• Northeast and Down

    Here at Legacy in a Glass, we are always looking for something new, different, and exciting. My wife recently reached out to a number of EAST coast wineries for the opportunity to be part of this article. We got a very good response and I am happy to report that the wineries I reviewed offer
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  • Monterey, City by the Bay

    My wife and I, prompted by our addiction to the TV series ‘Big Little Lies’, recently reached out to a handful of wineries in the Monterey, Central Coast region of California. We received some selections that provide a look into why this region is such a destination for wine. The Monterey Bay’s coastal influence allows
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  • Summertime? Drink Pink

    Over the years I’ve noticed that my palate changes with the seasons. In the summer months I find myself craving lighter wines over crisp whites or reds- hello Rose! This is where rose has carved its niche in a very crowded wine world, with its popularity resulting in a market overloaded by products trying to
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  • Sonoma County, A Wine Destination

    Having traveled to California wine country many times over the course of my career, I’ve always enjoyed crossing the Oakville Grade and ending my trips in Sonoma County. The region is a cultural departure from Napa Valley, and offers a beautifully scenic backdrop for the many laid back wineries scattered throughout its 17 appellations. With
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  • 100% Made in Texas, 100% Agreed!

    A few weeks ago I read an article concerning bill 1519 that was being considered in the Texas legislature. It could drastically change the way wine consumers view Texas wine. In short, a wine that indicates an appellation or geographical sub-division would need to be produced and bottled in Texas, with 100% of the grapes
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  • The Wizard of Oz: Direct to Winery

    For over 13 years I’ve purchased wine for the Chairman Selection Programs in the state of Pennsylvania, constantly hearing that the selection of wines was limited and subpar compared to the many big box retail chains run privately in other states. Retired and working for Legacy in a Glass, it was now time to travel
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  • A State of Mind in a State of Wine

    Jennilyn, Rick and I just returned from a 10- day trip to Northern California. We started in Lake County and slowly traveled throughout Napa and finished in Livermore Valley. The California wine industry is as rocking as recent sales prove. Every region was diverse and unique in its own way. At the highest end, we
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