My Village Wines

425-485-3536 14545 148th Ave Ne #201
Woodinville, WA 98072
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Our Vision DeLaVin began as a bit of a revelation among friends sharing a bottle of wine. That wine was not a product as much as a way to enhance an experience. Whether it be adding the perfect complement to a special meal, marking a personally significant event in some ones life, or sharing some precious and ever rarer time with friends and loved ones, wine set off the moment. It is this idea that infuses everything we do at DeLaVin. While no website can completely capture the experience of tasting wine in an Italian vineyard, we have done our best to capture and enhance your enjoyment of wine. Our Goals Make the wine buying experience as special as the enjoyment of wine. Make wine buying simple. This is why we created My Concierge, we thought of the many reasons you purchase wine, and developed a services section that will make it easy to find just the right one for the occassion. Provide an extensive selection of wines from around the world, hand chosen by our buyers. Utilize our close personal Read more »

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  • The above article by Gregory Dal Paiz should have noted that these wines are so recognizable because of advertising, not the quality of the wines nor the design of their labels. They are all ordinary wines that are very over-priced - half of what you are paying for is the cost of advertising. For example, at we have shown th... Read More

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  • Well if I was on either the right or left coasts in the US during the coming month, I know where I'd be at least part of the time. NapaGirl, note the interesting new (for me, anyway) cab franc ACME's introducing. Finally, who knows how the formatting on this is going to appear.... NYC:La Paulee de New YorkLa Paulée Returns to New York February 1... Read More

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  • Never tried any Malbec but i have been hearing good things about Argentinian wine. Labels like Susana Balbo, Alamos and Altos Las Hormigas are said to be good for a reasonable price tag.Most of the wine i have at the moment is from Spain, Australia and South Africa, (Mostly Reds, Shiraz & Cabs) maybe i should give Malbec a go!Any Argentinian exp... Read More

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  • Still in my early days of wine appreciation, i've spent most of my time sifting through california wines but feel like I have enough of a handle on CA at this point and am ready to explore some new world-renown regions.  Have spent some time tasting CDR's from France, with mixed results - but this region seems pretty straight forward.So with tha... Read More

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  • Building a cellar isn’t always about laying down the most expensive wines on earth. It should also be about laying down wines that will improve with age, developing nuanced complexity that they simply can’t reveal in the flush of their youth.There are plenty of wines from around the world that really change over the course of time yet don’t cost... Read More

    From the article 5 Wines Worth Cellaring

  • While today's topic may seem a bit confusing, it really is quite simple. The wine Barolo takes its name from the village of Barolo, but the wine comes from a region that includes a handful of other villages as well. Whether that makes sense or not, the Barolo from Barolo are always worth checking out. With the region's most famous vineyard, Cann... Read More

    From the article Barolo - 2006 Barolo

  • As we say goodbye to the Beaujolais winemaker, Marcel Lapierre, who sadly passed on a few days ago, we welcome his son Mathieu, who has already been involved in the winemaking of his father for some time.I have followed Marcel ever since he took over his family domain, Villie Morgon, in the early seventies.A disciplined experimental winemaker he... Read More

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  • Well, I I spent "too much time" researching wine charts and then designing a quick and easy guide to tell me the best wines to open today! I hope to hear feedback from my wine expert friends and causual wine drinkers - My audience is home cooks and casual wine drinkers. Read More

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  • Guys I am doing a little research on Burgundian wines, pinot noir specifically. What are the generally accepted finest Pinot Noirs from the Cote de Beaune region of Burgundy? I greatly appreciate your help. Read More

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  • possible business  travel in next six mos to Interlaken.. thinking of side trip to Cinque Terre... I am European wine illiterate.  Help.  Is this a good side trip?  Or should I sidetrack it somewhere else in Italy?  Limited time on this one. Read More

    Forum post in the topic Tell me about Cinque Terre...

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