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Pairing Wine With Bacon!

Pairing Wine With Bacon! 0

blog , Laurita Winery , wine advice , wine pairing 🕔March 31, 2018

Ohhhh, boy! Just in time for Laurita BaconFest 2018!! We’ve shared pairing tips before, but this time we’ve got the most important wine pairing advice you’re ever going to read… Pairing wine with BACON! Wine Enthusiast agrees with us. (Of

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2,000 Year Old Wine Discovered!

2,000 Year Old Wine Discovered! 0

blog , Laurita Winery , News , wine news , Wine Science , Wine Weirdness 🕔March 24, 2018

Do you remember the old commercials…? “We will sell no wine before its time.” Some of you are no doubt too young… and some of you are cursing us right now for making you feel old. (Don’t feel too bad.

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Make Your Wine Taste Better Instantly!

Make Your Wine Taste Better Instantly! 0

blog , Laurita Winery , wine advice , Wine Science 🕔March 19, 2018

It happens. Every once in awhile, no matter how carefully you choose, you’ll stumble across a wine that’s… well… less than inspiring. We’ve shared tricks and hacks before to help you improve bad wine. And now, via Fox News, a

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Broadway at Laurita! The Music Man on April 8 at the Winery

Broadway at Laurita! The Music Man on April 8 at the Winery 0

blog , Laurita Winery , News , Winery Events 🕔March 18, 2018

Who would miss a delightful afternoon of wine, wit, and memorable tunes from The Music Man? Drink, eat, and laugh as you savor the humor and musicality of the Greater South Jersey Chorus at their gala fundraiser, Vino Forte! The

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Lemberger: Wine of the Month, March 2018!

Lemberger: Wine of the Month, March 2018! 0

blog , Laurita Winery , Wine of the Month 🕔March 3, 2018

WINE OF THE MONTH: LEMBERGER Lemberger is a traditional red grape of Austria where it is known as Blaufrankisch. It is a gentle, medium-bodied, easy to drink red wine. The nose tends toward cherries and berries, with strong supporting aromas

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