Monthly Archives: June 2010

A Prayer For Tempranillo – Part 3

These are my closing thoughts to the wine writer. “A Prayer For Tempranillo” could really apply to any wine grape. It’s disconcerting that syrah has reached the pinnacle, the virtual “Poster Child” of Washington, then collapsed so rapidly. We saw … Continue reading

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A Prayer For Tempranillo – Part 2

This is my second blog on the subject of syrah’s current demise, the following text having been written in an email to a leading wine writer. In the June 1, 2010 issue of the New York Times, Eric Asimov, the … Continue reading

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A Prayer For Tempranillo – Part 1

This is the text of a recent email I sent to a prominent wine writer with whom many of you would be familiar. Although it isn’t specifically about Tempranillo, it brings to the forefront my great concern for what could … Continue reading

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