Pop! Goes the tweet

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The other day, I was sitting at home after a typically whacky day at work, trying to decompress, when the nice UPS driver popped by.  After I got over my shock and amazement at the fact i was actually HOME at the time, since this is against UPS edict in my world, I was pleasantly – read full article –

Jumping off a Clif

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See that little logo to the right?  Notice the CLIF name and image?  That’s right, those crazy people that essentially created the energy bar are back and they are in bottle!  I was so excited when I recieved these wines, because several blogger friends had already had the opportunity to sample them and were raving. – read full article –

And now, for something completely serious.

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Recently, I was invited to take part in a very important and prestigious wine judging event.  Fortunately, my trusty sidekick was availablet o capture this moment on video! We all know about the Judgement at Paris.  But have you heard about the Judgement on Silverado Trail?  A few weeks ago, we sat, we tasted, and we judged. – read full article –

D is for Dry!

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  Ok so Dry Creek is a region, but I wanted to be sure that everyone knew about passport.  Technically, it’s also a wine, so I’ll also tell you about Dry Lands Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand. First, the Passport to Dry Creek is coming up in April.  46 wineries open their doors wide, and showcase their – read full article –

Make-A-Wish

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This really is an event that I can get my heart behind. Make a wish grants wishes to critically ill children, and this charity wine tasting and dinner promises to be a fantastic evening. I am blessed for my (mostly) good health, and for those that are not – please consider donating to help this – read full article –

C a golden ray of sun!

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C is for Cellar Rat, Craggy Range and Cobb.  All pinots, and all very different.  I’ve reviewed the Cellar Rat before, but every time I open a bottle I like it more.  On this night, I was at my friend Amy’s house, who was serving pork butt, and what goes better with pork than pinot? – read full article –