'll never guess what's on the label
Peachy Canyon 2007 Snow Vineyard Zinfandel - 3 Pack
Ladies and gentlemen, the Bongo Congo is very proud to present a one of a kind woman. All the way from Paso Robles, Miss Peachy Canyon! This fiery vixen’s packing a Peachy Canyon 2007 Snow
The World's Best Kosher Wine?: Tasting The Covenant
The more stories I hear about how some wineries get started, the more I tend to think that by far the best way to start a wine brand is almost by accident. Ten years ago if you had told wine writer Jeff Morgan that he'd eventually be making the best (and most expensive) Kosher wine in the
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2006 Hall "Exzellenz" Sacrashe Vineyard Proprietary Red Wine, Rutherford, Napa
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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Noon Winery, McLaren Vale, Australia: Current Releases
The term garagiste , originally coined as a pejorative referring to the small wineries in Bordeaux's Right Bank who were making more modern style wines from purchased grapes, has been greatly overused to the point of cliché. Nonetheless, I consider it a very, very good sign when I discover the
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