The Seattle Times
The words old vines on the label usually translate to big price at the checkout stand. But for wine lovers in search of extra nuance, a bit more length and concentration in their wines, these oldsters are worth chasing. There is something ineffably grand about opening a wine made from vines planted 50, 80, 100-plus years ago.
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