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  • Wine 101 - Sicily

    Having just returned from a visit to Sicily, I thought this would be a great opportunity to introduce you to some of the island’s great wines. Truth is, I...


  • 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...


  • Wines for the Cellar - Southern France

    The other week, I started picking through the great wines of France, highlighting the great cellarable wines of France that aspiring wine collectors should...


  • Tasting the Wines of Chile

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  • South African Reds

    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...


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  • COF2011: Sauvignons and Ponca

    Sauvignon needs to mature slowly for it to show good aromas and structure, and the soil of COF is adapted to bring out the best in Sauvignon. The typical...


  • France in the Cellar

    One of the joys of wine geekery is the selecting, buying, cellaring, and eventual consumption of wines. Establishing one’s cellar, and all that entails, is...


  • Great New Zealand Cabernet

    There really are very few grapes that New Zealand is not well suited to. Actually I should say that New Zealand’s many terroirs seem to produce some spots...


  • New Zealand Wines: Part 3

    If Chardonnay in New Zealand is surprising, Cabernet must be simply shocking. The success of Cabernet-based wines, once the domain of the cool-climate region...


  • New Zealand Wines: Part 2

    It’s ironic that New Zealand’s fame has been built on the back of Sauvignon Blanc. In the wine world, Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon tend to be...


  • New Zealand Wine Regions

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    New Zealand has established itself as a wine-producing region, yet in too many people’s eyes is viewed as a one-trick pony. The incredible success of New...


  • Celebrating Australian Wines

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