Ian is one of my favorite wine writers and this post to the Bristol Wine Blog was very enlightening. So much so that I went straight to the local Wine shop and looked for the three varieties of Valpolicella, on … Continue reading
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Originally posted on SAHMmelier:
We have all heard about how versatile Rosé can be. It carries throughout the year, pairs with a wide variety of dishes, and you can find delicious examples at a variety of price points. Did you…
Well loyal PRWA readers, once again I am poaching (re-posting) a piece from Mike Veseth’s Wine Economist. Mike has done it again with this great synopsis, book review, of Chianti Classico. I am a broad reader of all books wine, … Continue reading
“The Weekly Wine” feature has been gone a while mostly because I didn’t want to turn it into “The Weekly Whine”. Politics has played a part, a general lack of congeniality in some wine circles as well as the world, … Continue reading
This Post has absolutely nothing to do with wine, except that wine can have a calming effect (in moderation) during stressful times. I re-posted this piece from one of my favorite (non-wine) blogger. It says what I feel more eloquently … Continue reading
This one is for those of my readers who wonder about what “corked wine” mean. Ian has such a great way to make complex issues simple.
I follow a lot of wine bloggers, but Ian is one of the more authoritative and reliable. I happen to agree with him on the use of corks, but I wonder if we will ever see the day when it … Continue reading
I saw this on one of the blogs I follow and found it both interesting and funny. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
Originally posted on ALICE LONGHURST-JONES:
To kick off my new Wine Chat series please allow me to introduce the craft beer fanatic and startup whiz Michael Werner. Yes, you did read that right, my wine lover friends. I said the…
Katy Michaud stands at the head of the class of new and inspired winemakers recruited by Naked Wines to join in the fun of producing wine for their, over 100,000, Angels who crowd fund all NW wine production. The Katy Michaud, 2013 … Continue reading