Tag Archives: Zinfandel

Lot18

Recently we received a rather interesting question from a member: I’ve read that wine was first produced in the Middle East and throughout Persia. If this is true, why aren’t we all drinking wines from those places today? Great question… [Read more…]

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Lot18

Late last week, Lot18’s Susana Arce and Kate Robertson brought four wines to a $15 million Manhattan midtown penthouse, and poured them for the potential future homeowners gathered for the filming of the season finale of Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing…. [Read more…]

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Audrey Luk

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I can’t think of many winemakers who came to the business with more of an outsider status than Michael. He told me with pride, “I’ve done this all on my own.” [Read more…]

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Sheri Sauter Morano

I’ll never forget my very first wine purchase, a few days after my 21st birthday. I knew enough to recognize some grape varieties, but I didn’t really understand what made each unique. So I went in search of one example… [Read more…]

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Bonnie Graves

Let’s face it. The wine industry, much like the Star Wars franchise, attracts a fair amount of geeks. Those obsessive-compulsive white, male, over-fifty attorneys who worship Parker aren’t so very different from their younger, obsessive-compulsive white, male brethren who worship… [Read more…]

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