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[A Long Pour {Fifty-Two Weeks With California Wine}] A Long Pour {Fifty-Two Weeks With California Wine} » Blog Archive ...: Rita Hills,  Santa Ynez in the middle of the valley, and Santa Maria in the north (a triangle), we should be able to develop a good idea of what is going on in the region as a whole and in these more particular regions. It will not be perfect, or overly scientific, but it will serve as a record of the 2011 vintage, which I am excited about.

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[STEVE HEIMOFF| WINE BLOG] Truth, lies and alcohol in California wine | STEVE HEIMOFF| WINE BLOG: So when Jordan writes “…drinking a wine with a high level of alcohol…gets in the way of my enjoyment,” he’s putting down an entire class of California wines that have enjoyed the support of, not only consumers, but a majority of the world’s wine critics. It may be true that some people such as Rajat Parr (whom Jordan references, and also explains is his coauthor for Secrets of the Sommeliers) also bash high alcohol wines, but to cite Parr in such matters, as opposed to, say, Parker, is simply to bring a friendly but prejudiced witness to the stand to testify in your behalf.

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