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Frog's Leap Zinfandel 2006

Frog’s Leap stands tall in the heart of Rutherford, at home in its historically noted “ghost winery” Red Barn. It’s Zinfandel is considered America’s own great indigenous grape, even though its origins lie on the Adriatic coast. Planted throughout California and the Pacific Northwest, Zinfandel is at its best in warm regions with cooler temperatures Read more…

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Underneath the Fog

Howell Mountain lies well above the fog line along the northeastern side of Napa Valley. Since the 1880s, adventurous winemakers have been drawn to the mountain’s unique climate and soils, as well as the challenges of mountain winemaking, a consistent attraction that has resulted in a legacy of wines that have garnered high critical acclaim. Read more…

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Chateau Dassult's Exquisite Taste

Laurence Brun who succeeded her father and was given the esteemed command of the Grand Cru Estate Chateau Dassault in 1995 which is pictured to the left. At the urgency of Laurent Dassault, she set up a major quality development plan. Fundamental work was undertaken, with drainage and replanting of plots where required. Mass selection Read more…

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Need An Escape?

Travel with Wines.com to the coastline of New Zealand with every crisp sip of Nautilus Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough 2008. New Zealand is a land like no other. The country has a very special combination of soil, climate and water. New Zealand is a country of contrasts with dense, native forest, snow-capped mountains, and a spectacular Read more…

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