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What’s up With American Rosé?

I recently made a few sacrifices and tried close to 90 rosé wines in the last couple of months to see what was up with rosé. Most of this sacrifice took place with three other wine writers during an hours-long tasting session, while other parts of the sacrifice took place

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Mexican Wine History Through a Bottle of Casa Madero

Yes we all know and love Mexico for its famous spirits made from agave as well as its ubiquitous beers. Pass the lime and salt please! But don’t just stop there as Mexico has a burgeoning wine industry. I’ve had a few Mexican wines here and there while vacationing in

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Quarantine Pairing Fun with Pedernales Cellars

We’ve been cooking more lately. Like a lot. I’ve been working from home alongside Thing 1 and Thing 2 who have been doing distance learning. And overall, we’re doing fairly well. But man, have I become a short order cook! What used to be a weekly fight over the fact

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The Texas Wine Party Continues with Fall Creek Vineyards

It is my belief that there are few things that I cannot pair with wine. Whether pairing with things of the edible variety (high-end and low-brow alike) or just life in general, wine generally pairs with all. As we just celebrated Texas Wine Month this past October, our #WinePW group

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Summer Wines for the Last Days of the Season

I say “last days” but who am I kidding?! It will summer here for at least two more months, if not more. The string of 100+ degree days has taken a toll and I found myself running from the reds and fully enjoying the white and the pink stuff.

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Rose for Spring & Summer 2019

With momentum that seems like it will never stop, the popularity of Rosé is as high as its ever been. Long gone is the much reviled White Zinfandel (but we love it for all those Zinfandel vines it saved!) and in its place is the much loved pink-hued juice that

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