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2012 Domaine Boudinaud Côtes du Rhône la Boissière

Boudinaud’s 2012 Côtes du Rhône La Boissière is about half Grenache and a quarter Syrah with the balance divvied up between Mourvedre, Cinsault and Counoise. Yeah, this is a Côtes du Rhône alright. 598 more words

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2012 Clio, Jumilla Spain Review

Dennis bought me this beautiful bottle of Spanish wine for Christmas that we’ve been waiting to drink when we can really enjoy it. We figured waiting until March was long enough, as it was just staring at us begging to be tasted! 674 more words


Four Reds We Cant. Stop. Drinking.

It’s Winter, or at least, in California, we pretend like it is. We all know we need more than a couple really hard rainstorms (every day, until the end of next month) to keep the snow pack, which feeds our streams, which feed our crops and vines, not to mention us! 612 more words


Wine Review: Kloof Street Swartland Rouge Vintage 2012

An interesting little number from Mullineux Family Wines, a small wine producer in the Swartland region of South Africa. They are based in the village of Riebeek Kasteel and their range of products include both red and white wines. 359 more words

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d'Arenberg...Changing its spots not its Stripe

A new look for the d’Arenberg labels. I can see why they’re taking their time with sheer amount they have, coming up with the creative would be a full time job, not unlike painting the Sydney harbour bridge: get to one end, and then back you go. 362 more words

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Last night, Dorianne and I joined Richard Clark and Mary Stec at Niroj Restaurant in Agoura Hills, CA. Since it was the eve of the… 305 more words

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Provence: It's Not Just for Rosé

Well . . . it’s mostly for Rosé.  After all, 80% (give or take a percent) of all the wine made in Provence is Rosé. 943 more words