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30 Second Wine Advisor: Mountain grown

Date: Wed, Mar 27, 2013 Wine Tasting

Retro commercials about Folgers to the contrary, there's no real connection between mountain growing and coffee quality. But how about wine?

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Vino e Cucina d'Italia: Superb Italian Wines - From Texas

Date: Wed, Mar 27, 2013 Wine Tasting

Not all wines from Italian grapes are made in Italy. Recently, Neil Duarte visited Flat Creek Estate - a winery in Texas which uses Italian varieties to produce wines that he rates as superb.

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30 Second Wine Advisor: IGP spells wine value

Date: Tue, Feb 5, 2013 Wine Tasting

This one's for the wine "geeks" who make a hobby of learning the minutiae of wine, mostly; but just about anyone who's looking for good wine value might want to pay attention.

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WebWineMan: Wine's Winning Ways

Date: Tue, Feb 5, 2013 Wine Tasting

Wine provides enormous pleasure, and we often don't realize how complex it can be. Richard Fadeley looks at four distinct elements of wine enjoyment that might help you appreciate it.

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30 Second Wine Advisor: Can Merlot be saved?

Date: Tue, Feb 5, 2013 Wine Tasting

Perhaps because it somehow became endowed as "The Red Chardonnay," the industry has poured out rivers of bad Merlot. .. But does it have to be so?

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30 Second Wine Advisor: Wine book: What would Noah drink?

Date: Tue, Feb 5, 2013 Wine Tasting

Wine brings pleasure not only to the senses but to the intellect as well. ... Wine boasts a cultural, historical and even religious heritage that few other beverages can match. Wine is a drink that makes us think.

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Vino e Cucina d'Italia: Centanni - Vini di Famiglia

Date: Tue, Feb 5, 2013 Wine Tasting

The organic winery Centanni received the Medaglia di Cangrande at VinItaly this year as the best winery in Le Marche, Italy. Here is Neil Duarte's report.

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30 Second Wine Advisor: Small things that matter: vintage

Date: Wed, Dec 5, 2012 Wine Tasting

The idea of vintage may be one of the small things that discourage people from getting into good wine. Let's face it: The idea of wine snobs sniffily declaring, "1948 was a very good year" is enough to put people off their feed.

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WebWineMan: Beaujolais Best Buys

Date: Wed, Dec 5, 2012 Wine Tasting

Beaujolais is the go-to wine for holiday feasts; plus, the nouveau Beaujolais has just been released! Richard Fadeley's tasting panel reviews a handful of these Gamay wines.

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30 Second Wine Advisor: Roero Arneis - a white wine that "tastes red"

Date: Wed, Dec 5, 2012 Wine Tasting

The late, great British wine writer Harry Waugh famously declared that "it is a wine's duty to be red," an axiom that many wine enthusiasts avidly embrace. But here's a white that easily meets those criteria too.

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30 Second Wine Advisor: Remembering Frank Prial

Date: Wed, Dec 5, 2012 Wine Tasting

I was saddened to read of the death at 82 of Frank J. Prial, who served as wine critic of The New York Times starting in 1972, at the birth of modern wine journalism.

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From Amazon.com: Hugh Johnson's 2013 Pocket Wine Book

Date: Wed, Dec 5, 2012 Wine Tasting

If there's one indispensible reference for the wine lover, it's Hugh Johnson's Pocket Wine Book. Updated annually, this handy guide packs an incredible amount of information into a pocket-size volume.

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Vino e Cucina d'Italia: Castello Fageto - Four Generations of Quality

Date: Wed, Dec 5, 2012 Wine Tasting

Just east of the coastal city of Pedaso in the region of Le Marche, the De Ruscio family has been growing grapes and making wines in hills overlooking the Adriatic. Neil Duarte visited their organic vineyards and winery.

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Taylor Eason: Pinot Noir's pasty cousin, Oregon's Pinot Gris

Date: Wed, Dec 5, 2012 Wine Tasting

Pinot Gris, a result of a genetic mutation from Pinot Noir, remains a tough sell – but producers in Oregon's Willamette Valley are doing a lot to change that. Taylor takes a look at some of the better ones.

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