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Carmenere is a grape that died out in France and has most recently come to prominence as Chile’s go-to red wine grape. I have yet to have a bad Carmenere from Chile; they are cheap and reliable. Flavor-wise, I would say that they are a little earthy, a little smoky, and have a bit of [More]

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Rehab: Soave

Except for Chablis, no wine’s good name has been besmirched more by big jugs (hee hee) than Soave. Inama’s basic Soave Classico is a great, distinct white that would be great with, uh, a glass. I don’t really want to say it tastes like blah blah blah. Just drink it. They also make great reds; [More]

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