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Releasing Wine Before it’s Time.

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This is an issue I’ve been contemplating writing about for a few years now, but it appears Dan Berger beat me to the punch! He writes: I’ve heard winemakers and wine geeks say: “A pinot noir isn’t wine until it’s … Continue reading

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How Valuable is the “Story” Behind a Wine?

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It goes without saying that when it comes to wine, the taste is front and center. But what about the story behind a bottle of wine? It may come as a surprise to you to say that I’ve actually dropped … Continue reading

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Le Claux Delorme, Valencay, Loire Valley, France.

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Grapes 40% Gamay, 30% Malbec, 20% Cabernet Franc, 10% Pinot Noir   Facts If you were to make a list of the red wines coming out of France, Loire Valley reds would certainly come near the bottom; not because of … Continue reading

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Primarius Pinot Noir, Oregon, 2010.

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  Grapes 97% Pinot Noir 3% Syrah   Facts If it’s good enough for the President of the Philippines and Hillary Clinton, it’s good enough for you! What am I talking about? Well, the Primarius Pinot Noir was recently served … Continue reading

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Sweet 16 Pinot Noir Tournament Tasting Package at Omni Amelia Island.

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A unique twist on a traditional wine tasting, this first annual Sweet 16 Pinot Noir Tournament takes on a blind tasting bracket format with pinot noirs from Chile, California, Oregon, France, New Zealand and Germany.  The Sweet 16 tasting will … Continue reading

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Christian Salmon Sancerre Rose, Loire Valley, France.

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Grape 100% Pinot Noir   Facts This would happen to actually be only the 3rd Rose Sancerre I’ve ever tasted. Rose Sancerre isn’t made in huge quantities, but when you do find it, it’s always made from Pinot Noir. Personally … Continue reading

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