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Q3 2022 Red Rogues- All About Spain

All About Spain San Francisco’s hottest nightclub is Spanish Wine (any SNL fans here?). This spot has it all: more vino per year by volume than all but two other countries  (Italy and France); more...

Red Rogues Q2 2022

What is the global wine grape? It could be Cabernet Sauvignon - currently the most planted. (It is definitely not Airen, the previous title-holder, a white varietal grown exclusively in Spain.) If we’re looking for...

Q1 2022 Red Rogues- A Visit to Portugal

Portugal is a rare bird in the wine aviary. Roughly the size of the US state of Indiana, the Iberian nation that isn’t Spain occupies the far western edge of the Eurasian landmass and can...

Q4 2021 Red Rogues

60 miles due east of Portland, Oregon lies arguably the most exciting, and quite possibly the most beautiful, wine region  in the United States. The Columbia Gorge AVA straddles Oregon and Washington, with wineries and...

Q3 Red Rogues- Cru Beaujolias

Just below the Macon border, the 10 crus of Northern Beaujolais tumble south in a jigsaw befitting the region’s puzzling status among wine fans. To many, Beaujolais is the go-to for glou-glou - fun and...

Red Rogues Club- Indigenous Italian Varietals

INDIGENOUS ITALIAN VARIETALS No one knows exactly how many different kinds of wine grapes there are in Italy. Estimates range from a few hundred to a few thousand, and though the title is not undisputed...