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Ayres Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2022 The forecast for the next handful of days is giving us a beautiful tease of Spring!!! After months and months of much needed rain it's time to think about dusting off the good old Weber…Green Egg…Traeger…Ooni, or whatever you may have. Let’s get outdoors and have some fun! Now that your mind has escaped to sunshine and pure Spring bliss…what better to accentuate a taste of spring than with bright, crunchy clusters of Willamette Valley Pinot Noir! This Pinot Noir won’t break the bank (~$25) and doesn’t shy away from delivering exceptionally fresh fruit that is firmly rooted in its unique terroir. Not to mention, the screw cap allows for incredible flexibility and ease for any occasion...

Wine  #2 

Domaine Allimant-Laugner Cremant d'Alsace Rose This isn’t a new wine or a new category, but it is a particularly compelling example within the crémant category…those wonderful sparkling wines from France that are not made in Champagne region. In this instance, we are looking within Alsace (see the quite large photos) at family winery headed by 11th generation vigneron Hubert Laugner. It’s fair to assume that after eleven generations of winegrowing/making they’ve figured a few things out. While I first witnessed this wine in 2008 I still find myself captivated by the persistent freshness and steadfast value (~$20!!) View the full article here

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Tenuta Montemagno...

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