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Sustainable Farming in Chile – Single Vineyard Carignan from Oveja Negra

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People who grow wine grapes, whether they sell the grapes to other producers or make the wine themselves, think of themselves as farmers. That’s what they are, and most great winemakers will tell you that great wine is really made in the fields. Some go so far as to characterize their responsibility as winemakers as

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Cellar Time: 2010 Albino Rocca Barbaresco – Ronchi Vineyard

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We were recently celebrating Cheri’s birthday, and such an event calls for a trip into the cellar for something special. In this case that meant a bottle of the 2010 Ronchi Barbaresco from Albino Rocca. We are big fans of Albino Rocca wines, and have been ever since we visited the winery, spent some time

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Part 10 of the Spanish Series – Navarra and the wines of Vina Magana

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The Denominacion de Origen (D.O.) region of Navarra shares some aspects with the other great winemaking regions of Spain. It traces its roots back to Roman times, and can point to centuries where the cloistered monks working in the many monasteries throughout the region maintained and improved the culture of making wine. In modern times

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