Dry Comal Creek Winery and the San Antonio Road Runners Labor Day Whine Run

On Labor Day (1st Monday in September) in the US, a unique wine event takes place.  This is a cooperation between a High end subdivision’s Home owners association, a Real-estate Developer and Winery and a Running club.  The San Antonio Road Runners Labor Day Whine Run.  This 5 mile race through the Vintage Oaks subdivision

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Intipalka Malbec – Unique Complex Flavors

This Malbec is different. It is produced at vineyards located in the desert coast of Peru along the right margin of Cañete River, 3.5 km from the coastline. Sandy loan soils, alluvial subsoil with gravel and boulder. Desert, seashore weather with sunny summers tempered by the proximity of the sea. Sea breeze provides mineral notes

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Pinot Noir 2013

This Pinot Noir comes from a vineyard planted from 3 Dijon clones.  These clones have created a flavor profile of well-balanced acidity bringing out complex flavors. The bouquet of lavender and wild strawberry blossoms are pleasant and give an indication that the fruit will dominate the palate.  On the palate the wild strawberries, raspberries are

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The Geographic Pedigree of American Wine – American Viticultural Areas

Lately in a number of wine publications I have seen the AVA talked about and discussed at great length. What I was reading talked about how one area produced one kind of grape, or how this are produced a more acidic grape. As I have a background in geography this discussion got me curious, so

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