Category Archives: Wine Reviews

Turning Rocks Into Wine at Dusted Valley

Turning Rocks Into Wine A pioneering French winemaker's discovery of a cobblestone corner of the Walla Walla Valley has yielded unique pours unlike anywhere else in the world. By Sean P. Sullivan Rocks region pioneer Christophe Baron didn’t set out to discover a new wine-growing territory when he first moved to the Walla Walla Valley…
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#GetWeird with
with Drouhin Vaudon!

Our friends the #WineWeirdos rerently tried Druhin Vaudon AC 2014! Take a look... [iframe id="https://www.youtube.com/embed/iQm3_Lb6s8c?rel=0" align="center" mode="normal" autoplay="no" maxwidth="800" grow="yes"]
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Eight Generations of
Champagne Drappier

For eight generations the Drappier family has been cultivating what is authentic and natural in our pursuit of fine Champagne. In Urville. at the heart of the limestone terroir of the Côte des Bar, their Champagne has the strong yet mineral identity of Pinot Noir. In this video, they open the door of their estate…
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