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Ahhh, the internet is a great place to be. Unless, of course, the hackers of the online universe have decided to seek you out and demolish the hard work and wine chronicles of the past five years. If you’ve been wondering why there haven’t been new posts for a whopping 7 ...

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  • June 28, 2016

It’s harvest time in California. Yes, that means slightly cooler weather and kids are back in school, but it doesn’t mean the workload is any lighter. In fact, it gets a hell of a lot worse, as I recently chronicled on VinePair. The grapes at Casa Uncorked aren’t quite ready yet, but our ...

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  • September 8, 2015

Yes, Yes, we all know that rosé isn’t all White Zinfandel anymore, but that doesn’t mean all rosé is Cristal. Sometimes, tragic as it is, mediocre rosé falls shockingly into our unknowing glasses. What’s a devoted drinker to do in times like these?! It’s sinful to waste wine–though really bad ...

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  • July 8, 2015

It’s alive! The vineyards of California, that is.  Temperatures in the Golden State have been soaring above springtime averages, and vines across the state are waking up from their not-so-long winter naps. Surprisingly, vines are more similar to fruit and deciduous trees than other types of ...

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  • March 30, 2015