Category Archives: Bodegas Fusión

A Wino at the Presidential Debates

If you’ve read this blog for a while, you know that I don’t talk politics in it.  Sure, I called for a boycott of California wines after the state’s residents passed Proposition 8 banning same-sex marriages.  And yes, I have … Continue reading

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Sustaining our wine, Part One

Before you get lost in the weeds of this very long blog post, a few points: 1)      This is the first of two parts on sustainability and winemaking.  In this post, I’m looking at sustainability in general, and how organizations … Continue reading

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Educación Sentimental, Part 1

I’ve given it a lot of thought over the time I’ve been in the wine business, and I’ve decided that part of what makes wine confusing to people is all the rules.  Rules about making wine, rules about naming wine, … Continue reading

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