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  • Cabernet Sauvignon

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

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

  • Pinot Noir

    “With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...

  • Syrah

    The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...

  • Merlot

    The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...

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  • Have small collection of wine to sell, 205 bottles, includes vintage opus one, Joseph Phelps, Storybook, Cakebread, Turnbull, Shafer Hillside select, Schrader Kalon, Amuse Bouche, Stags Leap and more Read More

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  • This past August, as you may have heard, a group of African-American women were booted from the Napa Valley Wine Train for being loud and bothering other passengers. Police officers were waiting for them when the train stopped and they were unceremoniously ushered off the train.  This past Saturday, a group of 35 wine enthusiasts boarded the Win... Read More

    From the article "Wine Soul Train" Bus Tour Sells Out

  • Grignan-les-Adhemar Cuvee Traditionnelle Cellier des Dauphins 2014


    I bought this bottle of wine for a mere £5 from a wine merchant in Sussex.The Coteaux du Tricastin was an AOC for red,white and rose wines,although 95% of production is red,from the area around Montelimar in the Rhone valley. The AOC was granted in 1973,although viticulture in the region goes back to before the Romans.In 2010 the name of the AO... Read More

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  • If you're still hanging onto the idea that wines with screw caps are a sure-fire path to wine perdition, you're about 10 years behind the times.  Yet some countries – buenos días, Spain – refuse to succumb to the screw cap and maintain their cork-only bottling laws.  What to make of the cork-vs.-metal closure debate?  The Wall Street Journal win... Read More

    From the article Corked Wine Debate Continues Its Corkscrew Path

  • For those interested, here's an interesting article on the subject and recent progress. Now I'm not sure I've seen a news article lauded on this board, but you never know.  Read More

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  • The hipster haven of Williamsburg is now home to Brooklyn's  – and New York's – first wine-wielding Starbucks.  The coffee superpower launched this month its “Starbucks Evening” menu at the Brooklyn location, in which a special menu that offers wine, beer and small plates of food will be available nightly after 4 p.m. The Wall Street Journal res... Read More

    From the article Starbucks Gets Bottle Shoppish in Brooklyn

  • It's hard to imagine the chill of winter as summer temperatures hit their peak this month. But then again, daydreaming about frost-kissed mornings and snowy nights may not be that far beyond our imagination.  Winter's chill is definitely on the minds of a select group of winemakers who will gather this week for the International Cold Climate Win... Read More

    From the article Cold Climate Wine Showdown Showcases Chilly Weather Grapes

  • British Airways is making a case for being a purveyor of fine wine at 30,000 feet.  The London-based airline picked up a few awards at the Cellar in the Sky Awards earlier this year. To get a sense of how the airline chooses its wine and how that wine gets from the earth to the vine and finally to the storage compartments of commercial airliners... Read More

    From the article Flavorful Wines & Friendly Skies: Reporter Tracks Wine From Vine To Flight

  • A trio of interesting stories popped up in the wine world this past week. One wine critic admitted to his struggles with snobbery, thieves made off with millions in Champagne reserved for the queen and one Japanese day spa is going bonkers for wine baths.  A Snob is a Snob is a SnobWine critic William Sitwell came clean this past week in The Tel... Read More

    From the article The Word Around the World: British Thieves, UK Snobbery and Japanese Wine Baths

  • A better case for the virtues of Sauvignon Blanc among the minivan mavens and the wine elite may not exist.This past week, Wall Street Journal wine expert Lettie Teague brought out the big guns in defense of New Zealand's signature quaffer, Sauvignon Blanc. What set Teague's article apart from the usual varietal-specific defenses is the comprehe... Read More

    From the article Soccer League Teague: WSJ Wine Expert Defends Mom Favorite

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