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Pinot Noir? Pinot Nowhere.

As we rolled up to our final winery of our Oregon visit, we might be forgiven for expecting to enjoy one more glass of Pinot Noir before returning to California.   909 more words


Identity Crisis? An Aussie Making French Wines in California.

Dry Creek Valley in Sonoma County boasts some of the finest vineyards in the region, if not the entire state.  Home to over 9,000 acres of planted vines, Dry Creek Valley is 16 miles long and 2 miles wide, with both valley floor and hillside locations.   744 more words


Fine Wine of the Week: QUINTESSA 2013

The Person(s):
Agustin Huneeus (owner of Flowers, Faust, and Quintessa) and his mom, Valeria Huneeus (who is/was in fact the visionary and founding force behind Quintessa) 98 more words


According to attorney Michael Fate, the state of California requires its winemakers to adhere to strict guidelines where bottling and labeling is concerned. To be called California wine, the law states that all grapes be a California product. 327 more words


Black nutty staining holy shit concentrated voluptuous heady smelling stuff, fleshy while decadent and reeking of rocks and snow run-off. One of those things you just want to be in the same room with forever in hopes some of their poise and attitude will flake off. 88 more words


Where to Find Value Stocks

Finest Buy:
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Tracey informs you where to find value even as the stock exchange is striking new record highs.

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Great grub...Milwaukee--

POW!  Here we are puttin’ on a major feed at Meritage in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and everything is quite good.  The chef/owner, a woman called Jan Kelly, is closing this place at the end of August, and we are eager to see why people love her cooking so much before she leaves town.   188 more words