A & I Market

(313)834-2920 10826 Joy Road
Detroit, MI 48204-3022
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  • I got that email and was tempted to post it here, so good on David for doing it.  What caught my eye is how HDH is doing ever more business auctioning Burgundy wines.  In fact, I looked at their annual report for last year and DRC was their biggest money maker.  Which kind of amazed me, because DRC just doesn't make a whole lot of wine--they onl... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What have you bought lately?


  • As a UK journalist, and Master of Wine, I discuss, criticise and recommend not the fine wine, the great vintages, the en primeurs, but the everyday, the bargain, the high volume.  I taste thousands of wines each year of low, mediocre and good quality, and, within perhaps 80 or 90 tasted at one supermarket or off licence tasting, will find perhap... Read More

    From the article A Salute to Wine in the United Kingdom


  • Depends on where you source your wine Sam. If you are dependent on three tier that makes it a different game. Lots of new stuff but it depends on the styles your customers are asking for or you think they would respond to.The new trendy stuff is low alcohol wines from less ripe fruit. Let's face it, it's easy to make balanced wine from unripe fr... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello Snooth!


  • As a liquor store manager, I'm always looking for the next trend and what's popular with wine fans.  Personally, I like to expand my tastes to see what's out there besides what's trending.  Looks like Snooth will help me with both, so I'm looking forward to checking out mentors and "snoothfriends!"Cheers!Sam Jones, jonesvoice. Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello Snooth!


  • Imagine the shock: That priceless vintage you acquired for your cellar – the one which induced the admiring glances of some of the richest men in America – is a fake, a sham. You're left with a worthless bottle of wine. Meanwhile, somewhere in the world, a criminal is using his sterling reputation to cloak a rather nefarious empire of false supe... Read More

    From the article Uncorking The Motives and Methods of Wine Fraud


  • It may seem foolish but if I don’t have a glass of wine, or two, with my dinner then I can never enjoy whatever it is I’m eating. It can be the most amazing, top class gourmet meal but without a glass of wine it may as well be cardboard. And if I happen to be eating cardboard, so long as I have a glass of wine, I may just enjoy whatever it is th... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Stop Whining About the Cost...


  • I’m part Irish, but I’m not sure how much. I’m not Catholic and my surname is decidedly English. But the family tree has branches throughout the British Isles and I sit here today with blond hair, a red beard, freckles, and the inability to get a tan. On top of that, my grandmother plays about a dozen instruments and has often gone to Ireland to... Read More

    From the article Switch Things Up: St. Patrick's Day Wines


  • The wine world isn't all pomp and pinots. This past month Midwest Wine Press published a story in which contributor Mollie Barnes covered a small collection of odd wines produced in Missouri. Highbrow they are not, but their names and flavors are worth the risk, Barnes said. “Winemakers in Missouri are experimenting with creating new and unusual... Read More

    From the article Pouring PB&J: Midwest Wine Publication Highlights Quirky MO Quaffers


  • Rajeev Samant was leading the ideal American life: Stanford University graduate and Oracle employee.  “However, he left it all behind to return to his father's birthplace, Nashik, a city in western India, and started experimenting with different vines,” wrote CNN contributor Milena Veselinovic this past month. Samant's journey back home resulted... Read More

    From the article Indian Winemaker Ditches American Dream For Indian Vineyards


  • The first time I had Ethiopian food was back in high school twenty years ago, and I drove my little white pickup truck to Midtown which, at the time, was the site of Memphis’ only restaurant devoted to this particular cuisine. I had read up ahead of time and was ready for the unique experience. It was delicious and I enjoyed everything I had, bu... Read More

    From the article Unlikely Wine Pairings: Ethiopian Food


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