Primarius Pinot Noir

Experience pays off with 2011 Oregon Pinot

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by Jon Bonne, Copyright 2013 – (This article is abstracted. For the full story click here). Chance favors the prepared mind, or so Louis Pasteur once said. If so, then the best chance at salvation of Oregon’s 2011 vintage came from just that – and more often than not, from veteran winemakers who knew …

Browne Red Blend

Cheers for Browne 2010 Red Blend

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It’s been a great September for the namesake wine of our Precept Wine CEO and President, Andrew Browne. The Browne Family 2010 Red Blend, a luscious blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah from the Columbia Valley, first received praise in our regional Seattle Metropolitan magazine as a top Washington wine under $25. On Sept. 24, …

Snooth Calls Out Top Value Sauvignon Blanc

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Copyright 2013; This article is abstracted. Read the full story here: There aren’t many wines out there where you can score a great example for around $12. Sure there is a lot of inexpensive wine, and some of it is good, but does it speak to you about varietal character? I’m not going to …