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New Zealand – Exhilarating Wines from a Pristine Land

New Zealand – Exhilarating Wines from a Pristine Land

Image: Man O’ War vineyards, Ponui Island.  by Matt Deller The idyllic country of New Zealand is made up of two little drops in the ocean, two unspoiled islands in the South Pacific.   New Zealand is the most isolated country in the world and the last habitable...
The Definitive Guide to Burgundy

The Definitive Guide to Burgundy

To truly understand fine wine, you must study the classic regions. And at the top of that list is Burgundy (Bourgogne in French). With around 2,000 years of wine history, Burgundy sets the benchmark for the purest expressions of the region’s star...
Exploring the Adelaida District of Paso Robles

Exploring the Adelaida District of Paso Robles

In 2014, the vast Paso Robles AVA was divided into eleven sub-regions. “Paso Robles was the largest un-subdivided AVA within California at approximately 614,000 acres,” writes Jason Haas for Blog Tablas Creek, back in September of 2013. “By contrast,...
Oregon Winemaker Eats Dirt

Oregon Winemaker Eats Dirt

Okay, I’m guilty: that was a sensationalist headline. And it’s only half true. But it starts like this: I received an invite to a dinner called “Eat Dirt” from winemaker Nicholas Keeler, Authentique Wines, based in the Eola-Amity AVA of...

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