• Value Zinfandel $15 and Under

    As you may know I love Zinfandel. I think it’s the greatest domestic wine produced in this country, both for its historic significance as well as for the...


  • Cooking With Quinoa!

    “I ate too much quinoa last night.” Now that's not something you'll hear me say everyday. In fact I don't think I've ever said that prior to earlier...


  • Barbaresco and Nebbiolo to Buy Now!

    To welcome fall, and without a doubt the season has arrived, like clockwork, the moment our Labor Day weekend had wrapped up, I have always had a bit of a...


  • Portuguese Values Abound

    While there are some tastings I do not look forward to each year, there are others that I can’t wait for. For the most part that means things like Barolo...


  • Cooking With Corn!

    I don't know what's happening in your neck of the woods, and with drought rather widespread this year I am scared to ask and hopeful that things are good,...


  • Wines You’ll Probably never Try

    In a world where extremes are becoming the paradigms for perfection its a little surprising that one doesn’t hear much of the wines of Saxony. Strike that....


  • Grilling the Bounty of the Sea

    While we may not be getting ready to put the grill away quite yet, this last gasp of summer, or the summer we almost had, does deserve a bit of celebratory...


  • Assyrtiko. Again!

    There are some wines that even the pros can forget about. Wines that really never fail to wow when tasted but are too often missed or skipped over. Take...


  • Great Grilled Seafood and...?

    Tomorrow I’ll be reviewing a handful of Assyrtikos from Santorini. Inarguably one of the great white wines of the world and one of the great grilled fish...


  • Cotes Du Rhone in 2014

    Cotes du Rhone. It’s a surprisingly well known wine in a world where wines of people are generally more comfortable with varietal designations as opposed...


  • Great Grilled Eggplant

    Yesterday I finally published a rather extensive look at the Barberas tasted during my visits to Piedmont earlier this year. In that review I mentioned how...


  • Barbera is Taking on Airs

    I got so excited about dolcetto this year, see my report on The Return of Dolcetto, that I almost forgot about Barbera! I love Barbera. It’s a rich wine,...


  • Time to Ponder Pinot Gris(gio)

    I’ve been through this so many times before that it becomes rote. The differences between Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio. Well, there really aren’t any,...


  • Exploring Vouvray with Christy Canterbury MW

    This past month we had the good fortune of spending an hour discussing the fabulous wines of Vouvray with none over than Christy Canterbury MW. I've edited...


  • Summer Salad Redux

    You can write a book about what to cook during the summer time, and I almost complete an entire cookbook each season, but sometimes I’m in such a rush to...


  • Sierra Foothills Zinfandel is Ready

    I believe that folks might already have gleaned that I am somewhat of a Zinfandel fanatic but some of my previous posts. In truth my job has resulted in my...


  • Oregon’s Unheralded Chardonnay

    I was recently in Oregon, for the annual International Pinot Noir Celebration, which is a splendid reason to visit Oregon’s wine country, though you...


  • Wow! Is That White Bordeaux?

    There are so many great value wines right under our noses that we often miss them as we’re scouring the shelves for something new. Some inevitably are...


  • Getting to Know Richard Jennings

    Wine writers are not a homogeneous lot. We come in all shapes and sizes, and styles of course. Some prefer to dwell on a single wine at a time, others are...


  • Stuck in the Middle.

    I just read, with some envy I might add, a report on a dinner of quite expensive wines. The wines themselves aren’t terribly important, though for full...


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