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All About Albarino Wine

All About Albarino Wine

     Albarino wine is native to the northwestern corner of Iberia which today includes Spain and Portugal. Its cultivation and uses, however, have been traced back to ancient Romans, who often used it to blend with other varieties. History of Albarino Wine In the late 19th century, a grape phylloxera outbreak destroyed most European vineyards. Grape phylloxera is an…

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All About Barbera Wine

All About Barbera Wine

Barbera is a grape variety belonging to the Vitis vinifera family, also known as the “European wine grape”. Barbera wine goes under several different names that refer to where it was made. This includes Barbera d’Alba, Barbera d’Aosta, Barbera d’Asti, and Barbera del Monferrato. As you go through Italy region by region, the synonyms for Barbera wine only keep coming. They include but are…

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All About Tempranillo Wine

All About Tempranillo Wine

Have you ever come across a wine called Tempranillo? If you haven’t yet don’t sleep on this one! Tempranillo is a highly-respected wine that can be used on its own or with other blends. We are going to discuss everything that you need to know about Tempranillo wine, also known as Cencibel, Tinto Fino, Aragonéz, and Tinta del Pais. This…

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SIX New Wine Releases!

SIX New Wine Releases!

We are so excited to announce the official release of six new wines! All of these new wines are now available on the tasting, glass, and bottle menus in Buellton and Laguna Beach. Make a reservation to join us in the lounge and try one, or all, of these delicious new releases! 2018 LOVE & HAPPINESS- Pinot Noir It has an…

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All About Sangiovese Wine

All About Sangiovese Wine

Sangiovese derives its name from the Latin sanguis Jovis, “the blood of Jupiter” and is originally from the Tuscany region of Italy. Sangiovese wine also goes by the names Chianti, Brunello do Montalcino, Dolce, and Sangiovese Piccollo. It has a blue-black color and is often used as the dominant grape in numerous blends of red wines. Sangiovese grapes are a…

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All About Grenache Wine

All About Grenache Wine

Grenache may not have the prestige of a Pinot Noir or Cabernet, but it’s a versatile sweet wine with a sweet, dry flavor, that can be available in many varieties and round out a wide variety of meals. It’s great for enjoying a barbecue with friends, but Grenache wine also makes a great choice for your next dinner party. There…

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