• Dunn Winery

    The wines of Randy Dunn really need no introduction. First with Caymus Vineyards, where Randy was the winemaker from 1975 through 1985, and then with his...


  • Sonoma, aka Pinot Country

    In some ways, California is an odd place when it comes to wine. Regions tend to become associated with a particular variety: Napa with Cabernet, Santa...


  • Beyond the Usual Suspects

    There’s more to Napa Valley than the big, well-established brands and “cult” producers of unobtainable Cabernet Sauvignon. There are hundreds of...


  • A Value Leader Among Wines

    Cabernet Sauvignon is Chile’s most cultivated grape, with more than 98,000 acres of vines planted. While the character of Chilean Cabernet varies, it often...


  • Thomas Fogarty in the Santa Cruz Mountains

    The Santa Cruz Mountains: not the first place that springs to mind when we think of the top appellations in California now is it? Of course, one of the...


  • Pays d'Oc Event Recap

    We’ve all heard the name Pays d’Oc, and many of us are familiar with the history of the appellation, born as a replacement for the Vins de Pays country...


  • Region of the Year 2012

    Wine writers like to give out awards. Sometimes, those awards are for wines that win comparative taste tests, a dubious proposition in many ways. Other...


  • 2012 Harvest Snapshots

    2012 was a bit of an atypical vintage across Europe. The weather was difficult through the spring and early summer, and even later in some regions, which...


  • Being in Burgundy

    There is nothing like spending time in Burgundy. The villages and countryside are beautiful and timeless. The people are discreet but warm. Burgundy is like...


  • Places To Go

    We often write about travel destinations, particularly those that are wine related. This week, I wanted to flip things around a bit to ask you, our readers,...


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