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Locals features over 70 wines from 10 unique award-winning wineries and is rapidly becoming a favorite stop for a new generation of wine connoisseurs. Specializing in flight tastings the LOCALS experience is not only fun, but also a party for your palate! In one relaxing and spirited stop, you can learn more than you usually would in an entire wine country vacation. Stop in and we will show you how to become one of our Nouveau Hicks. Be sure to browse our website for great recipes and food pairing tips as well as our picks for hotels, restaurants and places to visit while in our area. – Description from Dragac

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  • Galioffo Vin Santo del Chianti DOCG 2009


    Tried this recently while on a walking food tour in Florence, Italy, and dipped ... is a popular dessert among locals. Deliciou Read More

    Wine review by RobynLF

  • Going from Bourbon down to Champagne is definitely slimming things down! Good ... Venice invited a bunch of us locals and parents of the same pre-school to vote for her interests in flipping. Anyhow, her home was pretty incredible, one of the best I've seen, forcing me to re-think living in a small condo.&nbs Read More

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  • This has been a pretty big year for me in starting to make more and more cocktails as part of my drinking diet. Mostly Bourbon drinks and Margarita's so far, this latest Bourbon Peach recipe is about my favorite thing to drink right now.3 oz. Bourbon, 1/2 oz. lemon juice, 1/2 oz. peach schnapps, 1/2 oz. peach puree.It's also very easy to just ad... Read More

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  • DM, I chose Alsace, the CFO did some more research and Colmar seemed very nice, ... contracted with a tours by locals guide to take us around on Sunday with visits to four wineries. We figure he'll be able to get us in some smaller hard to get in places and also be good to glean advice from for the remainder of the week. For Thursday, I've got ... Read More

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  • Found this thread while doing some research for our upcoming trip. We'll be ... I've hired a tours by locals guide early on and am planning a 2nd day exploring wineries on our own. As usual, I have a very long list of wineries to visit, but I've pared it down to some big names and some family owned places. Any insights would be appreciated! As ... Read More

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  • Lassen was pretty covered in snow and clouds kept hitting the tops of it, so I ... I ... according to a couple locals I talked to. D, I'm gung ho to write more about these off the beaten path areas, as I think there's much terrain that is suitable for varieties not explored much in California.  That said, a lot of sites are growing what there... Read More

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  • Being a fan of Jolie-Laide and being that we have been drinking a lot of whites ... ... Nice to get the 5% locals discount which drops the price below winery release. I like the girls at ACME. They always have new, interesting things to pour every time I stop in.Dear Brian,On this Friday, I feel the need to mimic the sentiments of Scott Schult... Read More

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  • Stoller also deserves a slot. You can either further winnow the remaining ... ... further recommendations from locals when you're boots on ground over there. Be sure to work those into the schedule, too. As you might guess, I'd do the latter and keep the final time availability open for now. Go ahead and book the first four, as required, of cours Read More

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  • When I first became interested in wine I used to get Brunello di Montalcino and ... and ... (or Brunello as the locals call it, hence the name), grown in the designated Montalcino region with a maximum yield of 8 tonnes per hectare, (approximately 52 hectolitres/hectare). So far so good. Then came the bit that had me thinking; to gain the titl... Read More

    From the article The Montalcino Wine Detective

  • For the couple openings you have, I'd say Bell should definitely be ... ... more reading or maybe some locals here have suggestions. Looking good overal Read More

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