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December 2008

More From Arizona: Callaghan Vineyards
Posted: Dec 29, 2008 9:21am ET
My blog today is the final installment of my recent series on the growth of Arizona's fledgling wine industry. I recently tasted through some eye-opening new releases from Page Spring Cellar and Arizona Stronghold , as well as Dos Cabezas.
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More From Arizona: Introducing Page Spring Cellar and Arizona Stronghold
Posted: Dec 22, 2008 9:48am ET
My blog today is a continuation of last week's entry on the growth of diversity in today's wine world and finding good wine in unlikely places, more specifically, in Arizona. I recently tasted through some eye-opening new releases from Arizona, and as promised, here are some more profiles of promising Arizona wineries.
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Good Wine Can Come from the Most Unlikely of Places: Next Up, Arizona
Posted: Dec 18, 2008 3:52pm ET
I never cease to be amazed at the growth of diversity and quality in today's wine world. From the Rhône to the Finger Lakes, there's good wine seemingly being made everywhere these days. Even Arizona.
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A Sit Down with Christian Wölffer
Posted: Dec 17, 2008 2:13pm ET
Despite the tough economic times, the wine industry marches on. There are still those out there looking for opportunity—Christian Wölffer among them. Wölffer, whose eponymous Long Island winery produces around 16,500 cases annually, makes no bones about his frustration with that region's wine industry.
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When to Pull the Cork on That Last Bottle
Posted: Dec 15, 2008 10:28am ET
Wine can be a love-hate relationship. And that’s part of what makes wine so great. I’ve recently been on a campaign to drink up the last lone bottles of particular wines I have in the cellar. You know, those single bottles that mark the end of the six or 12 bottles that you initially bought.
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Finger Lakes Rieslings: Looking Back to Look Ahead
Posted: Dec 11, 2008 2:02pm ET
For wine critics, looking into the future is probably the hardest part of the job. Figuring out where a wine is going to go over time takes experience—you can’t look forward without keeping an eye on the past.
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How Do You Choose Your Information Sources?
Posted: Dec 8, 2008 3:32pm ET
A couple months back, during an energetic debate in our online forums, I made the following statement regarding the blogosphere: "This is the problem with the 'blogosphere'. It's a lazy person's journalism.
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What Do I Drink Outside of the Office? You Might Be Surprised to Find Out
Posted: Dec 1, 2008 10:42am ET
One of the questions I’m often asked by folks is, do I only drink the wines I rate highly? (And they typically mean 90 points or better, if not 95-plus, when they ask this question.) The answer often surprises them: No, I don’t.
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