Monthly Archives: July 2016

A Rosé by Any Name Is a Very Refreshing Wine

In France and other wine-growing countries, it’s known as Rosé (pronounced ro-ZAY). In Spain, it’s known as Rosado. Change that D to a T, and you’ve got Italian Rosato. Whatever the name, these are the most refreshing wines of summer,

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Posted in Food and Wine Pairings/Recipes, Wine in the Glass

New ‘Life’ for a 150-Year-Old Las Vegas Vine

As we pulled up to the entrance of the Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park, it quickly became apparent that we weren’t the only wine geeks who had come to gawk at a 150-year-old grapevine, as we described

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Posted in Editor's Journal, Our Wine Travel Log

In Search of a 150-Year-Old Grapevine

We all know that you can’t stop progress, but sometimes I think we need to have a clearer consensus about what progress is… and what it isn’t… when decisions are being made. In Southern California, “progress” destroyed some of the

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Posted in Editor's Journal, Our Wine Travel Log

The Wonderful Work of an Awesome Vinesse Member

If you have ever taken advantage of any of our Cyber Circle offers or belong to one of our clubs, you know that Vinesse curates some pretty cool wines. I think it should also be noted that Vinesse has some

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Posted in Wine Buzz
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