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  • Sauvignon Blanc

    Sauvignon Blanc is widely grown in California -- at over 15,000 acres, it’s now the third most planted variety -- and...

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Aligoté

    In North America, Aligoté’s cold-weather tolerance has provided it with homes in Washington State, British Columbia a...

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  • This is a late response... looks like your Amador weekend is tomorrow. Firstly, yes, Terre Rouge/Easton is a must, as you know.  As far as other wineries, I liked Andis and Wilderotter a lot too.  Shenandoah Vineyards has some good zins as well. The thing is this-  never have I experienced so much swing between vintages than in Amador.  I mean, ... Read More

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  • Okay, I get to take two quick trips this month.  First, we go to San Luis Obispo, Pismo Beach, and Cambria (more or less in that order).  We have one night in Pismo Beach that we can go out for dinner, and we can do a very limited amount of wine tasting because we will have the kids.  So, where do we have dinner in Pismo?  If we eat out in Cambr... Read More

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  • I forgot to mention this bottle. I had it before the Chenas.It's wonderful!Above average Gamay. Perhaps a bit livelier than other Beaujolais with more intense red cherry and blackberry. Smooth and refined tannins with medium acidity. Evolved well after a couple hours of decanting. So very indicative of usual Gamay characteristics but more rich a... Read More

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  • Typical JC Debeaune. The aromatic intensity was quite nice though with some ripe red berry / jammy sniffs. On the palate though it's not much different that the others. I picked up a bottle of the JP Brun so I could give it another try. It was the best of all these Beaujolais I tried. Also picked up a Julienas by Michel Tete and a Chenas. When I... Read More

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  • Few beverages are as closely linked with a day of year as Champagne is with New Year’s Eve. There is just something about golden bubbles making their way up an elegant long flute that screams “let’s get this party started”. Whether you are hosting a tête-a-tête with lobster and candle light or inviting the whole block to watch the ball drop, the... Read More

    From the article How to Pick the Perfect Dinner Party Bubbly


  • Try something like Krug Grande Cuvee in comparison to another tete de cuvee that is not oak fermented. I note a huge difference between Krug Grande Cuvee and its competitors from Moet, for example. Billecart-Salmon's excellent "Sous Bois" NV bottle also is quite good, at least when I tasted it. Vilmart is another option with oak fermentation. Th... Read More

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  • Hola!Following a recent trip to Epernay and the Mercier House where they have the worlds largest oak barrel I was wondering how different champagne would have been before the introduction of stainless steel or concrete vats? I am assuming that the wines were pressed and stored in oak (or wood of some sort) which would presumably had a fairly sig... Read More

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  • The Veneto is home to some of the most profound red wines of italy. Of course we all know these wines, Amarone in particular but to a lesser extent Valpolicella and the very popular if less to my taste valpolicella Ripasso, but the veneto is also home to two fabulous indigenous white wines, as well as a slew of other wines that are easily crafte... Read More

    From the article Soave for Summer


  • Well known producer with broad distribution.  Definitely one of the bigger ... does a cheaper one called Tete a Tete that's better for my money.  Also a favorite in that realm is the inexpensive ($12-ish) Rubystone from Ventana.  Alas, none of them will equal the old Jade Mountain's Provencale, which had to be Cali appellated because it mixed N... Read More

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  • Does anybody know anything about this winery?I was in a store today and picked up a bottle of their Cuvee Le Bec--a red Rhone blend.  For some reason or other, I have seen the Backmen name a few times recently, and, now, I have a bottle to try.  Clearly, this is not a wine that has attracted a lot of attention.  I don't hear about anybody claimi... Read More

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