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Appetite for Wine by Appetite For Wine - 19h ago

Ah, the joys of the holiday season. Decking the halls, gift shopping, gift exchanging, bundling up in front of a roaring fire, and of course those festive holiday parties and meals. Of course there is plenty of wine to drink during this time of the year, too! I think most would agree that a crisp, refreshing, …
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Just in time for the holidays, bubbles! Who doesn’t love to celebrate with sparkling wine? From Champagne, to Cava, Prosecco, or California Sparkling Wine, a bottle of bubbles is at home on every holiday table. And with such variety as we have today, bubbles don’t have to break the bank. Take, for example, this Lucien …
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Appetite for Wine by Appetite For Wine - 1M ago

More and more wine producers are embracing environmental consciousness. Whether out of concern for conserving our planet and its resources, or reacting to consumer and market demands, there is no doubt that organic, sustainable, natural, and biodynamic wines are on the rise and here to stay. It’s not just the small, boutique, dare I say …
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Appetite for Wine by Appetite For Wine - 1M ago

Anybody who has purchased a bottle of wine is familiar with the standard, 750 ml bottle. The vast majority of wine is sold in these bottles. Some may be familar with the Magnum bottle; at 1.5 liters, it is equivalent to two standard bottles. These are great for parties and other group gatherings, but what …
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As the days grow shorter, and temperatures begin to cool, our thoughts turn from crisp, refreshing whites and rosés to bigger, heartier reds. The foods we enjoy in the cooler weather match these wine preferences, too. Fewer salads and grilling (though we grill year-round…don’t hate, we are in NorCal, afterall) and more stews and roasts. …
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