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Reading Time:[est_time] In November, as part of our Uncorking the Caucasus book launch and promotion, we had a signing session along with a wine tasting class at 8000 Vintages in Tbilisi, Georgia. 8000 Vintages is located just about a 10-minute ride from the popular tourist zone in

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Reading Time: [est_time] For a listing of articles and videos on Georgian wine and other wines from the Caucasus region, check out our page Uncorking the Caucasus. To purchase the Kindle or paperback copy of the book Uncorking the Caucasus: Wines from Turkey, Armenia, and Georgia, please head

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Reading Time:[est_time] Hello, thirsty readers. It's the time of the year again. Round-up, conclusion, evaluation, assessment, goal setting

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Reading Time: [est_time] Sarah Abbott is a Master of Wine who comes from a food-loving family. After working in the IT software industry for several years, she decided to change her career trajectory and immerse in wine in 1996. Her first foray into wine was as

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Reading Time: [est_time] Croatia has a long history of wine production and is currently producing over 100 million liters every year. The Croatians are among the leading consumers of wine, drinking on average 44.2-litre of wine per person annually. Croatian Pinot Noir In Croatia, varietal wines made from

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Reading Time: [est_time] Bozcaada is a tiny Aegean island off the coast of Turkey. It used to belong to Greece and was known as Tenedos. Tenedos is reputed to be the hiding place for the Greek ships in the famous battle for Troy, which happened on

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This article was originally written for Jancis Robinson and was published on "The Purple Pages" here. This version of the article has been expanded with additional tasting notes and background stories.  Reading Time: [est_time] We are huge fans of Piemonte wines, especially after our two-week trip through the region

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Reading Time: [est_time] Based in New York City, Cliff Rames is a freelance writer and sommelier. We first heard about him in an episode of Wine Library TV many years ago. Between 2016 and 2017, we spent eight months traveling through Croatia and tasted thousands of

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Reading Time: [est_time] While the history of winemaking in Armenia dates back to ancient time, its modern wine industry is still in its infancy stage. As of now, the two head honchos are the critically acclaimed  Zorah Winery and the goliath-sized Karas Winery, which has Michel Rolland as

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Reading Time: [est_time] Macedonia, the country, is not the same as the Macedonia region in Northern Greece. This independent country has a long history of winemaking dating back to the 13th century BC. It sits in a magical area for viticulture. The country’s location is at

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