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Gluten Free Wine Options!

Dietary restrictions can make it difficult to enjoy the things you love, and wine is no different. Grapes are naturally gluten free, though, so what’s the deal? Even though wine itself is gluten free, red wines – in some cases – are aged within barrels that are sealed using wheat paste, leading to the possibility […]

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Piedmont Vineyards

Don’t Miss Out! If you have not been to one of our in-store “Meet the Winemaker” events, well you are missing out on a relaxed informal chance to meet and taste with a winemaker. We are very fortunate to live in a state that many winemakers from around the world enjoy the opportunity to come

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Pratsch Rose!

Pratsch Rosè With warmer days on the horizon, it’s time I shared one of my favorite affordable rosès with you. Forget Provence. My rosè exploration has been focused on Austria for the last few Summers. It’s hard to find a better value in this category than Pratsch Rosè. The Pratch family takes the utmost care

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Jamie’s Wine of the Week

VAGLIO BLANCO 2019 Tucked in the Uco Valley of Mendoza, Argentina you can find the vineyards of Vaglio winery. The property was founded in 2013 by José Lovaglio Balbo, son of famed winemaker, Susanna Balbo- the first woman to earn an enology degree in Argentina. José aims to highlight the various microclimates of Northern Mendoza

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Jamie’s Wine of the Week

Monte Bernardi ‘Italia Ti Adoro’ Everyone has their favorite Italian wine region. From the world-class Nebbiolo and Barbera grown in Piedmont, to Tuscan Sangiovese blends, and bold Sicilian varietals in the south, you can find wine worth falling in love with throughout Italy. Yet, if you find yourself unable to decide, reach for this biodynamically

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Jamie’s Wine of the Week

Evolúció Furmint 2019 It’s one of the oldest designated wine regions in the world and home to perhaps the most celebrated dessert wines in existence. The Hungarian region of Tokaj doesn’t strictly produce sweet wines though, some of the greatest values can be found in their dry versions of Furmint. I am excited to incorporate

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