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Michigan Wine

wines from Michigan

Michigan wine country is bigger and better than you might’ve thought (or maybe that was just me!?). Yes, that Michigan, the nation’s automotive capitol and home to “Motor City”. Being from Arizona, many people from other parts of the country can’t believe we have some amazing, quality wine coming from

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Claypool Cellars

“I’ve got my pride, I drink my wine. I’d drink only the finest except I haven’t earned a dime in several months… or were it years?” ~Aloysius Devadander Abercrombie (that’s long for Mud).

If you grew up in the late 80’s/early 90’s, listened to the radio or watched music videos,

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Pech Merle

Pech Merle (“pesh-mael”) translates to “cave under the hill” in Occitan. It’s also the name of a great boutique, family-owned and ran winery in Geyserville, California. If you visit their tasting room you might get to sit on a ski chair lift, chat with the owners, or meet a winery

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Breaking Bread Pet Nat

What an interesting time this is… as I’m sipping on and writing about Breaking Bread’s awesome Pet Nat, the entire world seems to be closing due to COVID-19. While Italian’s are on lockdown, they’re singing to each other from their balconies in Rome. Over in California, Santa Clarita Valley’s Sheriff

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