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  • What to Drink Now

    I originally began this series with a slideshow about light crisp wines, mostly because they were on my mind (being summer and all), but it also made a lot...


  • What We've Been Reading

    Us wine geeks, the folks people turn to as "the wine guy" or "gal," we generally take wine too seriously. I've tried to poke some fun at wine appreciation...


  • What to Drink Now

    Last week we took a look at what sort of white wines you might want to try after experiencing your gateway wine. Today we’re going to take a look at the...


  • What to Drink Now

    It’s a common question and I get it from newbies and experts all the time. We sometimes find ourselves in a rut and don’t know how to get out of it, or...


  • Sunsational Santorini

    Is there anything normal about the wines of Santorini? Don’t count on it. This black crescent of an island set against the blue Aegean and dotted with...


  • Kosher Wines

    Some cuisines shouldn’t be innovated simply for the extreme guilty and emotional pleasures they bring us. Home-style kosher foods come to mind. Thankfully,...


  • South of France

    The last time I wrote about the value wines of France, I began by working on a premise that was to include the entire South of France. As I began to write, I...


  • Wine 101 - Sicily

    Having just returned from a visit to Sicily, I thought this would be a great opportunity to introduce you to some of the island’s great wines. Truth is, I...


  • New Wine Scoring System!

    In a surprise announcement scheduled for Monday, several major wine review journals will unveil a tweak to the established 100-point wine rating scale. With...


  • 10 Secrets of Barbera

    Barbera is known for its dark color, bright acidity and soft tannins. Due to the balance of acid and tannins, Barbera has done well in warmer climates and...


  • Vintage Variation

    Well, to start with, it makes life exciting for both producers, sometimes dangerously so, as well as consumers. One of the huge fallacies of the 100-point...


  • Wine Experts

    One of my “jobs,” though more self-assigned than anything else, is to try and interest people in wine -- not just drinking wine, but talking about wine,...


  • 8 More Popular Wine Questions Answered

    So, here we are back again with a few more common questions about wine. We all have them -- these came from a dear friend -- but sometimes we're just a bit...


  • Celebrating Australian Wines

    Why would you celebrate Australia Day? Well, for starters, it’s today, and if you’re quick you can still enter into our Australian Vacation Giveaway to...


  • 6 Wines Everyone Should Recognize

    Marketers say to shop with our eyes, and we do, but more importantly by creating iconic images, designers and consultants not only earn a nice fee but...


  • Answers to Your Wine Questions

    (Full page) After my earlier article reviewing 10 common wine questions, I received a ton of e-mails asking several follow-up questions. Some were a little...


  • 5 More Frequently Asked Wine Questions

    After my earlier article reviewing 10 common wine questions, I received a ton of e-mails asking several follow-up questions. Some were a little too silly to...


  • How to Read a Sparkling Wine Label

    (Full page) When buying sparkling wine you’ll find that there’s more to know than simply the type of brand of wine. Whether you’re looking for Cava, or...


  • Learning the Lingo of Sparkling Wine

    When buying sparkling wine you’ll find that there’s more to know than simply the type of brand of wine. Whether you’re looking for Cava, or Champagne,...


  • French Sparkling Wine

    Any discussion of sparkling wine should begin at the beginning, in Champagne. The only wines that can truly be called Champagne come from grapes grown in the...


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