VintageTexas Sunday Cyclopedia of Wine: Clairette, Clairet, Claret & Clarete

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VintageTexas Sunday Cyclopedia of Wine: Botrytis Cinerea – Could a rot by any other name, be so sweet?

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VintageTexas Sunday Cyclopedia of Wine: Acidity

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Top Ten VintageTexas Blogs of 2011 (and Two More)

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Best of VintageTexas – Top Ten Blog Posts in September 2011

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VintageTexas Sunday ‘Cyclopedia of Wine: Canadian Ice Wine

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VintageTexas Sunday Cyclopedia of Wine: Trebbiano of Texas

VintageTexas Sunday Cyclopedia of Wine: Trebbiano of Texas The Trebbiano is a widely known wine grape varietal, but tends to

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VintageTexas Sunday ‘Cyclopedia of Wine: CapRock Sweet Tempranillo – An Old Technique with a Texas Twist

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VintageTexas Sunday ‘Cyclopedia of Wine: What is and isn’t in the word “Petit”

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VintageTexas Sunday “Cyclopedia of Wine: Cold Soak or Extended Maceration

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Top Ten VintageTexas Blog Posts for 2011 (So Far)

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Sunday ‘Cyclopedia of Wine: Rosé Wines

Sunday ‘Cyclopedia of Wine: Rosé Wines Rosé is simply the French word for “pink” which through the years has been

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VintageTexas Sunday ‘Cyclopedia of Wine: Bud Break in Texas Wine Country

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VintageTexas Sunday ‘Cyclopedia of Wine: Trellising and Grapevine Canopy Management

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VintageTexas Sunday ‘Cyclopedia of Wine: Appellation of Origin/American Viticultural Area

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