Monthly Archives: January 2010

I fell in love with a Pinot Noir tonight: J. Scott Cellars Pinot Noir

Attending a performance art event tonight, I grabbed a glass of the J. Scott Cellars Pinot Noir on my way to chat with friends before the show, and nearly slowed down in my tracks after the first sip. The wine … Continue reading

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Tar-jay Wine Find: Hogue Cellars Fumé Blanc 2008

Living in the Pacific Northwest next to the lovely wine-producing areas in Washington and Oregon has its advantages. This became especially apparent to me on a recent trip to Tar-jay (or as some people call it, Target…lame). While I took … Continue reading

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Penfolds & Beef Stew

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Wine Peeps Presents the Wine Word of the Week: Cellar

Click here to read the Wine Peeps’ Wine Word of the Week: CELLAR.

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Hilarious Video Poking (Good) Fun at Wine Vloggers

more about “Drunk and Stupid! // Current“, posted with vodpod Thanks for the link, Tomas!

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This French Rosé is a beauty on a budget

Wary of buying a Rosé because you think it looks too much like the “pink wine” your mom used to buy in a box? The 2008 Domaine Sorin Rosé is a blend of seven grapes, Grenache, Cinsault, Syrah, Mourvèdre Carignan, … Continue reading

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Juicy Napa Cab: 2003 Stone’s Throw Cabernet Sauvignon

“Let the wine speak for the vineyard. Don’t doctor it with excess oak and wine making technique.” – Thoma Family Wine Philosophy I picked up a bottle of Stone’s Throw Cabernet Sauvignon from Sundance Wine Cellars a couple weeks ago … Continue reading

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