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Nothing is more of a mission for me than educating people about wine and wine regions. Wine begins in the vineyard. This blog is dedicated to great vineyards and the wines that come from them. Recipes included!

Owner: jchambliss

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Language: English

Tags: recipes with wine pairing, vineyard travel, wine reviews, vineyard decor, food

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    on Aug 1, 2010
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