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How a Fabulous Evening Turned Into a Culinary Disappointment

Spending a couple weekends in San Diego recently made it abundantly clear that California’s border city is home to a vibrant wine scene. We picked up a copy of the San Diego Reader, and it provided capsule looks at two

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Posted in Editor's Journal, Our Wine Travel Log

A Tasty Alternative to ‘Wining’ at Sea World

While the younger members of our group were waiting in line for 60 minutes to board a tube-style raft for a ride on Shipwreck Rapids, Michelle and I stood in a not-quite-so-long line to dine at Sea World’s Shipwreck Rapids

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Posted in Our Wine Travel Log, Wine Buzz

Thornton Winery Expected to Unveil Summer Concert Series Soon

Some have referred to listening to music as “cheap therapy.” Add a glass of wine to the experience, and psychiatrists could become an endangered species. The West Coast is a hub of American wine, so it makes sense that it

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Posted in Editor's Journal

Alexander Valley’s Ascent to Wine World Star Status

In 1841, Cyrus Alexander arrived in an untamed valley to manage the Sotoyome Rancho, a Mexican land grant owned by a San Diego sea captain, Henry Delano Fitch, and his wife, Josefa Carrillo. As payment for his services, Alexander received

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Posted in Wine Region Profiles
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