Monthly Archives: January 2017

Why I’m Voting for Wine Samplers Over Wine Growlers

The Rolling Stones famously informed us that we might not always get what we want, but we just might get what we need. In the state of Washington, some wine drinkers are getting what they want, but if new legislation

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How to Pronounce Some Common Wine Words

Why can virtually everyone look at a word like Champagne and pronounce it correctly, yet have so much trouble with other words associated with wine? The answer is simple: Pretty much everyone has heard of, sipped and enjoyed Champagne, but

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Posted in Wine Buzz

Celebrating Australia’s Cutting-Edge Wines

Today is Australia Day — the “National Day” of Australia — which marks the arrival of the First Fleet of British Ships in New South Wales in 1788. It was known as New Holland back then, and the Brits sent

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Posted in Wine Buzz, Wine in the Glass

Everything You Need to Know About France’s Wine Regions

For centuries, France has set the benchmarks for virtually every type of wine you could imagine, developed through a generations-long focus on the concept of terroir. In a nutshell, “terroir” is about matching the right variety to the right type

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Posted in Wine in the Glass, Wine Region Profiles
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