McPrice Myers aka ‘Mac’

McPrice Myers aka ‘Mac’

This Tuesday at our weekly wine tasting, we will be enjoying 5 different wines, coming from 2 different collections, and all made by McPrice Myers. Mac, as he is known by his friends, has had a long and storied love-affair with wine. Starting in his early 20’s, Mac...

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South Africa’s Long History With Wine

South Africa’s Long History With Wine

With a long and fascinating history of growing grapes and making juice, over 300 years, why is this region only now getting attention? Just over 10 years ago, you couldn’t even find South African wines on the bottom shelf at the grocery store; Now, you find them at...

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Mmmm, Malbec!

Mmmm, Malbec!

Malbec has had a truly interesting, and quite long, history. Due to the extreme popularity it has found in Argentina, many believe it is a native grape of South America. However, it is actually a French varietal, and a Bordeaux one at that! It is actually one of the...

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All About Argentina

All About Argentina

I am so excited to start having a discussion all about Argentina! Argentina has an incredibly interesting winemaking history that somehow seems very recent in comparison to Europe’s. However, they actually have been making wine for nearly 500 years! As far as being on...

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Prio-What? Oh, Priorat…what is that?

Prio-What? Oh, Priorat…what is that?

I can’t help it! It’s one of my favorite wine regions in the world. I spent years studying Spanish wines in some amazing Atlanta restaurants and the love has never, ever faded. There is such incredible diversity within Spain’s wine regions. One of the leading...

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Cabernet Around The World

Cabernet Around The World

Cabernet Sauvignon could easily be the most popular and recognizable grape variety in the world. It’s definitely the most widely planted grape, covering more acreage than any other variety. If you’ve had wine, even if it’s just at Thanksgiving each year, I guarantee...

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Raise Your Glass to Organic Wine!

Raise Your Glass to Organic Wine!

With as many as 5,835 vineyards now certified as organic or in the process of converting, it’s become easier for environmentally conscious wine lovers to enjoy their favorite wine flavors. Predictions for organic wine sales suggest that the number of consumers opting...

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Who Is Orin Swift?

Who Is Orin Swift?

The Prisoner has easily become one of the most recognizable names in the vast world of wine. There are thousands upon thousands of different wines and winemakers in the world, yet Prisoner rose to the top of every wine list nearly 20 years ago and remains one of the...

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Murphy’s Recipe & Wine Pairing

Murphy’s Recipe & Wine Pairing

As summer winds down, the chefs here at Murphy’s wanted to bring you an easy, seasonal recipe for you to liven up your dinner table this weekend.  Of course, no meal is complete without the perfect wine pairing, so we’ve included a few selections from the wine shop...

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Who is Sean Minor?

Who is Sean Minor?

Every Tuesday at Murphy’s Wine Shop we hold our weekly wine tasting. This upcoming Tuesday, the 13th of August, we are lucky enough to host Larry Soble of Sean Minor Winery! It is always exciting to have someone who is directly from a winery; the perspective of living...

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The Best of Tempranillo!

The Best of Tempranillo!

Time to talk about Tempranillo. We have got to talk about Tempranillo. We have several in the Wine Shop right now, and I couldn’t resist sharing a few facts about Tempranillo along with those great wines. Tempranillo has so many facets and such an incredibly long...

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Sancerre for Summer

Sancerre for Summer

Sancerre in the Summer “I’ll have a Sancerre!” just might be the wine phrase of Summer 2019. But, why exactly? Sancerre always been a fantastic and classic wine, with a deep history, but in the past few years it has leapt to the top of popularity. It is now one of the...

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Albariño

Albariño

Albarino? Alvarinho? What’s going on here? Crisp and refreshing with phenomenal texture, Albarino, has become one of my favorite white wines since my time spent working in Spanish restaurants. During my time there I discovered a common theme: one grape varietal can,...

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