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Are Americans’ Tastes Changing?

February 22, 2012 by Matt Kramer – Wine Business Daily News Big coffee roasters and a small bunch of California winemakers think it is Did you happen to notice the announcements a few weeks ago about how Starbucks and Peet’s are now offering lighter-roast coffees? This was no small thing, and I confess that it […] learn more >>

Trial by Pinot

November 11, 2011 by Jancis Robinson My two favorite wines from the tasting were German. Does this mean that German Pinot Noir is better than red burgundy? What a lot of fun I had the week before last. Much of Thursday afternoon was spent blind tasting 2009 Clos Vougeots from 57 different producers; while Friday […] learn more >>

Breakthrough for German Pinot Noir

31st October, 2011 by Gabriel Savage Germany scooped seven of the top 10 spots in an International Pinot Noir blind tasting held last week in London, but it was Oregon which took the top spot. The Antica Terra 2009 Pinot Noir was awarded first place, a wine produced on 40 acres in the Eola-Amity Hills […] learn more >>