Month: January 2021

This Tempranillo-based red is aged for 10 years before release and comes from a leading pioneer of Spain’s Rioja region. Executive editor Thomas Matthews, who reviewed the wine, explains why Wine Spectator is honoring this 2010 vintage red as Wine of the Year for 2020. More Wine Spectator Top 100 Wines of the Year content:
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It’s grape harvest time and I’m going to share with you how you can enjoy a dry wine for the first time. This wine season, I’m trying the world famous Norton grape. Clear Water Valley Farms GIVEAWAY ENTRY https://clearwatervalleyfarms.com/ ZEAL – Sign up under SMART SUBSCRIBE and save $10 off your order. Every purchase helps
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People are getting ready for two weeks of celebrations. Tony Terlato from the Terlato Wine Family was here to share some tips on picking the perfect holiday wine and give us some wine 101. Terlato Wines are sold at stores across Chicagoland. www.terlatowines.com is where you can find more info.
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The American continent spans thousands of kilometres of thrilling winemaking regions, from Northern California to the Andes. This small selection of our favourites is an illustration of the sheer diversity of styles and winemaking talent. Watch the online wine tasting with Annalisa Mannoni and taste three wines from our Wines of the Americas selection: https://www.corneyandbarrow.com/wines-of-the-americas-around-the-world.html
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