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Entries by Richard Jennings from 02/2013

Australian Wine: Rebooting a Brand

| Posted 02.07.2013 | Huffington Post

It may take several years to turn around Australia's reputation as being a source mainly of cheap and simple "critter" wines, but greater exposure should definitely help the country regain its reputation for producing high quality wines.

Il Caberlot: A Love Story

| Posted 02.13.2013 | Taste

In the week we celebrate Valentine's Day it seems only fitting for a wine blog to acknowledge that the key ingredient in many of the world's most extraordinary wines is love.

Southern German Food And Wine Delights

| Posted 02.20.2013 | Taste

Contrary to the traditional picture of German food and wine in America as revolving around heavy, meat and starch laden dishes accompanied by off-dry and sweet wines, what we experienced on this trip was truly gourmet food with a light touch, featuring seasonal and locally grown meats, vegetables and fruits.

California Chardonnay Entering Its Golden Age?

| Posted 02.27.2013 | Taste

California certainly has a long history with the variety, and there are numerous older vineyards, going back to the 1970s, that are hitting their stride as sources for lower yielding, more complex grapes.