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Lorenzo Muslija
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“Either give me more wine or leave me alone.”
“Either give me more wine or leave me alone.”

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As you all know already I am a wine snob, and I like it. I have tried wines from every corner of the world, now that I think, that can be the reason why I became a snob, should stopped with just some regions that surround my home. A tip to everyone: “In…

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A beautiful white wine done as her twin Italian sister Fiano d’Avelino with a tropical bouquet and nuances of caramel sauce drizzled over a tart tatin. The golden wine from Fair Play California has an amazing complexity in the palate where chopped wood…

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Opened in November of 2010, Andis Wines brings a modern and fresh approach to Amador County’s winemaking region. Our focus: seeking out the best vineyards in the Sierra Foothills to craft delicious wines with balance, character, complexity and varietal…

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The Daily Meal has recently published on their website the list of 101 Best Wineries in America for the 2016. …Continue reading →

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Sometimes cheap is expensive, easy is very hard and simple is too complicated. What I just said sound like a theory of Pythagoras or Einstein math. By the way have you ever noticed that calling Einstein in vain is offensive.  For example while you are…

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Yes is DRC,  one of the most expensive wine in the world,  but I don’t know if is the best of it.  Spending 20k or more for a bottle sounds a little too ridiculous.   Romanée-Conti vineyard is one of the top Premier Cru in Burgundy together with La Tache.…

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Hi wine lover friends, Probably most of you have read this article on vinepair, but I would like to share it here for those who did not. A study done on drinking, hope that they weren’t drunk while they released the results. :-), tells us that “Drunk Wife…

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Two thousand five has never been a vintage of obvious across the board greatness in Barolo as it was in both Burgundy and Bordeaux, its two closest global peers. The weather was much more challenging, which, among other things, made the wines hard to read…

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Not long ago, the fun-loving website Thrillist asked a bunch of wine authorities to recommend the country’s best wine regions to visit. The resulting rundown was enthusiastic and thoughtful, and prompted me to come up with my own suggestions in hopes they…
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