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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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Primo Primitivo

Known as Zinfandel here, it was the most widely planted California varietal during the original “wine boom” of 1878 to 1889. Some say the Croations first brought it here, some say the Greeks.  In Southern Italy, it’s Primitivo.  I was lucky enough to get styled with a bottle of Castello Monaci’s “Piluna” Primitivo last night. Read more…

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