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Situated in a plain, reddish-brown building on the edge of Dundee, Oregon on the way out of town, +Dobbes Family Estate's tasting room is actually a powerhouse of production. They're one of the largest producers in the state, but you wouldn't know it on first glance at the understated, deceptively large building. Not that it matters, as long as the wine is good. That turned out to be the case, in unexpected ways. 
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Transparency is a buzzword that has a few wine industry leaders twittering. One California winemaker is trying to change that:
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The wines at +Wunderrosa Winery are actually crafted by Ed Swanson, the famous vintner and grape breeder, and proprietor of +Cuthills Vineyards. In light of this, it was no surprise that WudnerRosa's wines were indeed so very good. We hope to return to try more of their reds when there is a larger selection and encourage you to pay them a visit as well. And if you swing by, be sure to give Max a little pat on the head or a belly rub. It's hard work being a winery dog you know!
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It happened again. The third time in as many months. A well intentioned, yet misinformed tasting room staff member compared Virginia’s climate to the climate of another, more notable region in a mi...
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Situated in a plain, reddish-brown building on the edge of Dundee, Oregon on the way out of town, +Dobbes Family Estate's tasting room is actually a powerhouse of production. They're one of the largest producers in the state, but you wouldn't know it on first glance at the understated, deceptively large building. Not that it matters, as long as the wine is good. That turned out to be the case, in unexpected ways. 
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Nice article about the wonderful wines being produced in Southern Oregon.  
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The wines at +Wunderrosa Winery are actually crafted by Ed Swanson, the famous vintner and grape breeder, and proprietor of +Cuthills Vineyards. In light of this, it was no surprise that WudnerRosa's wines were indeed so very good. We hope to return to try more of their reds when there is a larger selection and encourage you to pay them a visit as well. And if you swing by, be sure to give Max a little pat on the head or a belly rub. It's hard work being a winery dog you know!
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Drop the crutch....Virginia is Virginia!
It happened again. The third time in as many months. A well intentioned, yet misinformed tasting room staff member compared Virginia’s climate to the climate of another, more notable region in a mi...
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On a recent trip to the San Diego area one of the items on our "must do" list was a revisit to our beloved +Cordiano Winery in California's San Pasqual Valley. With a beautiful, cloudless southern sky above us and the winding road before us, we headed east from Rancho Bernardo into the hills of the San Pasqual Valley with the idea of visiting Cordiano as well as at least one new winery in this rapidly expanding wine region. As luck would have it, we returned home with another gem on our "must do" list for our next visit to the area.  ~+Sally Hanssen 
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