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Food & Wine Thursdays: Tempranillo, the Other Noble Grape

The term “international varietal” is batted around quite a bit in the wine world. It’s used both favorably to describe grapes whose combination of hardiness, quality and market-friendliness has given them  cosmopolitan reach, being planted in virtually every wine growing … Continue reading

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