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I Collazzi and a Big Ol’ Steak #ItalianFWT

Super Tuscans: You love them or you hate them. They are wines that statistically score high, but are they all necessarily good? What does it all even mean? Tuscany is known more for the sangiovese grape, with various amounts of … Continue reading

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Quarantine: 14 Days of Isolation Wines – Day 12

Well, another Friday is upon us and some of us are on the home stretch of being done Isolation. However, even after two weeks, we wonder if everything is ok to resume. That said, this might be our “new normal” … Continue reading

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Quarantine: 14 Days of Isolation Wines – Day Seven

For those of you that are actually self isolating, or in quarantine, you’ve made it one week! Yay! I must admit that today was difficult. I’m not even in quarantine, but I didn’t go to work today, so I felt … Continue reading

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Quarantine: 14 Days of Isolation Wines – Day Four

I’m sure many of you have figured out by now that I’m not a new world wine fan. That’s what I mostly drink, which is not to say that New World wines are bad. They are not. I just prefer … Continue reading

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An evening with Christian Voeux

I love a good well-made wine. Sometimes those can be found in a large production winery with high distribution, however most times, I find myself appreciating, wanting and selling family owned, small vineyard, sustainable wines that I never mind drinking … Continue reading

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