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Review: 2011 Stags’ Leap Viognier

By Duane Pemberton Winery website: http://stagsleap.com While California has never been really known for “killer Viognier” there  are a few producers in that state which seem to do a pretty good job with it. This 2011 Stags’ Leap does a good job of combing fruit, acid and some minerality. Technical Data:  Vineyard sources: Oak Knoll and […]

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2011 Cass Viognier – Review

By Duane Pemberton Winery website: www.casswines.com No question about it, Paso Robles is an exciting area to watch grow and taste wines from. Located just north of San Luis Obispo, this AVA is known for its stellar Zinfandel, but also does a good job with some of the Bordeaux Varietals as well as some Rhone whites – […]

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2011 Pepi Chenin Blanc-Viognier – Review

By Duane Pemberton Winery website: http://www.pepi.com This is a  good little value-play coming to us out of California that presents itself as a fun, unpretentious wine which can double either as a great patio-wine or even carry certain seafood and Asian-inspired dishes. Technical Data: Composition:  66% Chenin Blanc / 34% Viognier Regions: Clarksburg and Central Valley Alcohol: […]

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Due Vigne Wines

Due Vinge Winery, like so many others, started out with a dream and passion for producing top-shelf wines that reflect the regions in which the grapes are sourced from. Founded by Ken and Anne Musso a number of years ago, we now see Ken pretty much running the show. His longing for this winery has […]

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