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The Wine Monk: Arizona Wine Blog
Arizona's premier wine critic! The Wine Monk himself! (And also an un..
Last year, over Valentine’s Day weekend, Arizona Stronghold sponsored a speed dating event. As Arizona’s (arguably) most famous wine ..read more
Out of the blue, I recently got an email from Monica, over at Vintorio, saying how much she enjoyed my examinations of Arizona wines, ..read more
Pinot Noir is a tough grape to grow in Arizona; especially in the Willcox AVA where so many of our world-class wines are grown, vinted, ..read more
Autumn Sage Vineyard is the newest winery on the block in the Sonoita AVA. Located on Elgin Road, this winery makes a nice first stop, if ..read more
Dos Cabezas WineWorks is one of the few wineries in the state that sources grapes from both the Willcox AVA and the Sonoita AVA. More ..read more
Sorry for the lack of posts the last month: it’s harvest and crush season, so time is limited, and I’ve been spending A LOT of time in ..read more
Petit Verdot is a quirky, fun grape that is among my favorites. It tends to be dark, and tannic, but with some really interesting ..read more
It is now the height of summer here in Arizona, and the monsoons seem to be a bit late this year. Tempers are starting to flare, as we ..read more
I love Vermentino. Some grapes make me think of specific places, or people, or archetypes. But Vermentino is different. Vermentino, for ..read more
https://soundcloud.com/theazwinemonk/arizona-stronghold-vineyards-vertical-malvasia-tasting-podcast In this episode, which has been teased ..read more

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