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  • Wine of the Week: 3/18/11

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  • What We've Been Reading

    Sometimes we forget that many wine professionals are not just out to sell us wine, but they also want to provide us with valuable information. Among the many...


  • 1990 Barolo

    It’s been a very good year. Over the past 12 months or so, I’ve been fortunate to taste through quite a few 1990 Barolo on several occasions. Those who...


  • Irish Spring Cocktail

    This St. Patrick’s Day we thought it was time for a green cocktail that’s a little different. The little bit of celery juice and mint add a fresh spring...


  • Sonoma in Spring

    What could be better than a visit to Sonoma this spring? Not only is Sonoma one of the preeminent wine-growing regions of the world, but the spring time is...


  • Trapiche

    From the sophisticated, European flare of Buenos Aires to the tropical rainforest and waterfalls in Iguazu, down to the glaciers of Patagonia, Argentina has...


  • 10 Secrets of Barbera

    Barbera is known for its dark color, bright acidity and soft tannins. Due to the balance of acid and tannins, Barbera has done well in warmer climates and...


  • Willamette Valley Pinot Noir Vintage Guide

    2010: A year of waiting caused a lot of stress among growers. A small crop got off to a very slow start and remained a full two to three weeks behind...


  • Vintage Variation

    Well, to start with, it makes life exciting for both producers, sometimes dangerously so, as well as consumers. One of the huge fallacies of the 100-point...


  • Port is the New Black

    We all have our tried-and-true drinks that we turn to, but sometimes you just want a little something different in your glass. A desire for something...


  • 6 More Common Wine Questions

    What temperature should I serve wine at? This is a question that I have answered before in some detail. The simple answer is cooler than you think, and...


  • What We've Been Reading

    With the Oregon wine kick I've been on lately I've been checking out what the locals have to say about their wines. I can always afford to learn more about...


  • Muratie Estate Tasting

    Join Editor-in-Chief Greg Dal Piaz and winemaker Rijk Melck of South Africa’s Muratie Estate as they taste through a line-up of 90+ point wines and get a...


  • Age Your Own Whiskey

    Woodinville Age Your Own Whiskey Kit: Distilling your own whiskey at home is complicated... not to mention illegal. But if you want the satisfaction of...


  • Washington Wine Academy's 1K Wine Walk

    The Washington Wine Academy’s 1K Wine Walk was not for any cure, cause or awareness raising of any kind. Unless you count awareness of the Wine Academy...


  • Talking with Chiara Lungarotti

    One has to wonder what Giorgio might think. The late Giorgio Lungarotti always thought about the future, and not necessarily for his own benefit -- who else...


  • 6 Top Wines from Lungarotti

    2009 Torre di Giano Trebbiano and Grechetto, 12%: Crisp on the nose with notes of citrus rind and talc underlain with a fine ripe herbal scent. Crisp on...


  • Freedom, Democracy and Wine

    With the Virginia Wine Showcase having come and gone and the Virginia Wine Expo fast approaching, what better time is there to take stock of where the...


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