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Lesson Learned: Always Research Your Winery Visit

Growing up, I’d heard a lot about Chippewa Falls, a city that neighbors my late father’s hometown of Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Those Wisconsin roots explain why I grew up a Packers fan, even though I’m a California native. So when

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Take Me Out to the Ball Game: Missed Vinous Opportunities

Happy 5th of July! I hope you enjoyed some safe and sane fireworks last night, some quality time with family and friends, some good food and some good wine. Chances are, however, that the “good wine” part was up to

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Cerveza Is Not Your Only Option for Cinco de Mayo

This is tres de Mayo, which can mean only uno thing. Actually, it can mean many more things than that, but what I’m thinking about is the fact that Cinco de Mayo is only two days away. Of course, Cinco

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Posted in Food and Wine Pairings/Recipes

How Does the Alcohol in Wine Compare to Other Drinks?

TGIF! Are you going out for drinks with friends once 5 o’clock rolls around today? Or might you be planning to dine out this weekend and order a bottle of wine to accompany the meal? We want you, your friends

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Posted in Wine FAQ
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