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Paul Hobbs Kick Ranch Syrah, Sonoma County 2005 and the Worldly Syrah GrapeKick Ranch Syrah is Paul Hobb  Read More →

Petrus – The Most Expensive Wine? This evening I was able to taste one of the rarest and highly sought after wines in the world. Petrus. From the right bank of Bordeaux, Chateaux Petrus (pronounced PAY-troos) comprises of 30 acres of vineyard... (more...)

Jonesy Tawny Port and a California Cabernet Not to supersede the Thanksgiving wines I recommended a few days ago, I have to talk about two wines I had tonight that would be great tomorrow or anytime. First off was a Cabernet Sauvignon from the Santa... (more...)

Wines for a Thanksgiving Celebration No doubt you have read countless ideas of what wines go best with Thanksgiving Turkey this year. American Zinfandel because it  Read More →

Paul Hobbs and his Single Vineyard Wines For my latest blog posting I have chosen Paul Hobbs as my subject matter. Paul Hobbs has been making wine for over 25 years in California and Argentina. He is praised by critics, professionals, and wine geeks... (more...)

Avalon – Cabernet Sauvignon – Napa Valley  Read More →

Graff Hardegg – Veltlinsky – Gruner Veltliner 2005 $9.99 – 11.99In a first for my wine blog, today’s wine is a Gruner Veltliner. Fresh on the scene here in the US, “Gruner” hails from the great country of Austria (one... (more...)

“Think Pink”: Rose from Provence, Domaine TempierRose wines are hotter than ever this year. I know, I know, every year you hear it but it never seems to actually be that prevalent. Not this year! I have been to quite a few wine shops around... (more...)

Vin de Pays de l’H  Read More →

2005 Henry’s Drive Shiraz Dead Letter Office Price – $22-30 (the average is about $25) Day 1  Read More →

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