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Shrimp is such a versatile food and it can nicely with many varietals...
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Summer is not over yet..#WineGeo Top 5 Italian #PinotGrigio #PinotGris http://goo.gl/KRehjz  
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Why would anyone in the Napa Valley grow anything other than Cabernet Sauvignon?
It’s a solid question. Napa is one of the great Cabernet producers in the world…maybe the greatest.
http://goo.gl/Zikcce
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Picking out great wines and spirits can be a challenge but not for those who travel near and far to experience them. Julie Albin is one of those special people who has a pulse on some fantastic tasting wines and spirits, and she offers us a peek into “What’s in Julie’s Glass.”
http://winegeographic.com/whats-in-my-wine-glass-julie-albin/
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Descendant of Wine Royalty - Raúl Pérez and his Subterranean barrel aging with notable wine picks.
 http://winegeographic.com/the-curious-case-of-raul-perez/
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Only 1 out of 100 barrels end #JackDaniels Single Barrel Select - Review and tasting notes. http://winegeographic.com/review-jack-daniels-single-barrel-select-tennessee-whiskey/ …
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Everyone knows that you can get great wine in France, with regions like Burgundy and Champagne getting frequent and unflaggingly positive reviews. There is magic elsewhere in this grape-riddled nation in a little area in southeast France called Provence
http://winegeographic.com/provence-rose/#
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