Wow, it's good to hear from folks who read this column. I do appreciate the emails with questions about wines. And I want to deal with a quartet of them in today's edition.
"Do aerators really work?" is a question I hear frequently.
Spring is sprung, the grass is riz.
Martha Ezzard wears many hats. She's been a lawyer, journalist, state legislator and most likely a few other things.
You always can learn something new from The Times. I did in January. And that led to some fond memories from my past and conversations with folks with a real history in this town.
Time to address some queries I've received from readers during the past few months. I do answer all questions personally and ask permission to use them in this column. If you have a question about wine, check the end of this column to see how to get it to me.
Ever heard of Verdejo? How about Rueda?
Want a Ferrari for Christmas? You can have one. It's easy.
In last month's column, I answered a question from a reader about a Northeast Georgia winery that recently passed away. In writing that response, I was reminded of the degree to which I have come to be a fan and supporter of Georgia wines.
The bride and I have been like Willie Nelson the past few months ... on the road again. Lots of traveling, lots of visits and we've come home with a greater appreciation for this wonderful land of ours.
Summer's winding down. Time to catch up with some odds and ends floating around the world of wine.
We all love a bargain. Admit it; your head swivels on spotting a BOGO sign.
Where can you go to enjoy French wines with a German accent?
Those who find the subject of wine fascinating are advised to grab a book I just finished. No, not my copy; buy one of your own. It truly is one of the best offerings on the subject I have encountered in 30-plus years.
If you are a typical American wine drinker, chances are very good your first choice in wines is not from Germany.