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  • Deciphering Biodynamic Wine
    August 17, 2021 Valerie Bilgri

    Deciphering Biodynamic Wine

    Biodynamic wines are increasing in both availability and popularity, even though they still comprise a small percentage of global wine production. While there are similarities between organic and biodynamic approaches, mainly the avoidance of pesticides and synthetic fertilizers, biodynamic methods...

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  • (Your) Wines of Summer
    July 30, 2021 Valerie Bilgri

    (Your) Wines of Summer

    Condensation forming on the outside of your beverage. A smoky tickle in your nose from a charcoal grill. The pop and whistle of fireworks. These are a few of the sights, smells, and sounds associated with summer, a season when...

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  • Photo of Domaine Schoffit Grand Cru Clos Saint-Theobald Riesling
    June 29, 2021 Valerie Bilgri

    Why the Wine World Loves Riesling

    If you’ve ever felt like you were the center of attention for misunderstood reasons, Riesling understands. Year after year, the professional wine world tries to improve the public image of this much maligned grape. Why? When it’s made well, Riesling essentially offers a complete package.
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  • Weygandt Wines Rosés
    June 3, 2021 Valerie Bilgri

    Know Your Rosés

    As temperatures rise, drinking preferences tend to turn to wines that are refreshing and light on the palate and for many, that means rosé.

    Rosés range in style from light and quaffable to full-bodied and substantial, from still to sparkling, and from bone dry to mildly sweet – there's a bottle of pink suitable for every occasion and preference.

    Even Ernest Hemingway had a favorite style of rosé, which means there’s one out there for you too.

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