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Wine Review: 2013 Historia Verdadera Syrah

It is an exciting time in the wine industry right now. Almost anyone anywhere can order wine online (subject to state regulations) and can get hundred of different varietals from hundreds of different wine regions from thousands of different wineries. 332 more words


A Day at Concha y Toro

A few weekends ago, I had the pleasure of visiting one of Latin America’s wine giants. Concha y Toro is located just on the outskirts of Santiago and can be visited without paying a tour company. 412 more words

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Castillero del Diablo Reserva Carménère‎ 2013

More Carménère from Chile!  This one had a lighter flavor profile than the others I’ve had.  Well, the other two.  Ha!

Winemaker:  Castillero del Diablo (by Concha Y Toro) 81 more words


Decanted... | A Lesson on Legs: Emiliana Natura Cabernet Sauvignon 2010

Emiliana Vineyards is 100% organic and biodynamic. This Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon has great legs, full flavor, and sustainable origins. http://bit.ly/1Kz4cv3


Welcome back to some old Friends.

We’re delighted to welcome back some old friends the lovely wines from William Cole Vineyards. William Cole Vineyards lies deep within Chile’s prestigious Casablanca Valley—often called “Chile’s Burgundy.” This cool climate vineyard near the coast, which is comprised of over 129 contiguous hectares, provides a long, warm growing season with cool nights to develop excellent acidity. 212 more words

New Arrivals

Frontera Chardonnay 2013

For the folks who may be dropping by this blog for the first time, I’d like to reiterate that the mission here is to explore budget-friendly wines – aka inexpensive.  188 more words


Marchigüe Carménère‎ 2012

When I grabbed this off the shelves, I’d only had one other single varietal wine made with Carménère grapes.  That was the Anakena Carménère‎ that I’d had while on travel over a year ago.  149 more words