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Mixed Case: Pinot Gris to Pinot Noir

Here are the wines we selected in this week’s mixed case. Find yourself a newfound favorite.  (more…)

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More Fresh Rosés for Summer

Rose Wines for Summer The Rose choices are getting better and better. Why? Because people have finally shed the psyche that they will taste like White Zinfandel or Lancer’s—not that there is anything wrong with that if that is what you like. (more…)

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Stylish and Restrained: 2012 WindRacer Pinot Noir

2012 WindRacer Pinot Noir, Anderson Valley, California Wind Racer gets its name from an antique weather vane reclaimed in Kentucky as the namesake for a winery project partnership between Barbara Banke and Peggy Furth. (more…)

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A Few Fabulous Rose Wines to Kickstart your Summer

Rose Wines for Summer The Rose choices are getting better and better. Why? Because people have finally shed the psyche that they will taste like White Zinfandel or Lancer’s—not that there is anything wrong with that if that is what you like. (more…)

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Rias Baixas Albarino: Distinctively Unique

If you really enjoy a good white wine with lots of character and haven’t tried a Spanish Albarino, go out and grab a bottle. (more…)

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Wine Photo of the Week: Hilltop Carcassonne

Wine Photo of the Week: Hilltop Carcassonne Hilltop Carcassonne, in southern France’s Languedoc region, is a medieval citadel famous for its 53 watchtowers and double-walled fortifications. (more…)

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