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  • August 26th, 2014

    Meet Loveblock - A wine by any other name

    The couple behind Kim Crawford Wines can't use their eponymous brand name to promote their new wine. Here's why - and what they're doing to market it instead. By Alicia Androich - Marketingmag.ca

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  • August 25th, 2014

    Wine-Searcher.com interviews Piero Incisa della Rocchetta of Bodega Chacra

    © Bodega Chacra | "If the worst thing that can happen to you is a titanium leg, that's not too bad" Source: Wine-Searcher.com Interview by Katherine Cole Posted Monday, 25-Aug-2014   The grandson of Sassicaia's creator was born in Tuscany and today makes Pinot Noir in Patagonia while also representing the family's wines. Where is "home" for you? The first part of my childhood was in Bolgheri, in the Maremma, Tuscany, and then I spent some time in Florence where my mother's family comes from. And then I went away to boarding school in Switzerland. I have lived a little bit like a gypsy over past 15 years. My mother used to say that...

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  • August 22nd, 2014

    The cru chief of Alsace: Zind Humbrecht

    August 5 by Michael Godel  Le Clos Windsbuhl de Hunawihr | Were Olivier Humbrecht, MW a Rock ‘N Roll star, he would be the guy, the man, the boss, the one everyone wants to hang around. He'd be invited to every benefit concert, like No Nukes at MSG, Live Aid, Live 8 and a Tribute to Heroes. He would sing the biggest parts on the raise awareness and relief funds records like We are the World. He would headline every star-studded gathering to celebrate an influential musician's career, like that of George Harrison, Roy Orbison, Chuck Berry and Bob Dylan. Olivier Humbrecht is a winemaker. He's also smart, France's first Master of...

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  • August 22nd, 2014

    Catena Malbec scores 90 points and receives "Smart Buy" mention from Wine Spectator!

    90 points - “An intense red, with concentrated flavors of dark plum, kirsch, dried beef and baker's chocolate that are flanked by notes of tobacco leaf and ginger. The powerful finish is filled with sanguine details.”

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  • July 21st, 2014

    Sun Media reviews California Square Wines!

    Sun Media reviews California Square Wines!

    "Winery Truett-Hurst serves its wines squared" BY CHRISTOPHER WATERS , QMI AGENCY California winery Truett-Hurst says it's squaring off against the conventional wine bottle. Its California Square portfolio comes in a custom designed square bottle with vintage-style graphics, fonts and embossing. The shape certainly stands out on the liquor stores' shelves, but that might not be a good thing in an industry that often markets pedigree and tradition. It'll be a challenge to see if consumers are open to buying wine in a bottle that's associated more with spirits or vinegar. The latter is a connection that no winemaker would want. Leading kosher...

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