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Magazine Archives: Oct. 31, 2010

Business Briefs

Augustus Weed, Alison Napjus
Issue: October 31, 2010


Pinot Noir lovers don't need extra motivation to visit Russian River Valley, home to some of California's finest examples of the wine, but Williams Selyem is giving them some anyway. The iconic winery opened a new tasting center and production facility. Spain's newest appellation is causing some controversy. Vino Dulce de Hielo is the country's first D.O. for ice wine, made from a variety of grapes in the Penedès wine region, just east of Barcelona. It includes ice wine made from artificially frozen grapes.


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