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Adelsheim Willamette Valley Elizabeth’s Reserve Pinot Noir 2009 Low inputs (less water, less fertilizer, fewer weed killers and pest killers) and other earth-friendly farming methods result in this thunderous raspberry stunner of a pinot noir by a family-owned Oregon winemaker that is certified for sustainability and renowned for its renditions of this varietal. It’s a perfect match for duck and game meats. Back to Green Wines » Todd Coleman
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Cennatoio Chianti Classico 2009 This is a wine with remarkable depth of flavor: blackberry, a good dose of spicy black pepper, and well-structured oaky tannins and minerals. Pair this certified-organic powerhouse from the heart of Tuscany’s Chianti region with your most robust and meaty Italian dishes. Back to Green Wines » Todd Coleman
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Grgich Hills Estate Napa Valley Chardonnay 2008 Racy but graceful, with flavors of orange blossom and lime along with a trace of slate minerality, this certified-organic and -biodynamic wine is not for lovers of Napa Valley’s classic butterscotch chardonnay; it’s for those who enjoy structure, vibrancy, and acidity all at once. It’s lovely with butter-poached seafood. Back to Green Wines »
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Hirsch Veltliner #1 Gruner Veltliner 2010 With nectarine, mineral, and ginger notes, this luscious, spicy Austrian white is made from that country’s native gruner veltliner grape by an award-winning biodynamic producer. Served with poultry or a classic wiener schnitzel, it will please both wine drinkers who crave structure and those who like prettiness. Todd Coleman
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Mas Carlot Costieres de Nimes Les Enfants Terribles 2009 Grown organically in the southern part of France’s Rhone Valley, this rustic, muscular mourvedre-syrah blend displays notes of tobacco and black cherry. It’s well suited to homespun, hearty dishes like pot roast and beef stew. Todd Coleman

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