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Roundabout Cellars Arc De Triomphe 2011

The Arc de Triomphe de l’Étoile is one of the most famous monuments in Paris France.  In taking this name Roundabout Cellars, much like France, is stating this as their signature wine. Unlike its namesake, I would not call Roundabout … Continue reading

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Roundabout Cellars Crossroads 2011

Virginia is clearly making a name for itself with blended red wines.  The vast majority of the Gold Medalists in the 2013 Governor’s Cup competition were red wine blends. Roundabout Cellars 2011 Crossroads is a slightly different take on blended … Continue reading

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Boneyard Red 2011

Many Virginia winemakers know winemaking in not only both an art and a science; it is also about the art of the possible.  It is a matter of balancing what the fruit gives you and how you can balance that … Continue reading

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Tarara Long Bomb Edition Three 2009

By. Neil Williamson, Editor Which do you prefer “The Long Bomb” or “The Hail Mary”, one seems much more positive speaking to the high risk and high reward while the latter (although the same play in football) seems to be … Continue reading

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