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Dave McIntyre
Wine Columnist for The Washington Post and blogger
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Dave McIntyre Oct 19
Thanks, Jason!
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Dave McIntyre Oct 14
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Tosh Giles Oct 13
Here's the correct way to write about the & impact on wine industry: Take note,
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Dave McIntyre Oct 10
Toasting Napa and Sonoma - and their dreams.
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Dave McIntyre Oct 9
Stay strong, Napa and Sonoma!
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Dave McIntyre Oct 8
Defining terroir with technology
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Dave McIntyre Sep 26
Replying to @caitlindewey
I'm still craving empanadas!
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Dave McIntyre Sep 22
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Dave McIntyre Sep 22
1st time I've been in a tweet with !
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Dave McIntyre Sep 21
"Relative value" may be a problem at these prices.
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Dave McIntyre Sep 21
2/2 Estate shows control and care by the winemakers. Not necessarily a sign of quality.
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Dave McIntyre Sep 21
Estate is implrtant but not definitive. A good winemaker will find great grape sources. 1/2
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Dave McIntyre Sep 21
Wind Swept Hill red - nice fruit, lean. Bacon, smoky. Green tea, black olive. Tart finish, a VA signature.
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Dave McIntyre Sep 21
Grenache blanc is the new catnip in CA. It makes nice wines, so please keep experimenting!
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Dave McIntyre Sep 21
I heard mention of grenache blanc? Please tell more ... :-)
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Dave McIntyre Sep 21
"Grandma's bathroom"! LOL!
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Dave McIntyre Sep 21
- Q: Oak treatment? Lees aging, stirring?
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Dave McIntyre Sep 21
I know several somms who hate Viognier. Not sure why. I like the honeysuckle, apricot & mango.
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Dave McIntyre Sep 21
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