2012 Las Rocas Viñas Viejas de San Alejandro Garnacha Working on...

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    2 readers - By Shiba Sommelier

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    5 readers - By Fredric Koeppel/ Bigger Than Your Head

    A Wine Journey: An Ideal Holiday Gift

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    5 readers - By Wine Trail Traveler

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    1 readers - By Mattie Bamman/ By The Tun

    Coiled Wines 2012 Black Mamba, Snake River Valley, $30

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    2 readers - By Marisa D'vari/ A Wine Story

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    By Hoke Harden/ Elixir Vitae

    Alan Kerr’s Vintage’s October 25th Release – Tasting Notes

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    3 readers - By Gang of Pour On Wine

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    3 readers - By Joe Becerra/ Wine Country Getaways

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    5 readers - By Fredric Koeppel/ Bigger Than Your Head

    Comoloco Monastrell 12'

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    1 readers - By Shawna L Watson/ Naked Wine Reviews

    Liking Them Apples – In a Glass!

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    3 readers - By The Alcohol Professor

    2013 Handcraft Cabernet Sauvignon

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    5 readers - By George Perry/ The Good Wine Guru

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    5 readers - By Wine Trail Traveler

    Santa Cruz Mountain Vineyard/Vino Cruz

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    3 readers - By Santa Cruz Mountains and Santa Clara Valley Wines

    Douro: Diversité et Assemblages

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    3 readers - By Julien Marchand/ Chez Julien

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    1 readers - By Philip White/ drinkster

    Ravenswood Besieged by Nature this Halloween

    “Are ravens circling a good or a bad omen?”, Joel thought, as the black winged birds, about the size of a football, with long wingspan, and tapered wings, and each feather, like so many shiny throwing daggers silently glided above his head, this dark and gloomy evening, the copper Autumn moon just half exposed, peaking behind the gathering storm clouds to see what will happen to this man dress.

    1 readers - By Karl Mywinepal/ MyWinePal

    Champagne Day, October 24, 2014

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    1 readers - By Wine Trail Traveler

    Fall Creek Vineyards announces new, second location in Driftwood, Texas

    AUSTIN, TX, October 22, 2014 — One of Texas’ first and most respected wineries, Fall Creek Vineyards, is expanding by opening a new tasting room and production facility in Driftwood, Texas. The second winery location will feature an elegant Hill Country estate on 17 beautiful acres adjacent to Onion Creek, and is well situated to become tasting destination for both tourists and locals alike.

    4 readers - By Texas Wine and Trail Magazine
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