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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.
Once a decade, we draw up a list of the 10 most-reliable wineries.
Jon Bonné’s book, “The New California Wine: A Guide to the Producers and Wines Behind a Revolution in Taste,” is easier to find than the wines he writes about.
Could new refinement — and respect — be on the horizon?
Padre Kino made wine for the Masses
Cabernet Sauvignon is king in Napa Valley, but also kingly elsewhere.
Robert Pudwill tries to grow grapes in the Baja desert.