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  1. Tastings in Wine Country Will Never Be the Same  -  On the Menu: Deep Dives, Deeper Pockets and a VW Bus

    Tastings in Wine Country Will Never Be the Same - On the Menu: Deep Dives, Deeper Pockets and a VW Bus

    With the pandemic receding in many parts of the U.S., your thoughts may be returning to a long-delayed visit to California’s Wine Country. If so, you should be aware of this: The tasting experience has changed and those changes, in many cases, will be permanent.

  2. Winemakers Offer New Year’s Resolutions, Including Something 'a Couple at Home Can Do' -- No, Not That!

    Winemakers Offer New Year’s Resolutions, Including Something 'a Couple at Home Can Do' -- No, Not That!

    "Many of these winemakers mention that they want to try different wines next year. If they, who have already experienced so many wines, resolve to explore new ones, certainly the rest of us should commit to that goal, too." Dorothy G. Gaiter and John Brecher
  3. Why Sonoma’s David Ramey Needs to See Some Jazz Next Time He’s in New York

    Why Sonoma’s David Ramey Needs to See Some Jazz Next Time He’s in New York

    "Ramey thought a few years ago that it would be prudent and a heck of a lot of fun to make a line of wines from different grapes and in other styles, wines that are more casual and appealing to younger customers." Dorothy J. Gaiter on David Ramey's second label Sidebar Cellars
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