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Wine of the Week – Domaine Paul Buisse Touraine Sauvignon Blanc, 2013

From hillsides overlooking the Loire, Paul Buisse Winery produces this 100% Sauvignon Blanc, fruity and fresh, with scents of white blossoms and beeswax. Round and full-bodied, it reflects the winery’s respect for tradition and use of contemporary winemaking techniques. 47 more words

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Garnacha/Grenache is not a grape variety that people associate with elegance. In the Rhone valley it nearly always plays second fiddle, and only in Banyuls does it get a chance to show what it can do, but even than only in fortified wines. 350 more words

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A lot of people tend to forget that there is more to Burgundy than chardonnay and pinot noir. In red there is gamay of course, but let’s not forget about césar, an admittedly obscure variety used in Yonne. 419 more words

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Spec's 'Wine Of The Week' For 5/13

This weeks WOW is, TRIG POINT “Signpost” Chardonnay, Sonoma Coast, 2013.

This is a 13.5% alcohol, 100% Chardonnay from a hillside vineyard east of Sebastapol. 148 more words

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The Côte Mâconnais is the southern part of Burgundy. Although the generic Burgundy appelations stretch out as far as Lyon going further down, let us be honest here. 477 more words

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Wine of the Week – La Petite Perriere Rosé 2014

This La Petite Perriere from the Central Loire Valley of France offers a beautiful and refreshing start to Spring and Summer rosé drinking. Saget La Perriere, the winemakers, views this as one of its banner wines. 83 more words

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Spec's 'Wine Of The Week' For 5/6

This weeks WOW is Ch. SENEJAC, Haut-Medoc, 2012.

From the owners of Ch. Talbot (St. Julien), this is a classic southern Haut Medoc blend of 48% Cabernet Sauvignon, 37% Merlot,11% Cabernet Franc, and 4% Petit Verdot (all grown on a gravel plain just south of Margaux). 179 more words

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