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Inkblot by Michael David Winery, Cabernet Franc, Lodi, California.

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Grapes Mainly Cabernet Franc, with small amounts of Cabernet Sauvignon and Petite Sirah blended in.   Facts Have you ever been head-butted in the face by a wine? No? Pour yourself a glass of the Inkblot and you will be! … Continue reading

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Yet Another Thanksgiving Wine Article!?!?

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Sure! Why not! Thanksgiving comes but once a year, and wine writers around the world rejoice at the chance to write ANOTHER article on the subject on pairing wine with this festive meal!!! Ok, so maybe my English sarcasm is … Continue reading

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Learn to Pair With Your Meal With David Philips from Michael David Winery

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A good little video showcasing the Incognito wines from Michael David Winery.  

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Seven Heavenly Chardonnay

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  Facts Whilst not certified organic, the winemaking brothers Michael and David Philips do everything they can to use all natural methods in the production of this wine. Seven Heavenly Chardonnay is positioned as a sister-wine to the Seven Deadly … Continue reading

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A Zin by any Other Name!

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With today being #Zinfandel Day on Twitter, I thought it only appropriate that I brush up on my Zinfandel synonyms! Here we go: Crljenak Kaštelanski, Gioia Del Colle, Morellone, Plavac Veliki, Primaticcio, Primativo, Primitivo, Primitivo Di Gioia, Primitivo Nero, Uva … Continue reading

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Beef-and-Lamb Burgers with Cheddar and Caper Remoulade Paired with 7 Deadly Zins

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I’m a big fan of meals that are easy, inexpensive and tasty; but who isn’t? This week I am featuring the Michael David Winery, and what better wine to pair with their Seven Deadly Zins than a burger? Recommended retail … Continue reading

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