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by Jason Lightner February 2nd, 2017| Wine
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Smoking Loon, Chardonnay, 2012

by Jason Lightner November 3rd, 2016| Wine

Smoking Loon

California, Chardonnay, 2012


When you find a wine producer you thoroughly enjoy, it's only natural to pick up each and every bottle of theirs you can get your paws on, right? I really hope that's the case, as I've simply fallen

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Stella, Pinot Grigio, 2012

by Jason Lightner April 26th, 2016| White Wine, Wine

Italy, Pinot Grigio, 2011


With the weather finally breaking, and the cold chill of Jack Frost behind us, we can dispense with the necessary warmth of a bold and fragrant red and seek out opportunities which might be a bit more refreshing. Italian whites are a good choice for just

Cliffside, Central Coast Chardonnay, 2012

by Jason Lightner April 19th, 2016| White Wine, Wine

California, Chardonnay, 2012


Once again, we're sampling a wine from the Cliffside gift basket. This time we've got our mitts on a Chardonnay, so we've chilled it to a cool 50 degrees fahrenheit, and are about ready to enjoy. Although it's never been my style to play by the
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Canyon Road 2011 Cabernet Sauvignon

by Dennis Mayer January 14th, 2016| Wine
Today's wine could claim to be both American and Argentinian. It's made by the Canyon Road Winery in Modesto, California -- home of the Gallo Winery, which make many of the low-end bargain wines of which we're so fond. But the
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Host a Party Without the Cost

by Gary Hays July 24th, 2015| Friday Fun
What better way to relax after a hard week at the office than by having a few friends stop by. Of course, the downside is that you don’t wish to bear the expense of providing drinks for everyone, after all, it’s between paydays. A simple BYOB invitation would be
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Chilling in the Great Outdoors

by Gary Hays June 9th, 2015| Well-Stocked Bar
Ah! Summertime! The great outdoors. The pool water has once again been restored to a translucent sparkle, the barbecue grill has been scraped and cleaned, now, bring on the heat, and bring on the many friends who will be swinging by for a cool dip, and whatever you’ve got
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Vienna Wines: Wien, Wagram, Carnuntum

by Charles Wangersky May 29th, 2015| Red Wine, Regional, White Wine, Wine
When we think of Austria, we tend to think of an almost Swiss attitude towards purity and cleanliness, and we see this also in their wines. Very few red wines are produced in Austria, but the extreme variability of the soils means that limiting the production to only white
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Wineries near Vienna: Wien, Wagram, Carnuntum

by Charles Wangersky May 22nd, 2015| Destination, Destination Winery
One of the more common pastimes in Vienna is not touring the local vineyards as such, but walking through them. There are a number of working vineyards on the outskirts of the city, and people will stroll through them, much as we do through our civic parks, as a
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To Breathe or not to Breathe – Aerating Wine

by Gary Hays May 19th, 2015| Well-Stocked Bar
Here is an age old problem. You have a number of guests at your house for an evening of fun and frolic, and as it turns out, most of them are wine drinkers, meaning you are popping corks at a rate which is not giving each newly opened bottle
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Wines of Vienna: Wachau Valley and Thermenregion

by Charles Wangersky May 15th, 2015| Regional, Wine
While grapes have been grown in the east of Austria since the Middle Ages, and wine has been a part of Austrian life at least that long, it is only recently that the Austrian authorities have started to regulate and certify specific wines as being developed in particular areas
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Wines to Try Near Paris: Champagne

by Charles Wangersky May 1st, 2015| Regional, Sparkling Wine, Wine
While it may seem odd to think about artisanal champagne, that is, effectively, what the growing situation in the Champagne area of France has led to. The vineyards end up, over time, being subdivided through inheritance, and after a while end up so small that they can't support themselves
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