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Mike Dunne's Blog "A Year in Wine", dated Thursday, April 7, 2011, tells the story as to why Bray Vineyard's "La Dama Oscura" does not identify the grape as Brunello.   


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INTOWINE Interview

 

Bray Vineyards' John Hoddy on “BrayZin Hussy” and More.....
By Kareasa Wilkins

For a native from Michigan who never had a sip of wine until he moved to California in 1977, John Hoddy is making wines that are both outstanding and innovative for Bray Vineyards in Amador County.

 



Mike Dunne talks about Foothill Barberas and our Barbera RosatoDunne on Wine: Area barberas get high marks
By Mike Dunne - Bee Food Editor

Once upon a time -- actually, up until about 10 days ago -- I looked upon pinot noir as the one red wine we could continue to enjoy right through summer.

After judging wines recently at county fairs in El Dorado and Amador, however, I'm now convinced that pinot noir has a contender for best summertime red.

 

 


SFGate.com: Best of Class winners for the San Francisco Chronicle 2007 Wine CompetitionBest of Class

Bray Vineyards' 2004 Barbera wins Best of Class at 2007 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition.

The results of the 2007 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition are in! Fifty-five professional wine judges from throughout the United States evaluated more than 3,800 wines from over 1500 wineries from over 20 states. The judging of the wines took place in Sonoma County on January 9-12.

 
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