Monthly Archives: April 2013

The Generational Wines of Charles Krug

When you have the most famous family name in California winemaking and also own the oldest winery in Napa Valley, the word that comes to mind is “stewardship.” Stewardship for the land, stewardship for the wine, and stewardship for the … Continue reading

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The Judgment of Annapolis

Annapolis wine merchant, Patrick Bouculat of Wine Cellars of Annapolis, decided to recreate a modern day version of the historic a Judgment of Paris, a competition between California and French winesstaged by British wine merchant Steven Spurrier. Spurrier arranged for a blind … Continue reading

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The Wonderful Wines of California’s Central Coast – Part Two

California’s Central Coast is one of the largest and most desirable grape growing regions in the world. There are three distinct sub-regions within the Central Coast AVA; the northern section includes San Francisco Bay, the central section is made up of … Continue reading

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The Wonderful Wines of California’s Central Coast – Part One

Several years ago, in an article in Food and Wine magazine, wine critic Robert M. Parker, Jr. stated, “Look for wines from California’s Central Coast… to take their place alongside the hallowed bottlings of Napa and Sonoma valleys. No viticultural … Continue reading

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