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    A few weeks ago I wrote an introduction to the great cellarable wines of France. Today, I want to begin to follow up on that topic, exploring where one might...


  • Wines to Make Your Movie Favorite A Winner

    The Oscars are here this week and instead of sitting idly by, why not get out there and support your favorite flick by opening the appropriate bottle of...


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    Every so often South African wine gets props, but it seems like there has to be some external impetus to remind people of these often-wonderful wines. The...


  • Malbec in Argentina

    There's this moment -- it happens after you've looked out the window for too long -- when you realize the clouds aren't clouds, they're the Andes. Giant,...


  • Affordable French Wines

    Last week, I started a rundown of cellarable wine. I hate the term “collectible” -- they’re not freaking stamps, and you don’t collect cheese or...


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    Confessionally, it’s always a touch disheartening when I realize just how integrated, how conglomerated global spirits are. Almost every time I read up on...


  • Stoller Virtual Tasting Reminder

    Join me - Gregory Dal Piaz - and longtime Stoller Vineyards winemaker Melissa Burr for an exciting hour of virtual tasting! We'll be discussing clones, and...


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    So, it's time once again for me to try and guess what it is our professional users want to read about today. As it turns out, this simple task is one of the...


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