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Time to drink…

  • Great list of wine blogs in the WSJ:
  • If you are into wine, also check out Hal’s podcast over at Porthos. The latest reveals the secrets of Silver Oak – “The Silver Oak ownership team of Tim and David Duncan reveal their “secret to success” crafting the #1 Collector Cabernet in America and the highly rated Silver Oak “Twomey” Merlot rated #1 by Robert Parker last year. Listen now to discover intriguing information about the history of Silver Oak, the inspiration for Twomey, and a few surprising revelations about the lengths some thirsty Silver Oak fans will go to acquire this renowned wine.”
  • I also like Spitton, 101 Cookbooks, A Nice Cuppa, bainbridge on Wine, and Wine Spectator Online, of course…
  • Wait, there is more from James:

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  1. By Ed O’Meara on October 24th, 2006 at 10:41 am


    Just to add a great place of interest for those that enjoy wine – Mark Squires runs a great community over at You do not have to be a paying subscriber to participate. There are fantastic, deep, shallow, intelligent, fun, and sometimes wacky conversations, and both RP and winery owners participate… check it out

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