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Domaine Drouhin Oregon

Sep 07, 2017

Fourth generation Burgundian family commemorates 30 years of progress and prosperity in Willamette Valley

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Brouwerij Boon

Aug 24, 2017

Since 1975, Boon Brewery has been owned and run by Frank Boon, one of the pioneers of the authentic lambic and gueuze revival

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Do Good Distillery’s Story

Aug 03, 2017

“Do Well By Doing Good” -Ben Franklin

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The Story Behind Yuste Aurora Sherry

Aug 02, 2017

Sanlucar native, Francisco (Paco) Yuste, has sold Manzanilla his entire life, building a successful distributorship in the provinces of Cadiz and Cordoba.

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The Bundaberg Success Story

Jul 20, 2017

In a world where everyone wants things fast, this Australian company is proving that great taste takes time.

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Argiano – The First 400 Years!

Jul 19, 2017

Not even Angelo Gaja is as old as Argiano, our new Montalcino producer whose 2012 Brunello has been appraised as one of the top wines of a very good vintage.

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45 Years of Family Winemaking

Jul 17, 2017

“Heritage. Authenticity. These are the words that define our family owned winery.” Dry Creek Vineyard

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The Flying Dog Story

Jul 12, 2017

Nobody had ever connected the words “flying” and “dog” together…until 1983, when George Stranahan was itching for an adventure.

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Champagne Drappier Buys Vineyard To Offset Losses From Frost

Jul 11, 2017

The Drappier family finds a solution for two years of spring frost damage

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Tangent Wines: Leading the American Albariño Revolution

Jul 10, 2017

Tangent’s maritime influenced estate, Paragon Vineyard, continues to be California’s leading producer of the food-friendly and popular Spanish-style wine.

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This Summer’s Best from Italy

Jul 06, 2017

The best Italian wines mimic the soils they sprout from.

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Kirk and Sweeney: A Rum Well Worth Pursuing

Jul 03, 2017

Handcrafted in the Dominican Republic, this rum adheres to the very strict regulations to be called “Dominican Rum”.

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Five Generations of Tequila and Counting…

Jun 29, 2017

Fortaleza is a traditional, family produced premium tequila with 140 years of history.

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Vya Takes Vermouth the 2017 International Wine Challenge Trophy

Jun 22, 2017

Vya Sweet Vermouth wins the trophy!

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Sinegal Estate Wines Are Now Available

Jun 21, 2017

We are thrilled to add a phenomenal selection of Sinegal Estate wines to our Napa Valley wine portfolio.

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Father’s Day Scotch Guide

Jun 15, 2017

Here’s a few great Scotch selections for Father’s Day.

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New Packaging From Blue Ice Vodka

Jun 14, 2017

This June, Blue Ice Vodka, unveiled their all-new packaging.

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Wildly Refined Mezcal

Jun 13, 2017

Bozal: A Spanish term that means “wild” or “untamed”

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ERDINGER Weißbräu – private brewery since 1886

Jun 13, 2017

For over 125 years, our passion for Bavarian brewing skills has inspired us to produce wheat beers of outstanding quality.

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I Love It When You Call Me Big Papalote

May 08, 2017

It’s a great time to be alive… and drinking mezcal in California.

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DEPARTMENT 66

Apr 28, 2017

Wine Warehouse is excited to welcome Dave Phinney’s DEPARTMENT 66!!

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Locations Wine by Dave Phinney

Apr 28, 2017

In the world of wine there are compelling Locations that exist where soil, climate and vines interact that uniquely express their Location through wine.

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Curieux Experience

Apr 13, 2017

Allagash Brewing Co. invited Wine Warehouse to Portland Maine for the Curieux Experience.

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Marilisa Allegrini Featured on Wine Spectator Cover

Mar 30, 2017

Wine Spectator has always had great taste, having awarded more than 60 Allegrini wines with 90+ points in blind tastings. Now their on the cover.

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Tempranillo – Rioja or Ribera del Duero, which do I choose?

Mar 22, 2017

Tempranillo, has been known as the backbone of Spain’s most noble wine region, Rioja for many generations.

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Tenuta Di Corte Giacobbe

Feb 27, 2017

Tenuta Di Corte Giacobbe – A Producer True to its Roots (The Inspiring Italian Tale)

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Wassailing with Golden State Cider

Feb 24, 2017

Interview with Jolie Devoto-Wade, Co-Owner and Director of Communications

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Interview with David Blossman, President of Abita

Feb 23, 2017

To gear up for Mardi Gras on February 28th we reached out to our friend David Blossman, President of Abita Brewing, to find out more about Abita and New Orleans’ favorite holiday traditions.

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Perfect Storm

Feb 15, 2017

I love great whiskey or whisky for that matter. One of the things I love about whiskies besides the way they taste, is the history behind them.

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The pursuit of great Pinot Noir : Ken Brown

Jan 24, 2017

A pioneer in Santa Barbara County, Ken Brown has devoted his career to the pursuit of great Pinot Noir.

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What is Table Beer?

Jan 18, 2017

While Allagash Hoppy Table Beer was inspired by the Belgian tradition of low-ABV, easily drinkable beers, it still occupies a hop-forward spot all its own.

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Icelandic Beer History

Jan 18, 2017

DOCTOR, DOCTOR, GIVE ME AN ICELANDIC BEER
Conquered by Vikings, Stalled by Prohibition, Beer in Iceland is Back and Better Than Ever.

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Port: The More Things Change, The More They Stay The Same

Jan 05, 2017

When you’ve been around for hundreds of years not much gets left unsaid. More often, a lot gets repeated.

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Oak Ridge Winery

Jan 04, 2017

Oak Ridge Winery is the oldest operating winery in Lodi, California. Founded as a winery co-op in 1934, it had been operating as such up until 2002.

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J. Lohr Signature Cabernet Sauvignon

Dec 21, 2016

In celebration of Jerry Lohr’s 80th birthday J. Lohr released a limited edition J. Lohr Signature Cabernet Sauvignon.

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When nothing but Spanish will do – Wine-People Problems

Dec 20, 2016

I suspect we can all relate to having the embarrassing issue of fixating on food and wine to a borderline obnoxious level.

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The Uinta Brewing Free Form Project

Dec 13, 2016

The Gluten Free program at Uinta started off as a challenge. Our R&D team was tasked with crafting a beer that first and foremost tasted great but “just so happened to be gluten free.

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Holiday Beer Guide

Dec 13, 2016

The holiday season is upon us, and that means family, friends, giving and good beer.

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Interview with Alice Paillard of Bruno Paillard

Dec 07, 2016

Alice Paillard chats with us about inspiration, innovation, and Champagne.

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THAT’S USING YOUR NOGGIN

Dec 05, 2016

A world take on eggnog and it’s history.

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Antiquum Farm

Dec 05, 2016

An interview with Stephen Hagen owner, farmer, and visionary behind Oregon’s Antiquum Farm

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Venica and Wine Warehouse – Something to Celebrate!

Oct 01, 2016

we’ve got something special to celebrate – it’s our tenth anniversary as Venica’s partner in California.

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The professionals at Wine Warehouse are proud to serve as tastemakers for the state of California. As a part of our commitment to serving our customers and eventual consumers at every level of our business, we invite you to step inside our world through WW Blog. Here we share the stories of our partners, and give you insight into our role in delivering their care and craft to you in experiential form. Cheers!

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