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E.T. 51 Spirits landed in Texas and “they taste out of this world”

As we know the story, something happened northwest of Roswell New Mexico during a severe thunderstorm in 1947. Was it a flying saucer? Was it a weather balloon? Were they aliens? Well, 70+ years later, there are still more questions than answers, and the debate continues.

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Wine Tasting – Pinot Noir From Oregon

Wine tasting a Pinot Noir from Oregon.  It is important to mention wine from Rogue Valley Oregon, is quite different on profile regarding California or Washington style Pinot Noir’s.  Normally, Oregon Pinot Noirs are nuanced, subtle, with high acidity that don’t always explode with intense fruity profile as Californian Pinot Noir. When tasting this Sierra […]

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Natural wine the same as Organic wine?

Natural wine” has become a loose term that describes wines made with minimal intervention in the vineyards and in the cellar, but it can be a bit of a misnomer.  Natural wine, is made from grapes not sprayed with pesticides or herbicides. Natural winemakers handpick their grapes instead of relying on machines to harvest them […]

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Why Cooking with Wine is Fun

Cooking with wine has been a process for hundreds of years. The function of wine in cooking is to intensify, enhance the flavor and aroma of food and not to conceal them. Wine should not be added to a dish just before serving but it should simmer with the food, or any dish sauce…

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