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Sheri Sauter Morano

Last week, as I indulged in my weekly dose of trashy reality TV with the premiere of The Bachelor (the most shocking Bachelor premiere yet!), I got to thinking about first impressions. Whether it’s falling in love or buying a… [Read more...]

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Sheri Sauter Morano

Most people tend to think that wine education has to be stuffy. Well, not in my world. While there is a lot to learn, there are also lots of different – and fun – ways to do it. Recently, I… [Read more...]

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Eric Cowperthwaite

I am a huge Burgundy lover who has been recently converted to Oregon (Willamette Valley) Pinot Noir as a great New World approach to the grape. So, when I saw the [2003-2006 RR Ridgecrest Vineyards Pinot Noir Vertical] offer was… [Read more...]

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Steve Unwin

Working in a tasting room in wine country will expose the average cork dork to a stunning variety of opinions, commonly held beliefs, and outright misconceptions. One that consistently baffled me, mainly because I heard so many “official” answers, was… [Read more...]

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Steve Unwin

(Illustration by Julia Heffernan) My grandfather has recently taken up a cursory interest in wine. He’s well traveled, highly educated, and has enjoyed his fair share of libatious pleasures like Scotch and Champagne over the years. So imagine my surprise… [Read more...]

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