Monthly Archives: October 2018

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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Is Wine Made in All 50 States?

Did you know that a vacation to Alaska could include not only a trip to a glacier, but also a visit to a winery? Bear Creek Winery in Homer not only has a tasting room, but also offers lodging that

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All About Tannat

There isn’t a whole lot of Tannat planted in the United States, but that could change in the future as more and more winemakers seek out varieties to set their estates apart. Trust us — it’s a variety that’s worth

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French Wines to Try: Let the Label Be Your Friend

Although label laws have been relaxed in recent years, trying to figure out what’s inside many bottles of French wine can still be a daunting task. That’s because most bottles are labeled by region (known as an appellation in France)

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