Monthly Archives: August 2013

Wine Pairing Solutions for Salads

Long gone are the days when a restaurant salad consisted of iceberg lettuce, perhaps a few carrot shavings (mainly for color) and a big glob of your favorite dressing. As palates have evolved and Americans have become more adventurous diners—no

Posted in Food and Wine Pairings/Recipes

Wine Adventures from Coast to Coast

“Any man who can drive safely while kissing a pretty girl is simply not giving the kiss the attention it deserves.” Was it really Albert Einstein who made that observation? That’s what my handy, dandy book of quotes indicates. Regardless,

Posted in Our Wine Travel Log

Antinori Unveils New Chianti Classico Cellar

For more than 600 years, Marchesi Antinori has played a major role in shaping not only the wine industry in Italy, but also that country’s culture. But unlike the most influential estates of the Napa Valley in California, the Bordeaux

Posted in Wineries of Distinction

Passing the Time Between ‘Winesongs’

As I seem to do each year, I recently wrote about my favorite wine festival. It’s called Winesong, and it’s held in a park overlooking the Pacific Ocean on the stunningly beautiful Mendocino Coast. I can write about Winesong with

Posted in Editor's Journal
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