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Pyrazines: A double-edged sword

April 17, 2017

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Pyrazines—too much of a good thing and they’re a fault; absent in varieties like Sauvignon Blanc and they leave something to be desired. In relation to bitterness, pyrazines can be the source of a flaw or fault, but that’s just one of many ways they can impact wine flavor. Ask any maker of Bordeaux varieties, […]

Bronco’s Bright Green Future

June 10, 2016

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A focus on sustainability drives progress as Bronco Wine Company hits a 1 billion bottle milestone.

Journey to the west

April 25, 2015

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San Francisco has long been a destination for travelers. Some, like Miljenko “Mike” Grgich, arrive and spend a lifetime realizing their dreams, while others cross the globe for the purpose of sharing their dreams. Croatian-born Mike Ggrich made his way west in 1958 and set the wheels of his destiny in motion when he began […]

An Oakville Retrospective: A Look at 19 Vintages of Groth Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve

April 14, 2015

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  For the maker, wine requires patience; it seems to mark time at a different pace than much of the world around it. Imagine a chef who had 30 tries in as many years to master a recipe or a musician who plays one performance a year for three decades to master a symphony. For the […]