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Video: Wines of the Rhone Valley, Part 1
 

Video: Wines of the Rhone Valley, Part 1

This video, produced by LCBO covers the wines of Rhone Valley, a wine lovers paradise in France. This is home to many of the grape varieties which are planted the world over. Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre have grown here for generations. (more…)

Box Wine Now Has its Own Judging Competition

03 March 2015

Box Wine Now Has its Own Judging Competition Have you heard? Box wine now has its own judging competition, “Concours International Wine in Box.” The first annual event takes place in Toulouse, France on March 20th.   (more…)

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Video: The Wines of Bordeaux

01 March 2015

Video: Discover the Wines of Bordeaux Michael Fagan takes us on this memorable journey through the historic vineyards of Bordeaux in 2005. Discover why this region produces wine with such a prestigious worldwide reputation. Explore the wines, the people, and the Chateaux of this famous appellation.  (more…)

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Hawks View Cellars Current Releases

25 February 2015

Hawks View Cellars Current Releases So many visitors who come to Portland, Oregon seldom take advantage of visiting the many wineries located close to the city, and that is not a good thing! One of the do not miss wineries is… (more…)

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Hawks View Cellars Red Blend

21 February 2015

Wine Review: 2012 Hawks View Cellars Red Blend, Washington The Hawks View Cellars Red Blend has a very respectable pedigree, which should be quite a marketing bonanza.  (more…)

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Can White Wine Age?

19 February 2015

The simple answer. It depends! On what? A number of elements, such as… (more…)

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Niner Pinot Noir

17 February 2015

Wine Review: 2012 Niner Pinot Noir, Edna Valley, California Just south of the city of San Luis Obispo, California, and home of Cal Poly University lies the Edna Valley—a respite for Chardonnay and Pinot noir lovers. This valley is unique in the fact that the topography, which forms the valley, runs east and west allowing […]

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