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WINE SAVVY: The Noble Grapes

David’s article as prepared for the Duluth News Tribune for the article which ran on 2/18/2015: There are seven noble grapes. Three whites: sauvignon blanc, chardonnay and riesling and four reds: pinot noir, cabernet sauvignon, merlot and syrah. A noble grape is a grape variety that expresses it’s regionality in a specific characteristic fashion. For example, a … Continue reading »

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WINE SAVVY: Pairing wines with Thanksgiving

David’s article as prepared for the Duluth News Tribune for the article which ran on 11/26/2014: Thanksgiving dinner preparation usually falls into one of two categories: 1. you make all the food and invite all the people and are in charge of everything (you might have helpers but you are the boss; the French word … Continue reading »

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WINE SAVVY: Learn the Varietal of Pinot Noir

David’s article as prepared for the Duluth News Tribune for the article which ran on 10/15/2014: I like to drink wines seasonally. This means that I am often more keen to drink lighter white wines during the warm months and in the cooler months my preferences turn toward deep red wines. A perfect wine for … Continue reading »

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