OK, we've gone from goblins to gobblin' ... as in gobblin' Thanksgiving turkey.
Ask someone about wines from the Southern Hemisphere and I'll bet the topic will be juice from Australia, New Zealand or even South Africa.
Warren Johnson is back, and so is his great little book, "Georgia's Wineries and Vineyards: A Wine Lover's Guide."
Greg Crumley used to construct houses. Now he constructs wines, very good wines.
Yep, we're in the dog days of summer. Soon, however, we'll be in the Dawg Days of fall and all will be well with the world.
I like weird white wines such as picpoul, gewurztraminer, viognier, petit manseng and albarino.
Summer is a mere 20 days away. Time to start thinking about hot-weather quaffing.
With apologies to every poet who ever lived:
OK, so I've finally convinced you not to cower and snivel when somebody asks, "Hey, you got any wine here?" "Here," of course, being your own abode.
"Oh, my, this is a nice Riesling," declared one of our dinner guests. "Where did you get it? Is it expensive?"
Ever hear of "wine diamonds?"
What better way to start off 2016 than by answering questions from readers?
Time is still on the clock - which has been ticking in retail stores since about Aug. 1 - to do some poking around for a nice bottle of wine or related goodies to give as a nice Christmas gift.
OK, OK, already. I know it's November. That means Thanksgiving, and that means wine recommendations.
Most of us know Prohibition in this country was a dismal failure. Amending the U.S. Constitution to stamp out the production and consumption of alcoholic beverages not only failed in that murky mission, but actually did the opposite.
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The world of wine is crammed with stories. Stories of great creativity, strong personalities and the collision of consumer tastes and marketing - all those aspects ...
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