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Concord started out as a chance hybrid between vitis vinifera and vitis labrusca. It was first introduced in 1843 by ...
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We knew that New York’s Finger Lakes wines were good, but fit for the Pope? Apparently so. New York’s famed wine region has taken its notoriety to another level this past week when it was announced that wines from the verdant region were the tipple of choice for Pope Francis’ visit to New York City this past weekend. O-Neh-Da Vineyard is the l... Read More
It's only a flesh wound!Or is that redwine miraculously spurting in search of a chalice? Read More
Summer’s coming and you better be prepared. Sunscreen? Check. New grilling tools? Check. New shorts and fresh Tevas? Check. Refreshing white wine? I’m all out, how about you?It’s time to reload on the best summer refreshers and when it comes to summer, my mind tends to wander to Sauvignon Blanc. It’s cool, crisp, mouthwateringly refreshing, arom... Read More
Mineral, flinty powder, floral, grass, melon. Gentle and balanced with all the classic notes. Bright, cut and fruit-driven entry. Fairly rich core though this is large framed and rather well balanced. This is easy to drink but delivers fair complexity. Tight, dusty finish. Almost a touch of savory umami. 87pts Read More
Hmmm. I have only had this wine in its only licit "serving" venue--the Roman Catholic Mass, as the Blood of Christ. I was very surprised at how excellent it was, communion wines usually aren't the greatest, but this particular wine (whose identity I verified with the priest) was wonderful, truly worthy of the Blessed Sacrament. Only my religi... Read More
A bright clean appearance with fresh lime green shade. Intense aromas melon and lime, with a hint of passion fruit. Read More
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