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  • Syrah - Has Its Time Come?

    Syrah has been a perennial dark horse in the US market for much of the last two decades. It’s a grape that always seems to be on the verge of greatness,...


  • The People's Voice Awards: Spirits Edition

    Vote for your favorite spirits. Which makes the finest cocktails, and which is best for sipping neat. You decide!


  • Top 8 2010 Burgundies

    2010 Burgundies are hitting the shelves, or in some cases due to the marriage of limited quantities and high ratings, are slipping through the retail...


  • 2010 Burgundy

    Burgundy has been on a bit of roll as of late, both in the bottle and with consumers, or perhaps I should say collectors. While the Bordeaux bubble of 2011...


  • Wines Then and Now : Part 2

    This is the second part in a three part series on wine prices over the past decade. Part one can be found here, and today I follow up with part two, a look...


  • Winter Wine Events: Party Across The Nation

    It’s winter in the northern hemisphere; kind of a crappy time to go wine touring, though the wines sure do taste good. There still are plenty of wine...


  • Cappellano Dinner

    There is not much new information one can write about Theobaldo Cappellano, a sometimes divisive winemaker with whom I was once fortunate to spend the better...


  • Wines Then and Now: Part 1

    I’ve been writing a fair amount of commentary lately, some of it dealing with wine prices, but only tangentially; so today I wanted to take a look at where...


  • Considering Rhone Blends

    Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre, we know more about these grapes than we might be aware of! Cotes du Rhone, Rhone rangers, and of course the GSM blends from...


  • Guide to Rhone Blends

    I’ve been tasting a few Rhone style blends of as of late, and am looking forward to a small vertical of Chateau Beaucastel Chateauneuf-du-Pape covering the...


  • Pairing with Spanish Classics

    Sometimes one feels like a nut, sometimes one doesn’t. I may be reaching here, but I love the simplicity of this statement, and to paraphrase while...


  • Red Blends $20 to $55

    A funny thing happens when you start tasting red blends that are priced over about $20, they start looking a lot more like Bordeaux. Now the wines may be...


  • The Problem with Wine Ratings

    I’ve been thinking about writing up my thoughts on this issue for some time, but I had always thought it was just too simple an issue; something that might...


  • Top 10 Red Blends Under $20

    I began today ostensibly writing about Meritage wines and Bordeaux, but then the truth interfered. The truth is, Meritage wines, and some of Bordeaux can't...


  • Where To Go in January

    It’s the start of a new year, and as with most things, this time of year talk is ripe with proud premises to eat healthier, buy more intelligently, show...


  • Pairing with Wild Mushroom Lasagna

    When the weather turns cold, not everyone is looking forward to a meat-heavy meal. While there are many alternative options for people to choose from, there...


  • What's Good On Your Shelves?

    Today I'm turning the tables. Instead of just writing stuff for you all to read, how about a little reciprocity? For starters, I doubt that you noticed, but...


  • The 4 Wines of 2013

    Today I came to work planning on writing an article about wines I can no longer afford to buy, but along the way I took a detour, or rather a detour took me....


  • 5 New Year's Resolutions

    It’s time for some New Year’s resolutions folks, and I’m in the mood to make some for both you and I. Are you ready to start making an investment in...


  • Italian Sparklers

    Rounding out our reviews of Sparkling wines in 2012 is this brief look at a handful of prosecco and Franciacorta wines. You'll find links to all of our...


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