Why I Buy Wine at Costco (and you should too!)

Why I Buy Wine at Costco (and you should too!)

June 23, 2017

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Napa's (not so) Little Brother, Sonoma

Napa's (not so) Little Brother, Sonoma

January 16, 2017 2 Comments

You may think of Sonoma County as Napa’s lesser-known but very well-reputed “little brother.”

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Where is this mythical "Diamond Mountain?"

Where is this mythical "Diamond Mountain?"

December 24, 2016 1 Comment

As consumers, knowing the AVA a wine hails from can help us have an idea of what qualities a wine may possess, even if we haven’t actually tried the wine before. 

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Where Does Our Wine Come From?

Where Does Our Wine Come From?

November 01, 2016 1 Comment

About 18 months after making our first vintage of wine, we were approached by a friend who works for a high-end winery with some excess Cabernet to sell.  This was some amazing wine, and we had the opportunity to buy it at a great price. 

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Love Pizza...a Sunday Night Tradition

Love Pizza...a Sunday Night Tradition

October 08, 2016

We already know: put the word “homemade” in front of anything, and people think difficult.

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Keep Calm, and Wine-On

Keep Calm, and Wine-On

September 15, 2016 1 Comment

People want advice on how to choose a good bottle of wine. Well, here we go: the can is open and the worms are everywhere.

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A Fine Wine for a Tuesday

A Fine Wine for a Tuesday

September 02, 2016

Claudine Wines are something you will be proud to open for your wine friends and something you can still afford to open for yourself…on a Tuesday…with leftovers…

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Is a $100 bottle of wine really that much better than a $20 bottle?

Is a $100 bottle of wine really that much better than a $20 bottle?

August 17, 2016

Ultimately, a bottle of wine is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it.

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The Sun Rises

The Sun Rises

July 09, 2016

Claudine Wines is the culmination of our collective experiences, trial and error, and desire to be a part of the world that still seems surreal almost a decade later.

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