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Bonnie Graves

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Sigh. Let me get out ahead of the inevitable question and tell you that, no, you don’t really want to get into the wine business. As the old adage goes, the fastest way to mint a million in the wine biz is to invest ten million. [Read more...]

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Wine  glasses and barrels

While our domestic wine industry has focused more on traditional French grapes like Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, our grape-growing options have expanded along with the American public’s appetite for new and “different” grapes. Enter the era of “Cal-Ital,” a term that some love and others loathe. [Read more...]

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Grapevine in autumn

They’ve been making amazing wines in Paso for some time, but it’s only been in the last 10 to 15 years of production that the rest of the wine community has started to take notice. [Read more...]

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Spring-y Wines

If April has already got you looking at cute wedge sandals and sundresses, you might update your wine wardrobe as much as your apparel. [Read more...]

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One of my best friends from high school went to Tuscany in her 20s and met her future husband – a nice Jewish boy from Florida. Italy is like that. Its culture is predicated on love: love of beauty, love… [Read more...]

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