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The “F” Word and Mother Nature’s Lady Parts: VINTAGE 2014

If you think you know what someone means when she says "the 'F' Word," you probably have not spent much time with a winemaker. Talk of Lady parts and Mother Nature's ass -- it was not quite was I expected ...

Santa Barbara wineries to premier Vintage 2014 films with Dec 10th Twitter Tasting

Nearly a year in the making, Kickstarter project Vintage 2014 is set to premier three short films online Wednesday, December 10 with a live simultasting of wines from growers and wineries featured in the eagerly anticipated documentary. Wine bloggers, food writers ...

WineWonkette on Kitchen Party Tonight for #UnCorkChocolate

Want to learn a bit more about wine and chocolate in a fast and fun on-line atmosphere? Another Wine Blog's own WineWonkette Amy Corron Power will join Elise Bauer from Simply Recipes, the fabulous Wine Harlots' Nanette Eaton and Scharffen Berger ...

Good Texas wines honor Terroir

Many Texas wineries exhibit the hubris Texas has become known for all over the world -- with a swagger and a determination, they attempt to bend Mother Nature over and whip her into submission. If it works for oil, then ...

Cornerstone Oregon 2011 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

Vibrant ruby in color, with a luscious nose of strawberries, blackberries and rhubarb; a whiff of white pepper and a hint of patchouli. This 2011 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir White Label from Cornerstone Cellars, Gaston, Oregon offers flavors of black ...

Review: Goldwater 2012 Pinot Noir (Marlborough, NZ)

Bright and delicate with none of those wet leaves' flavors that often overpower some pinots, this Goldwater 2012 Pinot Noir hails from the famed Wairau Valley of Marlborough, New Zealand, where winemaker Stuart Marfell grew up "just next door," (if you ...

Veuve Cliquot Mail Truck pops corks in Houston

It appears on nearly every wine list in every major city’s restaurants across the nation; it pops up at nearly every “middle-to-high class” social event; its large yellow label is overtly displayed in nearly every retail outlet for wine, from ...

A Writer’s Response to Intimidation

In political writing, investigative journalism and satire, the subject of the story is often cast in a light he or she does not like. If the piece is outrageously untrue, as often happens in satire, a good-natured subject, while irked, ...

Napa, wineries take stock, assess damage after 6.0 Quake

Napa Valley wineries report diverse assessments as a result of last Sunday morning's magnitude 6.0 earthquake that shook residents from their 3:20 a.m. slumber. The 'South Napa earthquake,' so named by the United States Geological Survey (USGS), was the largest to hit the ...

Dishing with Jameson Fink at Grape Collective

Recently Jameson Fink asked us to be his very first wine blogging duo interview for Grape Collective's Speakeasy feature. A mix of journalism and commerce, Grape Collective is the brainchild of Publisher Christopher Barnes. In addition to Barnes and Fink, ...

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