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Quarantine: 14 Days of Isolation Wines – Day Three

It’s not so bad right? While in quarantine, there’s the internet, movies, puzzles, games…and I’m sure many have a “honey-do” list that just never seems to get done, despite our best efforts! However, reading about COVID-19 around every turn, might … Continue reading

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Etna and the power of the Contrada

The French had it figured out for centuries. Burgundy was pinot noir. White Burgundy is made with chardonnay, Sancerre with sauvignon blanc, and Vouvray with chenin blanc. Beaujolais is gamay, while Champagne is the classic blend of chardonnay, pinot noir … Continue reading

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Tales from the Canadian Okanagan: An Introduction

So I’ve been reading posts lately on “Field Trips” taken by my fellow wine bloggers. Although I cannot say (yet) that I have been to any “exotic” wine locales, like you all, I CAN go visit the wineries in my … Continue reading

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