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Markham Vineyards 1879 Cellar Blend

Wine Review: 2012 Markham Vineyards 1879 Cellar Blend, Napa Valley, California In the early 90’s I would often drop into Markham Vineyards whenever I was driving down Hwy 128 in Napa. Sure, there might have been places with better wines or bigger palaces of extravagance but those guys at Markham always made you feel special.  […]

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Argyle Brut Rose

Wine review: 2010 Argyle Brut Rose, Dundee Hills, Oregon Argyle has been producing some of the finest sparkling wines made in America, and they have been achieving this for decades now. That’s not just my opinion; they have frequently achieved accolades from some of the best wine reviewers in the business.  (more…)

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2012 Hourglass III Red Blend

Wine Review: 2012 Hourglass III Red Blend Napa Valley, California Hourglass owners Jeff and Carolyn Smith decided to replant parts of their Blueline vineyard, and the fruit from the new plantings went into this blend. It’s a new wine that winemaker Anthony Biagi (of Plumpjack) conceptualized and as you might expect, the wine is quite […]

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Wishing You a Happy & Prosperous 2015

Happy New Year from all of us at Enobytes. May 2015 bring you happiness, success, peace, hope & togetherness. Have a very safe, happy and prosperous New Year and welcome to 2015!  (more…)

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Once Upon a Time There was a Guy named Paul Dolan and He Made Some Mighty Fine Wine

The original concept for the wines that bear the Paul Dolan label was one of vision and integrity. Although Paul Dolan is no longer associated with Paul Dolan wines and hasn’t been since, well that depends on who you ask.  (more…)

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Truchard Winery

Tony Truchard is truly a pioneer in the California wine business choosing to plant wine grapes in Carneros long before anyone else. Starting with only 20 acres, Tony Truchard decided to use the clay soils to create reservoirs and trap the rainwater allowing him to utilize an unheard of (at the time) technique of irrigation […]

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