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  • We live in the far South West of England, a long way from the usual cross Channel ports such as Dover. We do however, have a local ferry operator out of Plymouth which gives the choice of 2 routes to Europe. One to Roscoff in Brittany and the other Santander in Spain. Also you can choose to combine these for a round trip, in by one port and out ... Read More

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  • By far the most famous appellation in California, and for that matter in the USA is the Napa Valley. Encompassing virtually all of Napa County as well as 14 distinct AVAs (American Viticultural Area), this extensive valley system, about an hours drive north of San Francisco, is home to the cradle of Californias viticultural history. While Caber... Read More

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  • Having been seriously drinking wine for only 4 years -- I only started drinking wines once I could afford them -- and being back in graduate school, I found the best way for me to try and find new wines without buying a whole bottle (and consequently drinking by myself) is to hit up wine bars and try a flight, or a few...It seems a lot of you Sn... Read More

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  • For this week's Wine and Music pairing, I have included two Chilean products that go fantastically together and truly demonstrate the potency of regional pairing. Chile is also the home of Aurelio Montes, owner of Vina Montes  who plays monastic chants to his wines, and who commissioned the recently published Heriot Watt study  which proves that... Read More

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  • Hey all, I'm The Manging Partner of a small boutique winery in south east Michigan, I and my partners have been in business for about six years. Though we started out as home wine makers we now have (as my wife says) a hobby gone wild. I have a pretty good wine and food pairing knowledge and always love to talk about and learn about wines from... Read More

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  • http://www.barkeeper.ie/News_Item.asp?News_ID=1367Fine Wind Wine is looking into the past to find ways of beating the Carbon crisis -- they're using a 108 year old sailing ship and traditional shipping routes.How's that for wind power! Read More

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  • My name is Franz and I have just discovered Snooth.I am from Austria and I was the last 6 month in South Africa to work at Klein Constantia Estate.Currently I am in the last year of my Master study "Viticulture and Wine Marketing". My family owns vineyards in Burgenland in the east of Austria (Neusiedler lake area exactly). We produce white, red... Read More

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  • Shiraz is the Bruce Wayne of the wine world, thereby making SyrahBatman.  Cutting to the chase, Shiraz generally, is a straightforward, bright, vibrant wine, while Syrah is a little more smoky and mysterious.  It is commonly misunderstood that Shiraz and Syrah are two completely different grapes, however, they are not!  What's known as Shiraz to... Read More

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  • I must confess that I am drawn by the name alone... at least so far since I've never even seen a bottle with Fair Play on the label. http://wine.appellationamerica.com/wine-region/Fair-Play.htmlhttp://www.fairplaywine.com/map/map.htmlHas anyone had any experience with wines from this part of the Sierra Foothills? Read More

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  • Any recommendations on wineries to check out?? Read More

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