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Fri, 22 May 2015
The Finesse and Harmony of Mencia
Nine years ago, two events converged: Le Du’s opened its doors, and a previously unknown region in the northwest of Spain became a sexy hot spot in the world of wine.   That region was Bierzo, home of alluring Atlantic influenced … Continue reading ...
Fri, 22 May 2015
Rock & Roll Wine Seminar!
Have you ever wondered what wine to pair with Patti Smith?  What about the New York Dolls or The Clash?  Which wine matches best with Led Zeppelin?  As a music fan and winelover, these are the questions which keep me … Continue reading ...
Fri, 22 May 2015
Austria’s Cutting Edge: Dinner with Bernhard Ott and Hans Reisetbauer at Walls
Join us as we welcome two world-class craftsmen of drink for a very special night of dinner and tasting.  Winemaker Bernhard Ott will guide us though three flights of his singular Grüner Veltliners from the Wagram, accompanied by specially curated … Continue reading ...
Mon, 18 May 2015
Reuilly Pinot Gris…Rose?
Leave it to Kermit Lynch to bring us a Rose made from a grape most people think of as white!  File in the “Little Known Fact” Department, Pinot Gris (aka Pinot Grigio) is actually a pink skinned grape!  99% of … Continue reading ...
Tue, 12 May 2015
Bo Barrett’s Secret Passion: Chateau Montelena Riesling
“It’s like walking around in only a Speedo:  nothing to cover you up and just your fruit hanging out” Bo Barrett on working with Riesling    Many people know Bo Barrett and Chateau Montelena through their fictionalized portrayal in the movie … Continue reading ...
Mon, 11 May 2015
The Pinot of the East: Two sides of Blaufränkisch
 Wachter-Wiesler Blaufränkisch Südburgenland 2013 – $17.99 This exquisitely balanced, juicy red is made from young vines planted in the iron-rich clay soils of Deutsch-Schützen, Eisenberg and Hannersberg.  Sour cherry and black-raspberry, with overtones of black pepper, leather, and violets, a … Continue reading ...
Thu, 07 May 2015
The Winemaking Monastery of the French Riviera
About a year ago, I read a small article from Wine Spectator about the winemaker-monks of Saint Honorat.  An island off the coast of Provence, Honorat has been a place for Holy reflection since the 5th century AD, when Saint … Continue reading ...
Fri, 01 May 2015
Muscadet and the Perfect Circle
Towards the end of the 13th century, Giotto, one of the first great artists of what would come to be known as the Renaissance, was approached by the Vatican to audition.  They were collecting samples from the great artists of … Continue reading ...
Mon, 27 Apr 2015
Nineteenth to Now: A historical view of German wine
A little history In the Victorian era, the height of the world’s thirst for German wines, we knew them in two basic flavors, the delicate, almost gossamer dry Moselles (Mosel in German) and the heartier, more bombastic hocks, or Rhine … Continue reading ...
Wed, 22 Apr 2015
A Malbec at the End of the World
“One of the stars of Argentina and a name to follow.”  Luis Guitierrez, Wine Advocate 620 miles south of Buenos Aires, amidst the wild stretches of Patagonia, seems an unlikely spot to find one of Argentina’s best Malbec.  In the … Continue reading ...
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