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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Neyers Vineyards Wine Spectator’s 30 Wineries to Trust

Mar 10, 2017

In the March 2017 issue of the Wine Spectator, the senior editors selected what they believe to be 30 of the most reliable wineries in the world.

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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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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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High-Scoring Pinots from Escarpment Just Arrived!

Jan 17, 2017

Until recently, the island nation was primarily known for its distinctive Sauvignon Blancs, but Pinot Noir has rapidly ascended to excellence, with regions Marlborough leadin

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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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Interview with Alice Paillard of Bruno Paillard

Dec 07, 2016

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

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