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2010 Angel Vine “Hellion” Washington Red Blend

This wine is a blend of Primitivo, Zinfandel and Petit Sirah all from the Stonetree Vineyard, the warmest source in the Wahluke Slope for Angel Vine. This blend is big and bold—and the super structured Petit Sirah brings out the best of all of them. The resulting wine is fairly large but very balanced and […]

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A Tale of Two Pinots ~ Vintage 2011

Tasting two 2011 Pinot noirs from different continents was a very revealing experiment. One Pinot was from Marlborough New Zealand and the other from Willamette Valley Oregon. New Zealand’s 2011 vintage was not highly rated but the wine we reviewed from there represented the region and variety well. While it was not the highest rated […]

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Wine Review: A Tale of Two Tuscans

We will review two wines from the same producer in this post. It is seldom I sample two wines and get excited about the range of food they would pair with but this Vermentino and Chianti are like the dynamic duo of culinary pairings. Vermentino is so underrated and for some reason or another, Chianti […]

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Wine Review: 2009 Gundalch-Bundschu Sonoma Valley Merlot

It’s always fun when an old friend comes around for a long overdue visit. That’s how I felt when this sample from Gundlach-Bundschu arrived. When Pamela and I worked for the Kimpton Group, one of our wine distributors was totally enamored with this producer and we also had a crush almost as intense on them […]

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Wine Review: 2008 Hawk and Horse Red Hills Lake County Cabernet Sauvignon

This wine has always showed well at competitions and it is certified biodynamic. When I received a sample bottle, I was glad to get the chance to review it under our criteria, which is consuming a bottle with a meal. The Red Hills of Lake County (not to be confused with all of the other […]

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2010 Mollydooker Gigglepot McLaren Vale Cabernet Sauvignon

This style of wine will please many but I must first qualify that the many I speak of will not be the average Cabernet Sauvignon consumer. There are many dry red wines that have a lot of fruit flavor and may even make you think you are tasting a sweet wine, now multiply that by […]

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