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Wines Reviews

If there is a positive spin to 2020, it’s that we all have leveled-up our eating and drinking skills. Do you remember back in 2019 when everyone was tweeting about Dry January? People were so silly in the before times. This year, we are going to focus on situation-appropriate wines.

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Top Rosé Wines

Villa Des Anges “Old Vines” Rosé, Pays d’Oc Here’s a pretty little folly from winemaker Jeff Carrel of the Languedoc-Roussillon. Bright and wild strawberries on the nose, with a plume of …

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California Wines Reviews

Terlato “Devil’s Peak” Cabernet Franc, Pope Valley The wine is bright, ruby, and shows no bricking with medium color concentration, no sediment, and medium-minus viscosity. Aromas of blueberry, smoke, and hints …

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Nine Great Wines

Arnaldo Caprai Montefalco Rosso Umbria A beautiful and modern Umbrian red. 70% Sangiovese with equal parts Merlot and Sagrantino in the blend. Borgo Scopeto Chianti Classico A classy leather-bound Sangiovese with …

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Decibel Wines

A Philly boy goes to wine school, moves to New Zealand, and becomes a winemaker. Philly’s own Danny Brennan started as a Philly bartender and ended up as a bad-ass winemaker …

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South American Wines

Where did you first discover the wines of South America? For me, it was years ago (2004, to be more or less precise) when the Wine School hosted a charity wine …

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Future of Australia Wines

What with their over-reliance on mass-marketing lower-end products (damned critter wines!); and, of course, they are relying heavily on those high ratings that Robert Parker so lovingly gave to those big …

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