March 15 2010 issue
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MAILBOX, NOTEBOOK, CALENDAR, HOT PICKSMailbox Postcard In the early ’90s, many Virginia wines were dire and most were middling, with only a few winners from Rhône-varietal pioneer Dennis Horton. Horton still churns out great wines, but his field is now more crowded. On my first journey to the state last September, I was bowled over by the explosion in the number of wineries and the rapid improvement in quality of both reds and whites. Varieties ill-suited to the region have given way to better performers like Viognier and Ca...
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