Monthly Archives: October 2015

Should We Talk to a Restaurant Owner About Their Expensive Wine List?

Dining out can be expensive. While we don’t begrudge a restaurant owner from making a reasonable profit — because we understand that running a restaurant also is an expensive proposition — I think that many of us would dine out

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Posted in Wine FAQ

Tips on Selecting Wines for a Wedding

I mentioned in yesterday’s blog that there’s little that will be “normal” when my fiancée and I walk down the aisle tomorrow. And that begins with the aisle itself, which will be located in the lounge of a bowling center.

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Posted in Editor's Journal

5 Fascinating Facts About Bordeaux

There is no more famous wine region than Bordeaux, which is located in southwestern France. Entire books have been written on the region and its estates, but a blog is no place for a book. So, for today, we’ll share

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Posted in Wine Buzz

Wines Too Tough to Die in Tombstone

In yesterday’s blog, we shared information on the inaugural azcentral.com Food & Wine Experience, which is scheduled for Nov. 7-9 in Scottsdale, Arizona. It’s patterned after the big food-and-wine events typically staged in much larger cities, and will feature an

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