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  • Vidal Blanc

    Vidal Blanc has proven to be amongst the versatile varietals in North American viticulture. In Canadian vineyards, th...

  • Gewürztraminer

    Gewürztraminer’s direct and obvious charm has made it a popular varietal in almost every corner of the wine world. Ex...

  • Pinot Noir

    “With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

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  • "Stainless steel wasn't even available until the 1960s"Good point in general, but it was available in industrial applications quite a bit earlier. Stainless steel did spread universally across most consumer segments by the '60s. Wonder if the Krupps helped out their favorite Rhein or Mosel winemaker with some custom tanks before WWII.Some notes ... Read More

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  • Dunc, we've heard that in Blighty you have to boil the vegetables for much ... I was a teen and moved to New England, we had friends who lived on the Cape.  She was a native and lived in her childhood home.  I'd take their kids out for the day in exchange for a camping spot on the lawn; we'd take them fishing for blue crab using an old piece o... Read More

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  • Many types of anthropologists and other interested parties claim that civilization (as opposed to non-literate hunters and gatherers who tended to traipse around the countryside) began because groups of people needed to stay put to raise and harvest their grain crops to use for fermenting beer. Not bread, but that foamy liquid. Society evolved f... Read More

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  • Holiday excursions can be excluded, I suppose, especially where they're brief and decent weather isn't an important issue. I've had good Christmas Seasons there, too, though there were plenty of sidetrips to the Continent during them.  England (and even Scotland), France, Italy, Spain and Switzerland (and the eastern Med) altogether and unsurpri... Read More

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  • I live in New England and am looking for a store to buy Stark Wines of Californiathanks to anyone for your help.  Read More

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  • Well, the welcome mat is usually out. We're about five degrees cooler than ... falls, with colors to rival New England's, and fantastic spring flora. Plenty of deer and wild turkey- no hunting, unfortunately- and even some black bear.Gary Galleron is now the winemaker at Fiftyrows (sic), and I'm looking forward to receiving the trial bottles I... Read More

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  • No worry DV, did you think I expected you all to ooh and ahh about a Bloomberg Whats new in wine article?   A very predictable outcome here, and not in a bad way. Just something to generate discussion.It was another reminder for me to look in to Australia, though I never do. New Zealand too, though it wasn't mentioned here. That South England is... Read More

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  • Yay! Thank you Elin McCoy!DV - nope. Didn't know it has been cultivated since probably 250 AD.And BTW, Trump is not a "determined vinter". He bought the estate from his friend Ms Kluge, who was going bankrupt and who put it on the market for $100M. He picked it up for around $6M. It was a real estate venture. In case anyone is interested here's ... Read More

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  • AoK - it's not that difficult if you think about the history. In Europe, the guys would go out and plant some vines and if a particular vine put out some pretty good grapes, they'd take cuttings, root those, and get more of that grape. When invaders or travellers showed up or when people travelled elsewhere, they'd see something that looked prom... Read More

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  • Clown Shoes is a New England brewer. Good beer tho. I like Brown Angel. Read More

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