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Talkin’ Bout My Generation

Talkin’ Bout My Generation 1

News 🕔February 29, 2016

The millennials are drinking all the wine! Ok, not really. But they did buy 160 million cases of it last year. Turns out there’s a bit of a generation gap when it comes to wine.The Wine Market Council recently released

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What’s Cooking?

What’s Cooking? 0

Uncategorized 🕔February 28, 2016

Answering the age-old question… What do I do with all this leftover wine? We know, we know… What the heck is leftover wine?! But you see, shockingly there are people who do not finish the bottle (or bottles) of wine

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WINE WORKOUT

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Laurita Winery , News 🕔February 24, 2016

Just in case you needed another reason to drink wine or work out– Wait a minute. What are we talking about? Who needs another reason to drink wine? Ok… Just in case you needed another reason to work out, now

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Napa Valley Legend Peter Mondavi Sr Dies At 101

Napa Valley Legend Peter Mondavi Sr Dies At 101 0

News 🕔February 24, 2016

“They are not long, the days of wine and roses. Out of a misty dream, our path emerges for a while, then closes, within a dream.”      Ernest Dowson, The Poems and Prose of Ernest Dowson   The wine world is

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Girl Scout Cookies… and WINE!

Girl Scout Cookies… and WINE! 1

Laurita Journal , Laurita Winery , News 🕔February 22, 2016

Perfect Pairings for your Cookie Cravings! It’s that time of year again! No, not the Super Bowl. That’s old news. We’re talking about something important, something life-changing, something we dream about through long months of deprivation, until it’s finally time

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Learn to Love Wine!

Learn to Love Wine! 0

Laurita Journal , Laurita Winery , News 🕔February 5, 2016

Learn to love wine Wine has too often been considered a luxury item. In the past, sommeliers and cork-sniffing customers, with their seemingly foreign language and ways, have been portrayed as pretentious, classist, and (dare we say it…?) snooty. A

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