The tour buses have disappeared from the Langhe’s narrow, twisting
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Fifty years ago this year, David Lett, of Eyrie Vineyards, noticing the Willamette Valley's similarity to France's Burgundy region, planted the first Pinot Noir
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There's an old saying in the wine business: It takes a lot of beer to make great wine. The adage is especially appropriate this