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Luxe Riesling

We’ve been huge fans of crisp 21st century rieslings here at Wines.com since they started pouring into the states at the dawn of the new century. Today’s wine du jour hails from the Moselle River Valley in the sleepy state of Luxembourg. We’ve come across a nice parcel of the Clos Rochers Mussbaum Vineyards Grand Read more…

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Wine Warms the Heart

At the home’s hearth, deep in the feelings of family and friends, lies satisfaction.  Warm-hearted, fulfilling satisfaction – that feeling is drawn from many sources and they’re all good.  Be it mother’s long-braised beef stews, a close encounter with someone special, or simply sharing a hearty bottle of red wine with those near and dear Read more…

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Russian River Valley Chardonnay

Located at the foot of Sonoma County, the Russian River Valley has become the source of some of California’s finest chardonnay. While the chardonnays coming from Monterey County and the Central Coast seem to be tasting more on the tropical side, the Russian River Valley wines tend to exhibit more traditional fall and stone fruit Read more…

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Shop to Buy Wine Online

Among the myriad of avenues upon which America shops for wine, what often gets lost is actually what the customer wants to buy.  Sure, Kendall Jackson Chardonnay, Beringer White Zinfandel and Yellow Swill Shiraz sell millions of cases, but what do wine buyers with discriminating palates want to buy? What are they shopping for?  What Read more…

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