Random Musings

The Week in Zinfandel (6/29/20)

Welcome to the latest installment of The Week in Zinfandel. If I missed your post or story please send me a link and I will be sure to include it next week. Now And Zin Wine writes Great Zinfandel At Half the Price. Grape Collective writes Joel Peterson on Ravenswood’s Limbo, New Beginnings and Anniversary Bottles. Dan Berger writes The…

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The Week in Zinfandel (6/22/20)

Welcome to the latest installment of The Week in Zinfandel. If I missed your post or story please send me a link and I will be sure to include it next week. Ken’s Wine Guide reviews the 2017 Rubus Zinfandel Old Vines. Dallas Wine Chick writes Grilling, BBQ and Zins: Synonymous with Summer. Sean Sullivan and Paul Gregutt write Pinot…

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Buying more Italian Wine

I’ve been buying wine for almost 30 years now. For the most part I have no regrets about the current composition of the wine cellar. I am pretty sure though if I started this hobby again I would have bought more Italian wine. Don’t get me wrong. I’ve bought a lot of Italian wines over the years. Wines like Tignanello…

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The Week in Zinfandel (6/8/20)

Welcome to the latest installment of The Week in Zinfandel. If I missed your post or story please send me a link and I will be sure to include it next week. Randy Caparoso writes A History of Lodi Winegrowing, Part 6 — Lodi Begets Seven Nested AVAs. ZAP Wine Blog writes ZAP Grieves the Passing of Our Treasurer, Bruce…

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The Week in Zinfandel (6/1/20)

Welcome to the latest installment of The Week in Zinfandel. If I missed your post or story please send me a link and I will be sure to include it next week. Randy Caparoso writes A History of Lodi Winegrowing, Part 4 — Slow Transition from co-op to Independent Wineries. Zinfandel Chronicles writes Zinfandel of the Month – 2018 Seghesio…

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The Week in Zinfandel (5/25/20)

Welcome to the latest installment of The Week in Zinfandel. If I missed your post or story please send me a link and I will be sure to include it next week. Randy Caparoso writes A History of Lodi Winegrowing, part 3 — 1969, a Year of Big Changes. Matt Kettmann writes The California Iconoclasts Producing Approachable Yet Cellarable Wines.…

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The Week in Zinfandel (5/18/20)

Welcome to the latest installment of The Week in Zinfandel. If I missed your post or story please send me a link and I will be sure to include it next week. Randy Caparoso writes Thank God for Sister Sera’s Meatballs and the Zesty Uncomplicated Reds we Love to Drink with them. Thomas Pellechia writes The Oldest California Wine Region…

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The Week in Zinfandel (5/11/20)

Welcome to the latest installment of The Week in Zinfandel. If I missed your post or story please send me a link and I will be sure to include it next week. Randy Caparoso writes A History of Lodi Winegrowing, part 1- Before there was a Lodi. Ken’s Wine Guide reviews the 2017 V Sattui Zinfandel Amador Ridge Vineyard. Loren…

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The Week in Zinfandel (5/4/20)

Welcome to the latest installment of The Week in Zinfandel. If I missed your post or story please send me a link and I will be sure to include it next week. Randy Caparoso writes Quarantining 49er Style with Beans, Barbecue and Zinfandel. Stephen Brook writes Wine Legend: Martinelli, Jackass Hill Zinfandel 1994. ZAP Wine Blog writes Limerick Lane Winery…

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The Week in Zinfandel (4/27/20)

Welcome to the latest installment of The Week in Zinfandel. If I missed your post or story please send me a link and I will be sure to include it next week. Matt Kettmann writes Can California Zinfandel Get Its Groove Back? Randy Caparoso writes Perfect Time To Try Your Own Hollandaise with Aspargus, Beef and Claret Style Lodi Reds.…

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