Touring Vineyards, Talking Terroir & Tasting Vintages with WA’s Top Producers For me, it started…

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Most of my readers don’t know that I have something of a secret passion. Not a secret because I’m embarrassed of it, but because most other wine drinkers ignore. That secret passion is for Merlot.

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Find out how I went from possessing only textbook knowledge of Spanish wine, with possibly a mixed case in my own cellar, to now being completely enamored with the country, its people, its food, and of course–its wine.

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The wines of Nuits-Saint-Georges are often misunderstood, underrated and truly excellent examples of red and white Burgundy. Find out Why.

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It starting in 1979, when Becky Wasserman, the renowned importer, bought two bottles of the 1975 Eyrie South Block Reserve and entered them into the Gault-Millau Wine Olympiad.

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Terms such as “once in a lifetime”, “Unicorn Wines”, and “iconic”, are thrown around too…

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What does it take for a producer of Barolo to decide that it’s more important…

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