When I first started getting into wine, if it said “Old Vines” on the label I would usually buy it. Being Californian, Zinfandel had a regular spot in my shopping cart but this grew to other wines as well including Rhône and Chile. As I’ve found out in the years that followed, the term “old vines” has next to no legal definition and is a topic that talented writer and my good friend, Kelli White delved into at length recently. What is an “old vine”? The problem is that it […]

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