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Report #83: The Wines of Galicia

The Wines of Galicia

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Fine Wines from Roero in the Piedmont: New Releases from Negro Angelo e Figli

Posted on August 1 2020

Located in Monteu Roero not far from Canale in the Piedmont hills, Negro Angelo e Figli is one of the oldest winemaking families of the Roero.  The family has cultivated vines since the 17th century and today has vines in Monteu … Continue reading

Alvaro Castro: Outstanding Selections from the Dão

Posted on July 31 2020

Alvaro Castro is one of the most accomplished winemakers in Portugal.  Since 1980 he has served as winemaker for his family’s properties at Quinta da Pellada and Quinta de Saes. Alvaro crafts elegant wines sourced from traditional varieties with minimal intervention … Continue reading

Siduri Pinot Noir: Latest Releases from California and Oregon

Posted on July 23 2020

Siduri is one of America’s preeminent producers of Pinot Noir. Under the guidance of founder Adam Lee, it produces a wide variety of vineyard designated premium wines and blends from celebrated vineyards in California and Oregon. Adam and his winemaker, … Continue reading

Cameron Hughes: An American Negociant Offering Wines of Superb Value

Posted on July 20 2020

Cameron Hughes is a wine négociant who started his eponymous enterprise in 2001, buying excess, bulk wine from well-known California wineries, bottling it and selling it at Costco and other discount locations.  This business model works well when there’s surplus wine. … Continue reading

James MacPhail’s Tongue Dancer: New Releases from Russian River Valley and the Sonoma Coast

Posted on July 20 2020

Veteran winemaker James MacPhail has four new offerings of his Tongue Dancer wines, and each is a pleasure to drink.  Sourced from top vineyards in the Russian River Valley and the Sonoma Coast, the new releases include a Chardonnay, a Pinot … Continue reading

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