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  • Yesterday, I tried the tomato wine the first time in my life. It tasted quite good and interesting.Have you ever tried the wine, made not out of grapes, but of something else? Read More

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  • I doubt either of the first. First of all, nobody even used glasses until the 1700s so there wouldn't be any clinking. The Greeks and Romans used to raise a cup to the gods, so the tradition has to date back at least that far. Then you had mugs of ale, and the big covered German cups and those guys were as likely to pull out their swords for any... Read More

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  • It was the 7th Annual Historic Vineyard Society Tour and Dinner. In past years it has been touring 3-4 vineyards followed by a dinner featuring wines from said sites. The event is set up as a fund raiser for the Non-Profit HVS but the expense involved in shuttling attendees from venue to venue in air conditioned tour busses was cost prohibitive.... Read More

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  • Yesterday we braved 104° temperatures in the Sonoma Valley to tour the iconic Pagani Ranch in Kenwood followed by dinner and some amazing wines. More in my next post. Read More

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  • Do you clink the wine glasses while drinking with friends or loved ones.Some claim it was originally meant to drive away demons. Others believe the idea was to slosh a little bit of wine into your drinking partner’s glass—that way, he couldn’t poison you without risking dying himself.What do you think is the story behind this tradition? Read More

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  • Is there a service that allows making wine by yourself (in the long term perspective, of course)?I mean, the service that allows you to choose type of grapes, aroma and other characteristics? Or is it too complicated and expensive?If you could choose aroma of wine, which one would you chose? Read More

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  • In case you haven’t heard, June 17th is Chenin Blanc Day. And like so many wine lovers, one of the first places I go for great Chenin Blanc is South Africa. While South Africa is considered part of the New World, at this point, the country’s vines are quite venerable. The first vintage of South African wine was recorded in 1659. Meanwhile, the f... Read More

    From the article Chenin Blanc Strikes Back


  • I don't mind politics and I have a lot of friends with whom I disagree utterly. We can disagree and have a nice glass of wine together. And, as OT said, laugh.The problem is when people start crusading and turn it into a matter of belief systems rather than opinions. In that sense, neither Dems nor Republicans are angels. They both turn it into ... Read More

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  • That's my experience, too, Stephen. More than a dozen times I've tasted glass wines as being flat and tinged with some flavor change, and when I've asked each time they've been Coaravined for five days or more. Not sure what percentage they comprise of all Coravin wine I've had that has been under gas that long, but those occasions have both lit... Read More

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  • RC, both those wines sound very nice.  I know we had tried a bottle of 'The Prisoner', based on it's reputation of being a very select wine.  Our experience wasn't that great though, and I don't remember the vintage.  You see the wine on some restaurant wine lists now and then, for a pricey sum of around $75.  Maybe the older vintages were much ... Read More

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