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Chardonnay from Oregon is crazy good

Living in the Pacific Northwest gives me total access to the Willamette Valley wine country and after living here for over a year, I can say I've visited… twice. Yes, tis sad. I blame it on my travel, my husband's travel and a baby (who is now a toddler). It … More

Tags: chardonnay, oregon
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Mmmm… Carmenere

So I've taken a week to hang out with my folks in the DC area so that they can spend time hanging out with their granddaughter and I can get some work done. One of the benefits of this trip is going through the few cases of wine I sent … More

Tags: carmenere, chardonnay, chile
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Chardonnay Revisited

ABC – Anything but Chardonnay. You may have heard it from a few wine drinkers along the road. Fed up with the over-oaked, big butter, creamed-corn style Chardonnays that were coming out of California about 10 years ago, many wine lovers swore off the grape, particularly California style. I still … More

Tags: california, chardonnay
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