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Chloe Wine Collection – Really Worth Trying

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We were wandering through our local wine and spirits shop just before the Thanksgiving holiday, looking for a few wines to bring to a friend’s house for dinner, when we ran across one of those small wine tastings that pop up from time to time. This time they had a Prosecco, a Pinot Noir,

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Our Wines for the 2016 Thanksgiving Holiday

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The holiday season is upon us, and hopefully that means family, friends, good times and great wine and food. We certainly wish all of you those things, and we’ll be doing our best to celebrate the spirit of Thanksgiving and Christmas as well. Step one on that quest was picking the wines for the upcoming

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Book Review – “Corkscrew” – A Rollicking Laugh Riot through the International World of Wine

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The list of fictional stories which deal with the wine industry in detail is a short one. The most well known to the masses is undoubtedly “Sideways”, the story of a wine aficionado with serious life issues and a rather significant hatred of the Merlot grape. We liked the movie “Sideways” as it was quite

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New Britain Museum of American Art – The Art of Wine & Food

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We recently were fortunate enough to attend the Art of Wine & Food fund raising event at the New Britain Museum of American Art, held this past October in New Britain, CT. When I say we I mean myself and our son Alex, who stopped in on his way home from work. Alex is a

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2005 Chateau Boyd-Cantenac: Another Great 2005 Bordeaux Drinking Beautifully

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I’ll say it again, nothing beats the deals you can get when Bordeaux has a truly great vintage. You don’t buy the big names, but some of the less famous classified growths and the hundreds of unclassified chateaux make fabulous wines for low prices. 2005 represented one of those amazing buying opportunities, which we embraced

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Great Value Merlot Around $10

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When it comes to everyday wine, meaning the bottle you have open on your kitchen counter or in the fridge, there is nothing better than finding a wine which significantly over delivers in quality when compared to price. The definition of value is perceived benefit divided by cost, and this wine really shines. If you

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