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  • Great Pinot Grigio

    Yes, when it comes to Pinot Grigio, the golden stretch of the Adige Valley that sees Trentino transition into the Alto Adige still rules the roost. For wines...


  • Syrah-based Blends: Tasting Notes

    I love Syrah; it seems to be one of the most distinctive, characterful grapes out there. Now while that may seem a stretch, consider how extensively planted...


  • Top Domestic Roses

    With August in full swing, I know you’re still looking to quench your rosé thirst. In fact that thirst might even stretch into September and beyond,...


  • Italian Pinot Grigio Tasted

    Pinot Grigio virtually screams Italy, so it make sense that we begin our Pinot Grigio Grand Tasting Initiative with the Pinot Grigios of Italy. We’ve...


  • Cool Climate Wines

    That sure sounds good right about now as we start stringing together the hottest days of the year. Cool climate, icy mountain springs, fresh breezes, brisk...


  • Top Spanish Roses

    Spanish rosés have always been an important part of the rosé world and are becoming even more so, which should not be surprising when one considers that...


  • Best Roses for August

    Rosé wines are always an early indication of a vintage’s promise. In the case of 2010, Spain enjoyed a fine growing season with sufficient rainfall and...


  • Austrian Riesling

    With the focus around here on keeping cool and refreshed, it’s no surprise that we’re on a dry Riesling kick. Dry Riesling can be wonderfully brisk and...


  • Dry Riesling

    Lemon and zest and cool, crisp minerality. That sounds like a recipe for summer wine now, doesn’t it? That may be, but so many people simply aren’t aware...


  • Anniversary Wines

    One of the most common questions I get deals with anniversary wines. By that I mean the kind of wines that one opens for milestone dates: 25th, 30th, even...


  • Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc

    Napa Valley’s greatest white wines! That was the idea going into today’s article. I mean, while Sonoma is home to many great Pinot Noir vineyards and...


  • Top Napa Valley Sauvignon Blancs

    Sauvignon Blanc is a wine of many faces. From the grassy exuberance of the finest New Zealand bottling, to the subdued elegance in Bordeaux expressions, it's...


  • 2010 Bordeaux

    The 2010 Bordeaux futures campaign is in full swing and many people are wondering if they should be buying these wines. While there is no one-fits-all...


  • 2010 or 2000

    The following 2000 Bordeaux were tasted blind. I’ve included scores for both the recently released 2010s and the 2000s, as well as the scores for both from...


  • Revisiting Sonoma Chardonnay

    Chardonnay in particular has been on my mind lately. Yes, that statement is shocking, even to me! However, I’ve recently found some lovely examples of...


  • Sonoma Chardonnay

    Okay, so from my time in retail I can honestly say that the most dreaded staff tasting days were the domestic Chardonnay days. I can remember them vividly,...


  • Top 8 Roses for July

    Rosé wines are indeed the epitome of summer wine but they should not be relegated to summer use exclusively. Having said that, it is summer and the shelves...


  • Best Roses for July

    Nothing says summer like rosé wine. Well, that not true; nothing says summer like bottles and bottles of this captured sunshine! Sales of rosé have...


  • Grilling with Frappato and Cerasuolo di Vittoria

    I’ve got grilling on my mind. Yes, we’re all talking about grilling and I’m talking about pairing wine with your grilled food. You expected that,...


  • Top Frappato and Cerasuolo di Vittoria Picks

    As much as I am enamored with Frappato (it is a delightfully happy wine), I am even more impressed with Cerasuolo di Vittoria. I never would have guessed...


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