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  • California Pinot Noir $35-$45

    This is a packed field in California, and it could be argued that there is not a lot of value at this price point. In truth, I sometimes wonder how...


  • Pinot Noir $25-$35

    We’re continuing up our Pinot price ladder, and it is time we begin to broaden the range. After ticking off a pair of $5 increments, opening up the...


  • Pinot Noir $20-$25

    So we’re moving up the ladder, one small step at a time. Today, I look at Pinot Noirs priced right around $25, a fair amount of money to spend on a bottle...


  • Top Picks for Thanksgiving Tempranillo

    After tasting literally hundreds of Tempranillo-based wines over the past month or so, I’ve settled on a varied list to recommend as my top picks for...


  • 2007 Barolo, part 2

    While updating the wine notes I wrote during this year’s Nebbiolo Prima, in this case for the 2007 Barolo of the village of La Morra, I was struck again by...


  • Rioja Gran Reserva

    When it comes to Rioja, there are no finer wines than the Gran Reservas or the rare Gran Reserva Especials. While I have mentioned that this classification...


  • Rioja Gran Reserva Top Picks

    2001 Rioja Gran Reservas are in the marketplace today and they deserve your attention. These great wines, a product of a difficult growing season that saw...


  • 1970 Rioja

    With so much new release Rioja tasted recently, and my ever increasing exhortations to buy these wines based on the fact that they represent great value, I...


  • Bodegas Roda Wine

    The wine world is usually going through one form of a conniption fit or another over the very real yet wonderfully vague differences that separate so-called...


  • Current Vintages of Rioja

    Rioja is a region that is blessed with fairly consistent and favorable weather, but that doesn't mean there is no vintage variation. In truth, there are both...


  • 2007 Barolo Commune

    I’ll be posting my notes for the 2007 Barolo wines over the coming days, but I want to begin with the wines of the Commune of Barolo, as they are...


  • 7 Top Rioja Wines

    As the weather cools, so does my penchant for white wines. Not that I stop drinking white entirely during the winter months of course, it’s just that there...


  • Affordable German Riesling

    After delving into U.S. and Austria, we are now onto the big daddy of Riesling. Ifanyone tells me that some other country other than Riesling is the...


  • 8 Austrian Rieslings

    I tasted Austrian Riesling quite recently, which might make you wonder why I’m trying them again. Well, that’s the beauty of wine, there are always new...


  • Masi Amarone and Risotto

    I was recently on vacation with my wife. Together we sat under the stars, a small fire pit going in front of us and a glass of Amarone in hand. It was a...


  • 10 Top Domestic Rieslings

    The United States has a Riesling problem. We don’t really understand the grape, and surely don’t spend enough time trying to. But that is all changing....


  • 5 Halloween Wine Labels to Die For

    The ghouls are beginning to crawl out, spiderwebs are getting tangled, decorations and candy are abound and we are all getting into Halloween party mode. We...


  • 5 Wines for Halloween

    We all have our Halloween-themed wine favorites right? Some people like a spooky label, I love me some spooky stories! So check out these holiday-themed...


  • California's Best Grapes

    Want to know what I really drink when it comes to domestic wines? The truth is a little bit of everything, but I really do love my Zins and Petite Sirahs....


  • Great California Cabernet

    Here’s a big pit of disaster if you ask me. Yes, there are plenty of compelling Cabernets being produced these days, but there is also far too much...


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