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To the Miraflores winemaker, the most original California wine is angelica.
Is barbera best on its own or when blended with another variety?
Just south of Paso Robles, the Edna Valley is home to California’s most obscure white wine.
They may be unfamiliar to American palates, but Greek vintages are the rising alpha in the wine constellation.
Amador Foothill Winery, a key player in the revival of the Sierra foothills wine trade, is switching hands from one pioneer winemaking couple to another.
Pinot grigio, also known as pinot gris, is rare among wines in that it can draw upon the traditions and romance of two wine countries to sell itself – Italy and France.
India is a country with 1 billion people and very little wine. A Geyserville man and his partner aim to change that ration.
Winemakers with one grower in common explore the reach of the vineyard and their thoughts on ‘terroir.’
In creating 20 tasting rooms along and about the main drag through the old gold camp of Murphys, Calaveras County’s vintners have made wine exploration fun, convenient and relatively safe.
Surprisingly, tempranillo is now being turned out in more than one style and is more versatile than ever.