Over the years, the wine clubs of Vinesse have featured numerous
wines from Bonny Doon, the winery founded by Randall Grahm.
The eccentric Grahm has always been two or three steps ahead of
the curve, embracing international grape varieties before just about
anyone else, and crafting wonderful blends when 100% varietal wines
were all the rage.
He also was among the first vintners to embrace the use of screw
caps on wine bottles, and even came up with a Letterman-style list of…
And you thought wine was just something to drink with a meal… or to sip while reading a good book.
It is both of those things. But it also is much more… as the
words of Frances Tabeek, D.H. Lawrence and a Medieval German proverb so
* Frances Tabeek: “A good wine is like a gentle kiss – its effect throughout the meal is…
If you like to read about wine as well as drink it, here are three books you may want to check out…
* “The Billionaire’s Vinegar: The Mystery of the World’s Most Expensive Bottle of Wine.”
Just as there are counterfeit paintings, currency and I.D.s, there is counterfeit wine. Particularly when prices are…
So, you want to sound like a wine expert, eh?
Short of memorizing each and every word of The Grapevine (official publication of the wine clubs of Vinesse), what’s an oenophile-in-training to do?
We’d suggest picking up a copy of “The Wine Snob’s Dictionary,” a breezy 111-page book written by David Kamp and David Lynch.
The book’s sub-title gives you…