Wine Spectator's James Laube says that often a winery can only make a few hundred cases of a given bottling. When it spreads its lineup across a dozen or more bottlings, it's easier for the wines to add up and make ends meet. Which is one of the insights he gained during a dozen vintages of homemade wine.
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