It’s Time to Celebrate With Some Tempranillo!

The organization has a long name: Tempranillo Advocates, Producers and Amigos Society. Fortunately, it also has an easy-to-remember acronym: TAPAS. And TAPAS has declared today through the weekend as “International Tempranillo Day.” You should know right off the bat that

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A Toast to National Merlot Day

Enticing dark fruit flavors. A supple texture. Soft tannins for early accessibility. Merlot is the variety that has it all. It’s the red wine to drink while your Cabernet Sauvignon is aging. If you happened to see the movie “Sideways,”

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Temecula and Wine

Napa Valley and Sonoma County get most of the media attention, but two areas of Southern California are home to one of the oldest and one of the newest vineyard areas in the Golden State. One of the oldest is

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A Look Into Chilean Wines

While Chile may not be as famous as some other “wine countries,” it’s producing quite an array of palate-pleasing wines. From crisp, clean, fruit-forward Sauvignon Blanc and Riesling, to big, palate-coating Malbec wines that are almost “inky” in hue, Chile’s

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