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The Elegant Side of Wines from Argentina

Many of us probably think of Argentina wines as being fruit forward, easy going wines that appeal to a wide range of wine drinkers. Argentina wine connoisseurs, however, know there is a lot more to this wine producing country than … Continue reading

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The Vineyard Whisperer

Donald Hess has a great knack for picking vineyards and making wines that are able to express unique qualities of a particular region. When he was at the helm of the Hess Family Estates, he was able to bring together … Continue reading

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Falling in Love with French Viognier Again & Finding a Malbec with Nobility

Loud laughter, an electric energy and lots of smiles filled our table of seven people for an intimate dinner with Alain Dominique Perrin, the owner of Domaine de Lagrézette, at Le Bernardin. We were there to meet Mr. Perrin with … Continue reading

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How important is it for countries and wine producing regions to have ‘signature wines’?

A few weeks ago, on September 28th, I went with a group of my co-workers to a couple of wineries on Long Island, New York. I had my first Long Island Malbec at Bedell Cellars and I have to say … Continue reading

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