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Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff (Wine Storage and Aging is Small Stuff)

I have the dubious distinction of being both experienced in IT and in wine, which means I am in high demand at family gatherings and friend’s parties; if I’m not bringing a relative’s computer back from the dead, I’m probably answering some questions about wine. Probably the most frequent wine question I get from friends Read more…

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A Trip to Mendoza…Put It On Your Bucket List! (Day One)

Nestled between the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean, in South America is a land of majestic views, fertile soils, beef parillas, and the mighty Andes Mountains. Argentina is a land of mostly expatriots, immigrants and refugees who came to Argentina one or two generations ago to seek out a new life. Upon arriving in Buenos Aires Read more…

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The Truth about Verite La Muse

French for “truth,” the wines of Vérité result from a confluence of old world experience and new world fruit. Each is an amalgam of distinct components harvested from small vineyard blocks (micro-crus), resulting in a carefully considered convergence of grape varieties, climate, soil exposition and winemaking technique. The Vérité Estate is located in the foothills Read more…

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