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Morét-Brealynn: A New Promising Pinot Noir Label

Posted on August 15 2022

Morét-Brealynn (More-ay Bree-lynn) Wines is a new label of Russian River Pinot Noirs that carries the name of its founder, Morét Brealynn.  The three wines reviewed here are her inaugural vintage.  They are all delicious and easy-drinking, young wines made … Continue reading

Italy’s Rosé from a White Grape: Valentino Butussi’s Pinot Grigio Ramato

Posted on August 15 2022

The Valentino Butussi vineyard and winery are located in one of the most charming parts of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, the small town called Corno di Rosazzo.  Overlooking (see photo) the vineyards of Corno di Rosazzo is the Abbey of Rosazzo, which … Continue reading

Current and New Releases of Cabernet Sauvignon: California, Chile, Argentina and Elsewhere

Posted on August 13 2022

The most widely planted grape variety on earth, Cabernet Sauvignon wines made in the Western Hemisphere are some of the world’s best. We’ve been fortunate to taste many of them over the years, and we’ve written about them in several … Continue reading

Gentilini of Cephalonia: A Greek Winery of Worldwide Origins

Posted on August 2 2022

Cephalonia is one of the most important wine producing islands of the Ionian Sea. It’s mountainous with gravelly limestone soils and home to self-rooted vines grown in the island’s highlands. This small island is home to 43 native grape varieties, … Continue reading

Flora Springs’ Single Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignons: New Releases

Posted on July 28 2022

Flora Springs is one of the Napa Valley’s storied wineries.  Located at the base of the Mayacamas mountain range in Napa Valley, it became famous in the 1990s, especially for its Cabernet Sauvignon.  We reviewed Flora Springs wines earlier this … Continue reading

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