Monthly Archives: March 2016

My World Through Wine Glasses

I’ve always been a fan of Alice In Wonderland and I find a bit of whimsy in looking at things through the distortion of the bottom’s of bottles of all sorts, especially wine bottles with their really curvy bottoms.  Today … Continue reading

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The Weekly Wine for March 6, 2016

LABRIE Bordeaux Blanc Sec 2014: I loved this wine, partly because I really like Jonathan Maltus and his wonderful sense of what works with each batch he creates (or at least releases), and also because I really like dry white … Continue reading

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A Real Corker

What to do with all the corks and caps, well until you decide, fill a basket. It still won’t answer the age old question, “corks or screw caps” but it’s pretty to look at and environmentally responsible.

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Five Things I Think I Learned at the Napa Valley Wine Writers’ Symposium

I’ve followed The Wine Economist (Mike Veseth) for years and have a lot of faith in his judgement, both about wine and writing. This piece was exceptional and I really believe applicable to bloggers of all stripes in this internet … Continue reading

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