Monthly Archives: March 2011

Taste Washington! Seattle, Washington

Taste Washington! sponsored by the Washington State Wine Commission was just what this neophyte Washington wine drinker needed to get a more in-depth look at what is happening in this state’s wine scene. I wasn’t disappointed as my first seminar explored … Continue reading

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400 Year Old Vine – Maribor, Slovenia

After visiting Slovenia five years ago by train, I’d hoped to return and drive through the countryside with the freedom that only a car can provide. That opportunity came last November, when I visited friends in Varazdin, Croatia. With the … Continue reading

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I decided to bottle: In barriques!

(English translation of original Italian post by Enrico Nera, ParliamoDiVino) During my visit in Italy, I decided, with my brother, to try to bottle wine that my father has stubbornly produced for years. The wine is made from Cesanese grapes, … Continue reading

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