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Kyle Schlachter
Worked at Colorado Wine Industry Development Board
Attended University of Denver
Lives in Littleton, CO
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Beatrice's Blushes: Bodegas Ameztoi Rubentis
Being uncomfortable is an unavoidable part of life, but it still sucks. Watching someone be in the most discomfort they've ever encountered isn't fun. You and I know that getting shots at the doctor's office isn't the worse thing in the world, but to a 10-w...
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Beatrice's Blushes: Garbó Rosat
We had a mini-milestone this week on the baby front. Beatrice laughed for the first time! She has been smiling for awhile now, but she combined that with a chuckle the other day. A few funny faces and odd noises from mom and dad were just to much for her to...
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Beatrice's Blushes: Josef Weger Lagrein Rosato
Well, Beatrice reached the two month milestone last week! She's been smiling for a few weeks now and seeing her toothless grins is still one of the best things in the world. I was FaceTiming with my father other day while taking a walk with (a fussy) Beatri...
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The Greatest Wine Sale Almost No One Knows About...
For a small group of wine lovers January 27 is a special holiday known as BerserkerDay . Each year, on this hallow day, wineries, retailers, and other peddlers of the wine industry are invited to offer berserk (adjective: out of control with excitement; wil...
For a small group of wine lovers January 27 is a special holiday known as BerserkerDay. Each year, on this hallow day, wineries, retailers, and other peddlers of the wine industry are invited to offer berserk (adjective: out of control with excitement; wild or frenzied) deals on their products.
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Wednesday's Wines: Forlorn Hope Nodosaur
There is a lot more to California wine than just Napa and Sonoma. Places like Lodi, Santa Cruz Mountains, Paso Robles and Santa Barbara tend to take a back seat to their more prestigious North Coast brethren, but often proved a greater variety and value whe...
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Wednesday's Wines: Matthiasson Red Wine and Cabot Klamath Cuvee
A few weeks ago, I wrote about red blends as a growing wine category. I personally find blends often make more complete and complex wines than varietal wines. Aroma, flavor or texture characteristics that may be missing from a single variety can be filled b...
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Wednesday's Wines: Creekside Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon
This past weekend a new Colorado wine event was born: Winter Wine Fest . The event was brought about by the  Two Parts  (formerly Imbibe) event planners and Grand Junction Visitors and Convention Bureau to provide Denver with a Colorado-themed wine event. T...
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Wednesday's Wines: Scherrer Winery
One of my favorite things about the French wine industry is the use of controlled designations of origin. Not only does the AOP/AOC system guarantee the source of the grapes, but also the grape cultivars themselves. When you buy a bottle of Gevrey Chamberti...
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Wednesday's Wines: Rutini Sauvignon Blanc
Sauvignon blanc is a grape cultivar that seems to be a somewhat forgotten behind Chardonnay and Riesling. Both of those cultivars have faithful followers, as well as vocal detractors. Sauvignon blanc doesn't really reach either end of that spectrum. When it...
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Beatrice's Blushes: Snowy Peaks Winery Cinsault Rosé
It is interesting how certain wines remind you of other totally unrelated wines previously consumed. The same can be said of people. Sometimes these similarities can be good things or not so good. I notice things about Beatrice that I remember happening wit...
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Beatrice's Blushes: Clos Cibonne Cuvée Tradition Rosé
Last month, a thread over on Wineberserkers.com about restaurant regulations people would like to see drifted into a somewhat contentious discussion revolving around banning children from restaurants. Yes, I understand crying children can be annoying to oth...
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Beatrice's Blushes: Frisk Prickly Grenache
Beatrice is six weeks old today! She now looks more like a baby than a newborn. In fact, she's starting to outgrow some of the newborn clothes and fit into her 0-3 month outfits. Before we know it she'll be mobile and getting into trouble. I hope big brothe...
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    2003
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