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Eric Guido
Eric Guido is an American Wine Writer and Director of Wine and Marketing for the Morrell Wine Group
Eric Guido is an American Wine Writer and Director of Wine and Marketing for the Morrell Wine Group
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Just posted today at The Cellar Table blog. I've been trying to bend my brain around the changes at G. Mascarello and the Monprivato vineyard for a long time, as have many others, and while I may not have come to a bullet proof answer, I believe my research and theories are certainly worth publishing. I can say with certainty, that I know of no other place that has all of this information collected in one location. Draw your own conclusions, and please feel free to share them too.
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Exploring The Classics of Piedmont
Early on in my journey to understanding wine, I realized that there was something about the Nebbiolo grape that captivated me. It was something about its purity, mixed with the multidimensional layers or fruit, florals and earth that would develop over time...
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Aglianico del Vulture Returns to Collisioni
Article, Photos and Tasting Notes: Eric Guido When heading back to Collisioni this year, the number one question on my mind was if I would have a chance to conduct a focused tasting of Aglianico del Vulture. To the average consumer, this may not seem like t...
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1990 Barolo & Barbaresco Retrospective
The Prelude to The Modern Vintage Six years ago, a group of friends and collectors–myself included–assembled a 1990 Barolo retrospective tasting. I honestly didn’t know what to expect at the time because, only six years ago, the average Barolo collector loo...
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The Queen to Piedmont's King; Time To Talk Barbaresco
I often talk about Barolo, and I am quick to add in a Barbaresco note or bottle to a tasting whenever I see fit. However, what you will hardly ever see in these pages is a tasting centered around Barbaresco. The reason for this, much like the reason why Bar...
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Was It Worth All The Hype? 2013 Barolo
For the last two weeks NYC has been honored to host the who’s who of Piedmont for Antonio Galloni’s La Festa del Barolo, and with many of these producers came my first taste of 2013 Barolo from bottle. Let me just say that the hype is officially warranted. ...
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The Magic of Bruno Giacosa
The Magic of Bruno Giacosa
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Bruno Giacosa Barolo & Barbaresco 1961 - 2008: The Tasting of a Lifetime
In comparison to many of the collectors I know, my experience with Barolo is relatively short. It was only eleven years ago that I was pulled into the world of Nebbiolo. I was warned by others that it could happen, that I might be entering into a hobby that...
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