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    “You can buy any amount of many of the wines that are on the list,” Miliotes, who became a Master Sommelier in 2007, said. “That’s the fun thing.” -George Miliotes

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  • Winemaker Interviews

    "The sweetness level in a glass of Port is not going to kill you." - Rupert Symington, co-owner/co-CEO, Symington Family Estates

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  • Winemaker interviews

    "In Abruzzo, the king and queen are Montepulciano and Trebbiano, so we have been cultivating these grapes for thousands of years." Francesco Cirelli

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    "So, if you want to make it very simple you have: Matelica with higher acidity, higher minerality compared to the Jesi area and from the area of Castelli di Jesi, a much easier drinking wine." Aroldo Bellelli, Winemaker Bisci

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  • Winemaker Interviews

    "Groppello is our grape, it's the grape, and actually our region is defined by its presence. It's a very, very tiny area where this grape still exists..." Giacomo Tincani of La Basia

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    "So back in 1999, we looked into this for our column in The Wall Street Journal. We learned that for state dinners, the White House chooses American wines with a theme appropriate to the guest." Dorothy J. Gaiter and John Brecher

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    Fortune reports that Kendall-Jackson is trying to promote a white wine emoji. "The Chardonnay maker submitted a 15-page proposal earlier this summer for a white wine emoji, which was subsequently accepted for review by the Unicode Consortium, the governing body that coordinates and sets global coding standards for emoji."

    The San Francisco Chronicle on wildfires, women and wine. "Many of you have asked whether any vineyards or wineries have been affected, and so far the answer is no."

    Grub Street on how to pair wine with gummy bears. "That list of juxtapositions needs wine that follows in a similar footpath. South African Chenin Blanc provides just that kind of dichotomy."

    The Drinks Business asks could Indian wine be the next big thing? "A collaboration between Boisset and Kapil Sekhri, co-founder of Fratelli Wines, J’NOON’s fruit meanwhile, is grown in rocky vineyards at the same altitude south of Pune on the right bank of the Nira River."

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  • Wine Review

    Contrary to the typical images of steamy jungles that would come up for most of us, and thereby horrible conditions for growing grapes, Brazil makes some wonderful wines.

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  • Women Winemakers

    The Priorat has quite recently experienced a significant reawakening as a wine region, and growing wine regions offer increased opportunities to women winemakers.

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  • Wine news

    Billboard Magazine on how Pearl Jam's signature wines sold out in 12 minutes. "Each of the 450 limited-edition sets came with four bottles of the Project's Idle Hands wine, with each bottle featuring a different label designed by PJ's art crew depicting the skyline of one of the cities (Seattle, Missoula, Chicago, Boston) the band is visiting on its "Home X Away" tour. "

    Barrons on Möet Hennessy's China experiment. "The result is a beautiful red wine that costs about US$300 a bottle, certainly placing it price-wise alongside some of the best wines in the world."

    The Guardian on how Spanish made blue wine is coming to France. "Vindigo is a 100% chardonnay wine made in Almería in Andalucia, Spain. It owes its strange colour to the wine being subsequently filtered through a pulp of red grape skins containing anthocyanins (from the Greek anthos – flower – and kyaneos – dark blue)."

    The Washington Post on why South African wine deserves to be the next big thing in wine. "Some of the most intriguing wines I tasted were represented by young importers exploring South Africa as a new market where they can plant their flags and establish a reputation."

    Decanter reports Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars founder Warren Winiarski has pledged US$3.3m to help maintain and improve the world-leading collection of wine writing at the library of UC Davis in California.

    Seven Fifty Daily profiles Napa winemaker Cathy Corison. “I pick weeks earlier than most Cabernet producers in Napa Valley, and back in the day, I was the butt of jokes—‘Cathy’s picking. We should go sample for the first time."

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